Givat Massuah

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Givat Massuah (Hebrew: גבעת משואה‎) (lit. "Beacon Hill") is a new neighborhood in the southwest outskirts of Jerusalem, Israel, overlooking Malha and Emek Lavan Valley. It has a population of 1,100 families, manly jews, secular and orthodox.[1] Givat Massuah was established in 1996. Givat Massuah is built in a modern style and has many parks, trees and playgrounds. Among the services you can find in Givat Massuah there is a grocery store, barber shop, bakery, two medical centers, several kindergartens, elementary school, three orthodox synagogues, a Bnei Akiva and Scouting branch.

Beit Yehudah guesthouse, built on land purchased in 2002 by the Hadassah organization, is located in Givat Massuah. Beit Yehudah has 129 boutique, bright and immaculate rooms equipped with satellite TV, mini-bar, air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms with showers and free of charge Internet access. Beit Yehudah offers a wide range of facilities inside and out: a luxurious and comfortable Synagogue (No It's Not), spacious dining rooms, a charming and intimate Café, a play area for the youngsters, a seasonal semi Olympic swimming pool and varied venues for conferences and festive occasions including meeting rooms and a banquet hall equipped with advanced audio-visual system and seating for up to 350 guests. Beit Yehudah will open its doors as a four star deluxe hotel in July 2013, upon completion of extensive renovations.

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Coordinates: 31°45′00″N 35°10′04″E / 31.749908°N 35.167655°E / 31.749908; 35.167655