The families celebrated an unforgettable bar mitzvah at the City of David National Park
At the beginning of summer, this past June, the Dotan and Amar families gathered to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of their son Rotem Yair at the City of David. The event included a celebratory colorful procession, an emotional Torah service at the City of David and a large feast at the King’s Court hospitality complex. As a part of their joyous occasion the family and guests participated in a fascinating guided tour at the National Park and the Pilgrimage Route.
The proud father Hagai tells us:
We wanted to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah with a meaningful event, and that is what we found at the City of David – an especially powerful experience, for us and our guests. Starting with the planning and also during the event, we received a listening ear and help with anything we asked for. Thanks to the great and experienced staff, the event was impressive, emotional and very, very meaningful for us and the guests. The place itself is very unique, which increased the success of the event and contributed to the guests’ enjoyment. The place is amazing, the service was great both before and during the event, including cleanup and courtesy from everyone we met, making sure all the small and big details were sorted and all the way to the different vendors chosen carefully by the City of David. In short, a unique and gorgeous place, great service and super professional vendors.
And most importantly, the experience the Bar Mitzvah boy had is something that cannot be put into words.
Thank you for an unforgettable and very, very unique event, highly recommended, thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
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