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Yes, this hotel's mainstay is tourist groups. Our tour group of 53 people stayed at The Grand Court for 6 nights. There were many tour groups from all over the world staying at the hotel, each with their own bus. Breakfast and dinner were included,...More
Although it is catered to large tour groups, the hotel is spacious and one do not feel cramped. My room package included breakfast and dinner. Breakfast was good, dinner was average with good choices. There are 4 computer stations in a quiet corner...More
We live in Israel and came to Jerusalem holiday weekend. The hotel is located in an excellent location close to the city center. We had the car so we arrived within minutes but you can follow. Rooms are cozy and clean. The dining room is...More
This hotel caters to the tourist buss trade: big busses, lots of them, and loads of tourists. The hotel needs updating. It is cavernous, lacking in warmth, and with a staff that is minimally helpful a best. The "fitness room" opens (when you ask) between...More
This hotel is in a great location with walking distance with restaurants and the old city. The rooms are nice and reasonable size. There is Wifi but it only seems to work well in the lobby, when connecting it the room it was either unavailable,...More
US$130 - US$210 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#19 Business Hotel in Jerusalem
#28 Luxury Hotel in Jerusalem
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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.