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11 King Solomon St., Jerusalem, 94182, Israel

Israel found the perfect complement to its new architectural icons (the Santiago Calatrava–designed Jerusalem bridge; Ron Arad’s Design Museum, in Holon) in the angular, elegant Mamilla Hotel by Moshe Safdie. The hotel, just outside the Old City, is filled with furnishings from Herman Miller, Kartell, and Cassina, and all 194 rooms, set behind black metal doors, feature Jerusalem-stone walls and dark oak floors. The soon-to-open spa—which will debut this month—and in-house synagogue that opens at the end of the year promise to be as stylish as the surroundings.

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Mamilla Hotel

Israel found the perfect complement to its new architectural icons (the Santiago Calatrava–designed Jerusalem bridge; Ron Arad’s Design Museum, in Holon) in the angular, elegant Mamilla Hotel by Moshe Safdie. The hotel, just outside the Old City, is filled with furnishings from Herman Miller, Kartell, and Cassina, and all 194 rooms, set behind black metal doors, feature Jerusalem-stone walls and dark oak floors. The soon-to-open spa—which will debut this month—and in-house synagogue that opens at the end of the year promise to be as stylish as the surroundings.