Inbal Jerusalem Hotel
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So we left Chicago at 3:30 pm Thursday and arrived in Israel Friday at 2:30 pm. 23 hours of traveling and I still haven't gotten any solid sleep. What time is it? So had a nice scare at imagration, the lady in the booth had to make a phone call to make sure my israeli passport was ok. I'm here and all is well. Hopefully I'll be comming back. The …
... with music and all. It has a lovely atmosphere, where we had yet another quick Lunch stop.
Then it was on to the highlight of today (and for Darren possibly in Jerusalem) - the Hezekia Water Tunnels. Here's a little history - Captain Charles Warren from London (who was like Indiana Jones character) in 1867 spent his time underground only to discover the underground city/shafts and route to springs that were found to be over 3800 years old to ...
... from spices and fruit to clothing and fresh coffee. The market was a super cool experience and I had some awesome fresh juice there. Then we hit the beach for a little while before showering and heading out for the night! We visited the well known burger restaurant “Moses,” ate some great ice cream, and decided to skip the club scene for a little night time beach fun. There were some great bars on Rothschild Street, but everything was very expensive and we were more in ...
... the rooftop and had the most magnificent view of Jerusalem. After the tour, some of the group decided to head back to the hotel as it was now about 4:00 PM. Half the group continued on to visit the western wall. They also went to visit the church of the holy sepulcher, one of the holiest places for Roman Catholics. We had dinner together at the hotel and then gathered at 8:30 PM for a special evening out. We went back by bus to the western wall, and took a tour below the ...
... you all Religion. They were VERY excited to learn about Edmondo and I hope they will post soon! After lunch, we wandered the Old City Jerusalem. We walked at the top of the walls of the city that has been so contested over the years. Remember the ottomans, the crusaders, more recently the Jordanian army and the Israeli army. Everyone wants this city. But doesn't it belong to us all? More on Jerusalem tomorrow. Marsalem! (Goodbye in ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Inbal Jerusalem Hotel
I stayed in the Inbal hotel for 3 weeks after I escaped from a reservation at the Sheraton which turned out to be horrible. The Inbal was really nice, the desk manager George offered us a good deal because we stayed for several weeks. The room was not huge, but pleasant and had a view of the old city in the distance. While we were there they installed a plasma TV in the room. The bathroom was smallish but okay. The place is very clean. There is a WIFI in the room and the business center is very efficient.
My mother and I stayed at the Inbal for 4 nights in September, when we flew over for a family wedding. We booked a twin bedroom, which was a nice size but had a small bathroom. The bath is not easy to get into or out of, but everything worked fine.
Good Hotel but not great
The Inbal is situated by Liberty Park about 5 minutes walk from the King David Hotel and about 15 minutes to the main shopping and restaurant area.
The hotel itself is fairly new and is very well maintained. Food at the hotel is good and it has a nice gym and pool. It is a very helpful business centre and good (but expensive - $20 per day) WiFi.
Some nice shops in the lobby and hairdresser in lower ground floor. When we were there, many well known people were staying.
However, the rooms are small with even smaller bathrooms. The pool area gets very crowded especially on Saturday.
Inbal an excellent choice
Our family of 4 stayed at the Inbal for 5 nights. We had two adjoining rooms. Overall this hotel is very nice, although it certainly is not a 5 star hotel ( 5 star being the caliber of the Ritz Carleton or the Four Seasons). Nonetheless, the service, food in the restaurant, cleanliness, etc was well above average. The pool area and fitness center are certainly adequate. If we returned to Jerusalem again I would return to the Inbal without hesitation.
I stayed at the Inbal for 2 months while my husband was working. The lobby and restaurants are great (although after 2 months you just get sick of the food!). The breakfast buffet (which is dairy kosher) is wonderful and they have a courtyard where you can sit and read the paper while you eat. They have two other restaurants which include a lobby cafe that has a nice assortment of soups, breads, and desserts and an Italian restaurant.
Thank you for fantastic service ; again!!
We have just returned from another trip to your wonderful hotel and the service just gets better. We spent a wonderful Shabbat in Jerusalem and the warm and friendly atmosphere together with the excellent service we fell the Inbal is the best hotel we have stayed in. We look forward to staying with you again very soon. Best regards.
Great for a simcha
The Catering Manager and Reservations Manager went out of their way to ensure that our families and guests were looked after to the highest standards.
We were delighted with the three days we stayed at the Inbal for our son's wedding and the weekend that followed. No praise is high enough for the standards of catering and overall service we experienced.
The Inbal Hotel in Jerusalem is a marvelous hotel worthy of 5 stars. We celebrated our sons Barmitzvah at the Kotel in Jerusalem which was an amazing experience on its own. The Inbal made it even more memorable. Ettie and her staff in banqueting went out of their way to make our BarMitzvah dinner a special occassion. The food was exellent. The staff, in all departments were very helpful and went out of their way to please us, and all our geusts. The rooms were very comforatble as well. I would highly recommend you stay at the Inbal on your trip to Jerusalem. If you happen to be a runner, remember that Jerusalem is very hilly, and the routes around the Hotel do not make for an easy run.
Nice building, food & facilities. Mediocre room
The facilities were nice enough, including the lobby and the dining area. Food was bountiful and delicious at the buffet breakfasts.
The room however was kind of tacky. Thin walls, small size. Everything was quite functional though i.e. the TV, plumbing, telephones, A/C.
A small notice on the window asks guests to please use the portable clothesline in the bath and not to hang clothes to dry on the balcony grill outside the window.
The hotel was part of a package, and possibly we just got the wholesale-rate room--I don't know.
I found the rooms at the Inbal to be smaller than average, even for Israel. The food was good, and the location is nice and fairly quiet--good for families as it is right next to a park.