Hillary Clinton Stays at The King David in Israel

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s trip to the Middle East last week was filled with appearances, peace talks and meetings. Her whirlwind tour also included a two-night stay at the King David Jerusalem. Touted as one of Israel’s most famous hotels, the property is not only a member of the prestigious Leading Hotels of the World, but also the flagship property of the Dan Hotels.

Clinton stayed in the hotel’s Royal Suite while the rest of her traveling companions occupied a whopping 154 rooms. All interviews were held in the top pick in the house, the Presidential Suite, and a food station was kept for her on the sixth floor.

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