Description:Situated on Yafo street in the centre of Jerusalem, the Ceasar hotel offers an European atmosphere, spacious rooms, as well as exquisite kosher food. Great location, close to many historical sites and tourist attractions.... [more]
beautiful, modern mikvah in the heart of Jerusalem.
very pleasant experience. clean and comfortable.
"Mikvah" Posted on 2011-07-06 03:06:14 by Tamara Comment: I was nervous after reading Chana's comment, but I was relieved that everything was fine. The buiding location was tricky (opposite where one would expect it to be!) but I knew it had to be there and persisted until I found it! The "door that didn't lock" was the door that goes to the mikvah - only the attendant has access. My bath water was clean, maybe the yellow colour had to do with time of ye... [more]
"" Posted on 2010-02-15 15:22:39 by Chana Comment: This Mikvah may be nice, but it's far from clean and comfortable. The water in the bath was yellow, all they gave was a towel (no bathrobe or anything else), one of the doors of the bathroom did not lock, there was no garbage can, there was an old comb sitting on the corner of the bath full of someone else's hair.
I had a very unpleasant experience and I hope no woman is turned off from Mikvah b... [more]
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