Advertisment Judaica Gifts | Book your hotel in Jerusalem > Jerusalem Hotels > Little House In Rechavia
Join JerusalemPedia on Facebook
Navigation

Main Page

Contents

Random Article

Donate

Contact
Travel Partners
Hospitals

Cemeteries

Ancient Tombs

Maps

Neighborhoods
Jerusalem Books
A brand NEW Jerusalem hotel in the most exclusive neighborhood in Jerusalem, Israel

New Jerusalem hotel has 28 rooms and family units. It is a newly renovated, old, stone house in an exclusive location. The hotel offers accommodations for singles, couples and families.
Share |

Little House in Rehavia

A Little House in Rechavia location



The Little House in Rechavia is on a peaceful street in the heart of Rechavia,
one of the finest neighborhoods in Jerusalem. This Jerusalem hotel is only a 10 minutes walk to the downtown area and the new Mamilla mall, 15-20 minutes to the old city and 5 minutes to the Great Synagogue. It is a short walking distance from the Knesset (Israel Parliament) and Israel Museum.

Address
20 Eben Ezra St, Rechavia, Jerusalem
Tel 972-2-563 3344, Fax 972-2-563 3377
E-mail: Littlehouse@jerusalem-hotel.co.il
Click here for a map to Little House in Rehavia Jerusalem Hotel
Little House in Rehavia
Little House in Rehavia Jerusalem Israel
Sponsored Links:
Add your company
Learn to read the bible in its original language
Browse our free encyclopedia by alphabet:

A  B  C  D  E  F  G H  I  J  K  L  M  N O  P  Q  R  S  T  U V  W  X  Y  Z
Join the Club for more information about Little House in Rehavia Log In
Join the Club  -  Advertise With Us  -  Contact Us  - Links - Privacy Policy

JERUSALEMPEDIA.All Rights Reserved.
The biggest Jerusalem content encyclopedia on the Internet. Jerusalempedia.com is a site that offers a full range of terms related to Jerusalem.
Our Mission is to create the most comprehensive and definitive source of information available on Jerusalem anywhere. We are in the process of compiling the world's most comprehensive source of inter-related encyclopedic information sources covering every subject of Jerusalem to our visitors.