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I stayed at this hotel in a twin room for 4 nights. We didn't arrive until 1 am and we were in a group of ~40, but check in was efficient and they had laid on an excellent hot meal for us.
The room was...More
52 of us stayed here for 5 days. We all agreed that the rooms were very clean and spacious. Decoration was plain but it was probably only a colourful duvet cover away from looking good. The food was fresh and plenty, with the Hassan and...More
The hotel is awful, filthy and in a location surrounded by street vendors. The staff and manager are rude, never been qualified or study hospitality. The room chamber doesn't know how to make the bed. He only covers the bed, leave it the way it...More
Hotel is exceptionally close to the Herod's Gate entrance into Al Aqsa. Conveniently located and gives you a sense of Palestinian life. Great service from the owner and his son. Good restaurants within 200m walking distance from the hotel. Hotel is basic but great value...More
Very good location in Palestinian part of town, ok internet and no bed bugs! Very nice staff, a bit worn down but for the price definitely ok! The breakfast buffet boring, but again: considering the price, it was fair!
US$61 - US$91 (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.