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The Grand Court Hotel is located in the heart of Jerusalem, walking distance from the Old City and modern city center. The hotel boasts 442 luxurious rooms and suites, which are lavishly furnished and equipped with modern conveniences. Hotel highlights include free Wi-Fi and computer stations, a beautiful outdoor pool, relaxing garden terrace, authentic Israeli breakfast buffet, and lounge bar. The Grand Court also offers banquet facilities and free parking.
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Rooms hot and stuffy, no the dial on your air conditioner does not control the temperature. Breakfast and dinner the same day after day with minimal differences each day. Guess what you are eating( no labelling) and very crowded ( and noisy) in the restaurant.....More
This is a busy hotel but although it is busy it doesn't impact on the individual, and one can enjoy the facilities and the great food without feeling that you are fighting your way through the multitude of people who use this hotel. There is...More
If you are looking for a good time and 10 min walking distance to Jesus’ Garden tomb, this is the hotel for you. I loved the food, location, and the staff who are friendly people. Hotel is close to a hospital, and a 7 min...More
Stayed at this hotel as a part of a bible tour. Was here for 3 nights before moving on. When we checked in we were advised that they were over booked and they upgraded us to a suite on the 10th floor.
Accommodation and the...More
If you are an independent traveler looking for character and charm, then stay away from this place. If you like food in abundance in a room that seats hundreds of people (that is what it felt like, also according to the noise levels) and serves...More
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Do it yourself Laundry facilities in and around Jerusalem are rare. Anticipating this we bought polypropylene underwear that washes easily and dries overnight, which it did in the dryer climate of Israel. There are lines on... More
Do it yourself Laundry facilities in and around Jerusalem are rare. Anticipating this we bought polypropylene underwear that washes easily and dries overnight, which it did in the dryer climate of Israel. There are lines on which to hang clothing in many of the hotels so it must be a common practice.
I don't recall sushi being at the breakfast bar, but that doesn't mean it wasn't there. There were many different items at the breakfast bar, although less than most hotels. I don't know the cost for an external visitor, but... More
I don't recall sushi being at the breakfast bar, but that doesn't mean it wasn't there. There were many different items at the breakfast bar, although less than most hotels. I don't know the cost for an external visitor, but I'm sure the hotel could answer this question for you.