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53 Mount of Olives Road, Jerusalem, 91190, Israel – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
7:00 AM - 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.
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.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Location ..staff ..
Hotel is on good place... take bus 75 and after few minutes you are at Damascus gate, even on shabbat
The location was perfect for site seeing
Food was OK but staff could do with having a little patience and not rush people so they can get cleared up and finish the shift.they need to put the guests needs first
Very friendly staff Nagyon barátságos személyzet A busz pár lépésre áll meg, habár mindig bizonytalan volt a menet iránya, de mindig végül oda jutottunk! Jó reggeli
Muezzin singing few meters away A müezin az ablak alatt énekelt az éjszaka közepén.
Not much. There was a local bus to the old town nearby and a money changer nearby but he wasn't open a lot.
The room had no tv and no fridge. There was no lift. The chef was away for 2 days so no meals. Nowhere reasonable to eat nearby. Rather sleazy area especially the so-called restaurant over the road. Don't go there. It is called the Mount of Olives Restaurant but it is just a shed with a few tables.
The best is that the staffs are really helpful. And the location is pretty nice for me. I can enjoy the old city view all day long. Easy to reach spots in the Mt. of Olive, Jerusalem Old City is not really far as well.
The "Mount of Olives" hotel didn't have the room we booked. We were transferred to the neighbouring hotel "Seven Arches", which met all our expectations. Most impressing is the view from the breakfast room to the old city of Jerusalem.
As the Hotel is in the arabic quarter, the muezzin woke us up at 4 AM every morning.
friendly staff the first time in my life i complained about a room because i was so sure that this was not what i could have expected for the money. Because of my complaint i got a room almost opposite the former one. This room was restored and on the more quiet backside with clean and new bathroom and airconditioning and a good lightsysthem.
the room was old and dirty, the noice ( i had chosen the location on the mountain because thought it would be nice and quiet but people outside were screaming day and night + the sound of the cars on the road making sure that everyone could hear them coming) When i wanted to close the windows because of the incredible noice I found out that they were already 'closed'.(but old and not fitting) Wifi was sometimes working, sometimes not. Old piece of soap in the dirty window. After taking a bath the bathroom itself filled with water and ( not my) hair! There was no airconditioning.
Good price for Jerusalem- also close to the Old City. Breakfast included was also an added bonus.
Next door to a Mosque which blasts a call to prayer at 5:30 am every morning. A little run down but the rooms were clean.
The breakfast was incredible! There was such a rich variety. The staff are friendly, helpful and approachable. Great location. You can easily take the public bus (which costs 5 NIS) to Damascus gate.
Dirty water came up from the drain; that wasn't great.
was very beautiful, and the hotel inside very well put together. and for the most part the staff was very helpful and friendly
things got a little uncomfortable when my Israeli friend join me . because she was a soldierin the IDF she had to carry her gun with her and they would not let her inside even though I had paid for two. it was so uncomfortable I decided to leave and find a different hotel one that was friendly To IDF soldiers.
The Staff was very helpful. The breakfast was really good too. The location is good as well if you do not mind staying in the Eastern part of Jerusalem and climbing up the hill (501 steps)...:-)
The barking dogs in the yard. The place could have been cleaner as well...
Good view on Jerusalem
Everything was okey in relation to the price
The breakfast was very good with variety of ingredients but always a high standard.
It is too noisy with noise travelling between rooms, thus not allowing privacy
Staff was very friendly and helpful. There was always someone to answer very politely and with a smile. The beds were very comfort and the breakfast was okay. It was a positive experience given the cheap price
The location is a bit noisy, but safer than I though. The showers were not so good, but still fine for the price.
Very reasonably priced hotel in Arab East Jerusalem.
Great middle eastern breakfast. Close to the Old Town via bus or walk if you are fit to hike up the whole Mt of Olives (if not you can train :D )
Basic rooms but it's one of the cheapest options in Jerusalem so it's to be expected.
The staff was excellent. They were very hard working, friendly and extremely helpful. The food was very good. The location was perfect for our particular trip. The 2nd room we were moved to after a group left had a beautiful view.
There were barking dogs chained up outside the window of our first room. The first room was filthy. The shower curtain was black with filth at the bottom. After 3 days, when a group departed, we were moved to a clean comfortable room away from the barking dogs. The 2nd room had a great view for what we were there for.
Breakfast was not bad.
Room - facilities and interior.
The view of Jerusalem is fantastic
Very noizy with a 24h store just in front, need to put ear plugs to be able to sleep
Quiet. Good, helpful staff. A short walk away from a good view of old city.
I loved the view of the old city of Jerusalem, the hotel was very clean with ice-cold air con and sat-tv
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