Mamilla Hotel – www.mamillahotel.com – One of the best Luxury hotels in Jerusalem. very modern. great roof top deck for drinks.
American Colony Hotel – www.americancolony.com american owned hotel with great service and attention to detail. one of the few places with great outdoor pool.
The David Citadel Hotel – www.thedavidcitadel.com one of the older classic hotels, nice roof top pool plus a spa and a gym. Perfect location.
Leonardo Boutique Hotel * – www.leonardo-hotels.com – a little more reasonable than the hotels listed above. nice rooms. no room service though. coffee and food one floor below reception.
Dan Boutique Hotel* – www.danhotels.com Reasonably priced hotel that faces the old city wall.
*Join their frequent guest program for 5% discount off of your room but you must book your room directly with hotel. Better chance for an upgrade too.
Tour Guide: Ori Unterman – firstname.lastname@example.org or +972 52 338 4669 She is a great local guide that can take you to see old and new Jerusalem. The Machane Yehuda Market.
Jerusalem Tour – Tower of David Museum. Visit historical marvels and spiritual landmarks as King David’s Tomb and the Room of the Last Supper, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Via Delarosa, the Arab Market and the recently restored Roman Cardo. Wander through the charming Armenian & Jewish quarters. See the sacred Western Wall and then the Christian Quarter. End your day at the tasty and lively culinary gem The Machane Yehuda Market.
National Holocaust Musem (YadVashem.org) – you can visit this museum on your own. Hire a guide when you get there or use audio head set. This is easily a 3 hour plus tour. You can do it quicker but you will likely miss parts of it. It’s big and beautiful and tragic and moving all at the same time.
Welcomepickups.com – rides from the TLV airport. Trip usually costs approx $110. You can jump in a cab for cheaper.
Due to Shabbat Friday nights are really slow in Jerusalem and most of Israel.
Saturday Tours always have an extra fee if they run at all.