Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem is located in the heart of Jerusalem, steps away from the charming Old City and famous Jaffa Gate. Crowned Best Hotel in the Middle East by Conde Nast in 2015 & 2016, and Best Hotel Israel by Forbes in 2017, you needn’t look any further.

The Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem bridges regional history and international style at the former site of the legendary Palace hotel. The breath-taking lofty atrium promenade features a retractable glass ceiling which floods the hotel with natural light throughout the day. Arched windows compliment this open-air architectural style, creating the atmosphere of a Jerusalem city street.

Meeting Facilities

The Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem offers an elegant setting for a wide variety of occasions. Whether you are hosting a business meeting, social event or glamorous banquet, enjoy a unique, personalised experience in a landmark destination. Experience Waldorf Astoria’s legendary balance of timeless splendour with contemporary luxury in the Grand Ballroom, or enjoy one of our 8 diverse meeting & banquet spaces. Customize your unique event with the assistance of an expert team of coordinators and enjoy the greatest attention to detail as well as the freedom to add your own personal touches and requests.

Hotel Facilities

  • Luxury

    Discover the full service, high-end amenities and dining options at the hotel.

  • Executive Lounge

    Take advantage of Executive Lounge access with complimentary breakfast, snacks and beverages.

  • Accessible Rooms

    The hotel provides facilities for people with disabilities.

Hotel Information

0.8 mi from the Centre

Check In:

3:00 pm

Check Out:

12:00 pm


Self Parking: $15. Valet Parking: $20.

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Total Event Space Capacity (People):


Contact Us

  • Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem
    Gershon Agron St 26-28
    9419008, Israel
  • +972-2-5423333

  • From Ben Gurion Airport: Drive southeast and join the Route 1 Motorway, enter Jerusalem and follow signs to Jaffa Gate. The hotel is located 1 km west from the gate on the left of Gershon Agron Street, right after the junction with King David Street.

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