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Located in the center of Jerusalem, Stay Kook Suites offers elegant rooms with free WiFi access. The hotel is 656 feet from Zion Square and 2297 feet from the Ben Yehouda Promenade. Location. Value. Clean. Good service.
My jerusalem view in Jerusalem provides accommodations with a terrace and a shared lounge. The property is located 1.9 miles from Church of All Nations and 2 miles from Garden of Gethsemane. Great place, great location. Beautiful rooms and shower. Great view!
Set in the Jerusalem City Center district and 1.2 mi from Jerusalem's Western Wall, Bezalel Hotel - an Atlas Boutique Hotel features free WiFi throughout and air-conditioned rooms. The staff were extremely friendly and went out of their way to make our stay as enjoyable as possible.
Featuring free WiFi, Ben Hillel Boutique Hotel offers accommodations on a pedestrianized street in Jerusalem, a 10-minute walk from the Mahane Yehuda Market. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Conveniently located in the very city centre, its location couldn’t be better. The rooms are nice and well kept, with comfortable beds and bathrooms. Rooms have mini fridge and electric kettle. Besides that, complimentary cold beverages are available at the reception, plus tea/coffee facility. The place is spotless and run by very nice, helpful staff.
Located in the heart of Jerusalem, 1640 feet from the Jaffa Gate and Jerusalem's Old City, Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem is housed in a building whose design blends Greco-Roman, Gothic and Ottoman motifs.... Staff was exceptional and made everything absolutely seamless. This was true for the front desk, the concierge and the restaraunt. It was a true luxury experience.
Located in Jerusalem, 2.2 miles from Western Wall, Biazi Hotel features a shared lounge and views of the city. It is brand new, really comfortable and clean. It is also in a good location because the street is really quiet although it is very close to a neighbourhood with loads of restaurants and bars.
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Leonardo Boutique Jerusalem is located in Jerusalem, 1.2 mi from Dome of the Rock. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and restaurant. great location the staff were so kind and gentle the room is comfortable and big the breakfast was...
Located in the heart of Jerusalem, a 10-minute walk from the old city walls, Villa Brown Jerusalem offers rooms with free WiFi. I loved staying at the hotel. They give such attention to detail, very friendly staff.
Featuring a wellness area and two swimming pools, Orient Jerusalem by Isrotel Exclusive Collection offers accommodations in Jerusalem, 0.9 mi from the city center. Beautiful new Hotel with very modern and clean rooms.
Located in the heart of Jerusalem, 21st Floor Hotel offers modern self-catering accommodations with free WiFi and panoramic views of the city. The Western Wall is 1.9 mi away. It's a 5 star hotel no doubt So quiet and it's so perfe fly located the view is breathtaking
Located 328 feet from the Zion Square in Jerusalem, Eyal Hotel is opened in 2014 and offers modernly furnished accommodations with free WiFi access. The Great Synagogue is 1969 feet away. Service is good. The food is good, yet, basic. The room was convenient. Location is good.
Housed in a historic building in the center of the German colony in Jerusalem, Villa Ba'Moshava - Boutique Hotel offers free-to-use bikes. Free Wi-Fi access is available. very nice staff, very good breakfast and happy hour, good location (we had a car), nice neighborhood
Set just 1476 feet from the Damascus Gate, Jerusalem Hotel is an elegant 19th-century Arabic mansion. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free high-speed Wi-Fi, plus a garden, bar and restaurant. The style of the hotel and the furnitures in the room. Nice staff. Free parking nearby.
Located in Ein Kerem village, Alegra Boutique Hotel is 656 feet from the Church of the Visitation. My friend had the unfortunate circumstance of falling outside when trying to get in to a taxi.
Featuring free WiFi, Koresh Hotel offers accommodations in Jerusalem, 0.7 mi from Western Wall and a 15-minute walk from the Mahane Yehuda Market. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The biggest room ever The staff is great
Kaplan Hotel offers accommodations in Jerusalem. Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and is equipped with a TV. The rooms come with a private bathroom equipped with a shower. Very friendly people and convenient located place.
Enjoying a central position in Jerusalem, 0.7 mi from the historic core, Central Boutique Hotel offers elegantly decorated rooms with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. I have stayed at the Central Boutique Hotel two times. Each time my experience has been excellent.
Located a 5-minute walk from east Jerusalem city center, Azzahra Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. Rooms have satellite TV and private bathrooms. The staff The location The ambianc
La Perle Hotel is just a few steps from the popular streets of Jaffa and Ben Yehuda. Modern rooms have a safe, black-out curtains, an LCD TV, and free high-speed Wi-Fi. I liked particularly the location of the hotel which is at the heart of the city center and the...
Offering a 24-hour front desk, Jerusalem Castle Hotel is located in Jerusalem. The property is 0.6 mi from Mammilla Mall where you will find many restaurants, shops and cafes. desk was helpful and had good breakfast-very nice hotel-close to old city
Set in the center of Jerusalem, just 5 minutes’ walk from the Mahane Yehuda Market, Agripas Hotel offers spacious rooms with wooden floors and city views. The Old City is 1.2 mi away. The air conditioning worked very well and the room was clean and comfortable
Located along the historic Hillel street just a 2-minute walk from King George Street, Hillel 11 provides air-conditioned accommodations with free WiFi access. This hotels location was perfect for us. It was near restaurants and lots of shops.
Featuring free WiFi, Ben Hillel Boutique Hotel offers accommodations on a pedestrianized street in Jerusalem, a 10-minute walk from the Mahane Yehuda Market. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Conveniently located in the very city centre, its location couldn’t be better.
Located along the Ben Yehudah pedestrian promenade, Arthur Hotel is a colonial-style building in the center of Jerusalem. The elegant rooms include free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and cable TV. Great location, spacious and comfortable rooms, kind, attentive and helpful staff, amazing...
Located in Jerusalem within a 14-minute walk of Western Wall and 1.9 miles of Church of All Nations, Gloria Hotel has rooms with free WiFi. The hotel is literally 100 ft from the Jaffa Gate - a delightfully busy entrance into old Jerusalem,...
Mammilla Hotel - The Leading Hotels of the World features a panoramic rooftop terrace overlooking Jerusalem's Old City. Everything . Perfection. Amazing staff. Rania from the reception was the best
One of Jerusalem’s most famous hotels, the King David offers luxury décor, panoramic views and an outdoor pool. The spacious gardens overlook the Old City, a 15-minute walk away. this very elegant and nice palace
The David Citadel Hotel overlooks the old city of Jerusalem. It features a large swimming pool, free gym, and a range of dining facilities; all with panoramic views. The breakfasts were excellent and made better by the superb customer care of the waiters, in...
Located in the lively Nahalat Shiva district, Harmony Hotel offers free on-site parking and design rooms with free Wi-Fi. Outstanding location an excellent staff.
DEM Hotel is located in Jerusalem, 1.7 miles from Western Wall. All rooms have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. The property has free WiFi. Everything from the staff to property, cleanliness and location!
The Old City cannot be missed. There is more to Jerusalem then just that though, lots of museums and galleries and neighborhoods to explore. There are excellent restaurants in Jerusalem. You should know they are kosher so you have some understanding about no dairy, as many people drink cappuccinos or love cheese etc. Also, you should know that meat is a bit different and you may want to choose certain dishes where medium rare or rare aren’t important to you. There’s no shellfish. So a basic understanding of what the dining is like and just know they have amazing food all over. People should be aware of where they are going to and respect the culture and customs and dress appropriately. Jerusalem is one of the greatest cities on earth. Everyone should go to Jerusalem as well as tour all over Israel. It’s a bucket list place.
Loved Jerusalem and hired a private guide due to short time available and feel like we nailed it. As well as mooched around the markets in the afternoon which were funky, colourful and had an incredible buzz about them. Also did private tour of Bethlehem which was very cool as well.
The holy city is not to be missed. Your soul is there so take your body over. It is actually hard to describe the city with words and pictures do not do it any justice. One should simply experience the amazing vibe of the city at least once in a lifetime.
We were visiting our 20-something vegetarian daughter, so our experience was a blend of middle age and young adult. First, the surprises: it was easier to get around than I expected. Bus service and light rail is great, just pick up a Rav-Kav (fare card) at the airport—it’s good throughout Israel. Taxis are also no problem. Google maps is generally great for navigation; it will even give you public transportation routing. We took a “Dual Narrative” walking tour of the Old City with Mejdi Tours which I highly recommend. It was lead by one Israeli and one Palestinian and hearing both perspectives on some key historical and current events was fascinating and very helpful. If you’re looking to spend a lot of time at any of the sites, plan to go back on your own later. The food is awesome; particularly loved Tzidkiyahu (meat place, but with some fish and the most amazing salads and spreads). Aricha Sabich (near Mahane Yehuda) is not to be missed; Humus Ben Sira and Jahnun Bar (they serve wraps) are also good. Driving in Jerusalem is not for the faint of heart; it’s up there with Rome for craziness. However, we drove to the Dead Sea and Masada (through the West Bank) and once we were out of Jerusalem, it was easy. Masada offers a good audio tour. If you’re in Jerusalem over Shabbat, it’s an experience because so much shuts down. We had timed it well because we were ready for a little relaxation, but do plan ahead for food.
How can one not like this storied ancient city that represents so much to the Western world. It was exactly as I imagined; the crush of people, odors of spices, seeing and hearing tourists and pilgrims speaking so many languages at once, the loud voices shouting at each other, the hawking of souveniers, and the anitiquity of it all. We barely allowed enough time to see the most important Christian religious sites, so we cannot comment about Jerusalem outside the walls.
Beautiful old city with lots of history, diversity and gorgeous architecture. The old city is very walkable but lots of stairs if that’s a challenge, be aware. So much to learn and see about the three main religions of the monotheistic world! Ben Yahuda street was great fun during Chanukah.... great places to eat from falafel stands to fine dining nearby. Museums were easily accessed with local buses.
6.0 Review score 831 reviews
I accidentally entered a wrong card number, so the hotel might have just cancel my booking, but they didn't and they were super nice about it!The staff was just awesome! Especially the hotel owner or general manager. I got a great room with 2 balconies and they view was lovely. The best bit was the tram station just 5min walk away and from there too stops to the City Hall (main entrance to the old Jerusalem. I would stay at Addar again!
8.2 Very Good 1,476 reviews
You can not find better hotel in Jerusalem! clean ,warm,quiet,convenient to go any place you want in Jerusalem! suitable price,kichen in the room, services are very good,very friendly,very nice! Local foods are all around the hotel,also supermarket,near to Ben yehuda,near to yehuda market,near to train and bus station,near to the Western Wall! Central of the city,the best one you can find!
8.8 Excellent 280 reviews
We enjoyed our stay at the King David Hotel the garden and pool area attention to service and detail makes this long established hotel a cut above the rest. Although we had a couple of issues whilst staying the manner in which the hotel management dealt with the issues shows that this establishment well deserves it's 5 star rating. We will be back.
8.8 Excellent 1,106 reviews
We will remember our stay for a very long time. I will definitely will recommend this hotel to all our friends . The staff was always willing to help all the time and specially the manager Mr. Dudu. The breakfast buffet was beyond our expectations. The hotel has a perfect location. It s definitely the place to stay when go to Jerusalem
7.8 Good 1,175 reviews
One of those rare cases in Israel, when i am surprised of higher quality than i have expected. The location of property and the average quality of accomodation, are exceptional within this price range in Jerusalem. I warmly recommend Shani Hotel for any number of nights, and thank you for hosting us.
7.9 Good 735 reviews
The staff was very kind and the hotel is in the best area in downtown of Jerusalem with the easy one tram train nearby. Everything in your feet and for the old town is just 2 stops. And holy pilgrims in front of you. Totally recommend this hotel and the owners of this brand new hotel!
9.3 Awesome 1,010 reviews
We had a great stay. Large rooms in the city center of Jerusalem. Very reasonable price, cheaper than other hotels in the same area. It is different kind of hotel. They don’t have restaurant but hang every morning a bag with breakfast on a hook next to the door. Very lovely staff.
8.0 Very Good 842 reviews
The best location ever in Jerusalem ! Top of the mount of olives, breathtaking view and no other hotels around. You need to know how to move around because public transport is tricky but worth to stay regardless. The best view in entire town and such a friendly staff !
9.1 Awesome 439 reviews
The location is perfect for exploring Jerusalem. It is an easy walk to the Old City. The light rail stop is very close to the hotel and provides transportation to many other parts of Jerusalem. Olga responds very quickly to any questions via WhatsApp.
9.0 Awesome 452 reviews
It’s a great location and has a modern boutique hipster feel but for what I paid it felt more 3 star than 5 star . £200 a night . No tub , tiny room, No shower gel only soap . Nothing wrong with the hotel just should be half the price
8.0 Very Good 268 reviews
Best value for money hotel in Jerusalem! Excellent location close to Herod and Damascus gate. Lots of food and shops all around. Gorgeous view of the old city from our room. Buffet breakfast and dinner had good variety.
8.6 Excellent 363 reviews
Mike and the property manager are great . This is not a typical hotel. It’s a home away from home. We really enjoyed and would definitely stay at Mike’s place if we return to Jerusalem !!
9.2 Awesome 25 reviews
Excellent location, good place, nice building...definitely will recommend. We used to hotel 5 stars , but it too expensive in Jerusalem. Good solution for family with kids. Big apartment.
7.9 Good 2,144 reviews
2:nd time staying at Agripas. Nice hotel. Looks like it does in pictures. Best staff! Fab location next to market. Will defenetly stay at Agripas again next time in Jerusalem.
8.1 Very Good 278 reviews
Clean, updated, comfortable! Nicest staff. I just absolutely would stay at this hotel every time I go to Jerusalem. Best location and best value for price!
7.7 Good 587 reviews
It’s in Bakah,which is a wonderful neighborhood and it’s less expensive than other Jerusalem hotels. Great kosher breakfast.
8.5 Very Good 277 reviews
The best hotel in jerusalem. Ottimo per chi vuole stare la cento di jerusalem.
9.1 Awesome 473 reviews
Perfect hotel !The best hotel in Jerusalem!
8.6 Excellent 370 reviews
The breakfasts were excellent and made better by the superb customer care of the waiters, in particular, Said who kept my coffee cup filled, suggested freshly cooked delights and generally kept us well cared for. The swimming pool's opening hours were convenient for us (6.30am to 6.30pm) and the lifeguard always helpful with plenty of towels.
8.9 Excellent 864 reviews
Beautiful new Hotel with very modern and clean rooms. Top Hotel facilities and a very caring Concierge who kindly even assisted to take care of settling a parking fine at the post office. Top noch experience and would definately stay again here