The new Leading Hotels of the World property features just 42 breezy rooms.
The lobby bar inside the historic hotel, which dates back to the 1870s.
The public spaces feature a mix of German, Ottoman, and contemporary decor, nodding to the hotel’s storied past.
A bedroom in one of the property’s 5 spacious suites.
Rooms feature upgraded amenities like palatial marble bathrooms.
A postcard from the original Jerusalem Hotel, which played home to the likes of Mark Twain and Thomas Cook.