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Staid there 3 times very good place. Nice rooms, excelent breakfast and free parking. If you buy it off season price is decent
Bed could have been more comfortable and bigger. Kings lounge was excellent as was the food. Air conditioning was far to fierce, it made sitting in the coffee shop uncomfortable.
Hotel is right beside central bus/tram station with lots of shops literally right below you. Many tour operators for the city/region will collect and leave you at hotel but some start from Abraham Hostel at David Square - the tram to David Square is three stops away (going in uphill direction) the ...
the hotel is quite good. 20m walk away from Jaffa Gate but is up and down hill walk. there is not a lot of restaurant or shops close by. and public transportation can be challeging.
Hotel has very nice and clean facilities. The location is on the outskirts of town so it's good for those with a car, doing day trips or part of a tour. Not ideal for people who want to spend lots of time walking around jerusalem from their hotel. Great value for the money though - nice, clean, nice ...
Whether you are coming to Jerusalem for a romantic break or a family holiday, there are many great four-star hotels on offer. Whether you choose to stay in West Jerusalem, East Jerusalem or within the Old City walls, it is easy to explore all the attractions of the city. For orientation, and for a unique view from above, take the Ramparts Walk along the Old City walls from the Jaffa Gate to the Damascus Gate or head to the south-eastern district of Talpiot and the Haas Promenade for its iconic views back across the Old City.
History buffs will be drawn to the numerous museums and other historical sites of interest, including the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem, the Israel Museum and the Rockefeller Museum. The Old City is filled with sites of religious significance, including the Temple Mount with its Dome of the Rock, the Western Wall and unique experience that is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. More modern delights can be found in the Downtown Triangle of West Jerusalem, where you can find many of the city’s high-end shops and boutiques.
No exploration of a city’s culture would be complete without sampling its culinary traditions, and in Jerusalem you are spoiled for choice. The area around the Mahane Yehuda Market is packed with restaurants, and the city centre in West Jerusalem is home to many fine-dining establishments. Don’t miss the regional cuisine on offer in East Jerusalem in any of the Old City’s numerous establishments with a long tradition of expertise. And don’t forget to try the hummus!
In Jerusalem, there are many accommodation options when it comes to four-star hotels, from international chains to independent operators. There are boutique hotels and business hotels, family friendly apartments and historic hotels. Many come with high-speed internet and air conditioning, while some four-star hotels also offer a pool. Whatever you choose, a four-star hotel in Jerusalem can be the perfect base for exploring all the city has to offer.