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out of 14 reviews
“excellent location, secure area, would recommend hotel”
Dinner at hotel a little pricey, but good. Enough selection to make it a location to eat if you did not want to go out.
Great location, could walk everywhere single room was modern and had nice touches (fridge, cookies and water from the manager)
For this kind of hotel, the price was very reasonable. check-in (after flight delay) at 3am went smooth. Room was neat, with a view on the temple mount (6th floor). Elaborate buffet breakfast. Didn't make use of the amenities, so I cannot comment about it. Checkout took less then 1:30 minute. Downside: the hotel doesn't have a parking, but for a cheap price you have one right around the corner.
“Prime is prime”
Very close to the old city. Priced right. Nice lobby to meet guests. Included breakfests were fine. Pleasent experience
The Staff were curteous, friendly and helpful. The rooms were very comfortable The hotel needs to be refreshed but did not detract form the pleasantness of the stay The location was excellent I would be happy to stay at the hotel on the occassions I stay in Jerusalem.
“Great location, not so good parking”
Great location in the center of Jerusalem. Right next to the mill. Walking distance to the Old City and a lot of attractions. Prepare to pay for the parking behind the hotel
Personally for me it was very well located. I have lots of friends in Rehavia, and I enjoy strolling around the ben yehuda mall, and I enjoyed services at the great synagogue. So as far as location is concerned this place gets full credit. I didn't taste dinner, but breakfast is typically Israeli. The hotel lobby is not that impressive, not a great place to hang out. The rooms are a bit small, and the hotel is full of big tour groups which means the lobby and hallways are terribly crowded then. Enjoy Jerusalem, my favorite city.
“Location is great, but. . . .”
Room was tiny and worn. The towels were characteristic of a cheap motel and while this hotel was priced lower than many, it was not inexpensive. No room to put anything down in the bathroom, but the breakfast was very good.
Adequate, but a bit run down. Room was very small. A/C worked well, though.
“Great Location, Tiny Rooms”
You can't ask for a better location in Jerusalem. The Kings is literally in easy walking distance to the Old City, Yemin Moshe and Ben Yehuda. Hotel itself was fine although our room was VERY small.