Inbal Jerusalem Hotel

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Inbal Jerusalem Hotel
The Exterior of the hotel.jpg
Panoramic view of the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel.
General information
Address 3 Jabotinsky St.
92145 Jerusalem, Israel
Coordinates 31°33′02″N 35°02′47″E / 31.550453°N 35.046387°E / 31.550453; 35.046387Coordinates: 31°33′02″N 35°02′47″E / 31.550453°N 35.046387°E / 31.550453; 35.046387
Opening 1982
Design and construction
Architect Ya’acov Rechter
Other information
Number of rooms 283
Number of restaurants 3

The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel is a luxury 5 Star hotel in the Talbiya neighborhood of Jerusalem, Israel.


Hotel facade faced in Jerusalem stone

Originally known as the Laromme, the hotel was designed by architect Ya’acov Rechter.[1] It opened in 1982 on a tract of land adjacent to the Liberty Bell Garden owned by one of the churches in Jerusalem and leased by the Jerusalem Municipality. The original plan was to build a 20-story hotel, but neighborhood protests led to a low-rise design.

Notable guests[edit]

Inbal Courtyard

Notable guests include Bill Clinton, Al Gore,[2] Henry Kissinger, George Mitchell, Condoleezza Rice, Mikhail Gorbachev, Madeleine Albright and Dennis B. Ross.

Organizations that often patronize the conference facilities include the Jewish Agency for Israel, Emunah, Hadassah, AJC and JNF.[citation needed]


External links[edit]*Jerusalem Post twitter article