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Dan Panorama

Dan Panorama, Rehavia, Talbieh, King David Street, and Yemin Moshe

At a Glance

    Pros

  • excellent location
  • pleasant staff
  • thoughtful renovations

    Cons

  • not as deluxe as it would like to be

Fodorite Reviews

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Dan Panorama Review

The guest rooms at this this 11-story landmark in the middle of the hotel district are a bit compact, but thoughtful lighting, well-placed furnishings, and interesting artwork make a difference. Rooms in the older wing are a bit larger and were renovated in 2012. Modern touches include flat-screen TVs and handy writing desks. Leather seating in the lobby give it a clubby feel, and the restaurant has a sleek, modern feel.

    Hotel Details

  • 283 rooms, 9 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-16-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Leaves much to be desired

    I stayed in Dan hotels in Eliat and Jerusalem and both had mediocre customer service. This one was worst of the two. I'll avoid Dan hotels in the future.

    by drdavid, 4/5/07
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    Outstanding Reasonably Priced Hotel in Jerusalem

    The Dan Panorama is a terrific hotel in a price range just below the most expensive level. It is in a great location (very near the King David Hotel) and a 15-minute walk to the Old City. It's also convenience to the German Quarter. The rooms are very comfortable, the food is great, and the service first rate. Wi-Fi available free of charge in lobby (fee in room).

    by janschwartz, 9/24/12

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