This delightful deluxe hotel is the first Novotel in Israel and describes itself as a four-star deluxe. The large, airy lobby gives a feel of elegance and space. The hotel is located slightly outside the Old City, close to the American Colony, and is conveniently located for both East and West Jerusalem. It ... More
Quality Suites Hotel Amman
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This delightful deluxe hotel is the first Novotel in Israel and describes itself as a four-star deluxe. The large, airy lobby gives a feel of elegance and space. The hotel is located slightly outside the Old City, close to the American Colony, and is conveniently located for both East and West Jerusalem. It is capable of handling large banquets for meetings and groups. The hotel also has Internet access.
Before everything I must say I really enjoyed the location of this hotel - It is in the center of town, near the American colony and not too far from "Machne Yehuda" market by which I was extremely charmed!
The hotel itself is OK plus. Not like the Novotel hotels in Europe, that's true, but I found it quite nice. It has a nice swimming pool and a fine dairy restaurant that offers international food ('though there's no substitute to eating outside, in the market or the ancient city - yami!). There's also a synagogue (for the religious ones among us) and all kinds of activities for children - a service any parent can appreciate, especially when on vacation :0)
All in all I can say you may enjoy your staying at Leonard hotel - not as much as you can enjoy (and fall in love with) Jerusalem, one of the best cities I've ever been at, and yet...
I liked place very much. Novotel was our third hotel at our holidaytrip. There are very good food and hotel is beautiful.
That pool wasn't in use because: "weather is too cold only 30 celcius" But it's to us from finland very much. I go to novotel tomorrow again
The service was awful, there was very noisy and we didn't sleep all night, till 2:00 am we asked children to enter to they rooms (they parents rooms was on another floor). Please don't waste your vocaition on this terrible hotel. I'll never go to this hotel again.
I have traveled in a number of countries, and frequented a number of hotels. I found the Novotel to be an excellent place to reside for the five or six days that I stayed. The rooms were comfotable enough. A good selection of channels on the television. The bed was comfortable, and the meals were superb. I was able to chat with a number of employees and found almost all of them to be very friendly and helpful. They even made me a special meal around one in the morning while I relaxed in the lobby, free of charge. With a gym, a pool, free dinners, incredible location, and much more, what more could you ask for. And to clarify things, the internet access was only 4-7 US dollars, not the 15$ that the former fellow who reviewed stated. I would highly recommend this hotel.
The hotel reminded me (except for price) of a rundown HJ in the U.S.
The room was small without sufficient light (unless the drapes were wide open to expose the visitor to the thoroughfare outside. It had a stale, institutional smell. The furniture was shoddy. It did not have an easy chair but two straight back chairs.
The room had no documentation regarding hotel services (perhaps because there are none), no laundry bag, showercap, extra blankets & pillows (if one can call the microcushion they supply a pillow), etc.
The non-smoking room has a hint of a tobacco smell. The lounge was a health hazard due to the level of smoke.
The hotel changed the meal arrangements that we had agreed upon. The food was mediocre but plentiful. For luncheon and dinner they charge extra for beverages--even coffee and tea. Coffee was included with breakfast.
The location was excellent.
As a business traveler I've stayed in every level of hotel. I know what to expect at a Comfort Inn or Best Western (when there's no place else to stay), or at a Hilton or Crowne Plaza. The Novotel sells itself as a five-star establishment (including price), but in reality is a two-star hotel in terms of room amenities, food service, staff service, etc. The room turned out to be a roomlette, kind of an oversized hallway in which they somehow stuffed a bed, TV and desk, attached to a separate toilet and shower. This is a B&B, so something must be said of the food service. The restaurant staff, and the rest of the staff for that matter, seem to think they're doing you a favor by letting you stay at their hotel. The food was mediocre at best, not accounting for the stale lettuce in the salad. In conclusion, aside from the halfway decent location (depending on what you're looking for) the rooms were bad, the food was bad, and the service was awful, all this at 5-star prices. Oh, and don't forget that internet access costs USD $15.00, though there's too much interference in this tiny room to maintain reception for more than three minutes at a time.
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