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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmbassador Hotel Jerusalem
I arrived on Thursday, September 1st. Check in was quick, polite staff, took my luggage up to my room. Elevator was fairly small (only 4 people fit, MAX) but found myself taking the stairs most of the time. My room was fair sized, clean, but did not have the greatest view. Breakfast and dinner staff were especially pleasant as well as the bartender.
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