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I stayed at the Ambassador Hotel during a week in mid July and enjoyed my stay very much. The hotel offers you the real and true local and arabic feeling in a great location in Jerusalem. The hotel is located on one of the hills...More
I stayed here for three weeks on business. Staff was great. They handled my bookings made from an external booking site smoothly, even when they had to merge them. The back patio and deck are quite nice, both in the morning for breakfast and at...More
We stayed for 3 nights and it was a comfortable stay overall. The room we had was quite spacious and had a balcony, which was very convenient for enjoying the cooler summer evening weather! Staff were friendly and helpful. Bed was comfortable and good channels...More
Nice place to stay for a short business visit at a reasonble price. Breakfast included, but not that much variation in it. With it Nice lounge and restaurants for dining. No swimming pool. Rooms on top Floor have Nice balconys at garden site.
We chose this hotel for a business trip to Jerusalem. We have been positively surprised by the cleanness of the rooms and the good quality of the cooking. The professionalism of the whole staff was really appreciated, in particular Mrs. Ranjana, who helped us with...More
I did not use the mini-fridge and was not aware there was a shuttle. I brought home some dead sea toiletries and have yet to use them up. I especially like the dead sea soap that was in the room and brought a couple of bars... More
I did not use the mini-fridge and was not aware there was a shuttle. I brought home some dead sea toiletries and have yet to use them up. I especially like the dead sea soap that was in the room and brought a couple of bars home. I used the shampoo while at the hotel and it was great on my hair. There are quite a few things that can be visited nearby and are a short cab ride away. Traffic is intense, though, and traveling mid-morning or mid-afternoon is best. I was on a tour and we took a bus everywhere sometimes just to travel a few miles. The guide really made the visits meaningful with his commentary. If you want to go it alone, I would stay at a hotel like the Ambassador, which is reasonably priced, clean, well-staffed and near the old city and take one day bus tours to see the sites you are interested in. If you are visiting a museum such as the Isreali Museum, make it an all day event and take a cab. It was a $20 cab ride from the hotel. There is no need to book a taxi in advance but I would book the bus tours in advance.