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Royal Jerusalem Hotel

Jerusalem, Israel (JRS)

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Based on 650 reviews
Royal Jerusalem Hotel is the perfect choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Jerusalem. From here, guests can enjoy easy acc
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Classic Double / Twin - Royal Jerusalem Hotel - 1

Classic Double / Twin

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$428 $300
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  • One Double Bed or Two Twin Beds

This air-conditioned room offers cable TV, a phone, a mini-fridge and a private bathroom with a bath or shower.

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Classic Double / Twin with View - Royal Jerusalem Hotel - 2

Classic Double / Twin with View

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$442 $310
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  • One Double Bed or Two Twin Beds

This air-conditioned room offers cable TV, a phone, a mini-fridge and a private bathroom with a bath or shower. The room overlooks the Beit Hakerem neighborhood.

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Classic Double / Twin with View (2 Adults + 1 Child) - Royal Jerusalem Hotel - 3

Classic Double / Twin with View (2 Adults + 1 Child)

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$464 $325
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  • One Double Bed or Two Twin Beds Plus One Singe Bed

This air-conditioned room offers cable TV, a phone, a mini-fridge and a private bathroom with a bath or shower. The room overlooks the Beit Hakerem neighborhood.

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Classic Triple with View - Royal Jerusalem Hotel - 6

Classic Triple with View

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$500 $350
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  • Three Single Beds

This air-conditioned room offers cable TV, a phone, a mini-fridge and a private bathroom with a bath or shower. The room overlooks the Beit Hakerem neighborhood.

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Family Room (2 Adults + 2 children) - Royal Jerusalem Hotel - 7

Family Room (2 Adults + 2 children)

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$557 $390
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  • One Double Bed or Two Twin Beds Plus Two Singe Beds

This air-conditioned room offers cable TV, a phone, a mini-fridge and a private bathroom with a bath or shower.

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Classic Single  - Royal Jerusalem Hotel - 4

Classic Single

  • One Double Bed for Single Use

This air-conditioned room offers cable TV, a phone, a mini-fridge and a private bathroom with a bath or shower.

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Classic Single with View - Royal Jerusalem Hotel - 5

Classic Single with View

  • One Double Bed for Single Use

This air-conditioned room offers cable TV, a phone, a mini-fridge and a private bathroom with a bath or shower. The room overlooks the Beit Hakerem neighborhood.

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Royal Jerusalem Hotel
Rupin Bridge at Herzl Boulevard, Jerusalem, Israel 91033


Guest Services and Amenities
The Hotel offers a variety of restaurants, shops and services for guests, including a beauty salon, fine jewelry and gift shops, massage and body treatment options, laundry/dry cleaning service, easy access parking and more. The totally renovated Internet Center, comprised of 6 internet stations and copy machine, fax and printer is open 24 hours per day.

Why Stay Here?

  • FREE Breakfast
  • FREE Wi-Fi
  • FREE Parking


Well Appointed Guest Rooms
Royal Jerusalem Hotel consists of 246 tastefully appointed rooms, including spacious family rooms and elegant two bedroom suites. Each room is furnished with central air conditioning/wireless internet, direct dial telephones, hair dryer, cable television and radio.


Local Area
This hotel is located near the entrance to this cosmopolitan and historic city; a quick 35 minute ride from Ben Gurion International Airport and yet easily accessible from all sections of Jerusalem. They are within walking distance to the Knesset (Israeli Parliament), Supreme Court, Hebrew University, Israel Museum, Biblelands Museum, Blumefield Science Museum, Jerusalems Central Bus Station and the Binyanei Hauma Convention Center, as well as just a short ride away from the unparalleled wonders of the Old City and the unforgettable Holocaust Memorial of Yad VaShem.

More To See and Do

  • Israel Museum
  • Jaffa Gate
  • Damascus Gate
  • Western Wall
  • International Convention Centre

AMENITIES:
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Banquet Facility
  • Beauty Shop/Salon
  • Breakfast Room
  • Business Services
  • Cafe
  • Car Rental Desk
  • Coffee Shop
  • Concierge Desk
  • Conference Rooms
  • Currency Exchange
  • Dry Cleaning Service
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Fitness Facility
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Full Breakfast
  • Gift Shop on Property
  • Indoor Pool
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Luggage Storage
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • On-Site Check In
  • Restaurant
  • Retail Stores
  • Room Service
  • Secured Parking
  • Shopping
  • Shuttle To Airport (surcharge)
  • Train Access
  • Wake-Up Service
  • Widescreen TV
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 650 reviews
from Jerusalem, Israel
Submitted on 17-05-2016
My husband and I were treated to a weekend at this hotel (part of a group of altruistic kidney donors of which I am one) and we were very pleased with the room, which was spacious and clean and well appointed. The food and service in the dining room left more to be desired (though none of us left hungry). This is a very big hotel that caters to individuals but also to large groups of all sorts. If food isn't a top priority this is a good choice for a Jerusalem accommodation close to the entranc... Read more
from Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-05-2016
Booked Renaissance Private Luxury Suite in Jerusalem for my family of six for two nights via bookings.com, worst mistake of my long travel career. Turns out the company is essentially only virtual, a single guy living in Florida misadvertising posh apartments in Jerusalem at the Ramada. He has taken off my card over a thousand dollars, more than twice the original asking price and we did not step a foot in the apartment. I don't understand how bookings.com allow such rackets to use its service... Read more
from Haifa, Heifa, Israel
Submitted on 21-05-2016
The basic thing bringing toilet paper to the rooms you need to call and if they'll answer it still won't arrive. Such service is even worse then 1 star hotels. Don't come here even though the food is tasty. It seems that cleaning the room properly after last person even this they dpn't do you can find stuff of others.
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Submitted on 28-05-2016
Stayed in the hotel for a Bar Mitzvah weekend, The hotel is very old and struggling to stay updated, my room was in a high floor, the business lounge is not operating on the Jewish weekend, The food was very good and the staff and service were good . Overall very nice.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 30-05-2016
Stayed here for a seminar in summer 2015. I was in the 'older' wing but the whole hotel felt remarkably shabby for such en establishment. The room was rather miserable and faded. Photos of world leaders at the hotel remind you of better days. The breakfast was acceptable but like much of the hotel, behind the times. The staff were friendly, but I would avoid this hotel if possible and check into one of the Atlas boutique hotels for an altogether better experience in this beautiful city. Wifi in ... Read more
from Hollywood, Florida
Submitted on 18-06-2016
I love the service at the hotel. The rooms are always very clean, great views from the rooms and overall it is a nice place to stay. We were treated really nicely by everyone. The food in the lobby is a bit pricey but it is a very relaxed ambience for dates and meetings.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 28-06-2016
The Ramada, located near the bus station and the new light rail as well as near Hebrew University and the Knesset is a quietly elegant hotel. Its rooms are very comfortable, its public spaces welcoming and its food, always changing and delicious. The indoor and outdoor pools and the modern gym make it an all season oasis. Because of its proximity both to the Begin Highway and the Jerusalem Tel Aviv artery, the Ramada is an ideal base camp from which to venture beyond Jerusalem, whether for bu... Read more
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Submitted on 30-06-2016
The ramada Jerusalem is a great hotel for its price the hotel is nice but not major the rooms are nice the breakfast is good the service at breakfast is so so some waiters will really please you and some will try to ignore you could be it was the end of Ramadan that's why The room service is the worst it took 45 minutes to brink up a coke and 3 milkshakes
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Submitted on 23-07-2016
The food is not cooked well ... dishes and utensils are not clean ... the service is very bad .. i get eggs 2 time they are not cooked good .. not only one day I've been here many times is same .. no coffee section
from Boynton Beach
Submitted on 18-08-2016
Only stay here if you must. Meaning - if you are Ultra Orthodox with food restrictions & have many children. We stayed here to be with family with these requirements. There are children everywhere. The elevators take forever. The Israeli breakfast is good but extremely crowded. I would not consider this a "tourist" hotel, rather an Israeli Hotel. I originally booked a "junior suite" thinking I would have relatives stay over night. I immediately changed to an executive room. The "suite" was ... Read more
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Submitted on 05-09-2016
Internet very poor for a hotel of its range, the new wing is great but the 1st floor of the Royal Wing was horrible. Food was average but the dinning room manager was such a great host. Concierge was very unfriendly. Front office and rooms division personnel were five star.
from Birmingham, Alabama
Submitted on 12-09-2016
The Ramada is a very nice hotel with terrific views of the city from the upper floors. Every room has a balcony utside. The hotel is conveniently located near the Jerusalem market and transportation by city train.
from Rockledge, Florida
Submitted on 25-09-2016
It was a great stay, the room was very clean, comfortable, the food was awesome, I will stay there next time i am in Jerusalem. The hotel is close to the light rail so getting around Jerusalem is very easy.
from Miami, Florida
Submitted on 12-10-2016
This is a very nice hotel and very enjoyable stay. We stayed almost an entire week. Please use the TRAIN (or Trolley) that is only a couple of blocks away. You can go back and forth to the old city and to Ben Yehuda street. Very accessible to get around. We really enjoyed this place. The views on the upper floors are spectacular. This is not near the "old city" so don't expect to see that view from your rooms.
from Jerusalem, Israel
Submitted on 14-10-2016
We stay because I have difficulties in walking. I love the prayers in the hotel. The food before and after fasting is good and the rooms are nice. The problem was after the fast 2 from 4 elevators didn't work, because children played with them and no one from the hotel didn't tell them any thing. There was a long line of people in wheelchairs and old people couldn't go up for more then half an hour. Please take better care in this holy day
from San Antonio, Texas
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Stayed at the Ramada in Jerusalem in July 2010 with my church group during a Holy Land Tour. It was nice but I don't consider it a 5-star. The food and service was mediocre. I wouldn't stay there again. Stayed in July 2010.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 19-10-2016
I was with a pilgrimage group last February 2016 and Ramada Jerusalem Hotel was our home for 3 nights. My room has a nice view of the Ruppin Bridge. This hotel is quite dated. Wifi is free at the lobby. The lobby is big. They catered a buffet breakfast and dinner and it was good. There's a cafe/restaurant by the lobby and a gift store.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 25-10-2016
Ramada offers a good deal for what you pay for. Nice rooms, slightly firm beds, decent bathrooms, and nice facilities. Food is by far the standout feature, with a varied and delicious buffet and a fantastic serving sizes at the Lobby Cafe (although not cheap). Two downsides are location (not in central Jerusalem, right by a busy motorway) and service at times (waiter almost threw food to table in dinner buffet, reception refused to look after my jacket for an hour).
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Submitted on 25-10-2016
We stayed here for several days in October with a group touring Israel for the Feast of Tabernacles. The hotel was very clean, nice pool and sauna, and good food. The shops offered pretty good deals as well. They need to have a price list for drinks at the bar. We would stay here again.
from Godalming, United Kingdom
Submitted on 02-11-2016
We spent a week here on a half-board basis (breakfast and dinner). Our room was spacious, comfortable and clean, albeit lacking in character. Good sound insulation from the double glazing (very necessary) and effective A/C. Typical Israeli buffet breakfast with splendidly wide range on offer gave a good start to the day. Pity about the lukewarm coffee distributed by aimless staff. They lacked efficiency and needed more training. They should have coffee machines where you can get your coff... Read more
from London
Submitted on 16-11-2016
Stayed overnight here on the last day of a bike ride. The hotel is huge and the rooms need some work as are dated but clean. Had a farcical check in where the receptionist would not accept that the key cards to the room would not work. Only after 12 cards had been tried and persistence on my part was I given a conventional key. The air conditioning in the room was inefficient which made sleeping quote difficult as we could not keep the balcony door open due to music coming from one of the other... Read more
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