Families visiting Jerusalem have a unique opportunity to enjoy the culture and history of one of the oldest cities in the world. The area also offers guests plenty of chances for adventure. The Jerusalem Gardens Hotel and Spa boasts a prime location in the middle of the excitement, and spacious guests rooms can accommodate four guests. Each room comes complete with luxury amenities, flat screen televisions, private bathrooms and air-conditioning. The onsite restaurant serves a variety of kosher and internationally inspired meals. Kids will enjoy excursions to the Dead sea, while parents can take advantage of the Turkish bath. The nearby Dome of the Rock also comes highly recommended.
Our Editor Loves
- Family rooms
- Professional childcare services
- Culture and history
- Children Programs
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by Bonnie K
We have stayed at this hotel for rhe past few years on the Yom Kippur holiday. There are two sabbath elevators that are quite small and difficult to accomodate the guests who all want to return to their rooms after services. We requested a lower floor room (with an extra charge) and they gave us one next to the elevator, I was easily able to get from services to my room. Kudos to Danny who has always been gracious and helpful.
We stayed here as part of a large group. The location is convenient and breakfast offers a wide selection of food. Our room 511 was very worn, with all kinds of scuff marks and scrapes on everything, Curtains are wrinkled and the balcony and windows are very dirty. There is a large bubble in the drywall where the shower probably had leaked. The bathroom grout and joints are very dirty and the sink drain takes 10 minutes to drain. Our sheets and the countertops are clean and seem fairly new. We felt safe and prepared to continue on our trip, but would not recommend this hotel if you are looking for a leisurely stay. They clearly cater to large groups, an important niche. Our room is not soundproof and traffic is very loud at all hours of the night. So loud I checked several times to see if our sliding glass door is open, it is not.