Cassia Jerusalem, located near the picturesque neighborhood of Mishkenot Sha'ananim and Liberty Bell Park, opens its doors as a new brand following a three-year renovation at the property formerly known as King Solomon Hotel Jerusalem.
The newly reimagined boutique property features 148 guest rooms and suites that combine artful interiors with modern amenities to foster relaxation and inspiration. Cassia will offer a bespoke wellness experience to relax both mind and body as guests enjoy its collection of contemporary Israeli art, authentic Israeli cuisine, and breathtaking views of the ancient-yet-vibrant city.
“With record-breaking tourism in Israel, we’re thrilled to offer travelers an unparalleled authentic experience at Cassia Jerusalem after three years of renovations,” said Maurits Van Den Berg, Cassia Jerusalem General Manager. “Located at the meeting point between the Old City and the modern metropolis, the property is steps away from historic and holy sites and surrounded by a mix of fascinating culture and lively social events. The best is yet to come as we will have many guest experiences opening soon, including our restaurant, rooftop pools and our amazing spa.”
The rooftop pools and cabanas will be surrounded by luscious greenery and overlook the Old City and Jerusalem Hills, and the soon-to-come spa will offer a range of unique treatments and beautifying therapies including an infrared jacuzzi and immersive snow room experience.
Curated by Irena Gordon, Cassia Jerusalem will be the only hotel in Jerusalem with such an extensive art program including immersive multimedia installations by prominent Israeli artists displayed in the hotel’s public spaces across all its floors. Further encouraging guests to explore cultural and local sites such as The Old City, The Tower of David, The Israel Museum, The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, Museum of Italian Jewish Art, and The Rockefeller Museum, Cassia connects its guests to the city with exclusive packages including large discounts and free entry to popular museums and cultural attractions.
Cassia Jerusalem is the ideal stay for a variety of visitors, offering spacious floor plans including high-floor suites with panoramic views of the Old and New City and options for baby beds, if needed. As guests take a break from exploring the city, they can still take in the sites from indoors as Cassia offers the country’s first-ever virtual window to Jerusalem, which brings the dynamic beauty of the city in image, motion and sound inside the property.
For more information visit: www.CassiaHotels.com.