Shani Hotel

Shani Hotel

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Luxury Boutique Hotel

With its spacious rooms, contemporary decor, mahogany furniture, wooden floors, and  the wonderful paintings of Silvia Bar-Am, one of Jerusalem's finest contemporary artists, Shani Hotel offers one of the most inviting hotel atmospheres in the city. Designed under the direction exceptional architects and interior decorators, Shani Boutique Hotel provides to its clients the most spacious suites in Jerusalem, rivaling the best hotels, including deluxe double rooms, studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites.All the rooms and suites are comfortably designed, spacious, and warm. Comforters and pillows, goose down and luxurious bed linen –  are all 100% cotton.

At the Heart of Downtown Jerusalem

Located at the corner of the central Hillel and Shamai Streets, Shani Hotel is directly in the heart of Jerusalem's golden triangle, just a minute's walk to the Ben Yehuda pedestrian street and the trendy Nahalat Siva neighborhood. The area is rife with shops, restaurants, cafes and many local attractions close to the prestigious Mamilla shopping Center. Shani Hotel is also easily accessible by public transportation, making it the perfect gateway for an exciting Jerusalem vacation.

It's All About Taste

Every day between 5-7pm, with the exception of Fridays, hotel's guests can enjoy a free and complimentary Happy Hour bouffe with different types of refreshments. Winter comfort food, such as soups and stews, is served during the colder days of the year while a great variety of seasonal fruits is offered in the summer. Hot and cold beverages, sandwiches and sweets are served all year round. Coming soon: A Parisian-style brasserie with a bevy of menu options and an impressive selection of wine and cocktails.

Events & Conferences

If you're looking for a venue to host an intimate celebration such as a Bar/Bat Mitzva, wedding anniversary or Brit-Mila, Shani hotel offers a beautiful and elegant event venue designed specifically for this type of events. The hotel also provides the option of accommodation for the hosts. Although booking a room is not required, it is a very good idea to have a comfortable bed waiting for you at the end of your event. For those who are holding a conference, the hotel will be glad to provide you with a high-quality projector, all the assistance you might need, and of course, tasty refreshments to keep your guest focused and happy.

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  • Maggie Samen
    Maggie Samen
    July 28, 2023

    I brought my birthright trip here. Not only were we robbed by the staff, there were thousands if room issues. There were leaks in the ceiling that was solved with a bucket, they removed drains from bathtubs rather than fi...

  • Daniel Aizenstatd
    Daniel Aizenstatd
    June 27, 2023

    Very well located in the city center. Perfect for sleeping only. It looks renovated, but rooms have a lot of cosmetic damage. Rooms were quiet and fully furnished.

  • John Kling
    John Kling
    January 26, 2023

    I enjoyed my stay here on a recent trip to Jerusalem. The hotel was exactly what I expected. The location is very central - steps from Ben Yehuda. For light sleepers, there was a bit of street noise (I was on the 3rd f...

  • Bálint Németh
    Bálint Németh
    March 4, 2023

    The staff was very kind, and the check-in went smoothly. The rooms are good and clean, but the walls are a bit thin, so in the morning it was a bit noisy. I liked the breakfast, but there was no meat at all (but there wer...

  • Jeremy Bossio
    Jeremy Bossio
    April 5, 2023

    We arrived late in the evening after 23:00 on Sunday April 2, 2023. The gentleman at the counter did not speak English at all. I used Google translator to tell him this, but he kept speaking Hebrew without using a transla...