Weddings, Conferences, Exhibitions and Large Gatherings
The prestigious and redesigned Grand Ballroom welcomes guests with its luxurious and warm ambience.
The room’s classic contemporary design is apparent in the richly textured carpets, pillars of rough-hewn
golden Jerusalem limestone, and an ornately decorated Moroccan-style ceiling. Featuring a modular design,
the Ballroom can be easily divided to accommodate small, more intimate celebrations. The prestigious Grand
Ballroom in the David Citadel Hotel can be split into 3 separate sections for smaller events and meetings.
Meetings, Conferences, Seminars, Lnches & Dinner parties
Named after four Old City gates (Lion, Jaffa, Zion, Flower), the David Citadel Hotel’s four banquet rooms
are designed so that each can function independently for small gatherings or be instantly expanded for larger occasions.
Ideal for hosting meetings, the rooms come with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and adjustable lighting. The rooms
classic contemporary décor together with rich earth-tone colors, lush carpeting and wood paneling create an elegant and
luxurious ambience perfect for every occasion.
Executive Meetings & Confidential Dinners
The renewed David Citadel boardroom is designed with sober, elegant decor using modern colors and tones, to create a
creative and intimate yet professional atmosphere. Featuring oversized leather executive chairs, a boardroom table, adjustable
lighting and audio-visual equipment, the Citadel boardroom is perfect for hosting meetings, confidential dinners and more.
Wedding Ceremonies, Receptions, Lunches & Dinner Parties
The most exclusive and exciting setting, the Terrace offers spectacular views of the Old City walls and the Tower of David.
Regardless of the occasion, the Terrace provides an enchanting experience that will be cherished forever.
Wedding Ceremonies, Receptions, Seminar Breaks & Exhibits
A perfect location to begin any event, the redesigned Foyer is centered between the Grand Ballroom and Banqueting Rooms,
with a grand marble staircase at its entrance. Exquisite arches comprised of marble and Jerusalem limestones surround the Foyer,
creating a spacious and inviting pre-function setting.