Event Venues & Restaurants with Private Rooms
When people come to Israel to celebrate a milestone event such as a bar/bat mitzvah, wedding or birthday, they are looking for something special about the venue that is unique to Israel. It could be a view of the Old City or ancient Caesaria. It may be the enchanted forests or breezy Mediterranean sea. It may have Jerusalem stone wall, eclectic shabby chic decor or gourmet Middle Eastern fusion cuisine. Or it could be the experience the venue creates, such as biblical tent among the Judean Desert's ancient ruins. The venues below, all have that something special that expresses Israel's distinct character and beauty.
Mt. Zion Hotel
The elegant Mount Zion Hotel with its beautiful historical architecture, Middle Eastern interior décor, and panoramic views of the Old City walls make a memorable Jerusalem experience for your event. You can have an entirely private bar or bat mitzvah service in the Villa's beautiful flowered garden. Celebratory dancing and hors d'oeuvres can take place there as well with a sumptuous buffet and seating in the beautiful villa. The Villa also has majestically appointed bedrooms upstairs, so the host can retire in luxury after their fabulous event. The Banquet Garden hosts outdoor weddings for up to 500 diners, and the King David Hall is another beautiful private Jerusalem stone structure adjacent to the hotel with a view of Mt. Zion from its large outdoor patio.
Beit Shmuel, Blaustein Hall
The Blaustein Hall, designed by international award-winning architect Moshe Safdie, is a large event space with a extraordinary glass dome panoramic window/ceiling providing a spectacular view of Jerusalem's Old City. With the Jaffa Gate and the Tower of David at its center, guest have views of Jerusalem's historic and active scenery. Events taking place in the hall can accommodate 50 to 350 guests seated around tables. The terrace, also with an open panoramic view of the Tower of David, accommodates an additional 120 people. From the outside, it is a landmark location, with its glass dome in the center of Jerusalem's finest area, near the Mamilla and between the King David and the David Citidel Hotels.