Police arrested Monday three protesters who managed to enter the floor of the Jerusalem hotel where US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is staying, a spokesman said. The three protesters entered the hotel, climbed the stairs to the floor where Rice is staying and shouted before they were stopped by bodyguards, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said. They called on the United States to free convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard. Police arrested the three protesters before they got very close to Rice's room, Rosenfeld said. It was not clear if Rice was in the room at the time, he said.