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King David Residence Luxury 3 BD/Pool/Gym/Parking

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8 guests3 bedrooms5 beds2 baths
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This exceptional 4 room 130 sqm apartment is located within the King David Residence by King David Hotel. It comprises a huge living room with an open kitchen, a terrace with luminous south exposure, 2 bathrooms with independent toilets and a private north west exposure balcony.

The apartment features very high-ended standard and is made of noble material, luxury decoration and modern technology including central AC, electrical blinds, satellite TV channels & WIFI.

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Luxurious and spacious 130sqm 3 bedroom apartment with 2.5 bathrooms located in the King David Residence, in the heart of Jerusalem, within a short walking distance to Mamilla, Western Wall, Old City and Hotels. Modernly designed, very high standard. Living room with lots of seating space open dining room area. Fully equipped modern kitchen with all appliances 2 balconies (with kosher Sukkah part) Amenities include: Wi-Fi Flat Screen TV Espresso Machine Air Conditioning Washing/Drying Machine Iron for clothes. Many more basic appliances such as (Hangers, soap, shampoo, fresh linen, towels and toilet paper). The apartment is fully kosher and comfortable to assist for people who follow Orthodox Judaism with two sinks. This luxury building has 24 hours security and a beautiful lobby area. The Residence also has a gym fitted with state of the art equipment and has professional trainers ready to assist you. In addition you can enjoy an indoor pool all year round, as well as sauna that is open 4 hours of the day during these times. Please note due to Corona regulations, only a maximum of 10 guests can use the pool and gym area at once.
This exceptional 4 room 130 sqm apartment is located within the King David Residence by King David Hotel. It comprises a huge living room with an open kitchen, a terrace with luminous south exposure, 2 bathrooms with independent toilets and a private north west exposure balcony.

The apartment features very high-ended standard and is made of noble material, luxury decoration and modern technology including…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
3 single beds

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Pool
Gym
Kitchen
Wifi
Dryer
Hair dryer
Dedicated workspace
Hangers
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel

Jerusalem, Israel
Mamilla (Hebrew: ממילא‎‎) is a neighborhood of Jerusalem that was established in the late 19th century outside the Old City, west of the Jaffa Gate. Until 1948 it was a mixed Jewish-Arab business district. Between 1948 and 1967, it was located along the armistice line between the Israeli and Jordanian-held sector of the city, and many buildings were destroyed by Jordanian shelling. The Israeli government approved an urban renewal project for Mamilla, apportioning land for residential and commercial zones, including hotels and office space. The Mamilla Mall opened in 2007.


Mamilla Mall, also known as Alrov Mamilla Avenue, is an upscale shopping street and the only open-air mall in Jerusalem, Israel. Located northwest of Jaffa Gate, the mall consists of a 2,000-foot (610 m) pedestrian promenade called Alrov Mamilla Avenue lined by 140 stores, restaurants, and cafes, and office space on upper floors. The mall sits atop a multi-story parking garage for 1,600 cars and buses, and a bus terminal. Designed by Moshe Safdie and developed by Alrov Properties and Lodgings Ltd. of Tel Aviv, the mall incorporates the facades of 19th-century buildings from the original Mamilla Street, as well as the original structures of the Convent of St. Vincent de Paul, the Stern House, and the Clark House.
The mall is part of the Alrov Mamilla Quarter, a $400 million mixed-use development that also includes the 28-acre (11 ha) David's Village luxury condominium project, the David Citadel Hotel, the Alrov Mamilla Hotel, and the Karta parking lot. While the overall project was approved by the municipality in the early 1970s, and most of the condominiums and the David Citadel Hotel were completed in the 1990s, construction of the mall was delayed time and again – first due to opposition by preservationist, environmentalist, and religious groups, and then due to bureaucratic disputes, litigation, and arbitration. The mall was finally completed and opened in stages from 2007 to 2008, thirty-seven years after its initial proposal.

At the heart of the David Residence project, between the residential buildings, lies a lovely green park, the Andalusian courtyard. The courtyard, surrounded by tile-roofed two-stores buildings, is designed in the Andalusian style and constitutes a blossoming green island full of rich vegetation with a fountain in the center.
The Andalusian Courtyard serves to recreate the glory days of the neighborhood. It creates a peaceful secluded internal space which most of the apartments face onto.

The entrance to the project is from King David Street, through a reconstructed shaded alley leading to the inner courtyard and to the lobbies of the residential buildings on either side. The restored ancient building functions as a common lobby for the two residential buildings. The entrance-way to the ancient building is a masterpiece of restoration, decorated with traditional motifs, which reflects splendor back on the residential buildings. The plans call for a wood-paneled synagogue at the end of the lobby, with an Ark facing east towards the Temple Mount.
Jerusalem, Israel
Mamilla (Hebrew: ממילא‎‎) is a neighborhood of Jerusalem that was established in the late 19th century outside the Old City, west of the Jaffa Gate. Until 1948 it was a mixed Jewish-Arab…

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Joined in August 2020
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