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Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem Raises the Bar

Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem

Adding to the choice of first-class accommodations for tourists and dignitaries, the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem’s Garden Terrace presents a new approach to relaxation in the historic Israeli capital.

Jerusalem is most famous for its fascinating historical and religious sites, but in recent decades it has also become a modern center of culture and recreation, including upscale accommodations for tourists seeking first-class accommodation and entertainment.

Since its grand opening two years ago, the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem hotel, steps away from the walls of the Old City, has earned a reputation as one of the world’s best luxury hotels, including being named as the top hotel in the Middle East by readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine. This week, the hotel opened its latest culinary offering – The Garden Terrace.

The Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem's Garden Terrace

The Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem’s rooftop Garden Terrace. (Courtesy)

Located on the rooftop of a restored 1920s building, the Garden Terrace features a fully-stocked bar with a newly designed cocktail menu and an internationally gathered cigar collection. The menu was designed by the hotel’s award-winning executive chef, Itzik Barak, presenting a wide variety of Mediterranean-inspired tapas dishes.

“The Garden Terrace introduces a new level of culture to the city that puts delicious food and drink at the forefront all presented in a setting that is uniquely Jerusalem,” says Guy Kleiman, general manager of the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem.

By: United with Israel Staff

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