Hotel appears to be far out from the Old City but is actually a 10 minute walk from Damascus gate and there is a short cut to avoid the hill. The bus 75 also stops right outside and at NIS5 trip to the Old City - very reasonable and dont waste time or money on a taxi. Rooms have clearly recently been upgraded and are very clean and modern thought the movement sensor is annoying as if watching TV or reading all the power goes off after about 10 minutes and it is a pain to have to keep moving. (But a good ecologiocal trick by the hotel) the balconies are very small and not enough space to have a seat but I guess unnecessary as the views from side and rear are not at all impressive. The exterior desperatelt needs a face lift and the garden area of plastic seating which is unused is wasted that could be valuable space. also a shame that the hotel has no bar as there is nothing close by and they could capitilise and offer a great service. Breakfast is very good with side range of cakes, breads and pastries along with usual salads and cheeses ... coffee not too impressive!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Re-opened on 15th April 2011, the hotel features 45 luxury guest rooms with modern accommodation facilities in an unmatched boutique style interiors styled in contemporary flares with modern conveniences and modern style furniture including:- Electronic door locks- Air Condition- Telephone- 26" LCD TV with 16 satellite channels- Mini-bar- High speed internet. In addition, our skilled chef provides mix of local, oriental and western delicacies in our open buffet restaurant during lunch and dinner times. ... more less
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