After having stayed for 15 nights during the Passover and Easter holiday I can easily say that the staff of this hotel went WAY out of their way to accommodate myself and my Mom in every form possible.
After requesting a low floor so that my Mom would have easy access to her room Michal made sure that we would be on the first floor, the lowest floor though it is actually 4 small staircases up or 2 flights in an elevator, and that she would have a deluxe room at the best rate.
When we came to check in both Michal and Adi went out of their way to make sure that my Mom would have the best room for her purposes and they arranged that we should have the 09 series room which has a couch that opens and a nice airy view of the center of town.
Though I cannot say that this hotel would be considered a boutique hotel in other countries the furniture and appliances were brand new and the staff was always ready to keep the rooms spotless and everything in working order.
I know that I will be leaving names out because there was SO many staff members who were extremely helpful I must again thank Michal and Adi, and thank as well George, Max, Ameer, and Alladin. There were so many others as well but I can't remember their names though I do remember their smiling faces and their help.
I should say that there is a parking lot which is crucial for the downtown area but I believe currently there are approximately 10 spaces available for a 48 room hotel.
Also, for this trip, an excellent breakfast was served across the street at the Lev Yerushalayim so you basically get 2 hotels for the price of one. A dining facility should be available soon at the Agripas and currently there is a beautiful rooftop view where you can read your paper and have your coffee while seeing the stunning scenery of Jerusalem.
Let me be clear that the rooms at the Agripas are far better currently then those at the Lev while the dining experience at the Lev is excellent so you really are getting the best of both worlds.
After having read some of the other reviews prior to coming to the Agripas I was q little concerned by some of the complaints but after having been there for more than 2 weeks I can easily sat that MY experience was excellent and I had NO issues whatsoever with my stay.
Again I would like to thank the management and staff for their hospitality and as they say in Israel in Hebrew, LeHitraot, see you again sometime soon.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of a vibrant and magical holy city, Agripas Hotel exudes the mystery and exoticism of another world. This is the ultimate escape, a cool haven of discovery and pleasure. Whether seeking an engaging nightlife scene, renowned fine dining or a day of spa relaxation, Agripas Hotel is a luxurious experience, evoking a sophisticated, chic ambiance with discreet and effortless service. Its opulent interior blends precious furniture with sumptuous velvet and other rare textiles, creates an intimate atmosphere with a modern edge, mixing old and modern style together, in parallel with old and modern Jerusalem. With 52 rooms, consisting of 4 opulent suites and 48 guest rooms, and spa with beauty salon and fitness center, Agripas Hotel is a world apart, free of everyday concerns. ... more less
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