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We are a family of 4 that just had our son's bar mitzvah in Jerusalem. We and all our out-of-towners stayed at the Grand Court for 4 nights. The location is great, along side 3 other hotels about a 10 minute walk from the Damascus...More
The Grand Court hotel is well situated just a short walk to the Jerusalem Old Town. The rooms and bathrooms are spacious and reasonably well equipped for a short stay. The large lobby area can be noisy and there was always a smell of cooking...More
The check-in process was long and delayed, rooms were not ready by check-in time. The rooms and bathrooms were less than basic. The food and service in the dining room was poor. The noise in the lobby was such that you could not carry on...More
We spent 3 very happy nights in the Grand Court as a part of our tour of Israel organised by the aptly named "Tours in Israel" a very good tour company! Our room was a good size, quiet and had all amenities including free internet,...More
It was a lovely stay in this perfect location.the hotel was well equipped and very friendly.
The buffet had a wide selection but lacked fresh fruit rather than tinned.
The staff were very attentive and handled a large group well.
The location was wonderful within...More
I don't recall sushi being at the breakfast bar, but that doesn't mean it wasn't there. There were many different items at the breakfast bar, although less than most hotels. I don't know the cost for an external visitor, but... More
I don't recall sushi being at the breakfast bar, but that doesn't mean it wasn't there. There were many different items at the breakfast bar, although less than most hotels. I don't know the cost for an external visitor, but I'm sure the hotel could answer this question for you.