The Ramada Jerusalem was once the Renaissance--so a bit lower on the same hotel family food chain. But the public areas are still Renaissance standard and have actually been recently renovated. Everything looks very nice . . . and rooms are comfortable and clean. Old problem for Renaissance was pitiful location, near nothing and no way to get there. Now, with the light rail station just a couple of blocks away, much of Jerusalem is accessible from the hotel, even without car (if a visitor were foolish enough to drive in Jerusalem). Large dining room mostly for groups, noisy but with excellent buffet breakfasts and dinners. Free hour of wi-fi in lobby daily . . . or pay in room. There is an executive floor (number 12) with free wi-fi and access to the executive lounge, which is nice, although the executive lounge is quite basic--small snacks, no alcohol. Altogether a usually well-priced hotel, a bit out of the way.
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