News from the Dan Hotels Israel
In the recent World Travel Awards, the King David, Jerusalem was once again voted the country’s leading hotel. This luxury property, situated in the heart of Jerusalem, regularly hosts, kings, queens, presidents and VIPs from all over the world.
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In addition, the superb luxury Jerusalem Suite was nominated as Israel's Leading Hotel Suite 2017. Located on the 6th floor, this magnificent corner suite offers panoramic views of Old and New Jerusalem. The bedroom has “his” and “hers” bathrooms, a separate meeting and dining room for up to 10 people, jacuzzi, bath and guest powder room.
Each year, World Travel Awards™ covers the globe with its Grand Tour – a series of regional gala ceremonies to recognize excellence within each continent. Its annual programme is renowned as the most prestigious and comprehensive in the global industry.
Haim Shkedi, GM of the legendary King David commented today: “It is very rewarding for us to know that our hotel has once again received this accolade. Our staff is continuously striving to provide our visitors, many of whom are returning guests, with a wonderful experience, and we are very proud of our achievements.”
The King David Hotel, Jerusalem is the flagship of the Dan Hotels, Israel and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.
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