I do not understand why this hotel has received such raving reviews. The breakfast was very good and they had a nice happy hour in the evening but...the rooms were incredibly small and uncomfortable. The design was hip but who cares about style when u can barely move with two people in the room. There was no place to store luggage so it had to sit in the middle of the room and the bathroom was extremely cramped. If u are tall forget about this hotel as the beds are short. The staff claimed they were two meters but absolutely not. We pulled the bed from the wall and we still felt crammed and feet practically hanging off. We are 188 cm and 190 so we know we are tall but have not had this problem before like this.
The staff was not extemely friendly and the breakfast staff and staff for the happy hour looked like they hated their jobs.
The hotel was in a nice location and was clean and modern but they were missing some important elements to make a stay worth coming back.
- Also Known As:
- Harmony Hotel Jerusalem
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Harmony Hotel Jerusalem is located in the heart of Jerusalem at Nahalat Sheva, which is one of the first neighborhoods that was built out of the old city’s walls at the end of the 19th century. This Jerusalem Hotel is Atlas’ latest boutique hotel. Twenty five years ago Nahalat Sheva was the subject to a complete restoration by the city’s municipality and today it is full of shops, restaurants, bars and cafes. ... more less
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