|"Breakfast very good, varied and plentiful."||(in 31 reviews)|
|"Great venue great breakfast."||(in 31 reviews)|
|"Lovely location very friendly great breakfast."||(in 43 reviews)|
|"Best for Orthodox Jews not secular Jews"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Room was small & furnishings need updating."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"For one day the air conditioning went off, but caused no major problems."||(in 1 review)|
Great location and breakfast. Nice entrance and lobby. Nice friendly clientele. Heimshe . Manager was extremely helpful.
Room air conditioning broke a few times.
kiddush and Shala seudas was a bit too expensive..Instead of 250 shekels it seems 175 shekels would be very reasonable..I probably would not do one of those next time I come...
A good hotel, great Orthodox/Hasidic Jewish neighb
The hotel gears itself to the Orthodox or Hasidic Jewish clientele. The neighborhood is excellent. There is a synagogue on premises, and the hotel is very near to Zichron Moshe, a synagogue with practically round the clock services. We had the deluxe room. The room was clean, neat, and decent size. There was coffee in the room. The strictly kosher breakfast was excellent, with lots of variety and unlimited quantities. The front desk was helpful.
The rooms were always clean and tidy. The staff was most professional, and they tried their best to make us feel at ease and comfortable.
Normally I live 280 days in Hotel per year since 1999. Never, I say never, In the whole world I found such a dirty, expensive, badly run hotel. Full of unpolite guests like loose dogs, no service available at any time, due to the people who could not work because religious. If I am a paying guest, 200 dollars (real thieves) I should not care, right? Some examples? Children pissing in the lift, reception not working for three days because of their feist passover, no lift working: same reason. Children shouting and running in the rooms corridor at 7 in the morning and in the afternoon so you cannot rest. No possibility to collect even the key of the room because nobody was there. No bread at breakfast who was in itself already very poor an
Dirty. The kitchen was dirty and the room and its carpet was full of stains undescrivable. They should send an inspection and I am calling the authorities for it. I do not think it's legal to keep open such a place and for such a price. When the manager was told that I was leaving He did not even say sorry, which such an arrogance and I do not care attitude that I never saw in my whole life. The only valuable and clever person there was Mr Nasser who helped to change that dirty room. Of course the voice castle I chose is ironic because there is no voice saying monstrous hotel!!! .... booking should check better what they suggest to its guest!!!
We were there for 9 nights and it was a great experiance! The rooms while small, were clean and comfortable! Clean bathroom with a great shower! Service was great, Mutty is a very gracious manager seeing to all of our comforts. Breakfast was delicious, and Yossi went out of his way to make sure that everyone got whatever they wanted! Don't plan on eating lunch while here, you'll be full all day! My wife and I highly recomend this hotel!
The hotel was religious, which I appreciated as a woman traveling alone, even though I am not religious. I felt totally safe and protected there. The hotel was very accessible to everything I wanted to see in the city, by bus or by foot, and the staff was helpful with instructions.
There were religious ceremonies outside my window every night. They did not go on past 9 p.m., and I had ear plugs. But it would be good if this information was included in the hotel information.
The Prima Palace Hotel is located just minutes from the heart of Jerusalem and 40 minutes from the Ben Gurion Airport.
Steeped in tradition, the Prima Palace Hotel offers guests the opportunity to experience centuries old culture. The 76 guestrooms offer classic designs with tones of royal blues and yellows. Four room types offer an elegant and traditional style. Rooms feature ornamental Netilat Yadayim sinks. Furnishings are comfortable. Wi-Fi is offered in all rooms.
The Prima Palace Hotel offer two dining halls. One caters to meat meals, the other to dairy. A traditional Israeli breakfast buffet is served daily. For guests who take part in Shabbat prayer services, coffee and cake is served before Shacharit prayers.
The center of the Prima Palace Hotel offers the Men’s Mikveh; used for purification of the body and soul. The hotel offers a number of traditional faith-based experiences for those of the faith and those interested in learning more about the traditions of the faith.
The Prima Palace Hotel is within walking distance of a number of historically relevant sites. Restaurants and cafes offer the opportunity to experience some of the traditional culinary offerings that are unique to Israel.
Theaters, museums and tours to some of the most iconic sites in Jerusalem are readily accessible from the hotel.
The Prima Palace Hotel is a good choice in accommodation for the devout and for the individuals looking for a centrally located hotel offering observation of old traditions while offering modern conveniences today’s travelers are in need of.
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Prima Palace Hotel is located at 2 Pines Street in Geula, 0.5 km from the centre of Jerusalem. Mahane Yehuda Market is the closest landmark to Prima Palace Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Prima Palace Hotel.
Yes, Prima Palace Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Prima Palace Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Prima Palace Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Prima Palace Hotel is 39.6 km from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl. Prima Palace Hotel is 54.8 km from Tel Aviv Sde Dov.
No, pets are not allowed at Prima Palace Hotel.
No, Prima Palace Hotel does not have a pool on-site.