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East Jerusalem, Antar bin Shadad Street , 4, Jerusalem, 91191, Israel – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 124 reviews)
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Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Snack Bar
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Shops (on site), Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 1377 reviews Good
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Score from 827 reviews Very good
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With a tradition of hospitality stretching back to 1923, St George's Cathedral Pilgrim Guesthouse - Jerusalem is set in a traditional stone building and provides air-conditioned accommodation with...
Score from 41 reviews Very good
Lawrence of Arabia would have been at home at Jerusalem Hotel. The place exudiates the past. You have a sese of living in the lare 19th Century. The establishment is intimate, cozy, unpretentious and quiet. The owners and staff were very kind to me and were a great help as guides. You feel as if you are staying at someone's Villa and not another run-of-the-mill bread-and-breakfast. The furnishings, interior space and great celing height renders this establishment as the truly proper place to stay when visiting the Holy City if you wish to experience authentic Middle Eastern embiance. The location can not be beat. Steps away from the Damascus Gate, the hotel really has that "Orientalist" feeling in terms of atmosphere. The stones are ancient and glisten in the morning and evening light, and interior carved woodwork, Middle Eastern carpeting, and draperyf takes you back in time. The Restaurant as well was excellent in every sense. Food was delicious and the live local music was the cherry on the cake for me while I was their guest.
The looks, feel, authenticity, food, history.
Street noise with widows open.
Nothing at all
Poor and rude service, breakfast consisted of stal cornflakes and dire coffee. Reception said she could not acquire a taxi to Tel Aviv only to airport.
top location nearby the old city. Friendly staff with tasteful interior. Would really recommend this to everybody
Location Garden was good
Bathroom water all over Bad cleaning, hair in the bed. Noisy
If you're looking for modern luxury, don't look here. For us it was perfect. The rooms have so much character and we were just a couple of blocks from the Damascus gate. The breakfast is served in a garden-like area in the front, and in the evenings there's always people there talking over the day's events and smoking their sheesha. The staff is wonderful, too. The next time we are in Jerusalem we will stay here again.
There is a bus station right across the street in the front, and the hotel is on a fairly busy street, so it can be noisey. However we were so exhausted every night that it didn't bother us.
Excellent hotel with a great outside al fresco eating area downstairs. This was very busy with locals and served good food and wine. The staff were very helpful and friendly, with good standards in the hotel. The rooms are spacious, cool with a lovely balcony overlooking the bustling city below. I would definitely stay here again.
the bus depot opposite was a little noisy, but nothing that could put you off.
Atmosphere Location comfort clean
This is the most beautiful spot I have ever stayed. On top of that the staff were extremely helpful. I look forward to staying here in the future
This is a hotel with character. The building itself and the furnishings (collected from various countries) make for a culturally rich environment. The staff was friendly and helpful.
The Arabic furnishings in and outside my room, high ceiling, greenery and birds outside my window. The location near the old town, the cafe/restaurant area and the occasional live music in the evenings. Helpful reception staff, good breakfasts, waiters and clean rooms.
Major building work to road near hotel.
Hotel was really, really close to the bus station, Damascus gate and the Garden Tomb, so getting to the sights we wanted to see was really easy. Our room (located on the ground floor) was very spacious. Double beds are actually double beds and not two singles pushed together. Rooms were well appointed, if a little shabby. I had forgotten my toothbrush but there was a new one along with a few other bits and bobs (shampoo, sewing kit, hand cream etc) available in the room. Saved me a trip to a local shop. Food in the evening was good. We arrived fairly late and the hotel was still able to serve us, which was a bonus. Staff were friendly and generally very helpful. If I found myself in the area again would consider going back.
Breakfast was in my top ten least satisfying complimentary breakfasts of all time. By the time we got to it it had already been standing around for an hour or so and wasn't exactly aesthetically appealing. It's free, so not the end of the world, but it's not something I really wanted to leap out of bed for after the first day. If you're in a hurry to get somewhere it's filling (there are boiled eggs, cold meats, cheeses, cereal, salad, etc to choose from), but it won't be winning any prizes any time soon. Drains in the bathroom were a bit smelly if we didn't run the water for a while, but didn't really bother the two of us. Shower compartment was very narrow - I'm really short so it wasn't a problem but my partner is 6'3" and I think he had trouble using it with the door closed.
We loved everything about this fine little hotel. The staff was extra friendly and the breakfast very good. The dinner at the restaurant also very good and they have traditional live music some nights as an extra treat. The location was very near the tram and very near the Garden Tomb.
rooms a little dark
Perfect location, near the Old City, but not in it. Very atmospheric hotel. My room wasn't big but was very comfortable. Really great coffee (illy) with breakfast. The staff were very nice and helped me arrange tours, even if they they could be a little more pro-active with tourism advice. I would stay here again.
The bathroom wasn't quite up to the standard of the (very nice) bedroom, although it was fine and perfectly clean. The hotel name did make for some confusion with taxi drivers, I think there may be a Jerusalem hostel somewhere else.
Location was perfect next to Damascus Gate. Parking was a huge plus.
The terrace restaurant of the hotel, the decoration of the room and hotel, the little balcony, the staff (all of them!), the location, the tours on offer ...
A great little hotel...so inviting and beautiful...the staff were wonderful!!!
Nothing...it was just a great experience.
Shower room Bedroom Lighting
Beautiful old hotel, with welcoming, helpful and professional staff.
I loved the feel and vibe of this place. If you are looking for an original and authentic Arab vibe, this place is perfect. Wifi was great and the attached cafe was fabulous.
Curb appeal is lacking and there is nothing to do on the street.
Location not bad, 5 min till Damascus gate, good wifi
Although Damascus gate is near, we saw that this area is not the best (in front of bus station), its better to stay near Jaffa gate. No hair dryer, old furniture (beds were noisy), very small toilet rooms, cold eggs during breakfast (if you still find some). In general - ok, but not 3 stars according to EU standarts.
We were greeted nicely and were offered a welcome drink. Our room was gorgeous with 2 very big beds! Little balcony overlooking the back garden, very quiet. We liked the atmosphere and character of this little hotel. The shower was really brilliant! Plenty of nice details.
The bathroom is very small but with a window.
with local sytle & very nice hotel breakfast is very good.
The decor and ambiance
Restaurant staff a little abrupt
The staff, the location, the restaurant which was a beautiful focal point, the building itself and the decoration and furnishings
The bathroom - tiny and with a broken shower. We couldn't get a signal on the TV.