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Jul 12th, 2020
Great staff. Beautiful hotel. Great location. Dining room is crowded early evening but lots of elbow room after 7. Great food and nice lounge. We lived our spacious room and bathroom - though the tub/shower was a little strange. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
A great place to rewind
Jun 19th, 2020
Our tour group stayed here for three days when we were touring Israel and Jordan. Our room was so comfortable and the buffet was delicious. We enjoyed watching our bread being baked in the brick oven every morning. The wait staff and hotel workers were friendly and helpful. We were also close enough to walk to the Old City. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
The Olive Tree Hotel in Jerusalem
May 4th, 2020
Our group stayed at the Olive Tree Hotel last summer on our trip to Jerusalem and the Holy Land. Since we were getting on and off the bus each day with little or no free time to explore on our own, it was hard to assess how conveniently located the hotel was. For us it was fine because the bus was waiting out in front every morning; but the bus driver might have had other feelings about the location. Certainly the parking lot across the street was completely full of busses and other vehicles. We had Room #855, which was the 3rd from the last room down a long corridor. The room had a nice view over the pool on the roof at the hotel next door and an angled view down onto George Street and the parking lot across the street. The room itself had two twin beds pushed together in European style. Each bed had a white duvet and two pillows and two night stands with goose neck reading lamps. The room also had two easy chairs and a round table, one low chest. There was a large TV on the wall, a mirror, and one (only) luggage rack. The bed(s) were too soft resulting in two sore backs each morning. My Wife was particularly affected by this, while it was less obvious for me. The room a refrigerator and safe in the wardrobe closet; and there was a coffee urn and fixings in the room (but we didn't care for the taste of the decaf coffee which we normally drink). There were several extra electrical outlets in the room for chargers but one was inoperative. The AC thermostat dial seemed to be miscalibrated and it needed to be turned all the way to maximum down to be comfortable. The bathroom was a bit on the smallish size, but was fine and acceptable. There was a tub/shower combo with a broken bracket for the flexible wand shower head. The bathroom sink counter was large enough for two person's worth of toiletries. The hotel provided a good supply of toiletries but no bar soap. They did have face cloths. The toilet paper holder was very inconveniently located for normal people (contortionists might not mind the placement!). The hotel had three elevators, but they were slow, and crowded at times. Dinner in the restaurant was very good, but we felt that the breakfast buffet was only so-so. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
An oasis in a BIG city
Apr 13th, 2020
Sumptuous, satisfying breakfasts with extravagant dinners. Breads made in their brick ovens in the dining room. Large open meeting areas with small group nooks. We walked easily to the old city. Great location, friendly staff. Very happy that our tour group stayed there. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Holy Land Tour 2 night stay
Apr 7th, 2020
This is my second stay at the Olive Tree. It is a great location. Close enough to walk to the Old City. The food is fantastic. The staff is friendly and helpful. They called a cab for us one night as well. The gift shops are great. The room was clean, comfortable, and attractive. I have been impressed with both of my stays! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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