Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Ruti from California
Great view, double sofa bed very uncomfortablePosted Jan 8, 2014
Pros: Great service, coffee & tea in room, breakfast basket delivered to the room
Cons: better beds
2 bed rooms, a small kitchen & bathroom, with a great mountain view, 20 minutes from Jerusalem. enough room for five, unfortunately the sofa beds were uncomfortable to sleep on.
for Couplesby Hazel from London UK
Beautiful views of the Jerusalem HillsPosted Nov 15, 2013
Pros: The kitchenette facilities & the views.
Cons: Better beds if space. Supply of more variety of hot drink sachets.
Location: It is about 20 minutes' drive from the Jerusalem city limit. A good place for a rest in a scenic location with a lovely swimming pool in the summer.
We stayed one night as we were attending a wedding at the Event Hall which is a few minutes' walk up the hill. The location was very convenient. We liked having a kettle & fridge in the suite so could make tea & coffee whenever we chose. There's also a microwave & outside, a barbeque which we didn't use. The restaurant near reception is independent from the hotel and not kosher. The hotel supplies a good breakfast in a basket delivered to the room, comprising various salads & dips, rolls, pita bread, cheeses & hard boiled eggs, a carton of orange juice & disposable plates & cutlery. It was all very enjoyable and it's possible in fine weather to eat it outside at a table on the terrace. The twin beds were a bit narrow but we had a good night's sleep. Soap in the bathroom is liquid from a dispenser. Milk (3%) was supplied in the fridge & some teabags & coffee sachets - but no decaffeinated coffee or herbal teas. We thought it was good value for money and would return.
for Everyoneby saul from long island
Idealic spot on top of the worldPosted Aug 13, 2013
Pros: Fabulous views Sent of flowers everywhere
Cons: Cafe not kosher no fruit on breakfast tray same every day
Location: Close enough to yerushalaim without the in town feelo
Parking was tough because of weddings an affairs going on searched forb1/2hour at my age can not climb from lowest level to highest .finally parked where I new I should not got up at 6 am to move car if anyone needed to get throughnwas chewed out by guard .he was only doing his job. They need to dedicate some spots bellow pool area and above rooms reception area parking always full and from lower level parking up to room 197 was too much
for Personal Eventby Joe
quiet, solitudePosted Feb 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
If you're looking for a place that off the beaten path this is it. Really there is not a lot to do here, if that's what your looking for. You get a free breakfast which is simple, but plenty. There is 1 store on the way to the lodge, get all your stuff there. It comes with a small mid-sized fridge.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 29, 2012 on Hotels.com
Finding the hotel was tricky, but we finally found it. We stayed only overnite, but it was nice. It was a Kibbuzt a working farm. The countryside was beautiful, peaceful and romantic. Nice place to stay, but no shopping close by.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from New Zealand
Great 'time out'Posted Apr 27, 2010
Really surprised at how good Shoresh Green Hills was. After a busy time visiting all the great sites this was a great place to put up your feet and relax and ponder all that you have done. The villa easily accomodated our family of five (very comfortable) and the star of the property was the breakfast delivered by basket each morning. We found enough food to feed us all for breakfast and lunch! We found it was easy to drive to the locations we wanted to visit in Jerusalem and the Dead Sea/ Masada. I would head back there again and would happily take groups there in the future.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from SF
Beautiful and peacefull place close to Jerusalem.Posted May 21, 2009 on Hotels.com
The property itself is ok - does the job. By Israeli standards even above average in terms of cleanliness and maintenance. There are no even signs of luxury whatsoever - it is quite basic. However the VIEW is worth a million dollars. If you drive a car and need a place to stay close to Jerusalem (15 min) and Tel Aviv (30 min) then this is a good choice. Note however there are no restaurants or other sources of food around :)
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Nice for a reasonable alternative to JerusalemPosted Feb 27, 2009 on Hotels.com
This is a simple, utilitarian place to stay that is really pretty close to Jerusalem (and not so far from Tel Aviv). You will need a car to stay here, however. The breakfast I received was more than generous - and there was enough left over to make a nice lunch, too. If you go in knowing what to expect, this is a great place - and a reasonable alternative for staying in central Israel