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TravelPod Member ReviewsMamilla Hotel Jerusalem
$550+ / night for tiny room and rock hard bed. One chair. Had to sit on bed which was so low it was difficult for me to rise. Dirty bathroom with mold...and we know what mold looks like. Cockroach on bathroom wall. Dark halls. Fire exits located behind panels that appeared to be solid walls. Stench in halls and elevator that got worse as elevator approached lobby. This was worst "expensive" hotel we've ever stayed in.
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