Dan Jerusalem0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My experience at the Dan Jerusalem was wonderful. The rooms are very nice. The restaurant offers a vast buffet. The hotel staff was efficient, helpful and friendly. I have stayed in several hotels in Jerusalem and this may be my new favorite. The hotel isn’t in the heart of all the movement but it’s a short cab away. The view from the balcony is stunning as it overlooks the city.
Our tour group is staying here for 2 nights. Excellent buffet choices & large dining area are very clean & bright. There's even a custard machine to have a taste of home with the sprinkles or chocolate on top!
I went with a tour group called Endtime Ministries. And it was my first visit to Israel. I had no expectations but I was told that the food in Israel would be good. Not only was the food good at Dan Jerusalem - it was fantastic! The fruits and vegetables were fresh and the taste of all the prepared dishes were spiced perfectly. I’m a vegan and I couldn’t believe a hotel in Jerusalem had sunflower sprouts and lentil sprouts on their salad bar!! I was pleasantly surprised. And I felt really good about eating it all as they don’t use pesticides like we do in America. The hotel staff were friendly and very accommodating, especially the dining room staff. Excellent customer service. They also had a spa and a gym and they were quite adequate considering that most hotels have small fitness centers. Overall my experience there was wonderful. I would recommend it to anyone, unless you don’t like healthy food. I can’t say enough good about them. Sincerely, Victoria
This is a nice hotel with a unique layout but it is not located in the "happening " area of Jerusalem. This hotel is located on Mt Scopus conveniently located close to Hebrew University and Haddasah Hospital. There is a falafell stand, suhsi place, and pizza joint in walking distance that caters to the university students. It is less than a ten minute walk to the light rail that travels throughout Jerusalem, For less than 6 shekels ( about $1,70) you could be at the gates of the old city or the action of Ben Yahuda Street after a five minute ride. The hotel is constructed horizontally versus a vertical hi rise. The entrance and lobby are actually on the sixth floor. One wing of the hotel has rooms on "9" floors the other wing have rooms on floors "2" and "3". The lobby and open area are very pretty that follows cascading water falls to the 4th floor. Nice city views from the 6th and 4th floors. The rooms are comfortable with bathrooms that sometime in the past had been updated. Hallways , restaurant, and ballroom are a bit "tired" and could use some updating. We were at the hotel for a conference and it worked out, but if you are planning to visit Jerusalem for a few days I would recommend staying somewhere closer to the old city.
Mid level hotel with great potential. With quite impressive architecture and stunning view and lovely grounds it could be one of the most attractive hotels. However maintenance, food quality and general level very average. Partly renovated, another part is not in very good shape. Staff polite and prices in accordance. Ask for renovated rooms with view to old city.
My opinion is that this is a good hotel. Very quite, you may see the town in few minutes using public transportation. There is a valid restaurant and all people are very kind. If you come to Jerusalem i would suggest you stay in this hotel.
Our room had a big balcony with a very nice view overlooking Jerusalem. Nice pool with jacuzzi. Buffet breakfast and dinner. About a 30 minute to the Old City of Jerusalem. Few little shops outside of the hotel. Nice staff.
Convenient access to Route 1, and old Jerusalem as well. We finally got a full nights sleep without the blaring 5 calls to prayer we experienced in Old Jerusalem and the mount of olives. Good food, the buffet is pricey but tasty. The pool, spa and fitness areas were good. Front desk management were wonderful to work with. Rooms were a good size, very nice views.
This hotel was very special. We were here during the holiday of sukkot. The food, staff, and facilities were amazing. There were a ton of tourist busses coming and going but they handled thibfbs beautifully. I’d definitely stay here again.
This hotel is in a quiet location, just outside the Old City area, but now served by the new tram system. There is parking. It is a large hotel with frequent functions and tourist visits. The buffet food is excellent. Staff attitude is good. Thank you staff. The bedroom was somewhat 'tired! and some refurbishment is required. The bathroom size was good. In general, a very fair visitors' hotel. Of especial note is the outside rooftop bar and balcony. This is a wonderful location to watch the night arrive and Jerusalem lit. Try it!
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75% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1166 reviews