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St George Landmark Hotel

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel (TLV)

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Standard King - St George Landmark Hotel - 1

Standard King

  • One King Bed
  • One Bed
This room opens to a balcony. A coffee/tea maker and an espresso maker are supplied.

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Standard Two Singles - St George Landmark Hotel - 2

Standard Two Singles

  • Two Single Beds
This room opens to a balcony. A coffee/tea maker and an espresso maker are supplied.

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Superior - St George Landmark Hotel - 3

Superior

  • One Bed
This room opens to a balcony. A coffee/tea maker and an espresso maker are supplied.

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Executive Deluxe Room - St George Landmark Hotel - 4

Executive Deluxe Room

  • One Bed
This room opens to a balcony. A coffee/tea maker and an espresso maker are supplied.

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Standard, Accessible - St George Landmark Hotel - 5

Standard, Accessible

  • One Bed
This room opens to a balcony. A coffee/tea maker and an espresso maker are supplied.

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St George Landmark Hotel
6 Amr Ibn Ala'as Street, Jerusalem, Israel 91544

Hotel Features.
St George Landmark Hotel features a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool. This 4.5-star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms. This Jerusalem property has 3 meeting rooms. Concierge services and tour/ticket assistance are available.

Guestrooms.
There are 130 guestrooms at St George Landmark Hotel. All accommodations have balconies. Espresso makers and coffee/tea makers are offered.


Based on 178 reviews
from Jerusalem, Israel
Submitted on 20-01-2016
Last century St. George was amoumg the best if not the best hotel in East Jerusalem, My visit today was a real dissappointment,the place looks as a ghost hotel, in the entrance remains of the christmas tree,the once wonderfull rooftop restaurant is closed the nice view is still there The best souvenir shop of the Kandoo family is closed and mooved to Bith Lehem. The main street Salah A Din,is empty and closed shops early afternoo like 1700PM vERY VERY SAD
from Jakarta, Indonesia
Submitted on 09-02-2016
Hotel is really nice with good heater/AC. Nice bed. We had dinner at the hotel and it was really good. Right around the corner of the hotel there is a convenient store selling cigarette, bottled water, snacks. A little more walk and we got to the shopping area with lots of money changer, local shops, bank. We walked to the Damascus gate it was a good walk and took us 10 minutes.
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Submitted on 23-02-2016
I have been to Jerusalem severally and every time I stay at the St. George. I have consistently been impressed by the friendliness and desire to help of the staff. The rooms are clean and they had the heaters turned on during winter which was so comforting. The central location of the hotel and closeness to shops and the old city is a plus.
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 23-04-2016
This hotel is about a 10 minute walk to the Damascus Gate, making it a very convenient location. This hotel is set up for tours and does a good job managing them. The food is good and is served via a buffet. The staff is pleasant and speaks English well. My wife needed some ice for her ankle and the staff obliged graciously. There is an ATM about a 5 minute walk away from the hotel. I would definitely stay here again.
from Nazareth, Israel
Submitted on 25-05-2016
This was my second stay at the St. George and quite a contrast from the first visit. Both times the staff and service was excellent. You could not ask for nicer, more helpful people. The pool was beautiful on our first visit but a closed, under construction mess (with no signs or notice about the mess or closed pool). 2nd visit - there was leftover room service food in the hallway when we arrived and it was still there when we checked out the next day. The carpet was also wet in both rooms. A li... Read more
from Lower Hutt, New Zealand
Submitted on 15-06-2016
This hotel is well located near a bustling and authentic part of East Jerusalem - it's also not a long walk to the old city. The rooms are comfortable, the staff are keen to help and friendly. The restaurant is great and food enjoyable. The top floor has amazing potential but was being renovated while we were there - next time I visit I look forward to enjoying this area of the hotel.
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 03-07-2016
We have stayed here no less than 15 times and the staff and the location are definitely the reason we keep coming back. If you're looking for a Palestinian friendly option for your time in Jerusalem, this is the best option, in our opinion. The breakfast could be better and the cleaning staff aren't always thorough, but we haven't found either in the city so it's still our top choice.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 14-07-2016
I stayed here from the 23rd of June till 7th of July, during my Ramadan and Eid visit. I would like to mention the bad points first firstly, i am from the UK, and Palestine is a very warm place in comparison. However the AC in my room didnt work once in the two weeks i was there, so i sweated my balls off for the whole trip. There was no way for me to feel comfort other than ask to go to a friends room to cool down. At first i didnt know it wasnt working till i walked in to a friends room, i jus... Read more
from Monte Real, Portugal
Submitted on 17-07-2016
We stayed with a group for 4 days. Big swimming pool in the cover with very nice view good for relax after a full day walking arround the old city. The sign says it closes at 6pm but we could use it some time after. The food is good. They just could have more kinds of fruit.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-07-2016
We came here as part of a wider group (Al Buruj Press) who organise annual visits to Jerusalem. Our room overlooked the main road so at nights it did sometimes get a little noisey; but nothing too bad. Our room also had blackout curtains so that bright sun didnt disturb our sleep! The room itself was clean and of a decent size. Our air-con worked just fine so this helped when comimg back from long & hot excursions. The bathroom tiling did seem a little tired and we did come across the odd ant.... Read more
from Kilkenny, Ireland
Submitted on 26-07-2016
I stayed here during my time in Jerusalem, it is such a convenient hotel which I would highly recommend to anyone who is planning on visiting this great city. The best is, it is a short walk from the Damascus Gate entrance to the old city, which was all I needed to embark on my adventures!! staff were wonderful, especially Lara, on reception who was very helpful and kind. breakfast was lovely, so much variety, rooms were first class and so was the swimming pool which had fantastic views, they ga... Read more
from Marinha Grande, Portugal
Submitted on 27-07-2016
My husband and I stayed in this hotel for 4 nights. This hotel has everything to be spectacular, but it turned out to be quite a disappointment due to the management od the staff's fault... We got a quiet bedroom on the 4th floor,with comfortable individual beds, good air conditionind, but that was just about it... The bedlinen was already dirty when we arrived and was never chaged. We moved the beds to be together and that revealed a carpet full of dust, garbage, hair (while the rest of the roo... Read more
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