in the same neighborhood as David's Crown Hotel, The King David Hotel and the YMCA on a quiet street with high quality decor and design. Beautiful jerusalem apartment
What's in it?
This is a beautifully decorated holiday apartment in jerusalem. It has all new furnishings and the style is unbelievable. You can sit in the salon and dining room open floor plan and enjoy a nice relaxing evening. This vacation rental in jerusalrm has all leather sofas, lcd tv and the best means you can treat yourself like a king in this quiet spot in the heart of one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Jerusalem. A very comfortable master bedroom and a kid's room gives you all the space and privacy you need in this nice two bedroom hard to find exquisite place on Lincoln Street. Ideal for short term rental in jerusalem
What is the area like?
Lincoln Street is near the OU on Keren Heyesod Street and down the street from The David Panorama Hotel. It is within walking distance to King Solomon Hotel and the famous King David Hotel. There is off street parking, tree lined streets and a convenience store located on the first floor for quick snacks and groceries. You can walk to the old city in 15 minutes and the city center is only 15 minutes in the other direction. The Great Synagoge of Jeruselem is one of many shuls in the area. there are two large oarks nearby, The Liberty Bell park and the King David Park. Join the many Israelis who enjoy this park every day for relaxing in the shade of the trees or make a BBQ, called "alla aish" in hebrew.
What shall I have for lunch?
The King David Hotel has some amazing choices for upper quality restaurants. LaRegence~Grill Room; Expect one of Jerusalem's finest dining experiences in this handsomely appointed grill room. Richly decorated interiors, beautiful views, a garden terrace. The creative menu highlighted by superb local ingredients and subtle Middle East spices and herbs.
Where can I empty my wallet?
On King David Street you can find many high end quality stores. Your choices for judaica, jewelery and art are limitless on these streets leading to the old city and to the newest mall. The Mamilla Mall has all the high end stores such as Rolex alongside the local Israeli favorites such as, TNT, Castro and the Mashbir. You can also find local artisans ans shops all along Ben Yehuda street where all tourists meet for the best deals in Israel. You can shop, people watch or just relax at one of the many cafes side by side with Israelis and all the internatnal visitirs from every corner of the globe.
Arts and Entertainment?
The Wall Tunnel tour is amazing. What is now far underground was once open to the sky. You will see "Wilson's Arch" - part of the support for a bridge connecting the Temple Mount to the Upper City, along with large halls from different periods, including one that was perhaps the Jerusalem council meeting room or city archive from the Hasmonean period. Water channels, and the largest block of stone used in constructing the wall are also visible. Models and an audio-visual display enable visitors to understand the various sites.
Let's Get Practical
You are near everything but far enough away this is a haven in the city. On one side you have tree lined side streets and on the other you have a monastery. You can walk to the street and find buses to the city center or to the central bus station to get you to all parts of Israel or to the train station to go north to Rosh Hanikrya or south to Ashkelon. Cabs are cheap and easy to find on all streets at all hours. The city closes on Friday afternoons until Saturday nights when you can find everyone hanging out on the pedestrian malls people watching and catching up and making plans for the next week.