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Haneviim Street No. 6, Jerusalem, 97203, Israel – Show map
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Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 10 per day.
Room Service, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged USD 25 per person per night for extra beds.
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.
Cards accepted at this property
Palm Hostel accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
Based on local tax laws, Israeli citizens must pay VAT (Value-Added Tax). This tax is not automatically calculated in the total cost of the reservation.
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Close to the main attractions Staff is very nice and helpful
Nice local food stands nearby. Kebab sandwitch for 10 shekel etc.
Noisy location but also can be understood as active location.
Guests may have complaint but this hostel is better than others for budget travellers. You can watch TV with many channel at common space.
Imagine you pay 50 dollars for 10 dollars value hostel. But Jerusalem is simply expensive city.
free water, tea and coffee is provided. Jerusalem is expensive city and this service helps a lot.
Bathroom, especially wqsh basin is so small and impossible to wash your underware.
Best location for go around old city on foot, new city by tram and palestinian territory by bus. Good breakfast.
Your room will never be cleaned during your stay. Your towel will never be replaced. These service are request basis. Too small bathroom and no place to fix shower head. Wifi is provided but not enough speed.
Very good location
The bed was dirty had some hair in the pillows.
The staff was very helpful and friendly. There was a bachelor party going on one night that we were immediately invited to. As soon as we walked in, we were welcomed with open arms and smiles. Made us feel like part of the family.
The only thing I could find that was negative was that the pita was over made for breakfast so they kept the same bread for a couple of days and it was very hard.
location was really good and people from everywhere were so friendly to each other.
There is no breakfast but why advertisement showed " breakfast was provided?" Wi-fi didn't work well inside of room.
The kitchen was very cosy and the sight to the old city was beatiful. The location is perfect for tourists.
Our room hadn't any windows. There weren't hangers for towels in the bathroom.
Location, location, location! Right next to the old city, near cheap food. Room was ok. Good breakfasts.
Staff cleaned communal/dining area only once or twice a day - not enough. Desk staff were abrupt. Wifi worked intermittently.
So close to the Damascus Gate. Staff was helpful with our suitcases, even let us check in early. Loved the mint tea.
The street level entrance opened onto a very busy, messy sidewalk.
Excellent location, and good, hearty breakfast.
Single rooms are incredibly small and rough for the money; at $50 a night, I don't expect the Ritz, but I do expect enough space to open my suitcase. My room was also adjecent to the common area, which meant that I slept roughly 2-3 hours a night, as the hostel caters to youth groups, and they use this room as a hangout all night, every night. Staff tries to hard sell you on tours, but then are conspicuously absent if you have questions about getting around the city.
Just the position
the room was horrible, dirty, isolated, without even a proper blanket. A lousy bathroom, no soap, towels.
Quality/price- but in line with the over priced rates of Jerusalem. Use of own sleeping bag recommended. No fire safety whatsoever. Not worth 50$ for a room.
Location is very nice because it tooks about 3 minutes to the Old City.
Room was so small and toilet and shower was not clean.
Wifi and great guests.
Dirty. Unfriendly staff. Noisy. No information given on breakfast. If paying by credit card they have used an extremly unfair exchange rate to their favour. The shower was just a hose on the wall without a curtain.
We reserved a room of 4 beds. When we arrived, they said that we had reserved too long time ago and that they did not have this room available. Finally, they gave us a room with 2 beds only and with the same price and the room was in a bad shape with hole in the celling.
- excellent location right at the entrance to the old city - nice breakfast, free tea available all day - rooms recently painted
- no bed sheet upon arrival, just a blanket - despite having been cleaned bathroom smelled a bit (humidity?) - staff seemed a bit uninterested
Dirty sheets and duvet, dirty floor. Advise u to dont take trips with them u will be paying more and visiting nothing
Close to the old part of Jerusalem (across from the Damascus Gate). Easy to get around from there by public transport.
Limited hot water (worked one of two days I stayed there). Limited wifi. No elevator.
The location of the hostel is great. It is situated right outside of the Old City, with good tram and bus connections which enables you travel all over the city and to Palestine.
For the price of a double room they say that you get an exclusive bathroom. Well, you get that... but it is basically just behind a small wooden door in the room, which is TINY. The room fits no more than the king size bed. The bathroom was in bad condition as well. However you get a balcony which is cool. To be honest is the hostel, even though it is cheap for being Jerusalem, very bad value for the money. I've stayed at places in many other countries with the same standards but for maybe 1/5 of the price. Don't expect anything good. However, I stayed at the place two years ago as well, and since then it is remarkably better (haha).
Location was excellent. Breakfast was good. Room were nicely air-conditioned though the toilets were a bit too small.
Manager was a crook who charged more for the room rate than the days exchange rate. Some staff members are unpleasant and rude and some are helpful. Be careful not to get ripped off by the manager as most people in the hostel did.
everything. I don't have doubt: it is the worst accomodation that you can book. Concerning a classic feedback: very low quality/price, staff is rude, dirty, obscene bathroom, expensive. Unlikely this place is not just a bad accomodation, but it is on the fringes of legality: you sleep with other 11 peaple in a room of about 20 square meters, bad sanitation, several children work late. I think that booking.com should exclude this hostel from its system.
The Hostel is just outside the Old City, so it's a great location if you're going to see the Old City. The breakfast served was simple but adequate, and the hosts were helpful. If you're looking for a budget place, this is a great location.
The Hostel room was fairly small, somewhat dirty, and didn't have good ventilation. The blankets provided were small.
Was stuck for a bed,
The staff unhelpful. Beds are boards. Mattresses one inch thick,bed clothes old and tatty. And I am easly pleased. Avoid like the plague, a kip.
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