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It is nothing good to say about this HOSTEL ( it`s not a hotel...just the name is )
It is DIRTY ( bathroom is nasty , carpet is very dirty and beaten ) Furniture is from 1970 ...and with dust... Sheets and towels are DIRTY...More
The hotel is in a good location based just outside of old Jerusalem close to the Damascus Gate. Nearest sites are Soloman's Quarry but Garden Tomb is not far either (most things are walking distance in Jerusalem). Staff are friendly and easily accommodating, answering any...More
We sadly arrived a few hours late to the hotel because of the border control stopping us, but the Hotel refused to give us a room because they've already rented out the rooms. We were told to wait for the next day to get a...More
It's not 5*, the rooms are basic, the food is plentiful but not brilliant. BUT.... the team is fantastic, the location is brilliant and I loved this hotel, you could relax in the lounge in the evening overlooking Jerusalem.
I'm definitely going back there!!
Great location, simple but clean and friendly hotel.
I led a group of 14 people, we all loved it.
The location is great if you are looking for a cheap area, still very close to the old city.
US$68 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Isabelle H | Reviewed this property |
There are electrical sockets in the room. I stayed in a 3 bedded room and mine was under the side table (so might take a little of your Sherlock skills but you'll get it!) my chums was next to the coffee table). Don't forget... More
There are electrical sockets in the room. I stayed in a 3 bedded room and mine was under the side table (so might take a little of your Sherlock skills but you'll get it!) my chums was next to the coffee table). Don't forget your adaptors.
As for the wifi. It is present and it is free (well, included in your room rate would be more accurate I guess). There are two portals within the hotels and so your device will straddle between the two, dependant on where you are. It's good enough to go on Facebook, send messages/emails but you wouldn't be able to stream a film sort of thing. I made Internet voice calls but I didn't attempt a video call. Connection was alright on audiocall.