Halal Hotels Jerusalem
Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.
Many international hotels in Jerusalem do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.
Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.
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1. National Hotel – Jerusalem 3* – Halal Hotels Jerusalem
National Hotel is located in one of Jerusalem’s busiest shopping districts, a 5-minute drive from Herod’s Gate, an entrance into Jerusalem’s Old City. Parking and Wi-Fi are both free.
Rooms are air conditioned and spacious, and feature a modern décor. Each has a refrigerator, an LCD TV and en suite bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer.
The Al Watani Restaurant at National Hotel – Jerusalem serves Mediterranean cuisine. You will also find a range of shops selling clothes, beauty products and souvenirs.
In a bustling shopping district, this unpretentious hotel is within 2 km of several major sites of the Old City, including the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Temple Mount.
Bright, unfussy rooms with low-key decor provide flat-screen TVs, plus minibars, sitting areas and free Wi-Fi. Room service is available.
Parking is included. Amenities include a casual, contemporary restaurant and a fitness center.
See why so many travelers make National Hotel Jerusalem their hotel of choice when visiting Jerusalem. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quiet setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Skull Hill (Golgotha) (0.2 mi) and Garden of Gethsemane (1.2 mi), guests of National Hotel Jerusalem can easily experience some of Jerusalem’s most well known attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at National Hotel Jerusalem offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
Hotel is in Arab part of Jerusalem,clean,easily accessible to Old City.Sufficient restaurants and takeaways in vicinity.
For muslims,getting to Al Aqsa was a 15 min walk,easily reachable for the fit even if the azaan is called out.The wailing wall and Church of Holy Sepulchre within easy accessibility.The guests staying at the hotel is multinational and multi denominational.
We had rooms on the 3rd floor,comfortable,clean,well serviced.
Definitely enjoyed good sleep.
Breakfast was served on the 4th floor,very pleasant,overlooking the city.Very good buffet with American breakfast and Arab food,Omelette bar as well.
Nirvana would greet each guest by name and there would be a chat about the days activities,really refreshing and made you feel like being at “home away from home”.
We used the hotel as a base-visiting Bethlehem and Hebron,Jaffa,Jericho,Jerusalem and surrounds unfortunately not having the opportunity to try the restaurant for dinner.No alcohol is served in this establishment and is totally halal friendly.
How much does a room costs at National Hotel – Jerusalem?
This twin/double room features air conditioning, cable TV and tile/marble floor.
Where to book online -National Hotel – Jerusalem – Halal Hotels Jerusalem – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Jerusalem during Eid al-Adha, which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Jerusalem on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Hashimi Hotel 3* – Muslim Friendly Hotels Jerusalem
The HaShimi Hotel is located in the heart of the Old City of Jerusalem. It boasts a beautiful roof top terrace with magnificent views over the city, and an elegantly landscaped garden.
The very modern and artistic interiors feature marble floors, stairs and railings. The entire hotel’s colour scheme is beautifully done in whites, beiges and maroons, with rich gold detailing.
The building is over 425 years old, and is a perfect place to relax and unwind after a long day sightseeing in the city. All historical and religious sites are walking distance from the hotel.
A 4-minute walk from Church of the Holy Sepulchre, this unpretentious hotel in the Old City is an 11-minute walk from Damascus Gate tram stop and Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Unfussy rooms for up to 5 guests feature free Wi-Fi, TVs and mini fridges, as well as shared or en suite bathrooms.
Hot drinks are complimentary. There’s a rooftop terrace with panoramic city views. Married couples are welcome.
Al Hashimi Hotel and Hostel is located at Old City, Jerusalem, Israel. It offers air-conditioned accommodation rooms, all of which have a cable television, private toilet and bath, telephone, and an Internet connection. Some of its amenities include restaurant and cafe, tours and city trips, room service, and safe deposit boxes.
While staying here, you can visit some interesting places like Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Dome of the Rock, and Via Dolorosa.
In the middle of the old town of Jerusalem this is a nice and quiet oasis. The rooftop terrace with wiev to the temple mount is so nice and relaxing. The muslim staff is friendly and serviceminded. The whole place has a lot of atmosphere. Rooms are big, updated and clean.
You have to carry your bags, because no car can drive you to the hotell. The nearest gate is Damascus Gate, 7-8 minutes to walk. But when you are installed, everything is within walking distance.
Absolutely amazing hotel with brilliant staff who serve you with a smile, always want to talk about Jerusalem and try their utmost to cater to your every need. The breakfast is amazing and the chef is the most humble and friendliest person you’ll meet.
The hotel is situated in the Old City and if you know your history then you’ll know the buildings are all over 500 years old and right in the hustle and bustle. It is about 2/3 star and they are trying their best to work with what they have. If you want modern contemporary then this is not the place for you. However, Hashimi is perfectly situated to most well known sites. If you’re Muslim, it is 5 mins walk to Al Aqsa. If you’re Christian, it is literally round the corner from Via Dolorosa and close to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. If you’re Jewish, it’s about 5 mins from The Western Wall. Hotel is in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem and owners are Muslim.
The rooms are of good size, fully air conditioned with en suite. No ironing facilities but tea/coffee is available 24/7 in the hotel lobby.
The best way to feel the spirit of Jerusalem Old City is to spend a night there.
Hashimi Hotel is located in the Muslim Quarter so you are close to all tourist attractions. Nice staff, good breakfast and the best thing- roof terrace with the panoramic view of the Old City.
This is a budget hotel, in a delightful old building, with a mostly Muslim clientele, and is perfectly charming in every way.
The location inside the Damascus Gate is best appreciated from the rooftop which is a wonderful vantage in the Old City. Rooms are very adequate, but not luxury. The staff were extremely warm and accommodating to our party of North and South American Christians and Jews.
How much does a room costs at Hashimi Hotel?
This twin room features a cable TV and air conditioning
Where to book online -Hashimi Hotel – Muslim Friendly Hotels Jerusalem – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Jerusalem during Eid al-Adha, which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Jerusalem on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem 5* – Halal Hotels Jerusalem
Set in a grand 1920s building, this high-end hotel is 1 km from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, 2 km from the Western Wall and 55 km from Ben Gurion Airport.
Ornate rooms feature free Wi-Fi, minibars, safes and flat-screen TVs, along with espresso machines. Upgraded quarters add balconies or terraces. Suites include living areas, saunas and/or whirlpool tubs. Room service is available 24/7.
Amenities include complimentary breakfast, an atrium restaurant, an old-world bar and a cozy kosher-Italian fusion eatery, as well as a garden terrace, a beauty salon and a fitness center. Valet parking is available for a surcharge.
We had the King Executive room, which had a small balcony overlooking the Agron street and the Muslim cemetery/Mamila pool. The bed was quite comfortable, air conditioning worked like a charm (it was hot outside), and the bathroom was the best we had in Israel.
The open attrium downstairs is great for meeting people and having drinks. The breakfast was included in the rate and is huge.
There is literally anything you could want, and you can order special egg dishes or french toast. Service is quite attentive, and we never ran out of their delicious coffee – also try the fresh squeezed orange juice.
The location is great for seeing the Old City (about 15 minutes to Jaffa gate) and the Mamilla mall (about 5 minutes away). Many, many good restaurants.
How much does a room costs at Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem?
This suite has air conditioning, seating area and iPod dock.
Where to book online – Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem – Halal Hotels Jerusalem – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Jerusalem during Eid al-Adha, which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Jerusalem on Booking.com or Trip.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.