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As I walked in this hotel I felt the hommy environment. My little cozy room was wonderful with great beds and AC and good service! I had my privacy and i felt just like in my own bed.
As I told the guys, if I...More
This is a small cute hotel in the very centre of Jerusalem. It is close to the old city, walking streets, markets, restaurants, churches and mosques, antique sellers and various cafes. There is a tram outside the hotel and also a few buses just a...More
The hotel is very well located, very close to the old city, the market, bars, restaurants and the light rail. Rooms are a bit austere, but you will miss nothing you can't do without. I willl definitely return here when I visit Jerusalem again.
We spend there 5 nights and it was amazing! Cute little rooms, some with nice balconies. It's close to the old city and the market and with some nice bars in the streets around the hotel. Because of them it's a little bit noisy at...More
For a start, ask for a balcony room. We are here now and we are loving it. Natan has been extremely helpful and hospitable. It's a great location but very basic. Jerusalem is expensive so this is a great budget choice. Close to the old...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$75 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#4 Best Value Hotel in Jerusalem
Number of rooms
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I am sure this can be arranged in the hotel if you speak to Eli or Nathan. Alternatively they will explain to you where to go. There are some customers who live in the hotel for months, I believe they manage to wash their... More
I am sure this can be arranged in the hotel if you speak to Eli or Nathan. Alternatively they will explain to you where to go. There are some customers who live in the hotel for months, I believe they manage to wash their cloths.
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"Rooms on the east side have floral window boxes, and overlook HaHavatzelet St- you can also see Yafo St and..."