Ramada Jerusalem0.0 out of 5.0
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I've stayed at this hotel periodically over the last three years. The staff are warm, caring, friendly. The hotel accommodates the needs of its religious guests: it has a synagogue open and operating every day of the year, but also hosts secular guests, Christian guests, Moslem guests, corporate guests, government guests, celebrities - the hotel is a kaleidoscope of activity, with the best largest ballrooms in the capital. The food in this hotel is the best I've ever tasted at any hotel ever. It is amazing in quality and in quantity. There are beautiful grounds, including an outdoor pool, as well as a huge workout facility and a huge indoor swimming pool. As an older single woman, I felt very safe and cared for here.
Actually there are two hotels in the Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem, the Main Ramada Hotel, located at the left side of the hotel complex and is geared more for International Tourists and the Royal Wing at the Right Side, which is geared more for the locals. The Ramada Hotel Jerusalem is located in the Center of the New Jerusalem and is located near the Knesset Parliament, the Primne Minister's House, Convention Center. Off course, the one we had was at the regular Ramada Hotel, not on the Royal Wing. They have a several mini shops at the lobby where you can shop for souvenirs and more. for the bar experience, you need to walk to the other wing to get to the bar (it is connected via an air conditioned walkway). We stayed here for 3 nights as we were on a holy land pilgrimage and hardly had time but just to sleep and have breakfast. the Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem is old and the rooms show this as the designs are old (I don't know about the other royal wing part, but I heard it was more classier) but this was fine for us as we hardly had time to be in the hotel for the two days we stayed as we were around jerusalem and bethlehem for most part of the day up to 9 pm. amenities include: free wifi, no complimentary bottled water, TV set, coffee maker, no refrigerator, hot and cold showers, air conditioning, buffet breakfast, at the Jonathan Dining Roome, tc.
A modern and clean hotel that serves the most comprehensive Israeli breakfasts in the country. However, be prepared to endure lines at the coffee station, very noisy patrons and their children, long waits for the elevator, and very limited parking. The beds are comfortable, the two pools and workout facility are top notch (for hotels), and the location is convenient to the light rail system of Jerusalem. For me however, I prefer a much more quiet environment, so most likely I will not return. But if travelers have children, this is the right place.
Stayed there two nights. Near hotel, there is city train to visit Jerusalem. Stuff in lobby were very cold, professional but not very friendly. Also other stuff is very "cold" didn't get filling that i am welcomed. Room is clean but small and old furniture. Hotel can be used for visiting Jerusalem, otherwise in that location is not much to do. Food was good, restaurant is separated "meat and non meat" part, so you must decide before entering to restaurant what will you eat. Shortly , not my type of hotel...
This is great hotel in Jerusalem. We have stayed there many times over the yesrs and we enjoy it every time we stayed. It is a very popular hotel for orthodox jews from Israel and from abroad and also suits all kinds of tourists and visitors. Very recomended!
They serve the same food for several days, besides, its not worth it. The crew isnt enough trained to deal with customers. The rooms arent clean enough relatively to the price they are taking for the accommodation.
I stayed there for a for almost two weeks and my husband and I had a very pleasant experience and a great stay at Ramada Staff was nice and service-minded, breakfast was full of choices. I will definitely stay there again
We live in Jerusalem and belong to the Ramada Hotel's health club, and we are thoroughly enjoying the experience. What we thought we would use 2-3 times a week, has become 5 times a week. Best of all--three pools! I use the indoor pool for my laps, and now, in the summer, I then head out to the outdoor pool to enjoy a little sun. The third pool is a lovely, partially shaded kiddie pool. My husband loves the workout room--lots of state of the art machines and an instructor should you need help. Both pools are well maintained, as are the locker rooms. The women's locker room is constantly being cleaned, and wet towels are removed. There is also a steam room, a dry sauna, a schedule of exercise classes in their own room, and a treatment room, where one can pre-order from a selection of massages/treatments. The hotel's beauty salon is also part of the health club area, and it's very nice, with both hair and wig styling available. Members of the health club get free parking and a discount for family members who want to come spend the day at the pool. This is my happy place, and I hesitated in sharing this review, because I'm afraid of crowds now flocking to this wonderful venue; but the Ramada deserves this excellent review for its care and attention given to their health club facilities.
Very nice hotel. Rooms are good sized and the beds are comfortable. We have an awesome view of the old city from our balcony. Only a 5 minute walk to the light rail which you can take almost anywhere you want to go.
Awesome stay in Jerusalem, excellent service, polite staff, kodos to the Management and staff, even the Cleaners were kind and excellent. This Hotel is a much on my next trip to Israel. Easy location for walking and public transport.
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60% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 31 reviews