Hotel Prima Palace

Address: 2 Pines Street, Jerusalem, 91280, Israel | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the רוממה area of Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, Sandeman's New Jerusalem Free Tour, White City, and Ben-Gurion House.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Breakfast Available
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • High-speed internet in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Banquet room
          • Concierge desk
          • Russian TV Channels Available
          • Conference facilities
          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Prima Palace Jerusalem

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Jerusalem

          Museums and Meals!

          A travel blog entry by piptrish on Sep 04, 2015

          1 comment, 39 photos

          ... we went to the Model of Jerusalem. This was amazing. A huge model of the times of Jerusalem in the year AD66. It covers an area of one acre! In that time Jerusalem had a population of 50-80,000 people, in an area of 450 acres.

          Then we as a group made our way to the Israel Museum. Dave, Trish and me paused to take a photo, and the others quickly rushed off to hide. We spent the next 15 minutes walking up and down, trying to locate them, but ...

          Bedouin Banquet.... Masada to Jerusalem

          A travel blog entry by piptrish on Aug 30, 2015

          7 comments, 32 photos

          ... 2 who went with Abraham and Isaac to Mt Moriah, was Ishmael and Eliezer... Interesting)
          We chatted more during which He also made a modern day comment that the EU are paying Arabs to dwell illegally in this area... interesting
          It had been a most enjoyable time, but it was now time to go. Abraham led us back along the path to our car, and we were about to head to Jerusalem, when Jude was missing her pink bottle. She kept saying it didn't matter, it was only a bottle, ...

          Getting dirty on the Dead Sea - it's only a rumour

          A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jun 08, 2015

          2 comments, 30 photos

          ... John Paul II visited the site during his pilgrimage to the Holy Land. During his visit he planted an olive tree beside the Byzantine chapel as a symbol of peace.

          The church is all cordoned off so it was not possible to get close to the serpentine cross sculpture (the Brazen Serpent Monument) atop in the grounds of the byzantine Church. It is symbolic of the bronze serpent created by Moses in the wilderness and the cross upon which Jesus was crucified.


          The Holy City

          A travel blog entry by briennestephen on Mar 15, 2015

          2 comments, 6 photos

          ... in mud and floated about. Contains 26 different mineral s and is 33-38% salt. No fun if you get it in your eyes.

        • Also visited the site of Quran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. This area was our typical idea of wilderness mountains, the area where people first fled the cities to establish monastic ...

        • Day Two Robin

          A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 14, 2015

          ... apartments, more flowers, less hanging laundry and over full garbage.

          The Israel Museum was very beautiful, well done, large and overwhelming. A lot of information to take in. The Shrine of the Book is awesome in the true sense of the word. Inspiring awe in the spiritual beauty of the building, both inside and out, and in the age and importance of the parchments inside. Actual scrolls from time periods I learned about in Hebrew school.