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Architecture
The David Citadel Hotel

The eleven-story David Citadel Hotel is shaped like a horseshoe whose inner surface echoes the great opera houses, with the rooms' balconies looking out onto the 'stage,' in this case, the Old City and the historical site “Citadel and Tower of David”. At the bases of the horseshoe a series of terraces accommodates a glass-domed lobby, dining area, a swimming pool, and hanging gardens. The attenuated sides of the horseshoe step down on either side, in effect allowing the building to descend toward the Old City, affording each suite a roof garden. The hotel is constructed of traditional rough-hewn golden Jerusalem limestone.

Architect: Moshe Safdie & Associates
Moshe Safdie was born in Haifa in 1938. Just six years after earning a degree in architecture from McGill University in 1961, Moshe Safdie made a name for himself with his award-winning Habitat '67 project. Other projects include the Western Wall Precinct Plan and Musée de la Civilization, among others.

Designers: Chhada, Siembieda & Partners
Chhada, Siembieda & Partners are among the hospitality industry's most sought-after designers having created and renovated at least 70 premium hotel properties, with an experience of 30 years in the hotel design industry.
Prestigious hotel projects include, The David Citadel in Jerusalem, Four Seasons in New York, Kahala in Hawaii, the Regent and the Conrad in Hong Kong, The Windsor in Melbourne, the Oberoi and Taj Mahal in Mumbai, among others.

 


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