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Derech Shchem 29, Jerusalem, 97100, Israel – Show map
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Buffet-Style Restaurant, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Suit Press, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged USD 25 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/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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Hotel has been renovated and it's looking nice! Location: this is a good location since you can walk to the old town. You can reach the temple or the walls in 15 min walking. But this is the Arab part of town, so not the most upscale neighborhood. Rooms: not big, but good size. Have a fridge, balcony, nice bed and that's it. WiFi: free and very good speed. Great! Staff: this was the best of this hotel. Everyone very very helpful. My special thanks to Sami. Breakfast: very good. Restaurant also serves very good dinner!
The bathtub was leaking and flooded the bathroom a little. But nothing major. We missed a hair dryer.
Garden Tomb is just 3 min walking and the Old city (Damascus gate) is 5 min walking, also a city train station is above hotel.
We didn't like so much the neighborhood. This part of Jerusalem is east Jerusalem which is much different than west.
Legacy Hotel is a few minutes away from Damascus Gate and there's also a tram stop nearby, so it's extremely convenient. The room was tiny and in need of renovation but fine if you're just there to sleep - and the big terrace was lovely. Breakfast was good and with a lot of choice (though it's a pity they give you those canned fruits instead of the real stuff - so easy to find in Israel).
Service, however, was very bad. The waiters in the restaurant are more interested in chatting to each other than serving your coffee and the one at the counter was just plain rude, to say the least. Also, don't count on reception staff (kind, but incompetent) if you need any help to rent a car, find directions or schedules, etc, just count on your android or go to the agencies by yourself and save time.
friendly and attentive staff, clean and spacious room, good size balcony with table and 2 chairs, comfortable bed, clean bathroom, but most of all EXCELLENT food in the restaurant upstairs at reasonable prices (we had our Christmas dinner there). Quiet location and short walk to the Damascus gate.
Comfortable rooms. Accommodating staff. Nice restaurant. Walking distance to Old Jerusalem.
Wasn't clear that this was in the Moslem section and not that nice an area. We didn't want to go out at night. Must use locked car parking lot across the street...not convenient. Couldn't find hotel address using GPS
Aside from difficulty finding the place (wrong/confusing address) the hotel was not in the most pleasant part of Jerusalem
Staff & food both excellent
Very small r, which is not suggested in web site photos.
I was very impressed by this Palestinian -owned hotel just on the border of East Jerusalem and eight minutes walk from Damascus Gate. Extremely good food, brilliant location and excellent value for money. Do not fail to visit the Garden Tomb which is en route to the Old City - infinitely more impressive and believable than the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
With the exception of reception and the dining room, staff could benefit from a bit more training in customer service and a slightly more pro-active approach. Breakfast coffee came when you asked for it but wasn't immediately offered, which was a shame as the food was superb. Had to ask three times for a G&T in the sports bar. Still these were the only glitches in an otherwise excellent stay and I would recommend this hotel.
The staff of this hotel was able to anticipate our needs. This is something that rarely happens. They were always cordial and helpful. The restaurant on the fifth floor is a rare jewel that offers a great choice from menu of Palestinian cuisine. The location is perfect for individual exploration of the Old City.
Our room faced a busy road and the air conditioning plant which both made it for a very noisy stay. Closing the windows made it possible to have some sleep. Ongoing maintenance is a bit too obvious for my taste. It is aesthetically unpleasing.
nice stuff and always helpfull
Location of the hotel.
Breakfast was poor, in my room the hair dryer wasn't working
Good size room and great breakfast buffet.
The high stairs at the hotel enterance with no ADA ramp.
We found the reception staff friendly and helpful even though her English was not perfect. Our room which had been discounted substantially was small and clean. The restaurant was very good with a good choice. When our food arrived it was piping hot and the quantity was in all honesty far too much . The hotel is very close to the old city and we only took about 15 mins to get to the Jaffa Gate.
Jerusalem is not an easy place to drive around and we had great difficulty finding the hotel. After much driving around in circles we found the hotel but couldn't find the entrance. It was only by luck that we drove into a car park to ask how to get in and were told we had arrived. We had to then go through an unmarked door and into the building, through a corridor and again by luck found another door into the lobby. Our room was clean but very small and the bathroom looked tired and needed an upgrade though it was clean. The room had been substantially discounted though it wasn't worth the money.
The hotel offers an extraordinary bang for your buck. Located a 5 minute walk from the Old City, and a 2 minute walk from the tram stop. Very clean, comfortable rooms. Fast Wi-Fi. And the restaurant upstairs is excellent. Breakfast is much more than what you'd normally expect, with a huge variety of different foods - meats, cheeses, fruits, breads of all kinds, cereals, juiced etc etc. Also the wines and the evening menu were very good. In addition, there is an awesome panorama view of Jerusalem from the restaurant balcony. The staff was friendly and helpful. This hotel is a true gem, don't miss it.
The french/moldy cheeses in the restaurant are stored without a cover, hence the whole restaurant smells of them during breakfast. Most people might not feel it, but to me it was a terrible appetite-killer during breakfast. The restaurant staff all looked surly at breakfast. It could have been the difficult Palestino-Israeli situation though. Plus the month of Ramadan must have been hard for the restaurant staff.
The location was great, the staff were very helpful. The breakfast was very good.
Rooms were very clean, restaurant extremely tasty.
The lady at the front desk wasn't nice at all, it's as if she was doing us a favor in giving us our room, extremely rude. The location wasn't the best, especially at night, it felt a bit dangerous.
Lazy inattentive staff from reception to restaurant. Interior is quite run down.
The location is just 0.5 mile from the Damascus Gate; Free car park is provided for guests; breakfast gives multiple options and is really tasty; WI-FI is fast
Firstly the staff: They are there but as they weren't interested in providing any kind of assistance. One has to ask for everything and even then the help is given reluctantly. The only helpful person was Rana from the Reception - she outdid her duties by far. The staff at the breakfast was just opposite - very helpful. We were never told that the password for the WI-FI was operational for 24h only. That was something I figured out myself. Finally bar was supposed to be open until 00:00 but when we returned to the hotel at 22:40 we were told that the place was closed and that nowhere else alcohol was served :(
The restaurant on the 5th floor amazing, the garden restaurant was amazing! I would stay there over and over again! Just fabulous!
I think it would be a nice touch if the personell in the breakfast hall could at least smile and greet the guests. Maybe ask if the guests would like to have a coffee instead of the guests having to go look them. Hairdryer would have been nice to have in the room.
Nice location , walking distance to the Old City, friendly staff. Comfortable and clean. Good restaurant on the roof. Yummy breakfast to satisfy all tastes.
The location and the staff were great!
The rooms are really small and the bathrooms are dangerously small and slippery with possible accidents waiting to happen on the sharp ledge on the floor of shower stall exit and the drop from floor of bathroom to bedroom. Breakfast was mostly canned fruit and premade eggs from a mix.
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