Ramada Jerusalem

Ruppin Bridge at Herzl Blvd, 91033
(3 star hotel)
#16 of 212 hotels in Jerusalem
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Ramada Chain Hotel in Jerusalem 2

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 23, 2013

part two of my ramada hotel tips with more pictures around the complex

Actually there are two hotels in the Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem, the Main Ramada Hotel, located at the left side of the hotel complex and is geared more for International Tourists and the Royal Wing at the Right Side, which is geared more for the local Orthodox and Ultra Orthodox Jews and you can see Orthodox Couples Dating at the separate royal wing lobby and bar.

The Ramada Hotel Jerusalem is located in the Center of the New Jerusalem and is located near the Knesset Parliament, the Primne Minister's House, Convention Center.

Off course, the one we had was at the regular Ramada Hotel, not on the Royal Wing. They have a several mini shops at the lobby where you can shop for souvenirs and more. for the bar experience, you need to walk to the other wing to get to the bar (it is connected via an air conditioned walkway).

Unique Quality: the Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem is old and the rooms show this as the designs are old (I don't know about the other royal wing part, but I heard it was more clasier) but this was fine for us as we hardly had time to be in the hotel for the two days we stayed as we were around jerusalem and bethlehem for most part of the day up to 9 pm.

amenities include: paid internet and wifi, no complimentaryt bottled water, old tv's, no refrigerator, hot and cold showers, air conditioning, buffet breakfast, etc.

Directions: Ruppin Bridge at Herzl Boulevard, Jerusalem 91033

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Ramada Chain Hotel in Jerusalem 1

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 13, 2013

Actually there are two hotels in the Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem, the Main Ramada Hotel, located at the left side of the hotel complex and is geared more for International Tourists and the Royal Wing at the Right Side, which is geared more for the local Orthodox and Ultra Orthodox Jews and you can see Orthodox Couples Dating at the separate royal wing lobby and bar.

The Ramada Hotel Jerusalem is located in the Center of the New Jerusalem and is located near the Knesset Parliament, the Primne Minister's House, Convention Center.

Off course, the one we had was at the regular Ramada Hotel, not on the Royal Wing. They have a several mini shops at the lobby where you can shop for souvenirs and more. for the bar experience, you need to walk to the other wing to get to the bar (it is connected via an air conditioned walkway).

Unique Quality: the Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem is old and the rooms show this as the designs are old (I don't know about the other royal wing part, but I heard it was more clasier) but this was fine for us as we hardly had time to be in the hotel for the two days we stayed as we were around jerusalem and bethlehem for most part of the day up to 9 pm.

amenities include: paid internet and wifi, no complimentaryt bottled water, old tv's, no refrigerator, hot and cold showers, air conditioning, buffet breakfast, etc.

Directions: Ruppin Bridge at Herzl Boulevard, Jerusalem 91033

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In The New Jerusalem

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 28, 2008

The Renaissance Jerusalem Hotel is located near the entrance to the city on the main artery leading to every section of Jerusalem.
The Hotel is near the Israel Museum, Bibleland Museum, Science Museum, Central Bus Station, Israel Parliament, International Convention Center and other places of interest. Very near to everywhere...
Its a 5 star hotel with helpful staff ( except in Shabbats) and clean comfortably rooms.
The restaurants are efficient.Except for the wine list which is very short ...the rest is acceptable

A DANGEROUS HOTEL

by written on January 6, 2007

I was an overnight guest at the Renaissance Jerusalem Hotel on the night of December 29-30, 2006. Early in the morning of Saturday Dec 30, 2006 there was a fire in the hotel sauna that generated a great amount of smoke. The smoke was clearly apparent in the rooms of all the floors in our wing. THERE WERE NO SMOKE ALARMS. THERE WAS NO FIRE ALARM. THERE WAS NO ORDERLY EVACUATION. THERE WAS A TOTAL LACK OF CONTROL.

This translates into a complete and total lack of concern for the guests. While making our way down the stairs on our own, we encountered a blocked stairway (northern stairway near room number 200(?) blocked at floor number 1).

Perhaps the most disappointing was the attitude of the hotel management which made no apology, comment, or did anything to make this quite frightening experience any less so.

I can only shudder at what whould have happened in a "real" emergency.

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Address: Ruppin Bridge at Herzl Blvd, 91033

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
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