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I had stayed in the Grand Court Beach in Tel Aviv so I was pleasantly surprised. The room was much better in terms of size and appearance; and the dining area was much more appealing. The buffet breakfasts and dinners had extensive choice, and the...More
Stayed there for three nights and was very pleased. The restaurant is massive and the food is plentiful and well presented. We enjoyed being within walking distance to the Old City and many historical sites. The hotel is spotless and the desk/reception is very professional...More
The room are spacious and clean, has a safe in the room and the buffet was huge. It is a modern hotel that is near the old city. But we had problem with the internet which in today's world can become a hassle. It is...More
We stayed at this hotel three nights, it is mostly used by big tour groups. We were a small party of 6, I can imagine it offers good rates to tour operators but I can't still understand the choice.
The room was not really big,...More
Our two-night stay was comfortable in clean rooms. Dining offers a good selection with a cafeteria feel. The food is fine. It reminds me more of a cruise ship feel. GREAT DESSERTS.
Central to all sights.
US$138 - US$208 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#19 Business Hotel in Jerusalem
#29 Luxury Hotel in Jerusalem
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I don't recall sushi being at the breakfast bar, but that doesn't mean it wasn't there. There were many different items at the breakfast bar, although less than most hotels. I don't know the cost for an external visitor, but... More
I don't recall sushi being at the breakfast bar, but that doesn't mean it wasn't there. There were many different items at the breakfast bar, although less than most hotels. I don't know the cost for an external visitor, but I'm sure the hotel could answer this question for you.