One of Jerusalem’s favorite hotels, the Dan Panorama, boasts an exceptional location that enables you to explore Jerusalem’s multifaceted attractions simply by stepping outside. The Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem features guest rooms fitted with every thoughtful amenity, a rooftop pool, and elegant public areas.
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The Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem with its dignified architecture and honey-colored Jerusalem stone exterior resonates with the spirit of this legendary city. One of Jerusalem’s favorite hotels, the Dan Panorama Hotel, boasts an exceptional location that enables you to explore Jerusalem’s multifaceted attractions simply by stepping outside.
Across the road from the Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem is the splendid Bloomfield Garden that is one of the largest parks in Jerusalem and from which you overlook the city. At the end of the park is the famous Yemin Moshe neighborhood. The neighborhood was established in 1891 by Moses Montefiore and was the first Jewish district build outside the walls of Jerusalem. Towering high above the red roofed houses is the Montefiore Windmill which provided cheap flour to the residents and today is a museum that showcases Montefiore’s vision.
Around the corner is the fabled King David Hotel, a destination in itself with magnificent public areas where politicians and headline-makers mingle. A scenic stroll along historic landmarks takes you down to the endlessly fascinating Old City that invites you to explore a medley of cultures, famous holy sites of the three monotheistic faiths and the more earthly attractions of vibrant multicolored open markets. The Old City is divided into four quarters- the Armenian, Christian, Jewish and Muslim. Since the history of Jerusalem is over 3000 years old, in the different quarters you will find captivating architectural remnants of past conquerors such as the Crusaders, Romans and Ottomans. In the Jewish Quarter, you can visit the Western Wall, considered one of the holiest places in the Jewish religion. The Muslim Quarter houses the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock that are sacred to the Muslim faith. In the Christian and Armenian Quarters are important landmarks and churches such as the Church of the Holy Sepulchre that are holy to Christians of all denominations.
Modern Jerusalem is also on the doorstep with stores, business centers, theaters and museums all within easy access. Offering a special combination of attentive caring hospitality with warm Israeli undertones, the Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem features guest rooms fitted with every thoughtful amenity, a rooftop pool and elegant public areas. Whether it’s for family holidays, a romantic break or a business meeting, the Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem welcomes visitors with the warmth and attention to detail that spells true hospitality – offering much more than one of Jerusalem’s best addresses.
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