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|Distance to city centre||2,5 km|
|Nearest airport||Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl|
|Distance to airport||40,3 km|
|"Nice staff and good hotel."||(in 18 reviews)|
|"Great room, breakfast fine location!."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"The breakfast buffet was well stocked!!."||(in 21 reviews)|
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|"There are no renovated family rooms/"||(in 13 reviews)|
|"The room was awful."||(in 12 reviews)|
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the overall infrastructure is nice. very nice view
they sent me to the first floor, which felt like bring in the basement. the toilet had an awfull smell , and the small yard outside my room was very badly taken care off.
The room was spacious. Besides the King Size Bed and several pillows, there was a relaxing couch, a long table and chair, plus a stool, beneath the dressing table. A big screen LED TV, with several channels, but not Euronews!! There were five light fixtures, which is a good thing, because usually hotel rooms are dark. A full width window, overlooking the central garden, with an excellent blind curtain, which closes 100% the sunlight, which is not common in many hotels, where sunlight penetrates into the room and wakes you up, very early, if your sleep is sensitive to light. The bathroom was fully furnished, with excellent amenities and excellent lighting. The indoor swimming pool was adequate, although old, with nicely warm water. There is a nice Turkish Hammam, besides the swimming pool and a Jacuzzi (Hot Tub). The Sauna was good, as well as the Steam room, but both are old and need refurbishment, as well as the lockers. The water pressure in the bathroom of the bedroom and in the showers of the SPA is excellent. The breakfast was rich, with lots of hot and cold dishes. The employees were all very kind, without exception.
There are no power sockets, in the room. I was obliged to unplug the minibar, so as to be able to use its power socket, so as to charge my smartphone and smartwatch. Power sockets are very essential in hotel rooms, because, nowadays, everybody has one or two smartphones, smartwatch, laptop, etc.... The indoor swimming pool and the SPA should be renovated, completely, because they are very old.
Huge hotel with a feeling of a worn out building from the 70s - not unlike the grand, dark, characterless buildings of Eastern European capitals build during soviet times.
Service - non existent. Still cannot figure out what was the porter outside of the hotel for - would not help with luggage, would not assist with taxi or with anything else. We asked the concierge for recommendations for a new year’s eve dinner - we were told to find something on facebook or trip advisor. We needed some help with the airline as the our flights got changed and we couldn’t reach anyone there who speaks English. The front desk reluctantly helped us but only after asking why we would not sort this out ourselves. And they made it pretty clear they were not very happy they had to do this. Service in the bar was a lot less friendly, timely or polite than any street cafe in the market - and all of this at very inflated prices. And breakfast was an average buffet at the price of a Four Seasons Hotel best resorts. In short - stay away if you have the choice! Almost forgot to mention - the room door had a peephole with the glass taken out, so you could easily look into the room from the corridors. Not sure if this was a security feature, but certainly crosses a line of any reasonable privacy expectations.
Comfortable rooms and amazing breakfast
Price is expensive
The restaurant had a great atmosphere. The food was good in the 6th floor bar. There was a playground for the kids.
The outdoor pool was closed early and the indoor pool was not allowed for people under 16 so my kids were quite disappointed since we booked this hotel for the pool for them.
With a stay at Dan Jerusalem in Jerusalem, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Rockefeller Museum and Damascus Gate. Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
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- Great view
- Clean hotel facilities
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FAQs when booking at Dan Jerusalem
Where is Dan Jerusalem located?
Dan Jerusalem is located at 32 Lehi Street in East Jerusalem, 2,5 km from the centre of Jerusalem. Garden Tomb is the closest landmark to Dan Jerusalem.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Dan Jerusalem?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Dan Jerusalem.
Does Dan Jerusalem offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Dan Jerusalem offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Dan Jerusalem offer free parking?
No, Dan Jerusalem does not offer free parking.
Does Dan Jerusalem offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Dan Jerusalem does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Dan Jerusalem from the airport?
Dan Jerusalem is 40,3 km from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl. Dan Jerusalem is 55,4 km from Tel Aviv Sde Dov.
Can you bring pets to Dan Jerusalem?
No, pets are not allowed at Dan Jerusalem.
Does Dan Jerusalem have a pool?
Yes, Dan Jerusalem has a pool on-site.
Most popular landmarks
- Garden Tomb 1,6 km
- Gethsemane 2,1 km
- Via Dolorosa 2,1 km
- Dome of the Rock 2,2 km
- Temple Mount 2,2 km
- Church of the Holy Sepulchre 2,2 km
|Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl||40,3 km|
|Tel Aviv Sde Dov||55,4 km|