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Last October, we visited and stayed at Dan Jerusalem. One member of our team went to the hospital and was given a prescription. There was no pharmacy at the hospital so we asked the front desk (guy names Firas) to call the pharmacy, filled the...More
My stay was arranged here by an American tour company. The location on a hill provides incredible views of Jerusalem. The hotel is clean and inviting. The air inside smells like a soft, rich, handsome man. There are many places to walk around. Plenty amenities...More
I throughly enjoyed my stay here and will definitely stay again. This was my first visit to Israel and the group I was traveling with stayed her for a few nights. Even more than the clean rooms and good food, it was really the customer...More
I am disappointed at the dirt and rubbish between the two twin beds. A piece of candy got to my shoe as I first checked into the room. For a hotel of this caliber to have subpar cleaning is disappointing.More
Thank James S
Response from DanHotelsIsrael, Guest Relations Manager at Dan Jerusalem HotelResponded yesterday
Thank you for your comments, you are of course absolutely right.
It is always a priority to ensure the comfort and safety of all our guests, so we are sorry to hear when unusual incidences of this nature occur.
We have ensured some...More
This hotel is the best value in Jerusalem! The hotel is located in ancient Mt. Scopus with incredible views of the Mount of Olives, Kidron Valley and Temple Mount as well as a panorama of Jerusalem that is unrivaled by other hotels. This massive hotel...More
1 Thank Tony C
Response from Avital H, Guest Relations Manager at Dan Jerusalem HotelResponded 5 days ago
Dear Tony C
Thank you for your comments regarding your last visit at Dan Jerusalem.
It is gratifying knowing that guests like yourself, notice the staff's attitude and enjoy their stay.
It will be a pleasure meeting you in person upon your next visit.
Response from DerbyshireTourer | Reviewed this property |
I don’t think so, but there are plenty of taxis and the old city is not far. You can see a part of it from the roof terrace bar. If you walk, the new city tram line is very near the hotel, downhill, and in a few stops... More
I don’t think so, but there are plenty of taxis and the old city is not far. You can see a part of it from the roof terrace bar. If you walk, the new city tram line is very near the hotel, downhill, and in a few stops you’re there! Best wishes, David. U.K.
Response from VisitIsrael | Reviewed this property |
If you use a laundry service where you drop off and pick up your laundry they charge per kilo at around 8-11 shekels per kilo of dry laundry. If you are able to make this extra stop while on tour, go for it. If not pack a... More
If you use a laundry service where you drop off and pick up your laundry they charge per kilo at around 8-11 shekels per kilo of dry laundry. If you are able to make this extra stop while on tour, go for it. If not pack a bit more clothing.