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As a frequent traveler to Israel, I’ve been using the services of Rentals of Distinction for many years. I’ve rented at least 5 different apartments—from small to large, in various Jerusalem locations—and every apartment has been well-maintained and exactly what is described on the ROD website. Additionally, the entire staff in the US and Israel is professional, friendly and helpful. It’s really nice knowing when dealing with ROD that I never have to worry about the accommodations I’ll find when I arrive in Israel. Recently, my family (including 10 people) stayed in the Shimshon 5 apartment. It was absolutely lovely, on a quiet street, with a parking space. I highly recommend it if you need a big apartment with lots of bathrooms.
By: David Silverman On: 2017-12-26
even better the second time....
The apt was just terrific and the service was great. Everything was in order when we arrived- tidy, clean, with a full array of supplies. The red notebook with instructions and information was invaluable and the few time I had to call the manager Nir for clarification he was quick, attentive, and responded immediately. The apt is large and spacious- suited our needs perfectly. close to shopping, town, with a shul across the street. To be fair having to climb 54 steps to reach the kitchen from outside was inconvenient but did keep us slim and in shape!
Overall our experience was fantastic and we would most definitely book again with Rentals of Distinction.
By: Nomi And Ben Kain Smilchensky On: 2017-06-06
Efrem and Tamar Schwalb
We stayed at the five bedroom duplex apartment on Shimshon 5a in Baka for Sukkos. The apartment is newly renovated and beautiful. The sukkah sat at least 16 people and the view of Yerushalayim was spectacular. There are multiple porches which are quiet and comfortable. Our manager helped us when we needed assistance with a few appliances. The apartment comes with a single parking space under the building and an elevator from the parking opens into the bottom floor of the duplex. There are both ashkenazi and sephardi Young Israel like shuls very close by. Other shuls are a little further away but within walking distance, and the Kotel is a 35 minute walk through the entrance from Har Zion, with the free baka bus to the old city 5 minutes way. Baka streets are quaint and not very busy. We had a great time.
By: Efrem And Tamar Schwalb On: 2016-10-28