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Prima Park Hotel is located in the city of Jerusalem, a place of startling history and culture that contains many unique sites for day visitors to enjoy. Beyond the heritage of the city, there are plenty of fine restaurants to sate your appetite, and theatrical venues upon which to feast your eyes.
Dining Delight – There are several great dining options to the east, including Israeli food from Ima Restaurant and Jachnun Bar, whilst the BeerBazaar Jerusalem microbrewery will slake the thirst of any visiting alcohol aficionado. Other highly rated restaurants include Tahini’s Hummus, and Fortuna bar and grill, with more to explore.
Ancient Heritage – There’s a wealth of history in the city, from the Jaffa Gate and the Tower of David that stands beside it, to the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic holy sites of the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Museums – Few cities in the world have a past to rival Jerusalem’s, and the Gush Katif Museum is the place to visit if you want to learn more about relatively recent events. The Israel Museum, by contrast, is an art and archaeological museum the focus of which spans from prehistory to modern times, with its collection including the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Bloomfield Science Museum is a child-friendly museum featuring hands-on exhibits.
Theaters & Cinema – Within a short distance of the hotel is the Beit Mazia Le-Teatron performing arts theater which hosts a variety of performances, with the Incubator Theater close by. If you prefer to grab a bucket of popcorn and watch the silver screen, Cinema City is a large cinema complex conveniently close to the hotel.
We should mention
Free Wi-Fi throughout.
Wine Lounge Bar.
Hotel guests have complimentary access to Hebrew University’s indoor swimming pool, dry sauna and fitness center (7 minutes’ walk from hotel).