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Ha-Havazelet Street 4 , Jerusalem, 94224, Israel – Show map
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Hotel Habira's staff speaks: Russian, Hebrew, English
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Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is needed) and charges apply.
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Suit Press, Daily Housekeeping, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
Russian, Hebrew, English
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
Up to two older children or adults are charged USD 55 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 2.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 53 reviews
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Score from 323 reviews Good
In the center of Jerusalem, this 3-star hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Jaffa Gate and 215 yards from Ben Yehuda Street.
Score from 313 reviews Good
The Jerusalem Gold is an elegant hotel in the heart of the new city, next to the Central Bus Station and a 20-minute walk from the historic center.
Score from 538 reviews Review score
Excellently located just a 2 minute walk from the Old City Walls, Capitol Hotel is in a quiet street off the famous Salah Ad Din Street with its many restaurants, tourists offices and shops.
Score from 93 reviews Good
Unfortunately all the rest is just not there, very old, small bathroom, cannot open the door properly, and everything doesn’t look or feels clean.
The location is very good.
It was a fraud from the beginning to the end. Dirty, dekadent, smelling of kloak, lousy and rude service. Do yourself a favor - stay away!
Very dirty. Toe nail clippings on the carpet. Bathroom was also dirty. Very small closet like space to sleep in.
Had a good firm bed.
The noise from the bar next door untill 5 in the morning.
The staff is very nice and helpfull.
Smoke Dirt Discomfort
Netting windows because I was bitten by mosqiitoes. Blanket dirty, this needs to be washed like bed sheets.
No internet in rooms Air conditioning controller didn't work at first – needed new battery, then not switched to auto!
Breakfast supplied Balcony Clean & comfortable room
The stuff does not seem to care about cleaning, loOKs lile not painted for 20 years. Things if btoken stay broken
All the rest. very filthy. Bugs on the bed, smell of cigarettes. Do yourself a favor and book elsewhere.
My single-room three-night reservation could not be found, although it was confirmed in writing by Booking.com. Instead, I was practically forced to take a double room at double the price! And yet, my reservation was treated as nonrefundable, though by the terms of Booking.com modifications were allowed free of charge. I stayed only one night but I was irrevocably charged for three nights. The room itself was fairly clean, but the bathroom facilities were poor, the AC was not functional, the room itself was so small as to feel cramped- there was not even a chair to sit down! The breakfast was very poor. There were other negatives as well, such as staff attitude, tiny elevator, and 3 floors to climb when the elevator was not available. Altogether pathetic- this was one of the poorest hotel experiences in all my life; and the monetary part was simply outrageous! Dr. Frank Luger, Montreal, Canada
Run down hotel with everything comming apart. Cost 80 USD - worth 20-30 USD.
Good English speaking movie channels
Hotel Habira reported to me that they had no communication from Booking.com re. my reservation. If I had not brought my email I would not have gotten a room. Most of staff did have good enough command of English to be helpful.
It was nice to have a working refrigerator and TV in the room. One of the several staff members was kind and made an effort to provide some service.
Even that I booked a room for 60 USD for a night, which is really much for such a dirty tiny place, the staff wanted 250 shekels which is like 75 USD. They also tried to get from me 20 shekels just for the possibility to leave my luggage for a few hours at the reception, which I did not gave them, because I have already payed really enough to these greedy people. The staff is absolutely incorrect and unprofessional, and THIS PLACE IS NOT 3 *HOTEL as they declare. Every simple youth hostel is a paradise in comparison to this.
There is nothing to like on this filthy place.
Its in need of total renovation. Its dirty, the plumbing is in a terrible state, the furniture is out of some junk heap etc. Its overpriced even for a 'budget' hotel.
Its in a good location for visiting the Old City. The desk staff are friendly but have limited non Hebrew language skills
The hotel itself looked dirty, when I arrived with a confirmed reservation they told me that they did not have any rooms available. I was lucky because even if they had rooms I wouldn't have stayed there. Very dirty looking, strong smell of cigarettes.
Staff was Ok, they let me used the internet so that I could find a hotel room for the night.
Nothing like in the pictures. For what you pay you get a very very small room. The room was extremely dirty. Dust and crumbs everywhere. The room and bathroom needed some major work done. The windows don't shut completely so mosquitos come in and that means you're woken up every night with mosquito bites or just from the annoying buzzing sound. Staff didnt speak very well English but overall was helpfull. Not very friendly though. But Ive been told you get that everywhere in Israel. Breakfast was ok. I wouldnt go here again or recommend anyone to go here.
Very dirty, stingst, cleanliness is poor, bedsheets & pillow case are only changed upon request and that will be at least one week. Toilet paper & soap are given upon request. Room is not cleaned regularly. The dustbin is also not emptied daily. The toilet was not washed at all during my one month stay. The toilet fitting is broken and not replaced. The room which I booked was very very small like a store room I can't even put my luggage. I eventually forced to changed to another single room for us $90/- per day. The neighbouring rooms customers talkings and shoutings can be heard over. The breakfast is very poor. I very much regretted booking such hotel, l do travel much but on comparison this hotel is wost please do not recommend. This is what I could say to the best of my knowledge. Thanks
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