Just returned from a short stay in Jerusalem and stayed again at the David Citadel Hotel.
At this time of year the hotel was noticeably quieter than in the summer, but the service seamed even better. We ate in the hotel as arrived late at night and service and food was faultless as it was at breakfast the following morning. They even allowed us our room until 3pm the following day as our flight was in the evening, at no extra cost - well done and thank you.
Couldn't fault any aspect of our stay other than the one bug bear of no free wifi. Really, is it not about time large luxury hotels stopped charging for wifi, or at the very least offer free wifi in public areas. When every Macdonalds, Starbucks and little cafe can offer free wifi why can large hotels not decide that enough is enough, stop milking it and do the decent thing. They moan about cost but everything else goes on the bill so could the $1 per room per night this would cost.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The David Citadel Hotel, with a majestic view of the Old City, is within walking distance from the city center and is situated directly across from the Alrov Mamilla Avenue and other major attractions. The hotel boasts 385impeccably designed suites and guestrooms, fine cuisine, a luxury gym and a holistic innovative spa, year-round heated pool, and private Executive Lounge. The hotel's exquisite modular banquet halls and reception rooms host a variety of social and business gatherings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- David Citadel Jerusalem