I stayed here for three nights for a work conference. My room was spotlessly clean, had a great view of the city, and a small balcony. There is a nice lobby cafe as well as a meat restaurant, a dairy restaurant, and a large breakfast room downstairs.
There is a pool, sauna, and steam room all indoors and an outdoor pool.
The hotel caters to both Orthodox Jewish and nonOrthodox as well as non Jewish guests, making everyone feel comfortable and at home. There are separate swimming hours in the pool after 9 pm every night. One one night the pool is only open to men, the following night only to women, etc. the rest of the time it is coed. In the lobby young Orthodox kids on dates mix in with travelers. When I was there there was an African Church group holding a spirited prayer gathering in one of the conference rooms. Everyone is made to feel comfortable and respected.
All of the food is kosher. There are a lot of choices at the lobby restaurants. The buffet breakfast had a huge number of choices.
The location is not near the old city, but is walking distance to the Israel museum, the bible lands museum and the Knesset. There is a very close by light rail that runs often, busses, and taxis to go downtown.
I moved hotels after the conference to be closer to downtown, but liked the Ramada better than the hotel I moved to.
I was on the 8th floor
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