Holy City haven

The Mamilla Hotel is a cosmopolitan, calming oasis in bustling Jerusalem.

By ERICA SCHACHNE
December 27, 2018 08:47
Holy City haven

THE PANORAMIC view from the Rooftop Outdoor Lounge & Restaurant will enhance your risotto, while the newly launched winter menu will tickle your palate.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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As a longtime resident of Jerusalem, with its intense traffic, people and politics, it is not unusual to find myself in stressful situations.

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