Jerusalem's Mamilla Hotel Joins The Set Collection

Mamilla Hotel has become a founding member of The Set Collection. It is the newest property to join the collection alongside Hotel Café Royal in London; Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam; Hôtel Lutetia in Paris; The Opposite House in Beijing; The Upper House in Hong Kong; The Temple House in Chengdu; and The Middle House in Shanghai.

With 194 rooms and suites, Mamilla Hotel is located in the heart of Jerusalem. It was designed in collaboration with architects Moshe Safdie and Piero Lissoni. The Mamilla neighborhood, built in the 19th century, outside the walls of the Old City and adjacent to the Jaffa Gate, acts as a vital bridge connecting the ancient and the modern, tracing the evolution of Jerusalem.

Mamilla Hotel, Jerusalem

Mamilla dates back in the city’s history to the site of a water reservoir built by King Herod during the Second Temple period (1st century BCE), and a Mamluk cemetery. The area made its first appearance in modern history in the 19th century when it became one of the earliest commercial districts outside the Old City during the Ottoman Empire. When Theodore Herzl first visited Jerusalem in 1898, he stayed in the Stern House, one of Mamilla’s original structures, which has been rebuilt and incorporated into Alrov Mamilla Avenue.

The Set Collection was created for business owners, investors and management teams looking for an alternative to traditional representation and distribution services, allowing hotel owners and management teams to benefit from customized services to support their operations and existing teams.

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