Sheraton Jerusalem Plaza

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

47 King George Street, Jerusalem, 91076, Israel
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 39% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families76
  • Couples74
  • Solo76
  • Business75

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A Fine Hotel in the City

by VeronicaG about Sheraton Jerusalem Plaza Hotel

Starwood's Sheraton Jerusalem Plaza Hotel was an excellent place to lodge. The service was impeccable, the comfortable rooms nicely furnished and waitstaff attentive.

Amenities include:

24 hr. front desk
babysitting service
beauty/barber shop
car rental service
concierge service
wake up service available
luggage storage
wireless high speed internet access in public spaces for a charge
safety deposit boxes
smoke detectors
parking and valet available
business center
outdoor pools

Having free access to a computer was a terrific feature, so I made use of it often at the business center. I particularly appreciated having "boutique shopping" off the lobby where jewelry, gifts, books, CD's and other souvenirs from Israel were offered. At one of the shops, I found a pretty sterling silver necklace that has become my favorite piece of jewelry. (pic #2).

Our meals were delicious! We were given a choice of salmon/other type of fish, beef, chicken or pasta for our evening repast. We were able to fill our water bottles each evening after our meals, as well.

I was amused by how the elevators functioned on the Sabbath: some stopped every so many floors, while the Gentile elevators shot to the top as before.

This hotel was within walking distance to Ben Yehuda street, which was pedestrian-friendly and an ideal shopping location containing many great shops and restaurants!


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Forum Posts

June 14th to July 10th

by Summer2005Israel

I will be traveling to Israel from June 14th to July 10th. I will have a lot of questions from now to then but anything you can give me now would be great. My plan is to be staying in Youth Hostels because of the price and reliability. I will be doing this myself by backpack. I want the option to have some plans and also go with the moment.
First questions. What is the best way to get from Jerusalem to Eilat? Are the same electric outlets used? Is finding a place to email people back home easy to do in Israel?
So my planning begins.

RE: June 14th to July 10th

by g.l.s.h

Jerusalem-Eilat is done by an Egged bus, see

All electric outlets in Israel are practicly the same, and resemble the ones used in France by some way.

Internet cafes could be found both in Jerusalem and Eilat, they are not too many of them, but they do exist. Many hotels have an internet station working with a credit card, i saw one recently in the Crown Plaza Jerusalem, but Im sure there are many more.

RE: RE: June 14th to July 10th

by blanter

To be sure: outlets are NOT the same as in the US, and the network is 220V, not 110V. If you travelling from the US, you will need a transformer + plug convertor. European plugs will do.

RE: June 14th to July 10th

by roypeled

In Tel-Aviv internet caffe's are now practically in every corner. Jerusalem and Eilat less so, but still you will have no problem finding some. Best way to travel around is busses, except for some lines where there is the train (The Jerusalem - Tel Aviv train is being put back in service beginning tommorrow night, its a nice trip in nice landscapes). Coming for a month, I would leave some time for hiking the Negev - the southern desert, and the Galilee - the green areas up north. But in order to realy help you, we need to know better what you are after - nature, culture, history, archeology, nightlife, beaches, etc...

Have a graet time,


Thank you

by Summer2005Israel

You have all been so helpful.

As for knowing better what I am after, I would like to say all -
nature, culture, history, archeology, nightlife, beaches, etc...
But I know that is a little impossible. And unhelpful.

I am interested in Jerusalem, Eilat, Massada, Nazareth, Bethlehem,
The Dead Sea and Tel Aviv as general areas.
Also places that people say "You cannot miss..." or "Do not forget."

Travel Tips for Jerusalem

Visit the Western Wall

by seagoingJLW

Visit the Western Wall also known as the Wailing Wall. It is a surviving remnant of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. When King Solomon built the Temple, he specifically asked God to heed the prayer of the non Jew who comes to the Temple.

When the Temple was destroyed, the Sages prophesied that the Divine Presence will never leave the Western Wall.

The Talmud teaches that when the Temple was destroyed all the Gates of Heaven were closed - except for one,the Gate of Tears. that is how the Western Wall became known as the Wailing Wall. Tradition that is centuries old tells us to place a note with a prayer in the Western Wall.
You can have a prayer placed in the Western Wall via the internet at :


by FruitLover

Jerusalem has a rainy, temperate winter and a hot, completely dry summer.
It is especially pleasant in the summer when the air is clear and the cool evening breezes bring relief from the noon-day heat.
There is an occasional snowfall in mid-winter lasting only a few days

The Wailing Wall

by Bregman

Visit the Wailing Wall, where Jews from all over the world come and pray. It's an old custom to write down your request and put the note in one of the cracks in the wall. Once this was done the request should be granted by god. These notes are collected from time to time and are burried as holy artifacts. Using modern technology, one can fax his note and have it inserted into one of the cracks.

The Place Of Crucifixion

by StefanE

My second surprise I had expected a lonely hill. Instead it was lots of buildings with a church in a very bad condition squeezed between them. The guide told us that this was one of several places where the Romans crucified criminals and no one knew for sure if this was the right one.

Opposit the church where a shop selling posters of old superstars (Elvis and Maria)


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Address: 47 King George Street, Jerusalem, 91076, Israel