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Really nice rooms for a hostel. Well looked after building, conference rooms and outdoor areas.
Service wasn't always the friendliest, and you will need a taxi to get into town.
Didn't try the food, but looked decent.
In Jerusalem to volunteer got The Feast of Tabernacles. Rooms were maybe 3 stars. I wouldn't leave any valuables out and would certainly lock suitcases when I was away from the Guest House. Meals were passable - never served on time. Meals were kosher. Reasonably...More
As much as I wanted to love the Rabin Guest House, I just didn't. Breakfast was suppose to be ready at 6:30 each morning but they NEVER were ready on time. The selection was good but the staff seemed to have a yelling match each...More
Hostel was very clean and well organised, the views are amazing and each room is equipped with a private bathroom.
We didn't get the chance to have the breakfast there but everything seemed really nice, we enjoyed coffee on the amazing balcony.
I was surprised by the plesant, clean and wonderful place. It was full and I did not hear noise. It is walking distance from University and Museum and more. Perfect even for me an old lady. Breakfas t was good with plenty of fresh vegetables,...More
I'm just now seeing this question so you may have already taken your trip. No, there are not hair dryers in the bathrooms. This is a "no frills" place to stay. It's more like a hostel. Beds, small refrigerator, small... More
I'm just now seeing this question so you may have already taken your trip. No, there are not hair dryers in the bathrooms. This is a "no frills" place to stay. It's more like a hostel. Beds, small refrigerator, small closets for up to 4 people, tiny shower & bathroom area.
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