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A very helpful owner/manager and superb breakfasts made this one of our better stops on our visit to Israel. The rooms could do with a bit of refurbishment but are large, comfortable, well-appointed and very clean. The hotel is relatively central but in Tiberias that...More
- Elly is extremely helpful with directions / suggestions for things to do
- 15 minute walk to the Old City
- free parking in lot, or on the street
- free breakfast
Not so good:
- furnishings are dated
Situated in uptown Tiberias , about a 15-20 min walk (downhill) to center city and the lake, this old-fashioned hotel has the charm and amenities of a 1950s 1 star establishment.
Everything in the room is dated, but functional...if you lived through the 1950s you...More
Stayed 2 nites in May. Stay there if u don't mind cockroaches, dusty floor, toilet that does not flush, shabby furniture, noise from the street, grouchy front desk staff ... Breakfast was ok; manager was helpful.
Free parking, decent breakfast, clean shower.
Noisy on the side facing the road.
20-25 min walk to the centre or 5 min drive.
Good base to explore surroundings.
15 min drive to Arbel guest house - great food.
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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!"