Secretary Clinton, who is pictured here with the King David's Director of Delegations and Groups, Sheldon Ritz (left), and Haim Shkedi, King David General Manager (center), stayed in the King David's Royal Suite, while her delegation occupied a total of 154 rooms. Clinton used the Presidential Suite for all her interviews, while a running food station was kept for her on the sixth floor throughout her stay.
The flagship property of the Dan Hotels and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, The King David was recently featured in Travel+Leisure's "World's Best Hotels" and Conde Nast Traveler's "Gold List."
Dan Hotels Israel is the largest luxury hotel group in the country. The history of the chain dates back to June 1947, when two brothers Yekutiel and Shmuel Federmann, purchased a 21-room guest house called the "Kaete Dan" on the Tel Aviv sea shore. Today, the chain owns 13 deluxe hotels in prime locations around the country, an international convention center and a hotel training school.
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