An Authentic Boutique Experience at Tzefania Hotel
The Tzefania Hotel is one of the first hotels that was built in Jerusalem, back in 1930. The hotel was established by the Giladi family and handled as a family business until now.
Tzefania Hotel is located in a building that stands out in the neighborhood. Here you’ll find an enormous art collection, including hundreds of items, displayed all around the hotel – a testament to the hotel’s impressive history and its role in Jerusalem’s life.
Every room of the hotel is decorated uniquely. The hotel’s 18 rooms have been renovated and furnished with one-of-a-kind items from the 19th century, covered with parquet flooring and decorated with a chandelier. The rooms are equipped with double beds with the option of separating them into two twin beds, toilet and shower, sitting area, coffee/tea kit, electric kettle, microwave, TV with satellite channels, hairdryer, iron, slippers, toothbrush, shampoo, and soap. Some rooms also have an adjoined balcony or a yard.
As you’ll enter the hotel, you’ll sense immediately the unique atmosphere of the original Jerusalem and see how it blends with the new, modern city: merging the authentic and historic capital city with a warm, unique design that makes everyone feel at home.
Tzefania Hotel is great for hosting groups of tourists and families for private events in an outstanding environment. You can reserve a room for gathering and a separate unit with 3 rooms for special and intimate events.
The Kerem Avraham neighborhood where the hotel is located at a historic place that has a great cultural value. Bukharan, Beit Yisrael, and nearby neighborhoods are all the heart of the city, within short walking distance.
Additionally, the vivid Mahane Yehuda Market is less than one kilometer from the hotel, and the old city with its picturesque alleys is no more than 1.5 kilometers.
Tours can be arranged for individuals or groups by prior arrangement.
The hotel offers numerous services, including concierge, free Wi-Fi, an alcohol cabinet, a tea infusion cabinet, a public yard, and a smoking area.