The balconies and windows of the King David, Jerusalem look out onto some of the deepest roots in Western religious history. With the Old City and the Mount of Olives not even a mile off, guests of the King David couldn't get much closer to the Almighty while still bound to earth.
At the King David, every room is bathed in warm, golden light and tastefully appointed with gossamer linens, fresh flowers, and first-rate technological amenities. The staff are friendly and intuitive, and the hotel concierge is extraordinarily well-versed in the city's history and geography.
Several major attractions dot the area immediately surrounding the King David, such that once you've had your fill of its decadent spa and made good use of its fitness center, all you need to do is step outside to be swept up by its culture. The New Holocaust Museum, Temple Mount, Tunnels of Time, and Tower of David - some of the world's most celebrated portals back to ancient times - are a mere stroll away.