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On a pilgrimage with our church, we were booked at the Jerusalem Gold. To be honest, most of the reviews are very honest. This is a great hotel but not luxurious. The thing that sets it apart is the owner. Ariela at first meeting is...More
The good things: The hotel is right next to Jerusalem's Central bus station with lines running to almost every major city in Israel. Just across the street you have a light rail which runs along Jaffa Street taking you to Mahane Yehuda Market, Ben Yehuda...More
If you are looking for a clean hotel, with extremely comfortable beds and excellent food, the Jerusalem Gold Hotel is the place. It is centrally located next to the central bus station and directly across from the new Jerusalem Light Train. All of Israel is...More
Also for my group this was the first hotel that we arrived at on our pilgrimage to The Holy Land. We were a group of 50 people and our group leader informed us that Israel hotels are expensive and this one is not a very...More
I recently visited Israel and stayed at the Jerusalem Gold Hotel. It is very centrally located situated next to the central bus station and just a two minute walk to take the train to the old city. Only a 5-10 minute ride puts you in...More
US$82 - US$197 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#40 Luxury Hotel in Jerusalem
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Response from AmandaMontana | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure about their dinner package but if it is anything like the breakfast don't book the package (unless you're kosher and have a lot of money to spend) there is a grocery store behind the hotel as well as several... More
I'm not sure about their dinner package but if it is anything like the breakfast don't book the package (unless you're kosher and have a lot of money to spend) there is a grocery store behind the hotel as well as several restaurants. If you walk 10 minutes there is maheme yahuda for food or you can jump on the train behind the hotel to old city. There are plenty of easy and affordable dinner options.
Response from sharonseidel | Reviewed this property |
Nothing is open on Friday evening until sundown, the following Saturday in Jerusalem. It is Shabbat. Well, almost nothing. You can google a list of restaurants and tourists sites open during those hours. At the Gold I think... More
Nothing is open on Friday evening until sundown, the following Saturday in Jerusalem. It is Shabbat. Well, almost nothing. You can google a list of restaurants and tourists sites open during those hours. At the Gold I think you can reserve the special Shabbat luncheon on Saturday. No vending machines at the Gold, no coffee or tea on Saturday.