Health & Fitness

Fitness, Gym and Health Club

The health club at the Ramada Jerusalem Hotel occupies an area of over 6 acres and includes the following: dressing rooms, a modern and sophisticated gym, a massage room, aerobics room, indoor pool, dry and wet saunas, an outdoor pool, and a spacious garden including a children’s playground.


Our hotel gym is open Sunday to Thursday from 6:00 am-8:45 pm and on Friday from 6:00 am-6:00 pm, on Sabbath & Jewish holidays it is open from 10:00 am-8:45 pm The gym contains a variety of state-of-the art treadmills, cross trainers, strength and aerobics machines.

Our professional fitness instructors will be happy to provide our guests with one-on-one fitness instruction and a tailored program to give you the most efficient workout possible.

The entrance to the gym for hotel guests is free of charge



The health club has a massage room with a calm and zen-like atmosphere. We offer an array of massages (fee entailed) for you to choose from. You can also book a masseuse to come to your hotel room, appointment only, and enjoy it in privacy.

A detailed list of the types of massages we offer can be found at the hotel Front Desk or at the health club reception.


The health club offers a wide variety of types of aerobic exercise classes free of charge for our hotel guests. A detailed schedule of classes can be found at the Front Desk and at the health club reception.



Our beautiful semi-olympic indoor swimming pool is designed for long-distance swimming or for a refreshing dip; open from Sunday-Thursday from 5:30 am-8:45 pm and on Friday from 6:00 am-6:00 pm. On Saturday and Jewish holidays the pool is open from 7:00am-8:45pm. Entrance is free for hotel guests.


Our outdoor swimming pool features a spacious and well maintained sun deck, spacious lawns and play areas for children and teenagers. The pool is designed for long-distance swim or refreshing dip, open from May to October on Sunday to Thursday between the hours of 9:00 am-5:00 pm (flexible hours depending on daylight hours and time of the entry of Sabbath) free of charge for hotel guests.