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this hotel my favorite of the hotels i stayed in Israel. The room was good and even though we didnt have a view of jerusalem it was a pleasant view of the courtyard garden..but tjhe view from the dining room was amazing. The staff in...More
Situated on top of the Mount of Olives, overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem, the view is amazing. While we did not stay at the hotel, we did have a wonderful lunch there. The buffet style offerings were plentiful and varied. The wait staff was...More
On the mount of olives , this hotel has the most amazing view of the old Jerusaleum and the most fabulous sunset .
Highly recommended .
International mix of visitors .
Polite and helpful staff .
If I return I will stay here...More
Ok, so I have to be honest. My review is going to be biased, and that is because I have received one of the rooms with the absolute best views of Jerusalem. Don't get me wrong the views are amazing from the hotel breakfast area...More
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Response from Awni I, General Manager at The 7 Arches HotelResponded 11 March 2018
Thank you very much for such a nice review. I appreciate the remarks, and the nice description.
Awni Inshewat GM
Was there with my husband as part of group from 14 to 18 February. Good hotel, clean,and staff very helpful. Food plentiful, but sometimes not replaced when it was finished and rather samey. Excellent coffee. Ask for room 602. Very spacious and excellent views of...More
I had the sense that it was a mixed staff because the service was consistent regardless of the day of the week. I assume the management makes adjustments for individual religious preferences, but it was not apparent to me as... More
I had the sense that it was a mixed staff because the service was consistent regardless of the day of the week. I assume the management makes adjustments for individual religious preferences, but it was not apparent to me as a guest.
In general, most everyone that I encountered spoke at least some English, or was fluent, plus Hebrew and/or Arabic.