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8 King David Street 94101 Jerusalem Israel
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Description David Citadel
The David Citadel is a 5-star hotel located on Jerusalem’s King David Street. Facing the Tower of David, it has immediate access to the historic Old City as well as easy access to key attractions in the heart of West Jerusalem.
The Citadel’s accommodations consist of 384 guestrooms and suites, including two Presidential Suites and a Royal Suite. Many rooms have balconies or terraces facing the Old City. Amenities are standard for a hotel of this rating and include bathrooms with separate tub and shower, bathrobes and slippers, cable TV with international channels, business connections (fax/modem and PC), WiFi, voice mail and multi-line phones, in-room safe, and minibar.
Guest services and facilities include a multilingual concierge desk, 24-hour room service and housekeeping, one-day laundry service, events space, business center, spa and fitness center, outdoor swimming pool and toddler pool, in-house synagogue, and non-smoking rooms. The Scala Restaurant and Bar provides an on-premises option for dining and refreshments. The Executive Lounge is also available for use by guests staying in suites.
Masada is famous for its ancient fortress located atop a desert plateau overlooking the Dead Sea. Masada’s most enduring historical significance is derived from a heroic stand by a handful of Jewish rebels against the Roman Empire during the Jewish Revolt of 66-73 CE. In addition to its status as an Israeli national park, it is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The archaeology of Masada includes the strategically located fortress built by Herod the Great in the 1st century BCE, including a grand Roman villa and cisterns to collect and retain a secure water supply—all overlaid by the modifications of a rebel community. There are also the remnants of Roman siege technology from the 1st century CE.
Park facilities include a museum containing the artifacts unearthed during excavation of the site, a restaurant, gift shop, guesthouse, campsites, and a cable car for those who prefer not to hike to the top of the plateau. Hand-held audio guides are available for use by visitors, and park personnel offer a variety of special programs—including a regularly scheduled sound and light show. Masada is open year-round, including an abbreviated schedule on Yom Kippur.