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With a stay at Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, within a 5-minute walk of Jerusalem Great Synagogue and Ben Yehuda Street. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Cons: I'm pretty sure my wireless earphones vanished during my stay there.
Pros: Classy clean and great location Ronit was dependably charming as usual!
Pros: They were absolutely fantastic. Every part of my stay
Pros: The facilities location and breakfast were all excellent.
Pros: Everything about this hotel was simply amazing . The breakfast really topped it off, super delicious!
Pros: Overall it was very great,
Cons: For an environment that is very comfortable it would've been nice to have had amenities like water and fruit, or at least water extended in the room each day of the stay
Pros: Food was very good
Cons: The room and bathroom were not clean
Cons: Great hotel in a wonderful location, fantastic caring and attentive staff. Enjoyed my stat very much, will come again and recommend to my friends.
Pros: Es limpio , bien ubicado, en la recepciÃ³n ody muy colaborador, muy cerca de la ciudad vieja
Cons: Todo bien
Pros: amazing staff, beautiful hotel, perfect location
Pros: Had a wonderful experience. Everything was great.
Pros: Lavish Buffet Breakfast. Tons of variety!!
Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem stands at the heart of Jerusalem, a few minutes' walk from Jaffa Gate, the entrance to the Old City. The magnificent structure was originally built in 1928 as one of the city's most beautiful and inspired architectural works. The original Arabesque embellished facade and grand marble staircase were meticulously preserved to meet Waldorf Astoria's esteemed reputation for excellence. The hotel comprises 226 rooms and suites of unadulterated luxury, boasting a long list of amenities, two fine-dining restaurants offering a diverse selection of quality dishes and 12 meetings and events facilities to accommodate all needs - from small business meetings or social events to large-scale conventions and romantic weddings. Complimentary internet access is available in all guest rooms and throughout the public areas of the hotel. Stay in contemporary elegance at the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem hotel and experience the signature Waldorf Astoria service, an extension of the legendary personal service principles.
Pros: This is a beautiful hotel in an elegant old building that was completely redone to creat the hotel. Courteous and helpful staff. Concierge services were excellent. Rooms are large and well furnished. Ten minute walk to the Jaffa Gate of the old city. Breakfast was included and was excellent.
Cons: I-PAD provided in the room for hotel services never worked, even with repeated calls and IT requests.
Pros: I stayed there a lot of times and enjoyed it. This time I called a couple of times to clean the room . The coffee wasn’t replenished, I needed to call.
Cons: This time I called a couple of times to clean the room , bathroom was filthy. The coffee wasn’t replenished, I needed to call.
Pros: Location is great. Well appointed rooms
Cons: Service and staff attention on shabbat. Especially if we pay full price!
Pros: The design and artictexure was magnificent.
Cons: Would like to see more deversity with different cultures
A stay at Dan Panorama Jerusalem places you in the heart of Jerusalem, within a 15-minute walk of Jerusalem Great Synagogue and Mamilla Mall. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very nice hotel. Good standard so good value for money, not too far from old city (10 min walk)
Pros: We came to hotel due to another hotels cancellation on the 24th Dec. Literally the second we pulled up and stepped out of the car we felt the warmth of the staff attending to our needs: Front Desk, Restaurant and Bar service staff top!!!
Pros: Front desk staff very kindly allowed us to check out late the day of our plane -- 8 pm. Thanks! Breakfast was very good. Lobby lounge is very nice.
Cons: Most of the staff seemed like they didn't want to be there. Our rooms were barely made up (wet towels left on floor). Air conditioner took a long time to get room cool. Rooms are very small. No concierge.
Pros: Free breakfast, lots of choices.
Cons: They would not let me bring my bicycle into my room. No reason was given, just that it was not allowed by security.
Pros: However there was no concierge at the Dan in Jerusalem And there was one available at the Dan in TA. That was helpful as the staff in Jerusalem did not seem to be knowledgeable on info re: dinning out.
Pros: The service provided by Angelina and Hamis. They were outstanding
Cons: Housekeeping didn’t do a great job. They didn’t pick up things from the floot
Cons: Too expensive.
Pros: very good breakfasts
Cons: hotel needs an internet room, where visiters can use the hotejs computer, keyboard etc
Pros: Nice room
Cons: Quite expensive for the services given. Because we had a problem with the cold in our room. The air conditioner had been shut and it was resolved only Saturday night.
Pros: Location near Jaffa Gate
Cons: Extensive but low-quality breakfast; shared spaces not accueillant; loud and chaotic at reception and lounge.
Cons: The staff, for the most part, wasn't helpful. For example, it was a cold night, and when I called downstairs and told them the heater was broken--even the lowest setting made the room unlivable--the staff's response was to open my window. It was raining heavily with strong winds that night, so I pushed the staff person further, who finally sent up a portable radiator. The sheets on the bed were torn. The bed wasn't made adequately, so that I couldn't fit my body into the bed. The shower glass wasn't sealed, so that water leaked all over the bathroom. Several staff at the front desk were unfriendly.
A stay at King David Jerusalem places you in the heart of Jerusalem, within a 10-minute walk of Mamilla Mall and Jerusalem Great Synagogue. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Robes, water and snacks Free parking Very welcoming staff
Pros: Location was superb walking distance to all the main attractions of Jerusalem. Very nice breakfast
Cons: The hotel is starting to look its age and needs some upgrading.
Pros: The perfect hotel to see Jerusalem from. Unobtrusive service in a classy venue. Just perfect!
Pros: Our experience at King David was overall good, but not as we expected and as we heard of it. The lobby and the room are elegant and well furnished, but they “smell” the ancient. The bathroom is spacious and well equipped. We had good dinners in both restaurant, event if the two location are not so smart. We suggest to try the Regent restaurant, very good. The fitness center, the spa and the staff working there were really nice and well trimmed. Breakfast is wonderful with plenty of brad, pastries, salads, cheese, fruit and more and more. But the service was very poor, slow and intrusive
Cons: We were very upset about the cleanliness and the minibar of the room (very poor) and also by the absence of technology (old and useless tv). The staff during breakfast time is too intrusite and slow
Pros: Location, friendly staff, large room
Cons: Old building and the room needs renovation: the bath equipment is a bit old, as well as room furniture
With a stay at Arthur Hotel - An Atlas Boutique Hotel in Jerusalem (Jerusalem City Centre), you'll be steps from Ben Yehuda Street and 10 minutes by foot from Jerusalem Great Synagogue. Featured amenities include a computer station, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
Pros: Walking distance to the Old town, tastefully furnitured, comfortable beds, quiet, great breakfast and a complimentary Shabbath buffe
Pros: The breakfast was superb - the best we had anywhere in a 4 week trip. Staff were very helpful in all ways and gave us very good restaurant recommendations. The regular evening happy hour with free wine and nibbles was an extra bonus.
Cons: The room was quite noisy as the hotel is located right in the centre of town. It wouldn’t stop us from staying there again because the location is perfect in all other ways.
Pros: Staff—especially front desk Very clean
Cons: Breakfast Room was small and was able to hear from adjoining rooms and from room above. Bathroom small. Access to tub would be difficult for anyone who is elderly or who has any difficulty in mobility.
Pros: Perfectly located in the pedestrian area of Jerusalem, yet they offer complimentary private parking minutes away. Very friendly team at reception has helped us on several occasions, even managed to organise last minute NY dinner. Room was of decent size, comfortable for 2 with stylish decor. Breakfast offered good selection of options, with all pastry baked daily in the morning on premises.
Cons: Soundproofing could be better, especially for windows as restaurants outside tend to be open till late
Pros: boutique high quality finishes and great location located in pedestrian mall with cafes and bars below.
Cons: since in a pedestrian mall no direct car access. But has a golf cart to take your luggage.
Pros: Excellent location to the Old City, tram, etc. We were able to walk everywhere. The staff was extremely helpful and went out of their way to make our stay comfortable. Food at breakfast had a large variety, and the daily wine tasting in the evening was something special with homemade soups and finger foods.
Pros: Excellent location, very nice and friendly staff. Happy hour is a great addition.
Cons: The lighting in the room was a little dark.
Pros: The staff was super friendly and kind. Breakfast was rich. Best location. I would really recommend this hotel.
Pros: Cosy hotel, very good location near to train line and short walking distance to Market and Kotel. Breakfast was good with various options.
Cons: A little bit noisy at night from the street
Pros: Great breakfast, good parking at sister hotel (with free shuttle about 1 minute away), great location. Close to tram and old city. Staff were very helpful
When you stay at Leonardo Jerusalem in Jerusalem, you'll be in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Garden Tomb and Rockefeller Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Jerusalem? This hotel has 0 square feet (00 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Location, location and excellent location
Pros: Very spacious room, rich Sunday breakfast, Yael from guest relations went out of her way to make sure we got everything that we needed and wanted. Free parking, great location.
Cons: Shower not the best.
Pros: We thought we were staying at the leonardo plaza in King George street and not the leonardo hotel in saint george street! Bit of a shock. Having gotten over the shock, we were pleasantly surprised at how nice the hotel was. The room was clean and comfortable. The bathroom needs updating as there was a chip in the bath and the part of the tap that changes the water from bath to shower came off in my hand! The breakfast was good. We were happy. I liked that the toilet was separate to the bathroom.
Cons: As above. Bathroom needs updating. Breakfast needs better organisation as there were no plates available so people were waiting for plates.
Pros: The location was about the only thing going for this place.
Cons: Cleanliness. We found BED BUGS! My husband was literally bitten 90+ times. Needless to say, we cut our stay short and left the hotel! Never again!
Pros: Nothing at all.
Cons: Iwas charged the wrong rates for having Laundry done, and in one Instance charged twice for the same Laundry.
With a stay at Mamilla Hotel - The Leading Hotels of The World, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, just a 3-minute walk from Mamilla Mall and 6 minutes by foot from Jaffa Gate. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Planning an event in Jerusalem? This hotel has facilities measuring 3000 square feet (279 square meters), including a conference center. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: The breakfast was excellent and the room was very clean.
Cons: The parking arrangement should have been explained prior to the visit, had some difficulties in finding the right entrace (there are some). Room keys did not work properly.
Pros: . Close to the old city. Nice staff.
Cons: Noise all night long with the ventilations, gym too far from the hotel.
Pros: Shabbat dinner.
Cons: Bathroom layout is awkward.
The David Citadel Hotel newly refurbished in 2015 is the most luxurious hotel in Jerusalem. This 5 star luxury hotel is located in modern Jerusalem on the prestigious King David Street, the hotel is only minutes away from every major tourist, religious, cultural, business and fun attractions. 385 rooms and suites with a magnificent decor, equipped with state of the art facilities, offering the finest cuisine and amenities.The David Citadel Hotel overlooks the old city of Jerusalem. It features a large outdoor swimming pool heated all year round, free gym, and a range of dining facilities; all with panoramic views. Free WiFi is provided in the entire building.The new guest rooms are modern and spacious. The bathrooms are large and feature both a bath and shower. You will also find an LCD TV, pillow menu, and black-out curtains.At The David Citadel you have a modern spa and wellness center, plus a range of banqueting halls and business services. You can choose between Mediterranean and Italian cuisine, or a simple snack from the pool bar (open in summer).The hotel is just opposite the Mamilla shopping area featuring a variety of shops, cafs and restaurants. The property is 15 minutes' walk from the Western Wall and 900 meters from the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Ben Gurion Airport is 48 km away and and the Dead Sea is a 45 minute drive by car.
Pros: Top location, great staff, generous rooms
Cons: Breakfast was very chaotic
Pros: Pool. Breakfast. Location.
Cons: Staff attitude. Room Cleaning service Facilities upkeep
Pros: Staff were very helpful and the location was excellent
Pros: The breakfast was great we sat outside every day, beautiful.
Pros: The very kind, polite and helpful staff, the amnesties in the rooms( although cofee capsules weren’t reniewed)
Cons: The wet sauna has no facilities to wash the sitting benches before and after use. The lunch is incredibly high priced, especially for kids(300 shekels ?!, 400 for grown ups). As I reserved 3 rooms in some there were minor problems like tv out of service or plumbing faults.
Pros: Great location, comfortable room
Cons: Very loud and you could hear everything behind the doors of the room, not bright, dirty cups for breakfast, no cattle in the room, bad air conditioning system, had to get up and turn it on, otherwise was cold in the room. Too pricey for the quality I have stayed there 8 years ago and it was way better
Pros: The breakfast menu was great. The employees were great
8,9 Excellent (2 158 reviews)
A stay at American Colony Hotel The Leading Hotels of the World places you in the heart of Jerusalem, within a 15-minute walk of Garden Tomb and Rockefeller Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: So gréât to live like Allenby or. Laurence of Arabia! A great place Nice rooms decorated with style Good food Nice people at reception to help you And a nice cake for my birthday I would say the greatest hotel of Jerusalem! Bravo keep on PS we had a wonderful experience with the lady historical presentation so great and interesting
Pros: rooms, staff were great. bar is a hidden little gem
Cons: location was a little far away
Pros: I come back because of the value for money and the staff that is top notch professional and exceedingly friendly and knowledgable of the guest needs. It is a jewel!
Cons: It really is nothing of importance as the food is consistently good but I miss the exquisite barley soup that I use to always have in winter.
Pros: Lovely old building.
Cons: Slightly away from the central area
Pros: We like the A Colony good location for us great staff Only drawback too expensive
Cons: Great Ambience old fashion Great restaurant Excellent Staff
Pros: Great staff. Clean room. Very nice and luxurious hotel to be at.
Pros: The setting is quiet and in a typical Colonial style, which is good and not so good as it takes a decisive management what to keep and what to let go of as it might be completely outdated, which is a keyword with this property. So outdated. There is a sense of an oasis of peace when you come back from the buzzling old town. This is nice. The restaurant is excellent yet also pricey. Pool atmosphere is lovely after an exhausting tour yet why is it not open before 9am and not after 6pm?
Cons: Haydays are long over. The place needs a serious make-over as it certainly does not have Leading Hotels Standard under any circumstance. So, value for money is way off.not at all a 5-star, rather 3-Stars as it is. The property apparently still lives off its good-old-days reputation which also the staff reflect. There is anything between „anxious to do the wrong thing“ and actually not being properly trained for the job, to outright arrogant. Some, including the Restaurant Manager are truly misbehaved as in „not knowing what appropriate behavior is in such a place“ but I dare say, also elsewhere. He at his mobile all the time, careless to detail, inattentive in general. And there is also very attentive and friendly staff too, including the Hotel Manager, once being confronted with the absurdity that guests are awoken by brutal construction power-drill sounds at 7am (!) two consecutive days. „An emergency“ .... really? You must be joking. Other reviewers mention ongoing construction the same year. This being said, there was effort to make the absurdity up, yet this can simply not be remedied at almost 400€ a night. This is unacceptable. On to the fact, that floors, walls, amenities all seem 100 years old. Really, and this is anything but in a charming state, plus cleanliness is not a forte either.
Pros: The best breakfast buffet I ever had.
Pros: An excellent staff made our stay particularly nice. We made a couple unusual requests and the professional staff at the American Colony stepped up without hesitation to provide for our needs. We hesitated before booking in this location but found it to be very welcoming and comfortable. The breakfast provided was also fantastic and diverse even by Israeli big breakfast standards. Our only less than stellar comment is that the selection of books and literature in the gift/book shop is very one sided and partisan. This shouldn't have been totally surprising but given the excellence and absence of political statements everywhere else it became noticeable. A great hotel.
Pros: Location is prime (near old city), good picturesque restaurant (Arabesque) and summer bar, nice pool, good choice of TV channels. Good staff albeit sometimes appearing a bit inexperienced.
Cons: Tapware difficult to moderate (hot/cold, quantity/flow of water), towels not so plush, amenities in the bathroom subpar (smell [like disinfectant], wrapping soulless), business center not open 24/7 as indicated without explicitely having to ask, pool opening hours (only until 18.00).
Pros: The rooms and architecture. Felt like old Jerusalem vs. modern hotels.
With a stay at Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, within a 10-minute walk of Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This hotel has 3 meeting rooms available for events. A shuttle from the hotel to the airport is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: This place is magical and I can warmly recommend it to anyone!!
Cons: Nothing - everything was amazing.
Pros: Great location, good breakfast, amazing sunset views from the rooftop.
Cons: I didn’t think it was good value for what you got. Rooms were very basic, but it’s not exactly the type of place you go to stay in your room
Pros: When you are our whole day in busy crowded streets, you appreciate even more the calm spiritual but high quality surroundings of this marvellous place. The staff is of 5star hotel quality, the food varies from top end (floortop) to European bistro style. A bit more expensive, but a whole lot value for money!
Cons: All good
Pros: I loved the property this time of the year with a spectacular Christmas tree as well as the amazing location by the New Gate. Great views from my room as well as the wine bar and the roof terrace which is accessible to the guests. The staff was very friendly and accommodating with all the requests.
Pros: Location right in front of the Holy Land.
Cons: Room was okay but very little other amenities. Breakfast is very poor - quality of food is below average.
Pros: Great hotel and location
Pros: The rooms were beautiful and very clean. Balconies had a fantastic view. Can't beat the location if you're wanting to go to the Holy Sepulchre or anywhere in the Old City because it's right across from the New Gate. We love the Wine & Cheese restaurant on the 4th floor, have eaten there almost every time we go to Jerusalem. The staff was very nice and accommodating.
Cons: I wish the rooms had been actually adjoining with a door. The balconies are easy to climb over to get through the window door so it's kind of adjoining, but if you have kids and want them to have their own room, it's not like there's a door connecting rooms next to each other. Sound echoes through the hallways and it smelled like cigarette smoke in the hallways. There are no fridges in the rooms, but the receptionist was nice enough to let me store milk for my baby in the fridge behind the desk while I was there.
A stay at The Inbal Jerusalem places you in the heart of Jerusalem, within a 15-minute walk of Jerusalem Great Synagogue and L.A. Meyer Institute for Islamic Art. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The rooms and physical facilities.
Cons: The staff is pleasant but somewhat impersonal, they do not smile or give you options when you ask them about tours or information. Their VIP lounge's food is ok but limited. The staff is not too nice and not helpful, looks like they do not want to be working there.
Pros: Amazing Friday night Shabbat dinner, attentive staff. Well appointed rooms, but slightly on the small side.
Cons: Loved all.
Pros: Beautiful hotel, very clean room, very nice breakfast.
Pros: Great property, perfect location, responsive staff -- I would highly recommend!
Pros: We keep coming back to the Inbal Hotel for its pleasant atmosphere good service and nice room The buffet breakfast on Simchat Tora was very good
Cons: Generally speaking the Inbal is not cheap but the charge for the Festive dinner on Simchat Tora was outrageous : 860 ISH per person. This is in keeping with the "tradition" of Israeli Hotels to charge exorbitant amounts for Friday and festive meals Shame on you !
Pros: Staff was so helpful and friendly. Comfort beyond belief!
Pros: Excellent breakfast. Clean.
Pros: The facilities were clean and food was good
Cons: Room was small and I paid for third in the room and was not given the bed
Pros: The breakfast buffet was ample and very a very nice spread. The location is perfect. It's an easy walk to the Jaffe Gate and it's in a upscale part of Jerusalem. The staff was very nice and tried to be helpful. We did eat the soup special for a late lunch (all the soup and bread you can eat for a reasonable price) and it was excellent.
Cons: Our room felt old and in need of renovations. There were stains on the little couch. The bathroom was especially dingy. It didn't feel clean but I think that was because of the age and lack of renovation. There is no hotel bar; we are not big drinkers but it is sometimes nice to sit with a glass of wine in the evening before retiring. We tried ordering dessert from room service. They took our order and then called back 15 minutes later to say they were out of the chocolate cake and ice cream we ordered. They had nothing else remotely similar. We asked the concierge for directions to a particular site as our guide unexpectedly couldn't be with us that day. He showed us on a map where we could park our car and gave us an address to put in our GPS. However, when we got to the location there was no public lot there. We ended up missing the tour of the Supreme Court Building.
With a stay at Harmony - an Atlas Boutique Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, steps from Ben Yehuda Street and 9 minutes by foot from Mamilla Mall. Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Good breakfast and Happy Hour between 5 and 7 very nice with delicious snacks.
Cons: A dressing table in the bedroom with a mirror above would have been more convenient than just a table. Some hooks on the wall or door also.
Pros: The breakfast had something for everyone’s tastes.
Cons: We didn’t get new water bottles the last two days we stayed.
Pros: The staff, from the general manager down, everyone made you feel very welcome.
Cons: not one complaint
Pros: Location is excellent. Breakfast spread was very awesome, a good mix of local and continental. Staff are extremely helpful. Would stay here again and recommend to friends.
Cons: Having Three beds in a double bedroom felt cramped.
Pros: I stayed during the week of Hannukah and was very pleased that there was candle lighting in the lobby every night. The light supper every night was a wonderful bonus - most of the time that was my last meal of the day. Since I cannot eat bread I very much appreciated having rice cakes at breakfast.
Cons: There were no electrical plugs by the desk or bed!!! This made doing business work very difficult and uncomfortable. I had to ask daily for more bathroom supplies - and there were no more washcloths available after the first night. There was so evening meal on Shabbat - this was never communicated. The chair in the room was very uncomfortable.
Pros: Service, location, breakfast, lobby
Cons: Rooms very small, should have coffee, tea available all day, very noisy street facing room late into night (Especially Thursday night) but hotel staff responded very well
Pros: The staff were extremely helpful and very pleasant. Their breakfast and Happy Hour are very good. The location was good, 15 minutes walk from Jaffa Gate. Friday night restaurants available in close proximity. The terrace was a bonus.
Cons: The rooms are a disappointment for a hotel called "boutique". Poor finishings and poorly maintained. Occasional, unacceptable odours in room and hallway. Poor but not bad enough to move hotel!
Pros: Staff was very professional and helpful.
Pros: Comfortable room, excellent location. Nice breakfast. Immaculate. I would highly recommend it if you are planning to visit the old city. Not great if you have small kids in tow - no run around space.
Cons: There was some construction in the lower lobby and it was chaotic and hard to find the front desk. But once you stumbled around the dust and shambles of the first floor and figured out you had to go upstairs -- and located the hidden elevator -- it was fine.
Located in Jerusalem, Hotel Yehuda is in the suburbs, within a 10-minute drive of Israel Museum and Knesset. Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Nice and clean room.
Cons: Our room was above the ding room and there was a noise of dragging tables few hours a day
Cons: Breakfast: food on the buffet looks not very fresh, cups were dirty and staff was busy chatting rather than feeling concerned about their customers. There is an obvious room for improvement
Pros: The hotel is very nice decorated, the atmosphere is great, the staff is very nice, clean rooms, very comfortable bed, very good breakfast, the room is large and comfort, value is excellent.
Pros: Excellent hotel in a quiet neighborhood of Jerusalem. The breakfast is very sumptuous, staff is very friendly, great service. The rooms are very clean. There is parking available in the hotel.
Cons: It’s a good 20 minute drive away from center of Jerusalem, so if you don’t have a car then travel to the main sights can be an issue.
Pros: Great place to stay at, amazing breakfast, very friendly staff
Pros: Nice rooms. Easy free parking at the hotel. Welcoming staff.
Cons: Windows can be better isolated. The shower was either hot or cold water, difficult to get the right temperature
Pros: Very clean and well appointed rooms, nice bar and reception area.
Cons: The pool wasn’t open, it said it was child friendly but there was nothing for the kids, the garden looks a lot bigger on the photos! The location is further out than the description says.
Pros: Hotel Yehuda was clean, well-designed, and the staff was great. It's close to the Biblical Zoo, which we took our 2-year old to, and he loved it.
Cons: It's a bit far from the Old City
Pros: Very nice hotel, courteous stall, excellent dining, highly recommended!!
Located in Jerusalem (Emek Refaim), Villa Ba'moshava is within a 10-minute drive of Jerusalem Great Synagogue and L.A. Meyer Institute for Islamic Art. Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and limited parking is available onsite.
Pros: Great location for us to visit family, just minutes walk from the hotel
Cons: To be honest the room & bathroom were not very clean. Shower leaked all over the floor & there was a lot of dust in the corners of the room.
Pros: Perfect room, super-clean, bedding and bathroom of a deluxe hotel. No need to get the breakfast voucher. Lots of alternatives nearby.
Pros: Breakfast is at one of the restaurants in the area. The hotel itself in old house, clean and beautiful
Pros: Great breakfast at choice of cafes. Hotel very close to shops and bus routes
Pros: The hotel is perfect. The breakfast is excellent. Everyone was super friendly. Everything was extremely clean, happy hours are very helpful. We really would stay there again.
Cons: We were not informed that there was a restoration process in the lobby.
Pros: Im not sure I understand the fourth face on this survey. Is it better than a smile? I was very happy with the hotel, perfectly located close to shops and transport links but on a quiet side road.
Pros: This hotel has a lot of character and old world charm. The location is great for walking everywhere, but off the main road, so it’s quiet.
Pros: The hotel is a bit further away from the hotspot and city center which is just PERFECT for someone who looks for a relaxed time. And its located probably on one of the most beautiful neighbour hoods. I had an amazing room, and was greeted with a happy hour plate, with nuts, cheese, cakes. That apple pie and chocolate cake were insanely good?! Wow!
Cons: The hotel is being renovated, there is as of now no area to sit and have coffee/tea. But this is not really an issue considering that the harden area is inviting and beautiful
A stay at Dan Boutique Jerusalem places you in the heart of Jerusalem, within a 5-minute drive of St. Andrew's Church and Jaffa Gate. Featured amenities include a computer station, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Hila at the front desk was exceptionally helpful getting us a hotel reservation at our next stop in Israel going so far as to find details on line and then call the hotel directly to ask questions and verify the details. Neal the bellman was very friendly and helpful. Outstanding view of the Old City out of both the bedroom and bathroom windows! Great breakfast. Shabbat key. Less than 20 minute walk to the Kotel.
Cons: Carpets should be shampooed.
Pros: they upgraded us to a suite since we just got married the night before!
Pros: Good location to various sites
Cons: Didn’t care for the walk to the shuttle. Exact pick up spot was confusing.
Pros: Smiling and helpful staff at reception and breakfast. Breakfast with a nice variety of local and international options. Good location, mostly for individuals with car or groups by coach. Only 15min walk from Old City's Zion Gate, 20 min from Jaffa Gate.
Cons: Little and not that important details. Room making up and resupply a tad inconsistent, perhaps a checklist for the room staff will help in doing it perfectly. Anyway did not take much effort to get immediately the missing items.
Pros: All the rest
Cons: Air conditioning could be better
Cons: The hotel underwent a very basic renovation, as far as the rooms are concerned.This no boutique hotel by any standard. The name is misleading therefore. At best, this is a good 3-star hotel per all the parameters, including the breakfast. And when you are charged for this around $200 per night, it is rather annoying, to put it mildly!
Pros: location and size
Cons: room wasnt clean.. paint peeling.. shower curtain in bath room as suppose to glass doors, a bit gross!!
Pros: Location and parking
Cons: Old room. Noisy air-conditioning, low quality of bread, poor TV channels, old mattress
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.
Pros: 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.
Cons: 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.
Pros: 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.
Cons: 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.
Pros: The hotel is stylish and has some nice facilities.
Cons: The beds (two twins pushed together, European budget hotel style) were hard, with a thin mattress on a wooden deck. Not even a box spring. I expect this from youth hostels, not luxury hotels.
Pros: the overall infrastructure is nice. very nice view
Cons: 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.
Pros: Great pool area, every common/public area was clean and constantly being kept-up . Staff were super super friendly (especially for Israeli service standards). Great!
Cons: Dining room on saturday morning - didn't have coffee or hot food
Pros: Comfortable rooms and amazing breakfast
Cons: Price is expensive
Pros: Great hotel, best breakfast, nice staff
Cons: Kayak didn't let me know I needed to pay VAT which is 17%.
Pros: We were there over passover. Very Friendly staff. Food was Excellent. Comfortable room.
Cons: We were put into a family room, without extra charge, which is a plus, but the family room that we were in shares a balcony with another family room, and people were staying there. It was a bit uncomfortable.
Pros: Delicious breakfast, clean room Convenient to Hadassah Hospital
Cons: Poor lighting and no power source in bathroom. Tissues and bar soap poor quality for such a nice hotel.
A stay at Prima Royale places you in the heart of Jerusalem, within a 15-minute walk of Jerusalem Great Synagogue and Mamilla Mall. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free valet parking is available onsite.
Pros: Staff was awesome, accommodations were clean and comfortable, breakfast was delicious, and the location was convenient to everything! All for a reasonable price!
Cons: Gift shop was not open during the hours posted.
Pros: The hotel is immaculate, the location excellent and both management and staff friendly and responsive. Beds are comfortable, room lighting and heating good. Breakfast options are numerous. Being able to open the room window was a plus.
Cons: Room was tiny and shared by 2 for 11 days. Storing luggage and their contents was a challenge but manageable. A small table was not stable and could easily be taken apart. Breakfast options varied in quality.
Pros: Very good location in a nice and safe neighborhood. Old town only 10 min. walk. We loved the vast amount of breakfast variety, whilst there was a pianist lady playing good music! Very good atmosphere. Good value for money.
Cons: There was nothing.
Pros: comfort. breakfast
Cons: parking is complicated
Pros: very nice people, comfortable and good location.
Cons: it is perfect
Pros: STAFF WAS VERY ACCOMODATING-ALLOWED US EARLY CHECK IN, LATE CHECK OUT, READY TO ADDRESS ANY PROBLEM WHICH AROSE. WHILE NOT LAVISH, THE HOTEL ROOMS WERE VERY COMFORTABLE AND HAD ROOM SAFE, REFRIGERATOR, CABLE TV. I WOULD RECOMMEND IT AS A GREAT VALUE FOR THE PRICE
Cons: BECAUSE THE HOTEL WAS ON A RESIDENTIAL STREET (WHICH ISN'T SUCH A BAD THING AT ALL), TAXI CABS WERE NOT TYPICALLY TO BE FOUND PARKED IN FRONT OF THE HOTEL-AND THERE WAS AN EXTRA FEE IF A CAB IS SUMMONED BY THE HOTEL.
Pros: Let’s make this a fair review Great - breakfast, massive selection location, very near Old Town perfect for a tourist Poor - This is not a four star place, if your English you can relate when I say this is a travelodge and not a premier inn. Rooms are quite shabby and run down Please don’t book this if you see in the facilities section about “Spa” it doesn’t have one so not sure how they get away with saying it does In short - it’s fine for a 1-2 night stay max but don’t expect too much
Pros: The location is superb. TRhe breakfast is very good
Cons: The rooms are a bit small
Pros: Location - close to old city
Cons: This is one of those hotels for large tour groups of retirees. Everyday 40+ people arrive in a coach bus and cram into the hotel, shouting, being disruptive and taking over the place. I spent 3-nights here as a couple and it was the WORST experience I've ever had. The service is terrible and they are so disorganized. They only care about the big tour groups. All the beds in the rooms are actually single beds that have been put together (see photos). They are very uncomfortable and the sheets do not fit the beds and ride up when you're trying to sleep (see photos). They sheets can not tuck in as they're too small and they put the fitted bottom sheet on the top. Stupid. You end up laying directly on the mattress. I spent the whole 3 days trying to get them to fix it but they did not, and I did not sleep properly the whole time I was there. WORST hotel I've ever stayed in, and I travel 5 months of the year internationally. When I checked out they asked how my stay was. I said it was bad and they just shrugged. I suspect the positive reviews are likely based on weary travelers who spent only 1 night here.
Cons: I didn’t like that I had to pay the VAT. I’m touring the country and didn’t have the slip that they gave me when I entered the country. Didn’t say anything on the website that it will be needed to avoid the tax.
Pros: Very good and convenient location. Parking available. Very good breakfast. Fair room. Good room amenities
Cons: Front desk staff was not very well trained, but was kind.
With a stay at Jerusalem Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, steps from Garden Tomb and 7 minutes by foot from Damascus Gate. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. A shuttle from the hotel to the airport is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: The staff were incredibly helpful. Breakfast had a great selection of food and drinks an was served in the enclosed atrium attached to the hotel.
Cons: Although there was an electronic tourist information board, it might have been helpful to have a ‘useful information’ pack in the room with such info as, location of tourist info, light railway info, nearest Dr, chemical, bank etc.
Pros: This is a beautiful hotel. Great location to visit the Old City of Jerusalem. Good breakfast and the staff exceed with their attention. I highly recommend this hotel. I enjoyed Jerusalem and tourist places.
Cons: Nothing to complain. Excellent place, location, and people.
Pros: Brilliant service
Pros: Real Palestinian character in an historic building. Beautiful and traditional. Very friendly and welcoming staff. Breakfast is FANTASTIC! Location is perfect for Old City via Damascus Gate.
Cons: Nothing I didn’t like, but don’t expect luxury or super modern stuff. That’s not what this is about.
Pros: For breakfast there is a very nice buffet. There is a central heating and the rooms are nicely warm also during winter time.
Pros: Buffet breakfast was included and was really good. Besides all the many dishes we could still order omelets and great coffee. The hotels restaurant is open all day. The location is the key if you are interested in visiting the Old Jerusalem. It`s just minutes away, by foot, from one of the major Gates. There is also a parking included with your stay, which was helpful in that busy area
Cons: We liked everything, especially the rustic decor, helpful staff Busses, metro was also walking distance from the hotel.
Pros: Loved the friendly staff as well as the comfortable feel of the hotel. The Arab theme definitely adds a nice flavour!
Cons: The breakfast could be an area of development. Should be fresher.
With a stay at Prima Park Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, within a 5-minute drive of Bible Lands Museum and Shrine of the Book. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Jerusalem? This hotel has facilities measuring 2110 square feet (196 square meters), including conference space. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The day manager Akram was the only person who was helpful. He was polite and courteous and seemed to actually want to help when I raised an issue - everyone else didn't seem to mind.
Cons: The noise in this place is horrendous - two sides of the hotel are very loud roads, and on one side there is a light that shines brightly at the windows. Effectively one corner of the hotel would be quiet and dark enough to stay in.
Pros: The check-in was super. We feel immediately that everybody desire that we feel well in the hotel. Even in the following days everyone was very kind and helpful to us.
Cons: It was very dirty. Some hairs in the towels ... the room and the bathroom weren’t very clean ... even if it was late and we were tired, the sound from the street was very loud and kept us from falling asleep. The last but not the least, the room was very very cold and humid. Heating was nonexistent.
Pros: The staff is very friendly and polite, especially the day workers. Warm accommodation in lobby including a glass of wine (and I've received a bottle of vine and a cake as a present in the room). Cosher breakfast and bar (didn't taste it but people say it's pretty good). Perfect location - 8 minutes walk from railway to airport (17 ₪ and 23 minutes to Ben Gurion Airport), 10 minutes to Central Bus Station, 2 minutes to city tram and busses to the Old Town. You get there in through a cosy little park. Very nice! The room is elegant. My room had a window to the still side, facing another hotel. The room was very clean, the towels and bed sheets were clean and new, the air conditioning was OK. Room is very comfortable with a lot of furniture. I expected it would be worse but I must say it is worth it's money and I've liked the service a lot.
Cons: I've liked everything except for two things: the electric kettle was quite dusty and the bathroom is cold, there's no heating in it and you need to open a hot shower to warm the air. However it's not a big deal.
Pros: Good location, tasty wine on the check in. Good wifi.
Cons: Not the cleanest one, as well a lot of things require renovation.
Pros: Great location: CentralBusStation is near, the tram is near, which makes easy to go to the Old City and Yad VaShem museum, too. The bed was very comfortable, the food was good, too. Kind staff.
Cons: The hotel is in a busy corner, and the drivers in Jerusalem loves to push the car-horns nearly because of everything, so you cannot sleep after 6:30 AM, because of the noise. The restaurant closes at 8:30 PM.
Pros: Bed and staff very friendly and comfortable
Cons: I had to move rooms because of noise children
Prima Kings Hotel is centrally located in Jerusalem, a 2-minute walk from Jerusalem Great Synagogue and 12 minutes by foot from L.A. Meyer Institute for Islamic Art. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in Jerusalem? This hotel has facilities measuring 1292 square feet (120 square meters), including a conference center.
Pros: The buffet at meal time was very, very generous.
Cons: On-going construction noise involved in the up-grading of the facility --particularly in the early morning!
Pros: They kept our family in rooms near each other and my mom was happy with the handicapped shower
Cons: We went there for the holiday we had a great stay great service very clean would definitely go back next year when we visit Jerusalem
Cons: Room very small
Pros: The service was excellent,the staff was friendly and helpful,the food was plentiful and delicious,the room was nice , clean and comfortable..and the location was amazing!
Pros: Mid size Nice staff Modern refurbished room Best location
Cons: Was wonderful
Pros: Location was great. It was fairly clean. Rooms were decent size.
Cons: They were doing construction so there was always lots of construction noise and dirt all over from construction. The elevators were in construction as well so never more then 1 elevator was in use for the whole two weeks I was there and that was a pain. They advertise 4 star but it was more like a 3 star American standards. The staff were not as friendly as they could have been.
Pros: The staff was great. Room was very comfortable. Daily treats were always appreciated. The Kings lounge was really very nice and the courtesy breakfast was a very nice touch. Will be back again for sure.
Pros: Great location, newly renovated, rooms attractive and comfortable.
Cons: Bathroom could have been cleaner
Pros: Very helpful to my husband who is in a wheelchair gave us access to Business lounge and a voucher for breakfast.
Cons: Floor in bathroom should be less slippery for disabled guests