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It's an old hotel - the first I've been in with actual keys for the doors in nearly a decade, and that includes other locations in Israel and Egypt - that's had some renovations but could stand a few more. Like those doors/keys (the lock on our door required a lot of jiggling; the interior door chain was broken; and there was no peep-hole). Also, the air-conditioning was a travesty. The controls make absolutely no sense, and half the lettering was worn off, raising the level of challenge considerably. Also, the AC in one of our 2 rooms smelled like rotting cabbage. All. The. Time. We had to just grin and bear it, but it was so overpowering that you never truly "got used to it" and I would catch a nasty nosefull even in the middle of the night. Also, there were more than a few spiderwebs in the corners, closets, and lamps. Yuck. There's a dining room that serves breakfast daily, although there is a considerable difference between weekday and weekend (Friday-Saturday) breakfast. Which is to say, the weekday is rather meager, and the weekend is extravagant (and quite good). There's also a lounge with a bar/coffee bar on the lobby level, and there are menus there, but it all seems rather informal and mysterious, as even on a Friday there was no one working in there and it took 45 minutes to order a salad once the front desk tracked someone down. Don't plan to find food at the hotel after breakfast - look elsewhere.Lastly, the pool is amazing. Nicest I've seen outside Vegas.

The room was ready for us when we arrived. We had a rollaway bed for the third adult. Beds, clean white linens, comfortable. Clean bathroom. Breakfast confussing, 15 shekels, no it's 30 shekels, so sorry, $30 no $100. Empty dining room. No wonder. We left to go and ding breakfast.

Gdud Barak 17 Tiberias

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Sea of Galilee
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Located in Tiberias Old City, Leonardo Hotel Tiberias is within a 10-minute stroll of sights such as Sea of Galilee and Saint Peter's Church. This 198-room hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.


Dining

In addition to a restaurant that serves dinner, there's also a lobby lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

Leonardo Hotel Tiberias's 198 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, free international calls, and safes. TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Hair dryers, phones, and desks are other standard amenities.


Property features

Leonardo Hotel Tiberias features an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and coffee in a common area. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with luggage storage, dry cleaning/laundry, and securing valuables. This hotel also has laundry facilities.

Room options

Junior Suite

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 4

Deluxe Panoramic Room, Sea View

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 4

Family Room

1 Double Bed and 2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 5

Guest reviews for Leonardo Hotel Tiberias

Everyone (2)
3

nice enough overall

Everyone

It's an old hotel - the first I've been in with actual keys for the doors in nearly a decade, and that includes other locations in Israel and Egypt - that's had some renovations but could stand a few more. Like those doors/keys (the lock on our door required a lot of jiggling; the interior door chain was broken; and there was no peep-hole). Also, the air-conditioning was a travesty. The controls make absolutely no sense, and half the lettering was worn off, raising the level of challenge considerably. Also, the AC in one of our 2 rooms smelled like rotting cabbage. All. The. Time. We had to just grin and bear it, but it was so overpowering that you never truly "got used to it" and I would catch a nasty nosefull even in the middle of the night. Also, there were more than a few spiderwebs in the corners, closets, and lamps. Yuck. There's a dining room that serves breakfast daily, although there is a considerable difference between weekday and weekend (Friday-Saturday) breakfast. Which is to say, the weekday is rather meager, and the weekend is extravagant (and quite good). There's also a lounge with a bar/coffee bar on the lobby level, and there are menus there, but it all seems rather informal and mysterious, as even on a Friday there was no one working in there and it took 45 minutes to order a salad once the front desk tracked someone down. Don't plan to find food at the hotel after breakfast - look elsewhere. Lastly, the pool is amazing. Nicest I've seen outside Vegas.

By , from Washington DC on Jun 7, 2017

Review comment responded on Jun 12, 2017

Dear Guests, Thank you for taking the time to answer the feedback We would be happy to host you again and make you a corrective experience , Yana Keitelman P.R

4

overlook the sea of galilee

Everyone

The room was ready for us when we arrived. We had a rollaway bed for the third adult. Beds, clean white linens, comfortable. Clean bathroom. Breakfast confussing, 15 shekels, no it's 30 shekels, so sorry, $30 no $100. Empty dining room. No wonder. We left to go and ding breakfast.

By , from Florida on Apr 14, 2017

Review comment responded on Apr 28, 2017

Dear Guest Thank you for taking the time to answer the feedback We would be happy to host you again .

Leonardo Hotel Tiberias

Gdud Barak 17, Tiberias, 1420823
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