We stayed here as part of a large group. Check in went smoothly. The room we were given didn't look over the old city - it overlooked a construction sight. Thankfully we were there during shabbat so it was quiet, and time spent in the room was limited anyway.
The dining areas are very pleasantly furnished and breakfast was good, but not as good as the Hilton Tel Aviv. Breakfast is what I call a 'feeding frenzy' (if you go down to the lower floor)- people and plates of food going everywhere. For me, it's a bit much first thing in the morning.
The bedrooms had some weird light switch problem/ setup. Which meant that if you wanted to use the bedside lamp to read, in order to turn it off, you had to get out of bed and go to the main switches at the door to turn it off? Who designed that? Bathrooms were very plush and comfortable. The bedroom we had was quite compact compared to other places we had stayed.
The position of the hotel is quite central.
- 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 384 impeccably 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