Prima Hotels in Jerusalem
|The PRIMA HOTELS chain has hotels
all over Israel as well as three excellent hotels in Jerusalem. The
hotels are owned by the Moscovitz family, who have invested large sums
of money in upgrading and renovating their entire hotel chain across the
country, including in Jerusalem.
Prima Hotels include over 1,000 rooms in 8 hotels located in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Eilat, Dead Sea and Tiberias.
Whether you are traveling for business, vacation, religious, historic, cultural tourism, or a special family event, Prima has a hotel uniquely suited for the occasion and a memorable experience.
| The Prima Royale bears
no resemblance to its predecessor - the Windmill Hotel. Only the
location remains the same! Every other part of the hotel was totally
renovated a couple of years ago to the highest standards , offering a
very special hotel in the central Jerusalem neighborhood of Talbieh.
The hotel was created to reflect the unique spirit of Jerusalem with its magnificent atmosphere, art, literature, and religious heritage. Prima Royale provides a "private hideaway" for business, leisure and arts travelers who want to relax in a club-like atmosphere.
|The recently renovated Prima
Kings is located a stone's throw from the Great synagogue, and the center
of Jerusalem - King George and Jaffa Street. Walk straight down Agron
road ( opposite the hotel ) , and you reach the Old City, Jaffa Gate,
and the highly recommended new shopping center of Mamilla. Walk the
other way, and you are within walking distance of the Liberty Bell
Gardens, Emek Refaim, and the new old train station restaurant and
The hotel's dining room and cafetaria are both Glatt Kosher. The hotel also has its own synagogue.
|The Prima Palace is also
centrally located, just off Jaffa Street, a stones throw away from the colorful
outdoor food market - the "shuk". This hotel tends to cater
for a more religiously observant guest, as its location is very close to
several of Jerusalem's most religious neighborhoods. The Old City and
"kottel" are also within walking distance (as indeed are all
three Prima hotels in Jerusalem ).
The hotel is GLATT LEMEHADRIN KOSHER, under the supervision of the Jerusalem Rabbinate. The hotel has two Sabbath elevators and offers Glatt kosher meals and also has a synagogue with a sefah torah.
Situated in the heart of the Prima Palace Hotel are men's and women's Mikvot, used for purification of the body and soul. Entrance is free for hotel guests and is open daily.
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