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I have often wondered if roses have thorns or thorns have roses. The 7 Arches is set in contrast to both the geography and the politics in which finds itself. The service and the food in the restaurant were a wonderful oasis in such a...More
The Best Thing About the hotel is its on the Mont of Olives, the Dream View of Jerusalem, just outside the hotel and equally good view from the rooms, Huge dinning area good breakfast, huge lobby, free Wi-FI in lobby , and the staffs are...More
when you first reach this hotel you will think, wow what a dump! but dont be fooled by its age. The hotel is clean, it has free wifi in the lobby, and a GREAT hot breakfast that is included in the price. Now i travel...More
Response from svnarch, General Manager at The 7 Arches HotelResponded 20 April 2012
Thank you for review of the Seven Arches Hotel during your last stay. We at Seven Arches are trying our best to make the accomodation for the visitors of Jerusalem as comfortable as should be and hopefully that the planned renovation of the property in...More
This is a typical hotel (not any sort of B&B) with many rooms spread in two connected buildings, each having only two storeys. The hotel is located on the top of the Mount of Olives in a quiet neighborhood. It is low populated area so...More
I visited 7 Arches two years ago and wrote a glowing review on Trip Advisor. I could not wait to return! I remember a hotel that had classic furnishings, clean, comfortable, with friendly staff. What I returned to... well... let me now list it.
I had the sense that it was a mixed staff because the service was consistent regardless of the day of the week. I assume the management makes adjustments for individual religious preferences, but it was not apparent to me as... More
I had the sense that it was a mixed staff because the service was consistent regardless of the day of the week. I assume the management makes adjustments for individual religious preferences, but it was not apparent to me as a guest.
In general, most everyone that I encountered spoke at least some English, or was fluent, plus Hebrew and/or Arabic.