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Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva

  • 42 King George St, Jerusalem
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)
  • Tryp Jerusalem Bat Sheva (Photo: Simplex 360)

Plan an event at the hotel's restaurant

Bat Sheva restaurant at the Tryp Bat Sheva hotel offers various options for private or business events up to 80 guests, with dairy-based Israeli... Read more
  • King George Street 42, Jerusalem, Israel

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 230 traveler reviews
Short Stay
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 27, 2020

Stayed here with a church group. Nice location close to shuk and buses. Rooms small but clean and comfy. Would be great for business stay. Too cold for rooftop deck but looked fun for a warm evening. Food was above average but not great. If staying with a...

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Stayed here with a church group. Nice location close to shuk and buses. Rooms small but clean and comfy. Would be great for business stay. Too cold for rooftop deck but looked fun for a warm evening. Food was above average but not great. If staying with a friend showers can be revealing. When I go back to Jerusalem will consider this hotel strongly.

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A nice hotel in a great location.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 24, 2020

The Tryp hotel perfectly served our goal which was to use it as a base and to get out and see and do as much as we could. The hotel is centrally located and about a 5-10 minute walk to the center of town. We would recommend sticking with public transportation if you...

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The Tryp hotel perfectly served our goal which was to use it as a base and to get out and see and do as much as we could. The hotel is centrally located and about a 5-10 minute walk to the center of town. We would recommend sticking with public transportation if you plan on staying in Jerusalem. If you rent a car, you will definitely need to pay for parking at the hotel as parking spots are very hard to find. The staff was friendly and very responsive to any requests. The cleaning staff did a great job. The rooms are not very large but are functional. There is a small indoor lounge on the top floor along with a beautiful outdoor view from the roof. We did not eat at the hotel, so we cannot comment on the food.

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Meh
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 23, 2020

Honestly the rating would be lower had the room not been free because of my hotel points. The front desk isn’t very friendly, but most people in the area are not so I am chalking that up to a cultural thing. The room is nice and clean, but it is small. We brought our...

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Honestly the rating would be lower had the room not been free because of my hotel points. The front desk isn’t very friendly, but most people in the area are not so I am chalking that up to a cultural thing. The room is nice and clean, but it is small. We brought our daughter and requested an extra bed. It was $80 per night to use this squeaky little cot that is reminiscent of prison. Our tv didn’t work and we called daily and was told it would be fixed, but it never was. They did a good job cleaning the room and keeping it stocked for us. This hotel makes money off of you for basic services. Example, if you catch a shuttle from TLV to the hotel it’s 67NIS, but when you want to go to they airport the hotel will charge you 80NIS just for arranging the shuttle. Maybe I’m used to more “freebies” or all inclusive types of hotels, but I felt like I was getting nickled and dimed to death. Nothing screamed bad, but the little things added up to a blah experience. I would use my hotel points again to stay here since it is so close to the old city, but would never consider paying their rates for this place.

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Photo: Courtesy of Tryp Hotels

Superior Room

Spacious bedroom with en suite bathroom & shower.

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Executive Room

Spacious bedroom with bathroom, shower and a view of the Old City of Jerusalem.

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The Bat Sheva Suite

One bedroom suite with a separate seating area, Smart ’48 TV and a view of the Old City of Jerusalem. There is also an extra spacious bathroom with a bathtub.

Amenities

    • Suited for

    • Couples
    • Business
    • Kosher
    • Services

    • Heating
    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Safe
    • Towels
    • Air Conditioning
    • Restaurant
    • General

    • Free WIFI
    • Meeting Room
    • Fitness Center
    • Accessibility
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    • Check in: 15:00
    • Check out: 11:00