The room and faciity was fine. The location was very close and in walking distance of Herod's Gate and the Damascus Gate to the Old City. At night, it was safe to walk ,but only in a group. The buffet for breakfast was fine,though the same food each day,but for breakfast, I didnt mind. The dinner buffet was so bad, I stopped eating with my tour group. The food was the same night after night. It seemed to be "recycled" from one evening to the next. Ex: baked fish one night, then the next night, it was the same baked fish but in a yellow sauce or tired,overcooked cauliflower one night,then smothered in white creamy sauce the next night. Everything from the salads, entrees,and desserts were the same night after night. Also, the quality of the food was bland and flavorless,in comparison to other hotels and restaurants in the city. The entree choices were few compared to a vast array of entrees at other hotel buffets.
The staff was friendly and helpful, and I wish i could rate it higher, but the food made for an undesirable stay and I was ready to leave before it was time. I wished I could have stayed elsewhere because Jerusalem was the highlight of my trip.
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- The St George Hotel Jerusalem is located in the heart of Jerusalem city, offering guests a contemporary stay in the center of the historical city of Jerusalem. The St George Hotel is the only choice for international and local visitors, with unparalleled service business and dining facilities, besides the top floor pool overlooking the city of Jerusalem. ... more less
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