From the moment you walk across our Jerusalem-stone courtyard with cascading flowers, you will experience the customs enjoyed for centuries by the Haredi and Orthodox communities. As our forefathers passed down from generation-to-generation many traditions, we at Prima Palace now share them with you.
As you enter the lobby of Prima Palace Hotel Jerusalem our staff will greet you with warmth and hospitality. Once inside, our majestically designed 76-room Jerusalem hotel will dazzle yoClose >u with its royal blues and yellows, set against classic designs, the ornate “negel vassers” (ritual hand washing urns) and gold accents. . Our hotel is also perfectly located a few minutes’ walk from the Old City, Geula and Mea Shearim neighborhoods, yet tucked away from the city clamor.
Prima Palace Hotel Jerusalem offers two charming dining halls; one catering to dairy meals, the other to meat. Our dining service holds the esteemed level of Kashrut: Glatt Le’Mehadrin and Badatz Agudat Israel to provide all of our guests with an exciting dining experience. In the spirit of tradition, our Jerusalem hotel offers an elegant banquet hall to host even large, diverse events. Come on in and enjoy a unique travel experience at our Jerusalem hotel.
Breakfast and Dinner are served buffet-style, in the Shoham and Barrakat Halls on the Hotel’s entrance level. Lunch is served on Shabbat and Holidays
Breakfast: 7:00-10:30 am
On Fridays and Shabbat and on Jewish Holidays, the hotel serves meals following Jewish orthodox customs:
On Friday / Holiday evening - Dinner is served in the evening between 6:30-8:30 p.m.
On Shabbat: Coffee and cake are served in the morning by the Synagogue, a meat meal is served for Lunch, and a parve meal is served for dinner one hour before the end of Shabat.
The Hotel’s elegant and intimate lobby provides a welcoming refuge away from the hustle and bustle of the City center. Directly outside, our beautifully appointed entrance courtyard is a virtual oasis for relaxation, furnished with tables, chairs and umbrellas. It’s an ideal place to enjoy tea and coffee throughout the City’s spring, summer and autumn evenings.
Hotel Prima Palace is a Glatt l’Mehadrin Badatz Agudat Israel kosher hotel. Additional amenities for religious observing guests include:
Hotel Prima Palace offers a variety of business services. Internet portal in the lobby and wireless internet connections are available (additional charge). Secretarial services are also available upon request from the Reception desk.
Parking is free for Hotel guests, upon availability .
Laundry, Dry cleaning & Ironing Service
Laundry and dry cleaning services are available at the Hotel (additional charge). Laundry and dry cleaning fill-out forms are available at the Reception desk.
The Hotel offers a self-service iron and ironing board for guests' use.
Situated in the heart of the Prima Palace Hotel is the men's Mikveh, used for purification of the body and soul. Entrance is free for hotel guests and is open daily
Join the convention of the Kallah, held at Hotel Prima Palace and take part in the readings, teachings and discussions.
Rooms include: Netilat Yadaim sinks, Courtesy Tea & Coffee making facilities in room, Mini refrigerator in room, Multichannel TV, Safe deposit box, free wireless internet in public areas (additional charge in rooms).
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