Built in 1962 by a young medical doctor named Mahmoud Abulafi, the hotel has contributed a lot to tourism under both Jordanian (until 1968) and Israeli rule.
The family run Commodore Hotel welcomes you to their newly renovated Commodore Jerusalem, which re-opened in May 2011. After 58 years of slumber, the hotel is reawakened as Jerusalem's newest hotel, offering rooms on three floors of luxury, character and boutique style. The Commodore is not one to waste - it demands efficiency on all fronts. Therefore all details have been carefully considered to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.
Located at the foot of the Mt. of Olives, a 15-minute walk from Jerusalem's Old City and within easy walking distance to the major historical and holy sites of the city of Jerusalem. The hotel is in front the Brigham Young University (BYU) and 'Emek Tsurim Park'.
In addition, their skilled chefs provide mix of local, oriental and western delicacies in the open buffet restaurant during lunch and dinner times.