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Mamilla Hotel

Mamilla Hotel, Rehavia, Talbieh, King David Street, and Yemin Moshe

At a Glance

    Pros

  • contemporary design
  • central location
  • good service
  • notable dining (especially breakfast)

    Cons

  • some may not like the glass-walled bathrooms

Mamilla Hotel Review

With clever and soaring architectural flourishes by Moshe Safdie and a restrained yet luxurious interior design by Piero Lissoni, the Mamilla is a sleek and comfortable haven with bars and restaurants that appeal to locals and travelers alike. All rooms include wood floors, black metal headboards, and richly textured drapes, while the übercontemporary bathrooms boast deep rectangular soaking tubs and clear walls that can frost over for privacy. The dining establishments—the Winery, the Mirror Bar, Mamilla Rooftop, and the Mamilla Café—offers stylish surroundings, as well as appealing menus. Be sure to try a "wine flight" with the head sommelier. Take a dip in the underused underground pool, tiled in navy blue mosaics. Don't skip the in-house breakfast, as Mamilla takes the Israeli morning repast of eggs, cheeses, and salads to a whole new level.

    Hotel Details

  • 194 rooms, 33 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 07-19-2013

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