The Prima Palace was one of only two hotels available to me on a recent trip to Jerusalem over the... See full review
May 13, 2008
Good place for a night in Jerusalem
This is not one of the most luxurious hotels in Jerusalem, but its proximity to religious... See full review
Jan 2, 2009
This boutique hotel is situated in Jerusalem, near Augusta Victoria and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Situated for travelers of all sorts, but catered towards religious travelers with Netilat Yadim sinks in most rooms, a Synagoguge, a Men's Mikve, and a Glatt Kosherby Badatz Agudat Israel meal service
Ben Gurion, (TLV), 80.00, KM, S;
jerusalem has something for everyone and Prima Palace is located near many religious sites, cultural attractions and much more
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Standard Room-designed for singles, couples or two adults with a child, including Netilat Yadim sinks and many more in-room ammeneties
STANDARD - FAMILY_SAVER
designed for singles, couples or two adults with one child
spacious deluxe rooms amy accommodate singles, couples or two adults and one child
Deluxe with balcony
Deluxe rooms, accommodate singles, couples or two adults and one child with a sofa and other extra facilities in room
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Television with cable
Nearby points of interest
Dome of the Rock: 0.8 mi
Western Wall: 0.9 mi
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
The hotel has at most 8 free secured parking places in a narrow very difficult area to park in. The walls of the room were literally filthy, the furniture was as old as the hills and the electric sockets were falling out of the wall. The food was
below average and to top it off I can't find a bag of souvenirs. I would never recommend this hotel especially at the price i paid.
The Prima Palace was one of only two hotels available to me on a recent trip to Jerusalem over the 60th Anniversary Celebration. The location was convenient to the Old City - 15 minute walk; and cabs were available to the Convention Center and
elsewhere. If you want a quiet place that is not commercial, in the heart of Jerusalem, this is a great place. The hotel is classified glatt kosher, and does cater to ultra-orthodox Jews; thus providing an authentic, practical Shabbat experience. The hotel staff was extremely helpful in connection with getting cabs and answering questions. The Friday night Shabbat meal was very, very excellent! The hotel suggests making reservations for the shabbat meal early in the week, but I had no trouble arriving on Friday and getting a reservation for that night.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Breakfast is included in rates and is a great buffet from 7 am to 10 am.