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  • Fantastic location - very easy to explore the old city and modern Jerusalem. The building itself is an iconic landmark, but also has excellent facilities, especially considering it is one of the cheaper hotels. I've stayed at the hotel on two holidays, and both times have found the rooms basic, but clean, quiet and comfortable. The staff have always been helpful. The breakfast is the best I've ever had anywhere.

    Young couple from the United Kingdom
  • Jerusalem Hostel is one of the best locations in all of Jerusalem.Its perfect for travelers who need a central location. The staff is great and very helpful. If you want a quiet place and 5 star service then its not the place for you but if you want to truly experience the vibe of Israel and see how awesome Israeli's are then Jerusalem Hostel is the place to stay at.

    Johald, Solo traveler from South Africa
  • location in 15 min walk from Jaffa Gate (Old City). Real hotel (with reception berakfast etc. comparing with other cheaper options near Old City without reception and with room keys in nearest Supermarket. Freandly staff. Still the best value for money in Jerusalem downtown (with crazy hotel prices). It's OK if your are planning to see Jerusalem and some places around the city and looking for only room to sleep.

    Evgeny, Mature couple from Russia
  • Rooms design, restaurants positions, hotel location near old city and bar streets.

    Boltz, Solo traveler from France
  • I totally agree that this is the most beautiful hotel in Israel. An old Turkish palace with charm and elegance. Typical Leading Hotel chain 5 star service and food. Not cheap, but to Jerusalem a good value. Excellent location to old city.

    Helmut, Solo traveler from the Netherlands

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Prima Kings Hotel Good 7.7 The staff treats you as if you are a guest in their home. They are the best I have ever encountered even in 5 star more expensive hotels. They truly care to please you.
Prima Royale Hotel Good 7.6 Quiet, clean, spacious comfortable lobby, nice breakfast spread.
The American Colony Hotel - The Leading Hotels of the World Excellent 8.7 I travel around the world and stay in dozens of great hotels every year but this is one of the best places I've ever stayed. That facilities and rooms are great but the location and staff make this one of a kind.
Dan Jerusalem Hotel Good 7.6 Modern Hotel in Jerusalem. Staff was professional. Food was clean, fresh, and good.
Mamilla Hotel Excellent 8.8 The Mamilla is my favorite hotel!
Mount Zion Hotel Very good 8 Great staff Fantastic suites Lovely hotel
The David Citadel Hotel Very good 8 Close walking distance to the old city and new high end stores
YMCA Three Arches Hotel Good 7.5 great location, close to old town, friendly staff, nice breakfast
Inbal Jerusalem Hotel Very good 8.4 The friendly and thoughtful staff are eminently qualified to handle a truly diverse range of clientele. The food and facilities, especially the pool, are perfectly maintained. The views are breathtaking. All of the rest is commentary.
Olive Tree Hotel Good 7.6 location and value for money, good food and clean.
Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem Good 7.9 The staff were very helpful and the location superb .
Dan Panorama Jerusalem Hotel Very good 8.2 The location, staff. In fact everything!
King David Hotel Jerusalem Wonderful 9 Provision of a complete range of qualty services including milkshakes
Leonardo Hotel Jerusalem Good 7.2 The hotel is located in a quiet area and at the same time very close to the old city (Nablus gate), just a 10 minutes easy walk. We came as a group of 3 families with small chldren. We were received by Ms. Yael Hazan, the guest relations manager. She was superb! took care of all our needs: larger rooms and special cullinary needs for the small chldren. The staff at the hotel were friendly (as in all Fattal hotels). The hotel has its own parking facilities with direct elevators between the rooms and the parking, which is very convenient when one is loaded with luggage. We also used the hotel's Limo service to take us to various places we wanted to see. Due to the size of the group, they suggested a special minibus which was perfect for us. The rooms are very confortable, clean and have lots of light from the large window. ... and food: again, as my Fattal experience goes, great buffet of unlimited variation of tasty courses prepared to perfection. Very polite and helpful staff there too. In short, a stay to remember.
Notre Dame Center Very good 8.2 The staff was very nice, the lobby was clean and the roof top restaurant had amazing cheese selections and a view worth the entire trip.

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    The Meeting Point of Religions

    One of the world’s oldest cities, Jerusalem is revered in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Its focal point is the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old City where 4 diverse quarters sit side by side, surrounded by 16th-century walls.

    The most prominent Muslim Quarter landmark is the Dome of the Rock, a 7th-century shrine on Temple Mount whose gold dome is visible for miles. Nearby is Al-Aqsa Mosque, Islam’s 3rd holiest site.

    In the Jewish Quarter is the Western Wall (or Wailing Wail), remains of ramparts surrounding the ancient Second Jewish Temple, where Jews offer prayers. By the walls in the Armenian Quarter is the Tower of David, a 2nd-century BC citadel overlooking some Jerusalem hotels near Jaffa Gate, one of 8 city gates.

    The Christian Quarter houses the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, reportedly on the site of Jesus’ crucifixion, while the Mount of Olives – another Christian site and home to some Jerusalem hotels near the old city – is just east of the walls.

    Other must-see Jerusalem sights include Israel Museum with the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Yad Vashem, a memorial to Holocaust victims. The Rockefeller Museum was the 1st Middle Eastern archaeology museum, and Jerusalem Biblical Zoo houses wildlife from the Hebrew Bible.

    The closest airport to Jerusalem is Ben Gurion Airport, on the Tel Aviv road.

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