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In keeping with most of Tiberias these days, Hotel Berger is a very rundown place. We stayed in two rooms and found both of them to be grimy and unpleasant. It looked like both had not been thoroughly cleaned in months. Dust and filth under...More
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Response from Itay B, Manager at Hotel BergerResponded 29 August 2016
Thank you for your dis-gratitude, You have been upgraded from Quad room into 2 Double rooms for free, it's nice that you checked under the furniture but as normal person you don't have to do that.
You gave us the best description it is just...More
Stayed here for two nights. We were a group of 40 people who had visited Israel for the holy land tour. The night stay was good with comfortable sleep.
Morning breakfast was good with good choices. Dinner choices were also good.
A good place to...More
We stayed there for two nights and the room stinked from the moment we enter. We found out the smell comes from the fridge. The breakfast was not great either. The selection of food was poor. The room was spacious and we even had a...More
The Berger hotel was a great find. A cheap yet decent solution to staying in center Tiberius. Hotel is close to all major attractions. Free Parking. Free WIFI in all rooms. Rooms are spacious and include AC, cable TV with international channels. Most come with...More
Simple rooms, but clean, and close to the city center. Bathrooms a bit rustic. Rooms have balconies, which is nice. Simple Israeli breakfast provided, chef will make eggs to order if you ask. Owner is very friendly and happy to help with offering suggestions for...More
Response from davidjankowski | Reviewed this property |
I can't speak for the hotel, but I can tell you that the rooms in which my eight stayed were the biggest of any hotel I've stayed in Israel. I've probably stayed in at least 10 of the better known hotels in Israel, and the... More
I can't speak for the hotel, but I can tell you that the rooms in which my eight stayed were the biggest of any hotel I've stayed in Israel. I've probably stayed in at least 10 of the better known hotels in Israel, and the Berger had the biggest rooms by far. They were the equivalent of fairly large American hotels.
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"I would choose a room on upper floor, with a view!"