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Hotel with 3 restaurants, walk to International Convention Centre Popular property highlights Free WiFi Restaurant Swimming pool Business center Laundry facilities Location Located in the heart of Jerusalem, …Morethis spa hotel is within a 05-minute walk of Supreme Court of Israel and International Convention Centre. Mahane Yehuda Market and Knesset are also within 1 mi (2 km). Hotel Features 3 restaurants, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool are available at this smoke-free hotel. WiFi in public areas is free. Additionally, a health club, a bar/lounge, and a sauna are onsite. Room Amenities All 397 rooms provide conveniences like sofa beds and coffee makers, plus free WiFi and balconies. Guests will also find 24-hour room service, satellite TV, and minibars. Less
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I must admit that I am very disappointed.
It started with a high charge for the parking in the hotel. I have been in many hotels and never have I been charged for parking.
In the bath the cork had mold on it and the...More
Nice and clean room, good breakfast and great service at in and off hours!
The Hotel is very close to historical Jerusalem! The front desk is professional and very helpful.
I was under the weather and i needed a doctor to prescribe me a medication,...More
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Response from Avital K, Public Relations Manager at Crowne Plaza Hotel JerusalemResponded 23 June 2018
Thank you for your review. We were happy to welcome you at Crowne Plaza Jerusalem Hotel!
This is the worst hotel we have ever stayed in 42 years. The rooms are grossly outdated. We had to actually move rooms. The first room was as if it had not been cleaned in many months. The light switches were sticky. The carpet was...More
This hotel has the feel of a place that might have been much better a decade ago. Our stay was fine, but not great. Some parts definitely need a paint job, or repair. Frayed carpeting. Walls scratched, etc...
One bright spot was the buffet. Great...More
I went to Jerusalem as a tourist to see the city itself, not the rest of the Holy Land. The hotel is more than a bit run down and it’s actual restaurant wasn’t open. The buffet meals were a bit pricey but edible. The hotel’s...More