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It was a real delight to walk into the hotel which is based in a quiet district of Jerusalem. The building is really nice. Sadly, the staff do not meet the same standards. The dining room is manned by unhelpful, surly staff. The bar is...More
the hotel is an OKish business type hotel, centrally located. not the most modern styling and rooms can be on the small side. but friendly staff. the best feature is the terrace, for coffee or eating: trees, view, peace, good salads.
I stayed twice in the Ambassador. Very small room the first time, but I got an upgrade the next. The room was adequate, but rather lacking in character. Very helpful staff. Breakfast could be greatly improved. Cooked dishes were poor and almost all the fruit...More
Our tour group stayed here and we enjoyed everything about it. The decor was attractive throughout. We didn't eat in the restaurant because our group ate in the group dining room. The food we had was very good, but I enjoyed the cheeses and salads...More
Had the dish of the day - Mansaf. Lamb, rice, nuts and fermented yoghurt. Totally delicious and authentic Jordanian/Palestinian cuisine. Friendly and efficient service. Definitely worth a detour! (People say good things about the hotel rooms too, but I haven't stayed yet.)
US$126 - US$214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#26 Business Hotel in Jerusalem
#32 Luxury Hotel in Jerusalem
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I did not use the mini-fridge and was not aware there was a shuttle. I brought home some dead sea toiletries and have yet to use them up. I especially like the dead sea soap that was in the room and brought a couple of bars... More
I did not use the mini-fridge and was not aware there was a shuttle. I brought home some dead sea toiletries and have yet to use them up. I especially like the dead sea soap that was in the room and brought a couple of bars home. I used the shampoo while at the hotel and it was great on my hair. There are quite a few things that can be visited nearby and are a short cab ride away. Traffic is intense, though, and traveling mid-morning or mid-afternoon is best. I was on a tour and we took a bus everywhere sometimes just to travel a few miles. The guide really made the visits meaningful with his commentary. If you want to go it alone, I would stay at a hotel like the Ambassador, which is reasonably priced, clean, well-staffed and near the old city and take one day bus tours to see the sites you are interested in. If you are visiting a museum such as the Isreali Museum, make it an all day event and take a cab. It was a $20 cab ride from the hotel. There is no need to book a taxi in advance but I would book the bus tours in advance.