Inbal Jerusalem

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

3 Jabotinsky Street, Liberty Bell Park, Jerusalem, 92145, Israel
Inbal Jerusalem Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families92
  • Couples87
  • Solo91
  • Business89

More about Inbal Jerusalem

One of the Best

by Goner about Inba Hotel (was the Laromme)

The Inbal Hotel is a lovely hotel in Jerusalem. The rooms are spacious and the rooms on one side of the hotel have a great view of Old Jerusalem. The name has been changed from Laromme to Inbal Jerusalem Hotel since I stayed there.

This hotel was included in our tour. The Inbal Hotel has 278 elegantly furnished rooms, ranging from standard, deluxe, and deluxe with balconies. All bedrooms are equipped with mini-bars, air conditioning, direct dial telephones and cable TV.
The Inbal Hotel features 16 luxury suites and 6 penthouse suites each consisting of a bedroom, living room, dining area for 4, Jacuzzi, balcony with Old City view which is spectacular at night.

Rates for 2003 are:
Single room $135.00
Double room $155.00

and of course more for the luxury and penthouses.

Extreme Comfort

by Goner about Then called the Laromme Hotel, Now the INBAL Hotel

This would be considered a four-star accomodation with an eight-story atrium in the center which can be viewed from the balconies and stairways. At night we could see illuminated Old Jerusalem from our window. They have a lovely pool and the best pillows I ever slept on, I've been tempted to write them and ask where they get those PILLOWS! The rooms are spacious and the windows to the outside can be opened, which is unusual for a hotel in the US.

Shalom at the Inbal Hotel!

by TripAdvisor Member TamaraFlorida

this is the 4th time I have stayed at this hotel. It continues its excellent service, both in dining rooms and in clients" rooms.
The housekeeping is immaculate, the front desk personnel speak English very well. The hotel is well situated, near the park and not too far from the shopping area. The breakfast buffet is to die for! Food is excellent. I always send my FIT clients there, and they always return with excellent reviews.
they have wonderful shops in the hotel--no need to go anywhere else. I was there for 4 days with a national womens' convention, and they handle groups wonderfully.
The only problem, and I see this in most of the hotels in which I stayed in Israel, the bathtubs are too high to get into and out of, which means that a shower is practically mandatory.

Gourmet Food

by Goner about Then called the Laromme Hotel, Now the INBAL Hotel

The first dinner at the Inbal Hotel was in the main dining room and set with lovely linens and dinnerware. Each course was presented beautifully and the food was devine. Every course was delicious, very well prepared and seasoned pefectly.

Excellent Choice in Jerusalem

by TripAdvisor Member Solana75

If you plan to stay in Jerusalem, book your room at the Inbal Hotel. I booked the hotel on the internet from the Israel Hotels Guide. The price was moderate ($207/night for 2 people) and paid in advance. Make sure to check the cancellation policy, but don't be put off because booking on other sites will probably be more expensive.

The location is very good: a 10 minute walk to Jaffa gate in the Old City in one direction and the German Colony in the other. The King David Hotel is up the street as well as a few very choice shopping opportunities for jewellery along the way. Downtown Jerusalem is a 15 minute walk and has many dining opportunities as well as most of the only bars in the area.

The hotel itself is beautiful, clean and well maintained. Rooms are average size, comfortable and have everything needed. If there is something you forgot, call the desk and it is brought up in a flash. I asked for a better hairdrier and it was brought up in less than 5 minutes. Batteries were changed pronto in the TV channel changer. They are more than accomodating when asked. Bottled water is also included in your room daily at no additional charge.

Service in Sofia Restaurant is wonderful (look for Mila, she smiles while giving the utmost in professional service) and the food is excellent. Upon arriving, I ordered a tuna salad that was the freshest and most flavorful than anything I've been served in the US. They also have a full bar and wine. Give Israeli wine a try, it's very good, both red and white.

The breakfast buffet is a whole thing into itself. It's included in the room price and a truly amazing spread. Not the hard roll and cheese encountered in most of Europe, but a full breakfast of more choices than one can imagine. A vast assortment of small pastries & yogurt. Many cheeses including hard, soft and semi-soft for various countries. Salad is a big component of breakfast and the assortment includes Israeli salad, tomatoes & mozarella, roasted peppers, roasted eggplant, hummos and a complete complement of do it yourself. A large selection of fish is also included many of which I've never seen (try them all) especially the smoked salmon (with dill & garlic cream cheese). All of this in addition to made to order omelettes, pancakes, scrambled eggs and many other selections. Breads are excellent and plentiful: rye, whole wheat, olive and the best bagels. Large selection of fresh and dried fruit as well as orange and grapefruit juice. The spread is worth the stay and definately a reason to get up in the morning.

The hospitality is understated and very professional. Tours, maps and tour information is at the front desk, not in the room, so be sure to ask. Internet is available in the Business Center on up to date computers. The shops carry upscale merchandise, but not much of a selection of basic needs. Not a problem because there is a small shopping mall near the Jaffa Gate at the Old City.

I was extremely happy with my stay at the Inbal and would highly recommend it to anyone planning a stay in Jerusalem.

Always A Wonderful Place

by TripAdvisor Member rojersey

We've stayed at the Inbal many times and are constantly impressed by how "up to speed" the hotel remains. The most recent renovation provides guests with sumptuous rooms with all the bells and whistles (except for excessive $15.charges for daily internet access)including turndown service, remarkable breakfasts and a great location. Far less expensive than its showy neighbor The King David and located just as well (well, is minus the spectacular views from the KD) it's the best bet in Jerusalem.

Comfort After a day of touring

by TripAdvisor Member RSIERRA

Booked through a tour for 5 days. Rooms were clean and well maintained. The bathroom was small. On Friday nights and Saturday the lobby was crowded and noisy with Shabbat obververs who were hanging out. There were never enough people at the front desk. Also, on Friday night we were going out the dinner with friends who were staying at the King David and we invited them for a drink at our hotel. But everything was closed. But ther bar at the King David was open and bustling. Also the spa is inadequate. I booked a massage. The room was bare and we had to ask someone to turn on the hot tub. There were no robes. Not a bad choice in Jerusalem, just non descript. I usually like hotels with more character of the city.

Really enjoyed our stay

by TripAdvisor Member UWSfamily

We really had a great time. The hotel size is perfect - big enough to have good stores and a good restaurant, but small enough that it feels like a boutique. The extensive breakfast is delicious. The recent renovation is great - and the empty minifridge is a nice touch. Lots of tour groups, lots of families, and we saw 2 weddings in the courtyard during our stay.

Ideal place for my first trip to Jerusalem

by TripAdvisor Member Ellen43

I loved the Inbal--the rooms are pleasant and nicely decorated and the staff were (with maybe one or two exceptions) warm, friendly and helpful. It was very easy to get around the city from this location. It is a short and very pleasant walk to the restaurants on Emek Refaim. You can walk to the Old City from the hotel, though it is easier to take a taxi. Almost all of the taxi drivers who are "stationed" at the Inbal were great and did not try to cheat me like so many of the other taxi drivers around the city (beware!). There is a wonderful gift shop in the lobby (Katy's) with many beautiful and reasonably priced items.

This was my first trip to Israel and I felt very comfortable here. I wanted to extend my stay but the Inbal was sold out so I went to the American Colony which I did not like nearly as much as the Inbal.

The bathrooms are nothing to write home about but they are clean with good water pressure. My only real complaint was that I did not like the buffet breakfast that everyone else seemed to like so much. I did not think the quality of the food was all that great. The dining room was crowded earlier in the morning, but if you go later everything looks a bit picked over. However, the made to order omelettes were very good.


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Forum Posts

Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by AlexyRobnov

My Wife and i doing to a trip in israel in september.
We looking for a good hotels in Jerusalem, the Dead-Sea and Eilat.
Does anyone have a suggestions?

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by gilabrand

There are zillions of hotels, but you don't provide nearly enough information for anyone to help you. If you google around and narrow down the options, let me know and I'll see if I can give advice.

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by gilabrand

Please note that Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, falls on Friday, September 18, and Yom Kippur on September 27. This is high season in Israel, and the prices will be high.

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by rdglady

YOu need to define "good" hotel and indicate what you budget is to get help here. New city? Old city? Fancy? Clean bed only? Pool? etc. etc.

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by unaS

Yes, really would like to help you, but without a price range, and some idea of the *type* of hotel you would like it is impossible - there are just too many of them.

Of course there is always the King David :)
(Where Heads of State usually stay...)

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by AlexyRobnov

Hi again, and thank you for the replies.
We're looking for luxury and deluxe hotel, 5-star hospitality.
In Jerusalem we want to take a tour in the old city,
I find the “Mamilla Jerusalem hotel”, in the city center and near old city, but I can't find a reviews about the hotel. Does some one heard something about that hotel??
The hotel site:

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by unaS

Kind of difficult to give a review for a hotel that hasn't opened yet...


Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by unaS

The David Citadel Hotel (5*) has some pretty good reviews on Trip Advisor

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by gilabrand

Check out the Inbal Hotel, in Liberty Bell Park across from Yemin Moshe. Lots of foreign dignitaries choose to stay there nowadays rather than the King David. It's pretty classy. Here is the link -

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by rdglady

The three large luxury hotels currently open in Jerusalem are David's Citadel, Inbal and King David. Each has its' own pros and cons. They are more or less located in the same area. All are relatively close to both the old and new city. Taking a tour of the old city has nothing to do with the hotel you stay in.

Re: Looking for hotels in Jerusalem

by counsel14

There's also the Olive Tree Hotel. It's got a four star international rating and was wonderful when I was there.


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 Inbal Jerusalem

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Address: 3 Jabotinsky Street, Liberty Bell Park, Jerusalem, 92145, Israel