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Stayed there with my son. Exactly as represented.With breakfast was great value. Location is right down the street from the King David and the YMCA. No gym but the YMCA gym is brand new and reasonable. Bring a towel if you want to swim.
I stayed here with a Birthright group for 3 nights. Overall, the hotel suited the needs of the group -- a place to sleep, eat, and gather in a large room.
The layout of the hotel was a bit bizarre. In order to take the...More
We were told by our tour operator that this was a newly renovated hotel. I would say the only thing new in the entire place was the room where they served breakfast. Everything else was as it was in 1970 or whenever the place was...More
Central to Ben Yehuda Street and the Old City. Easy walking distance to each.
Comfortable beds. Quiet rooms. Nice buffet breakfast and helpful staff.
Kindly delivered a kitchen sheet lamp and Shabbat keys.
The King Solomon appears to have seen better days, and is undergoing extensive remodeling, which brings me to my first gripe: we have stayed in other hotels undergoing noisy remodeling, but were given a discount in view of the noise. There was no discount here,...More
Response from KingSolomon_Hotel1 | Property representative |
Our classic rooms are 26m2 and stand with two single beds. The Studios are larger, 32m2 and stand with two double beds. May you wish to have a king size bed, they are available in the Superior rooms with old... More
Our classic rooms are 26m2 and stand with two single beds. The Studios are larger, 32m2 and stand with two double beds. May you wish to have a king size bed, they are available in the Superior rooms with old city view.
Rooms Division Manager