Type of Room Low Season Regular Season High Season
Single $36.00 $47.00 $58.00
Double $54.00 $68.00 $86.00
Economy Sgl $28.00 $39.00 $49.00
Economy Dbl $42.00 $56.00 $72.00
Panorama Room $96.00 $124.00 $156.00
15 November - 21 December 2000
11 January - 28 February 2001
01 June - 29 September 2000
01-14 November 2000
01 March - 31 May 2000
01-31 October 2000
22 December 2000 - 10 January 2001
Prices are quoted in United States Dollars per room per night.
Prices include breakfast buffet (6:00 - 9:30 am).
Our policy on children sharing a room with parents is follows:
0-6 years old are FREE of charge.
7-12 years old recieve a 50% reduction on Bed & Breakfast.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, EuroCard, IsraCard, Travellers Checks, Eurocheque (Shekels Only) and Cash. No personal checks accepted.
Payment in New Israeli Shekels is subject to a 17% Value Added Tax. There are no service charges or taxes when paying in foreign currency such as U.S. Dollars.
Economy single & double rooms are located on our 3rd floor. These are slightly smaller than our normal rooms. Economy singles have a private bathroom located across the hall outside of the room.
The Panorama Room is 317-318 with its stunning view of the Old City. It is basically two adjoining rooms sharing one bathroom making it ideal for honeymooners, a family of up to five, or a small group of close friends.
The Mount of Olives Hotel does not currently offer a private parking facility. However, hotel guests usually park on the street just opposite the hotel's main entrance. It is a well lit area and the night watchman keeps faithful guard on it.
It should be noted though that Jerusalem, in general, is just like any other major city in the world. Theft does occasionally occur especially to car radios and conspicuous personal belongings. We strongly recommend NOT to leave anything of value in the car at any time while in the city.
We live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. One small negative incident can tarnish a visitors entire trip.
If you do happen to get lost along the way, don't be shy to ask for directions. Below is a "quick & dirty" language survival guide:
Hebrew: "Afo Har Ha-Zayteem?"
Arabic: "Wayn Jebel Al-Zaytoun fi Alquds?"
If they start waiving their arms in all directions and shouting back a long explanation in an unfamiliar guttural language, then at that point you are on your own!
Just kidding!!! Find a telephone and call the hotel for help.
RAC1 7-30 DAYS
RAC2 30+ dAYS
AAA Automobile Assoc. of America
AARP Senior Citizens
CORP Corporate Rate
GOVT Government Employees
MIL Military Personal
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