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Very good location. Walking distance to many restaurants (chakra is good), mamila mall, old city, david's tower. Outdoor heated pool (warm enough to swim in february) Breakfast is ok, but could be better for an hotel at this class.
My wife and I spent a couple of days at Cramim, each getting multiple spa treatments. The spa staff members all were experts in their respective disciplines, traditional massage, reflexology, extremities and hot stone massage. The spa is run in a highly professional and courteous manner - really ...
My first time to Jerusalem and I spent three nights at the ACH. It was the perfect place to use as my home base. Will definitely be returning to Jerusalem in the near future and can't imagine staying anywhere else. The garden, food, staff, bar and buildings are all first rate!
Staying at the hotel was nice mainly because of its location. However, I thought the rooms where somewhat small for the rate. Breakfast was excellent and so was service. On the other hand, food on the Terrace could be a little better.
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Private tours of the city can be arranged to help you make the most of your time. Many of the historical and religious sites are concentrated within the Old City walls, including the Tower of David, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Western Wall and Temple Mount. Beyond the Old City, you should also make time to visit the Israel Museum, the spectacular lookout points of the Haas Promenade, and the sombre and moving Yad Vashem – Israel’s Holocaust memorial and museum that stands in the memory of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis in Europe.
Jerusalem city centre is the place to head for shopping and nightlife, with high-end boutiques and stores as well as fine-dining restaurants. The cuisine of the region is rightly lauded, and there are many chefs making a name for themselves on the global scene thanks to their modern interpretations of traditional cooking, using the best produce and culinary skills that the area has to offer.
There are five-star hotels in West Jerusalem and East Jerusalem, well-located for exploring both neighbourhoods as well as the historic heart of the Old City. In a five-star hotel, you can expect all the comfort and services you require, from air conditioning and pools in which to cool off, fitness equipment and restaurants, as well as high-speed internet and other business services for those who need to stay connected during their time away.