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Position: away from attractions.
Cleaning: Probably once a month by unskilled staff
The most miserable and old bathroom I was forced to use !!!
Food: Surprisingly, but tasty and varied enough !!
I spent 5 days in Tiberias. The room I had booked was spacious, with a balcony. For me the location was good, because I am a good walker and I also liked walking to the main bus station in Tiberias to reach my destinations in...More
I found this hotel as a side product of my search for a place to spend the nights during the Jacobs ladder music festival winter weekend: All I really was looking for in the hotel was a place to spend the nights during the festival...More
This is the friendliest and most comfortable hotel I've ever stayed in. It is quite and private. The staff is extremely amiable. You can ask any travelling questions and they will quickly and politely come to your aid. The rooms are large and very clean...More
This is an old hotel off the beaten path in Tiberias, Israel. The rooms are large (U.S. style large), clean, and quiet. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. Free parking was provided, but it was a very limited space. Fortunately, we did not have...More
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I can't speak for the hotel, but I can tell you that the rooms in which my eight stayed were the biggest of any hotel I've stayed in Israel. I've probably stayed in at least 10 of the better known hotels in Israel, and the... More
I can't speak for the hotel, but I can tell you that the rooms in which my eight stayed were the biggest of any hotel I've stayed in Israel. I've probably stayed in at least 10 of the better known hotels in Israel, and the Berger had the biggest rooms by far. They were the equivalent of fairly large American hotels.
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"I would choose a room on upper floor, with a view!"