The Inbal Hotel in Jerusalem has a new wing and fully renovated public areas. The new wing includes 51 new suites with wet and dry area bathrooms, as well as private access elevators. Involved in the renovation project was architect Michal Shwartz, who gave the hotel a modern design while preserving its unique Jerusalem style.
Rooms at the property overlook the Liberty Bell Park and the Old City of Jerusalem. Room types include family options and suites, and there are also rooms with balconies.
The newly updated standard rooms and the deluxe rooms have large windows that overlook different neighborhoods in Jerusalem or the hotel’s courtyard. Measuring up to 258 square feet, these rooms have Wi-Fi connectivity, satellite LCD TV and electronic safe.
The Presidential Suite has a living/dining room with views, a study, and a bedroom with a walk-in closet. The suite includes the pergola on its newly retiled balcony that overlooks the Old City, and the marble bath that sports a sauna, deluxe bathtub and Jacuzzi. The suite’s furnishings are contemporary in style and include a vanity table. The Presidential Suite measures 1,184 square feet.
Other bigger rooms include the Executive Suite, which has a bedroom and full bathroom for parents, separated by a sliding door from a children’s bedroom and bathroom; and the Royal Suite, which has a living area and spacious bathroom, and two balconies with views of the Old City.
For dining, the property has Shabbat at the Inbal, Sofia Restaurant, a coffee bar and Splash Pool Bar.
Other amenities include a heated swimming pool, spa and fitness center.
For events, the Inbal’s facilities include the Zion ballroom, a modular banquet hall that is dividable into four separate sections, and one of the biggest conference facilities in Jerusalem. Two foyers are located on the Zion Ballroom’s north and west sides.
Rony Timsit is the GM of Inbal Hotel.
Photo credit: Inbal Hotel