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Why we like it
- Luxury hotel located at the junction between Old and New Jerusalem
- Contemporary interiors created by architect and designer, Piero Lissoni
- Relax at the indoor swimming pool or Akasha Spa
- Rooftop sundeck with fantastic views over the Old City walls, the Tower of David and Jaffa Gate
- Recommended for small family groups
Kick start your morning with freshly baked pastries and gourmet coffees at the Espresso Bar.
Thank you so much for organising a very elaborate and a wonderful tour tailored for us to visit Jordan and Israel. The itinerary was perfect and things went really smooth from the pick up at the airport until the drop off at Tel Aviv airport. Everyone from Airport Supervisor Motasem Rababah, driver Sami in Jordan, all the guides and to the driver George in Jerusalem were all very patient and helpful.
- RS, London
Mamilla is built in Jerusalem Stone –a local limestone with a distinctive light hue –intended to respect the city's precious architectural beauty. Centrally located, with magnificent views of the Old City, the hotel is a convenient base. Alrov Mamilla Avenue, great for shopping and entertainment, is also nearby. The rooms are attractively furnished, featuring wooden floors and natural Jerusalem stone. Liquid-crystal bathroom walls are a great design feature and create combined or segmented spaces at the touch of a button.
The rooftop sundeck is a great place to admire views of the Old City walls, the Tower of David and Jaffa Gate. There are a variety of restaurants, cafés and bars featuring cuisine by some of Israel's leading chefs and each venue offers a unique experience, whether it be the brassiere on the rooftop or the Mirror bar with its chic décor and in house resident DJ. The Akasha Wellbeing Centre offers a variety of hydro treatments in a watsu pool and special hammam treatments. The indoor swimming pool is a welcome retreat from the bustling city, and the hotel also has a gym. Mamilla provides each guest with a personal host in its commitment to service.
Best time to be there
Israel can be visited throughout the year although the ideal time is in the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). The climate is cooler and temperatures are mild in these months making it the perfect time to explore the country.
Tel Aviv (British Airways, Easyjet)
4 hours 50 minutes direct
GMT +2 hours
No mandatory vaccinations
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