Lady Stern Hotel Jerusalem – About
Lady Stern is more than just a hotel. It is an integral part of the history of Jerusalem.
According to rumors about its history, the original structure of the Lady Stern Hotel was built in 1906 as a retirement home, which later became a famous synagogue. His benefactors, Sir Edward Stern, and his wife were well-known philanthropists, their generous donation made it possible to complete the construction of the retirement home. The new owner touched by this history has chosen to name the hotel Lady Stern in an apparent nod to Kathleen Stern, and in recognition of its rich history.
Mr. and Mrs. Stern’s investments in Jerusalem far exceeded the financing of a retirement home. They funded multiple projects contributing to the resurrection of Jerusalem.
Over the years, the building enter in the history and since 2009 it has been classified as a preservation heritage for the city.
Lady Stern is located at 204 Jaffa Street in Jerusalem.
The hotel is designed in an eclectic style, which incorporates various styles from several eras. The design integrates clean lines along with one-of-a-kind iron ornamentations.
All 196 of the hotel’s rooms are designed in an authentic eastern style, and include high quality and pampering bedding, especially for Lady Stern Hotel.
All of the hotel’s rooms are fully air-conditioned and include a smart TV with a flat LED screen, a coffee kit, a hairdryer, a small fridge, and a safe.
As guests, you can benefit from the hotel’s diversely sized event halls, as well as the luxurious business lounge “Sir Edouard”, restaurant and bar. The SPA offers you the chance to enjoy a wet sauna and indulge yourself in a wide selection of relaxing treatments.
At a short walking distance, you will find several sites to visit, such as Mahane Yehuda market, Israel Museum, Wohl Rose Park, Israel Convention Center, and many unavoidable attractions.
Right next to the hotel, is the light rail tour station, which will lead you to all of the city’s attractions (Old City, Western Wall (Kotel), The City of David, Pedestrian Mall, Yad Vashem, to name a few). The hotel is also located within a short walking distance from the fast train to Tel Aviv.