didn't stay there after visiting
I went to see the hotel, in order to see if we want to stay there for a night. First, we waited for 10 minutes for the clerk to come, with no posibility of calling one. After the cleaning man saw us waiting there, he knocked on some door at the lobby and the clerk came right away, giggling. She sent us to another lobby, after making us wait ten more minutes, taking care of other tourists who caught her attention, barging in while she was talking to us, and caught her attention.
At the other lobby, we told the clerk that we're thinking about spending a night at the hotel, she looked at us, raising her eyebrows and smiling, and asked if we were aware of the prices. After we told her we were, she laughed. That is no way of treating a customer, even though we're young. It was very insulting.
In the end, they showed us a room, but we already knew we weren't going to stay at this hotel.
Then we wanted to see the pool, before we make our last decision. We asked for directions from a hotel worker, and we got to a door with a sign that said 'pool entrance'. We opened the door and saw some sort of a warehouse. We couldn't find any other way that would lead to the pool, so we went inside, between a used matress and a pile of sheets, in complete darkness.
And then we decided to get out of that hotel, and try to never come back.
about the location: The hotel is located close to the Knesset, the ministry offices, the Israel Museum, and the science museum.
It is also not far from Ein Karem, mount Hertzel and the Yad Vashem museum.