Dan Jerusalem0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
If you're coming to Jerusalem to visit the Old City and be near the new city and center of the sights, restaurants and action in Jerusalem, this is NOT the place to stay. The hotel is very nice and accommodating but nothing is nearby and it is easily a 45 minute walk, $15-20 cab ride or walk and tram ride to the center of the city. It simply not a convenient location for a visit to Jerusalem.
I have being to Jerusalem about 5 times now and counting. The company would always decide to use this hotel because of their hall space that can accommodate 400 plus participants. The breakfast doesn't have sausages I guess that's ISRAEL and no baked beans, the waiters I don't understand seem to be at war with the guest. Room service needs servicing. Cleaners are always trying to steal items from your room. Asked hotel management to put cameras on all floors to know who is going to whatever part of the rooms or hotel but they refuse to do that it's being 4 years now and counting we made that request. Anyways I guess they don't really care what happens. If you have a choice stay in King David Hotel but if you really have to sure this hotel too is good.
We have spent last Passover in Dan Hotel in Jerusalem, a couple accompanied with a 3 years old toddler. Right at the reception, we were welcomed with some delicious cakes, cookies and a cold beverage. Check in was swift and the entertainment crew took the time to explain to our little boy all the planned activities throughout the holiday. The room we've checked in to was spacious and had a very nice porch to the open winds and views of Jerusalem. It was very neat, clean, inviting and included both a shower and a bath tub. The festive meal was excellent and the entire Seder was managed in a wonderful atmosphere. Children activities started in the morning, such as animal and soap bubbles activities. Our kid got so excited he didn't want to leave! The hotel has a great pool (indoor and outdoor ones) and fortunately the nice weather allowed us to enjoy a dip in them both. To sum up, we had an amazing experience in this hotel. The crew was very welcoming and courteous and was happy to assist with any request/need we had. We will definatelly be back there soon to celebrate Rosh Ha'Shana with our extended family!
Stay in this hotel for 3 days. Love it. We happened to arrive on a Friday, their Sabbath. The dinner was great! Full of choices, delicious food, we had a great time. Dinner for the other evenings were good, but not as good as the Friday one. Location is good. Taking a taxi back from the Old City is quite easy. My hotel room was big enough and clean. But some of my friends room have mosquito. We informed the staff, and they were very nice and promised to take action. This would definitely be my choice next time when I visit again.
Came for a meeting, so having the venue a bit out of town avoided the distraction of popping out for half an hour and allowed you to concentrate on work. Great situation, great views of the city. FANTASTIC coffee - I mean, really, really good. Breakfast was included and was a very wide selection. The hotel provided an adaptor that worked with my Aussie 3 pin plugs. The hotel rooms were starting to look just a little tired, but for the price I was paying you cannot complain about that. Planning a meeting is always difficult and for this number (5-600) I think the Dan Jerusalem is a great choice. Would I come again - yes.
There is a beautuful view from the hotel to the city center. The staff is really friendly and helpful. Although the hotel is a 4* and i think it was the signs of slow destruction Some rust, painting deficit. The choice for breakfast is huge (but i missed sausage). In the hotelroom some connector could be used with EU plug. Wifi is available throughout of the hotel, the sign is ok.
Beautiful hotel, great customer service. Great buffet breakfast and dinner. Home base for a big Israel tour we were on. They obviously cater to big tour groups, multiple buses unloading lots of tourists Internet was free, but not able to be used in the lower rooms Pool closed, rather annoying since it was hot enough for us to use.
I booked the Family Room but it felt small for 3 guests. The manager talked to us and offered us to be upgraded to a suite that we will have a living room that has a pull out sofa for our son. They were very accommodating and they want to satisfy their guests and they above and beyond. The property is outside of the Old City of Jerusalem but there's a train station that is approximately 5 minutes from Dan Jerusalem. We use the train to go back and forth. The hotel offers buffet breakfast or access to King David Lounge rate. We decided with buffet breakfast only due to we hardly stay in the room. We were in the room just to take a shower and to sleep. There's so much places to visit in a little time. The only downside with Dan Jerusalem is they have central air-conditioning system that is controlled by the hotel. If you the temperature is not cold enough for you, they can bring electric fan to your room. But if temperature in the room does not bother you, then it is worth staying here.
We had a beautiful room with a separate bedroom. The decor was pleasing and the room was very clean as was the lobby and dining room. My absolute only complaint is that there was no air conditioning and we were there during an extra hot spring season. We were told that they don't turn on the A/C until April. There were no ceiling fans so we propped open the balcony door and got a good breeze. Luckily it was quiet outside and there were no bugs, other wise I don't think we would have made it. We were there with a large tour group, and though the food was good, it became monotonous as it was the same every day for our breakfast and lunch.
I have stayed in this hotel twice, 3 nights for each visit, always be with a group of friends. Bedroom size is general, not spacious. Wifi was ok. Breakfast and dinner at this hotel were ok and always be full of guests. They provided many kind of salad and dressings. Bread and pastry were ok. Having dinner in this hotel, you could eat various cakes or pies and some other desserts. Fried noodle was ok and so was barbeque.
Located in East Jerusalem within a mile (2 km) of Rockefeller Museum, Dan Jerusalem is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Garden Tomb. This 505-room hotel has conveniences like 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. Temple Mount and Dome of the Rock are also nearby.
Enjoy dining at Spark - Cafe Restaurant, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
Dan Jerusalem's 505 recently renovated rooms provide sofa beds, minibars, and free newspapers. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Hair dryers, safes, and phones are also available.
Guests of Dan Jerusalem enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a health club. Free parking is included with your stay. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a spa tub, a sauna, and outdoor tennis courts.
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75% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1096 reviews