Description:Kimberley Gardens is kosher hotel in Melbourne, Australia. They have very nice rooms, Suites and apartments. The hotel is located in the Melbourne Jewish quarter. You can order Glatt kosher meals.... [more]
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Kimberley Gardens is kosher hotel in Melbourne, Australia. They have very nice rooms, Suites and apartments. The hotel is located in the Melbourne Jewish quarter. You can order Glatt kosher meals.
Kimberley Gardens kosher hotel also provides Pessach - Passover packages - see details at http://www.pesach.com.au/
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"" Posted on 2010-11-21 03:20:43 by Jane Comment: I stayed there and it was very nice, didnt eat in as I had friends close by however Kimberley Gardens regularly holds simchas without any problems
"kimberley gardens" Posted on 2008-12-09 09:57:26 by steve Comment: accomodation okay, but don't eat here...my soninlaw found a staple in his meat, and they did nothing about it
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