About the Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem:
The central setting of Leonardo Plaza Jerusalem is just one element of this luxurious 5-star hotel’s promise of urban adventures in the Holy City. The Great Synagogue is literally at your doorstep, and the Old City with the Western Wall is just 15 minutes on foot from the hotel.
Start your day with healthy bites from the Israeli-style breakfast buffet served in a stylish dining room. For dinner, there are a la carte delights inspired by Italian cuisine in the Primavera chef restaurant. Every Friday evening and Saturday for lunch you will experience authentic Israeli dining traditions, with kosher food in observance of the Shabbat.
Leave your holiday reading at home – there’s a library right at the hotel, with many captivating titles from the fields of arts, travel, belletristic, and even cookery.
The spa complex is modern and minimalist but doles out a wealth of bespoke treatments and massages that will leave you feeling calm and refreshed. The separate sauna and whirlpool hot tub are state-of-the-art, and you’ll also find nooks to relax after a soak or a massage. There’s also a fully equipped gym for guests who cannot resist working out while vacationing at Leonardo Plaza Jerusalem.
The outdoor pool is surrounded by white cushioned sun loungers where guests can relax with a drink from the poolside bar taking in the magnetic views of the city.
The youngest guests will celebrate unforgettable moments in their kids’ club, where the little ones have board games and all kinds of toys, and teenagers can play video games on gaming consoles.
Leonardo Plaza Jerusalem is ideal for business travelers too. The hotel has four meeting and conference spaces for every type of event. There’s free Wi-Fi throughout, as well as air-conditioning. Guests will further appreciate the luxurious décor of the 269 rooms and suites and all their premium amenities.
Leonardo Plaza Jerusalem is suitable for both business and leisure stays. There’s so much to do and see when you stay with us. The Israel Museum is one of the top attractions of the city, attracting over a million visitors annually. The Mount of Olives has countless landmarks worth seeing most of them of religious nature. Yad Vashem, the Mount of Remembrance, which honors the victims of the Holocaust, is another must-see. The list is long and full of meaningful sites. It’s worth it to plan a long vacation in Jerusalem.