The Inbal provides an unusual combination: the deluxe facilities of a five-star accommodation with the warmth and friendly ambiance of a boutique hotel. The Inbal is renowned for its unbeatable hospitality, and the hotel is proud of the number of guests who return to stay at the Inbal year after year, whether for business or pleasure.
For four consecutive years, the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel has been ranked in the top echelon of all hotels around the globe. The Inbal received the highest possible rating from Israel’s Ministry of Tourism: Five-Star Plus. The new rating reflects the standards of the deluxe hotel which stands out in Jerusalem both for its authentic architecture and personalized service. For the fifth year in a row, the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence, an award earned only by receiving consistently great reviews on the world’s largest travel review site. If you are looking for the best hotel in Jerusalem, the Inbal was selected by TripAdvisor as the Traveler’s Choice in the categories of Luxury Hotels, Best Service, and Top Hotels, and ranked in the top echelon of hotels around the globe.
Originally known as the LaRomme Hotel in 1982, the Inbal has been world-renowned for exemplary service and facilities for nearly 40 years. Located in Liberty Bell Park on the famed Jabotinsky Street, the hotel is walking distance to the timeless Old City and the more modern First Station.
Rony Timsit, general manager of the Inbal Hotel, reports on the recently completed multi-year renovation project including 50 brand-new premium rooms and suites, and a complete overhaul of the hotel’s main entrances and lobby, courtyard, restaurant, pool, and fitness center, “This project has completely transformed the Inbal into the premier Jerusalem hotel that pairs top-notch hospitality with the most modern and luxurious accommodation that today’s travelers have come to expect, while offering a uniquely Jerusalem experience. The Inbal now truly reflects the city of Jerusalem’s standing as a world-class destination known for its rich history and modern innovations.”
Architect Michael Schwartz and designer Michael Azoulay have updated the hotel with sophistication that complements the hotel’s iconic architectural elements. Olive, gold, and stone tones work with an artisan wood ceiling, custom furniture, and warmly-hued carpeting. In the guestrooms, floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead onto panoramic patios overlooking the majestic Old City. Smart TVs, Ahava amenities, plush robes, and slippers bring extra comfort for guests. Behind the scenes, a new state-of-the-art computerized elevator system and efficient HVAC system providing individual climate control for every guestroom ensure a comfortable stay. New dining halls, ground-level ballrooms, and expansive outdoor event spaces provide an ideal setting for family affairs. 02 offers a Jerusalem-inspired menu in a unique setting. A semi-Olympic-size pool, steam room, sauna, and Dead Sea treatment center are available for stress relief and fitness.