Ein Kerem Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Jerusalem, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Jerusalem, Ein Kerem Hotel is located a short distance from The Valley of the Communities (1.5 mi) and Mount Herzl National Cemetery (1.9 mi).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Ein Kerem Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, Ein Kerem Hotel offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Jerusalem's popular cafes such as Derech Hagefen, Denya Cafe, and Cafè Shalva, all a short distance from Ein Kerem Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Gornenskiy Monastery (1.0 mi) and Amanut Greenfield Studio (0.8 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Ein Kerem Hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Jerusalem!
We called up before we came to make sure the food was within our requirements (Kosher with the right Hechsher) and were assured it was. Although the price was beyond our budget we thought it would be worth it if we got breakfast as well. We also made sure to ask when we arrived and were again told it is all good (Bedatz). When the breakfast arrived it was not. (Bedatz, although it may be that the other meals are). I tried to contact the hotel and complain as well as warn them I would write a bad review but they never bothered to respond and were altogether not interested.
We spent one night in the hotel due to some medical procedures. The room was moderate in size, clean with the simplest necessities, the bathroom was OK. However, a good renovation and uplifting will do them both a great favor. Also, for some reason basic stuff like extra pillows or blankets and even the usual hotel booklet was missing. The TV had few channels, many in various languages. Due to the Covid pandemic, breakfast was served in the room in disposable dishes, not a great feeling. The staff was very friendly. In all, we had kind of a gloomy feeling in the room and mostly it did not justify the price.
This hotel services people who have relatives in the adjacent hospital, mothers/fathers who have just given birth to babies, tour groups and others. For those who do not have a connection with the hospital, the location adjacent to the hospital may not be alluring. However, the mountain views are quite beautiful, the food varied and plentiful, the staff helpful and the prices very reasonable. For those who have relatives or friends in the hospital and are looking for a place to stay - this is ideal.
We were booked to stay here, half board, for three nights of a tour of Israel. The hotel appeared to be an annex of the hospital next door as well as the forecourt being the hospital bus station. The catering was done by Sodexo, an outsourcing company used by the NHS and MoD in the UK as caterers in their canteens, which explains a lot (ask any UK serviceman). The little fresh meat that was provided for dinner was not cooked properly. There was no fresh bread – it was all wrapped in plastic and therefore soft. There was no fresh fruit – it was all from a tin. Any juice was diluted. Luckily our local tour managers, to their credit, swung into action to cater for the second and third nights evening meals and we ate out at restaurants.
Doctors have no bedside manner. The nurses and rest of staff are ok. Definitely a nicely built and beautiful building with some incredible art. Great art. Not good with helping people though. Best of luck
Really a good hotel for short business stays in the area. calm place ... The rooms are nice and clean. we have a wonderful view on the hills from the restaurant. Affordable .... People who work here are also effIcient to help the guests.
We stayed recently at the Hadassah hotel. It is wonderful that the fantastic hospital provides such a service, especially for sabbath observers. The reception staff and management were cordial and efficient. However, the food on Friday night was unacceptable for the amount it cost. Soup from a mix, noodles in the soup were pasty, sand in the lettuce, a chicken or turkey item that was heavily processed, stringy and dry meat and very surly denial of service when asking for a glass of hot water. breakfast was basic for and Israeli hotel. I would recommend the hotel if needed but save your money on meals.
My grandmother stayed here one night because my grandfather was admitted to the hospital and wanted to be close by. The staff was rude and they charge an insane amount for one night. She ended up finding somewhere close by in Ein Kerem to stay instead of this place. This place is literally taking advantage of people who want to be close to their loved ones. If you're in an emergency situation like she was, go literally anywhere else.
Was in hotel for emergency stay Front desk very slow not friendly Rooms very tiny Expensive for what you get Breakfast ok not the greatest choice Rooms were not cleaned only if requested . Only benefit it’s walking 1 minute from hospital and under shops
I do not believe I am giving anyone a "terrible" review. But they earned it! I had to stay for a week to be close to my wife who was hospitalized. The room was dirty. Stains everywhere. I requested few times to just clean a small part of a tile floor that was filthy and it took me 3 days to get that point across. Horrible. Bad service overall. Bad facility. Bad food (went once to paid in advance breakfast and never came back. I just do not know what else to write but dont stay there if you have a choice. And if all 9f this would come at a low price to reflect the low return I might have be more forgiving, like staying in a hostel. But the price was like a 4 star hotel and the place maintenance was sub par to hostels.......please do not go. If you have to stay as it so close to the hospital - try to at least get the price down to where it should be and I wish you and your family best of luck and full good health. …