When I arrived, the smoke detector's alarm was beeping in the corridor.
At another time, the room went completly dark at night due to an electrical blackout (I had to use a flashlight in order to find the phone).
Both of these issues required a call to the reception desk but were handeled rather quickly (within 10 min).
Other than that, there's a clock in the room with dead batteries rendering the clock completly useless.
Don't expect spa slippers nor bath robes.
As for the price, I find it somewhat pricy like most hotels in Israel but at least I felt I got a nice room.
The satff at the reception desk were nice and polite, the hotel is close to the old city, the room was very clean, I got a big room with a nice view to the old city, breakfeast was good, free Wifi, free parking, the hotel was quiet, defintly one of the better hotels in Jerusalem at this price range.