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All reviewsgreat locationquiet neighborhoodsmall hotelold citybed and breakfastincluded in the room priceminute walkwalking distancestayed in this hotel for nightssmall fridgefamily roomsaladtea coffeevery nice staygreat synagoguereception deskair conditioner
We stayed 5 nights.The hotel is comfortable and clean without being luxurious.The staff were exceptionally friendly, welcoming & helpful.Breakfast buffet was varied & adequate.There was a nice atmosphere and some guests actually spoke to each other and exchanged smiles.Coffee & tea was available around the...More
I have just come back from the most restful, peaceful, and enjoyable visit in Jerusalem. I stayed for the whole period at Little House in Rechavia and enjoyed every minute of it. i enjoyed its affordability, the warm welcome that proceeded into excellent cleaning service,...More
Little house provides the budget minded traveller a great location in Jerusalem with modest rooms and decent and simple breakfast. Nothing special- except friendly staff and clean rooms. Also a hotel that has both foreign visitors and Israeli families spending time together.
This hotel seems clean and functional without offering anything special. The staff is courteous and conscientious, but frankly that was the WORST NIGHT I ever had in a hotel! Around 12:30 at night an ear-splitting alarm went off. Me and roommate grabbed our luggage and...More
I can't say enough about this little gem of a hotel. In a chic but serene neighborhood, you have the King George Street two blocks away. Inside, you feel safe and well taken care of by a wonderful staff from the lovely people at the...More
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Breakfast is Kosher under strict Rabbinical supervision. We purchased Kosher yogurts at a nearby food store which we didn't eat and wanted to give to the breakfast buffet. They had to first have their Rabbi okay them.