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Recommendation for Gilo mikveh

19 December, 2011

Question:

More of a comment for your readers…

If anyone is looking for a nice Mikveh in Jerusalem – for the regular 30 shekel price – look no further than the Mikveh in Gilo Aleph (Afersemon Street).

My feedback is that it is a nice, clean mikveh, with a lovely ambience from the moment you enter the garden leading up to the door.

Inside – in a Moroccan style – the decor is very soothing. There is a possibility of having a room with a mikveh within it. And as you prepare – there is lovely, relaxing, classical music.

They provide most things – including toiletries and cosmetics; and towels of course – clean towels.

I had a great experience at the luxurious Ramat Beit Shemesh Beit Mikveh (50 shekel – but worth it:) – and since then have been putting up with less than acceptable mikva'ot.

Please forward this feedback onwards – to give ladies a nice Jerusalem mikveh experience.


Answer:

Thank you very much for sharing this information with us!


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