Hotel guests will enjoy a dinner by hotel chef Roi Antebi, a one-time performance by Ivri Lider, DJ Tomer Meisner and dancers from the Batsheva dance troupe, a guided tour of the Old City and a food tasting book in the Mahane Yehuda market
The Dan hotel chain continues to offer rich and varied content to its guests: The King David Hotel Jerusalem offers a special weekend with a one-time performance by Ivri Lider, DJ Tomer Meisner and dancers from the Batsheva dance troupe between the dates: 17-19 / 6/21 .
During the weekend, in collaboration with Isracard, hotel guests will enjoy on Thursday 17/6 a dinner on the purity of the Levantine cuisine of hotel chef Roi Antebi, followed by a one-time performance by Ivri Lider, DJ Tomer Meisner and dancers from the Batsheva dance troupe.
On Friday morning, June 18, guests will be invited to a food tasting tour of the Mahane Yehuda market and will receive a tasting book at the variety of food stalls in the mythological market in Jerusalem. In the evening, guests will enjoy the King David Hotel’s traditional Friday dinner led by the hotel’s chef, Roi Antebi.
On Saturday morning, hotel guests will be invited on a guided tour of the magical alleys of Jerusalem’s Old City. The tour is based on availability and pre-registered.An abbreviated address for this article: https://www.ias.co.il?p=116753
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