Hotels Near Blue Hall Music In Jerusalem

5/5Perfect12 Reviews
0.05km from Blue Hall Music
Quite beautiful boutique hotel The hotel room is clean The bed is very comfortable But there is no toothbrush in the room. The slippers need to be provided. The staff is very warm. The breakfast is a typical Mediterranean breakfast.
FromUS$188
4.5/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.08km from Blue Hall Music
Boasting a wellness centre with an indoor pool and sauna, Herbert Samuel Hotel Jerusalem offers luxurious accommodation located just 800 metres from Jerusalem Old City. Guests enjoy a restaurant and free WiFi.All air-conditioned rooms and suites display elegant décor and flat-screen TVs. Junior suites feature a seating area with sofa.The Herbert Samuel Hotel's restaurant serves lunch and dinner, guests can also enjoy drinks at the bar. Breakfast is served daily.The wellness and spa centre comes with an indoor pool and sauna. Massages can be booked. Other facilities of the property include a business centre and free bike rental service.The Western Wall is 2 km from Herbert Samuel Hotel Jerusalem, while the Great Synagogue is a 10-minute walk away.
FromUS$187
2.5/55 Reviews
0.09km from Blue Hall Music
A perfect hotel for the budget conscious visitor to Jerusalem with an excellent central location This hotel has 180 rooms. The rooms are large and in fair to good condition and in keeping with the rest of the hotel the decor is traditional in style. The furnishings are tired in some places. Situated on the same floor as the reception area, serving local and international cuisine. A modern building built in 1988 and renovated in 1996
FromUS$273
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.1km from Blue Hall Music
Property Location With a stay at Eyal Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, steps from Zion Square and U. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art. This 4-star hotel is close to Mahane Yehuda Market and Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 68 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and minibars.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as a fitness center or take in the view from a terrace. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and tour/ticket assistance.Dining A complimentary hot/cold buffet breakfast is served daily.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and an elevator (lift).You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
FromUS$86
0/50 Reviews
0.13km from Blue Hall Music
With a stay at Capsuleinn - Adults Only in Jerusalem (Jerusalem City Centre), you'll be steps from Ben Yehuda Street and 9 minutes by foot from Mamilla Mall. This hotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Machane Yehuda Market and 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Jaffa Gate.Featured amenities include express check-in, multilingual staff, and coffee/tea in a common area.Make yourself at home in one of the 12 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers.
FromUS$72
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.14km from Blue Hall Music
Set in the Jerusalem City Centre district in Jerusalem, this air-conditioned apartment is 1.4 km from Western Wall. The unit is 1.5 km from Dome of the Rock. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property.A flat-screen TV is available.Church of All Nations is 1.9 km from Yafo 35, while Garden of Gethsemane is 2 km away. The nearest airport is Ben Gurion Airport, 41 km from Yafo 35.
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4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.16km from Blue Hall Music
Fantastic location! We were in Jerusalem for the Christian Holy Week celebrations, and the hotel was a 10-15 minute walk from the Old City. As others have mentioned, the rooms are simple. It's a place to sleep at night. Fresh towels were provided each day. Nathan and Eli were VERY helpful, especially when we had questions. Perhaps I am simply not accustomed to this, but there was no divider between the shower and the rest of the bathroom (e.g. the toilet, sink). There was a squeegee mop provided to help dry the floor, so I would highly recommend having a pair of shower shoes/flip flops. The walls are also pretty thin, so we had a noise maker app running on our phone whenever we were in the room.
FromUS$130
0/50 Reviews
0.17km from Blue Hall Music
The Brown Jlm is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Brown Jlm is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Jerusalem. The hotel is only 7km from Jerusalem Malha and 52km from Ben Gurion International Airport, giving guests a number of convenient transportation options. Famous local attractions I Am Jerusalem, Gabrieli Tallit and Art and Hebrew Music Museum, can all be reached with a short walk. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings.
FromUS$81
4.5/5Excellent15 Reviews
0.17km from Blue Hall Music
Property Location With a stay at Jerusalem Inn, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, steps from Museum of Psalms and Ticho House. This boutique hotel is close to Garden Tomb and Mahane Yehuda Market.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 26 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones and safes, and housekeeping is provided daily.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take in the views from a rooftop terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.Dining A complimentary buffet breakfast is included.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a computer station, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
FromUS$80
5/5Perfect6 Reviews
0.17km from Blue Hall Music
Located on Ben Yehuda Promenade, in the heart of Jerusalem's city center, the new KOSHER ibis STYLES Hotel is just a minute away from the Old City, Zion Sqr., the tram station, and is an ideal base for exploring and enjoying Jerusalem's important sites. 0.9KM to Jaffa Gate and the Old City, Nahalat Shiv'a District, Mamilla Avenue, vibrant Machane Yehuda Market and an abundance of New and Old City Attractions and Museums. A Complimentary happy hour is hosted every evening in the hotel's stylish restaurant.
FromUS$144
5/5Perfect12 Reviews
0.19km from Blue Hall Music
The Jerusalem Hostel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Jerusalem, whether exploring or just passing through. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. Take advantage of the hotel's smoking area, pets allowed, safety deposit boxes, family room, Wi-Fi in public areas. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. Enjoy the hotel's recreational facilities, including massage, before retiring to your room for a well-deserved rest. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Jerusalem, The Jerusalem Hostel will make you feel instantly at home.
FromUS$79
4.4/5Excellent13 Reviews
0.2km from Blue Hall Music
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Regional Health Office Area, Shamai Suites promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. All the necessary facilities, including Wi-Fi in public areas, shuttle service, family room, tours, airport transfer, are at hand. Relax in your comfortable guestroom, featuring laptop safe box, refrigerator, seating area, internet access – wireless (complimentary), desk. Entertain the hotel's recreational facilities, including indoor pool. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Jerusalem, Shamai Suites will make you feel instantly at home.
FromUS$87

Hotels Near Blue Hall Music In Jerusalem Review

4.4/510 Reviews
we visited Jerusalem last week and we stayed at this hotel. First of all, the location is great. if you're looking for a hotel in the center - it's clearly the one. 3-4 min walking distance from Machne Yehuda Market and about 15-20 min from the old city. Trust me, you won't feel it at all. The room is very clean, the bed is comfy, the staff is super nice and welcoming and the breakfast is beyond our expectations. nothing missing. Just one note - the water coming out of the shower is pretty slow. I guess if we would have told them, they would have fixed it / change our room.
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FromUS$194
5/512 Reviews
Quite beautiful boutique hotel The hotel room is clean The bed is very comfortable But there is no toothbrush in the room. The slippers need to be provided. The staff is very warm. The breakfast is a typical Mediterranean breakfast.
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FromUS$188
3.7/510 Reviews
During a stay with many other travellers form all over the world for a conference, A little House in Bakah gave me a friendly, comfortable and clean stay. The staff were very polite and it was never a problem if you requested a service. The room was cleaned early and the breakfast was fresh and tasty. The only thing I would be aware of is the laundry service. I literally has a bag with whites and blacks and the whites were washed with the blacks and now they are a dirty white which is disappointing as they were expensive sports clothes. Maybe I had to be specific about washing them separately. Overall a homely place to be at and would stay there again.
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FromUS$93
4.1/510 Reviews
I got married on March 20, 2018 at Tur Sinai and my husband and I booked a suite for the wedding night and 2 additional nights. It was absolutely perfect! The attention from the staff to the room and the surroundings were outstanding. I meant to leave a review right away, but time got away from me and I'm only doing it now. I give many thumbs up to this place, perfect for a romantic getaway or a family gathering (there are 5 rooms, if I remember correctly and when we were considering the place, we met families that gathered for reunions there. Each room has its own space outside with table and chairs, a lot of privacy. You need a car to get there and although it seems like the end of the world, traveling down windy roads in the Jerusalem Forest until the end, it is minutes from downtown Jerusalem...and when you're there, you forget everything and revel in the peace and serenity of the beautiful surroundings.
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FromUS$265
4/55 Reviews
Our tour party of 19 stayed here for 6 nights because it was very close to the walls round Jerusalem. We were welcomed with a soft drink, which was very refreshing and a meal even though we didn't arrive until late in the evening. We ate breakfast and dinner in the restaurant and all the food was excellent. There was a wide range of enticing buffet dishes with enough variation to ensure that we didn't get fed up. The dining room gets a bit cramped when the hotel is full. There was traditional dancing as entertainment one evening during our stay. The hotel is a mid range hotel which offers reasonably priced accommodation without excessive luxury. We stayed in room 303 which was reasonably well equipped with an in-room safe, a small fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and enough storage space and hangers. There were no bedside lights controlled by switches reachable from the bed which meant having to get out of bed to switch them off - not a major problem but a nuisance. Several of our party stayed in other rooms which had a separate shower. It may be that room 303 was on the list for refurbishment in the future. There is no iron or ironing board in the room, but an ironing service is available, presumably for a fee although I didn't check this. The reason why I've only awarded 4 stars is because every time we used the shower which was in the bath, water leaked down the side of the bath to soak the floor despite our careful arrangement of the shower curtain. The water was leaking from somewhere else. Despite reporting this to the front desk on 3 separate occasions, nothing was done. Judging by the water stained wooden architrave near the bath, we weren't the first people to have this problem.
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FromUS$136
3.9/510 Reviews
I visited the Olive tree hotel in jerusalem a little bit ago and it was one of the best experiences that i have yet encountered . The service was beyond amazing and the front desk agent Ayat was very friendly kind and had alot of helpful information . She most definitely met all my expectations when it comes to customer service . Really helpful and had a great smile the whole time . I would definitely visit again . The hotel was very nice clean and felt refreshing being inside the building . I had a great time
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FromUS$90
3.9/510 Reviews
The staff at the front desk are very helpful. In particular, Jamal was professional, helpful, friendly and went out of his way to get us settled in with great recommendations for dinner. We had a room on the first floor, which I would not do again. It was very noisy. You could hear all the conversations of other guests in the reception area through the closed door. There was a gap under the door of about 1 inch, which allowed both noise and light from the hallway into the room all night long. The other problem was the bathroom. The light switch is on the outside of the bathroom (very common in Israel), meaning that you turn the light on, open the door, and then enter. This means that everyone else in the room is awakened with the light. The Israeli breakfast was good...not the best, but not the worst that I have ever had. The internet was fine. Since this is a kosher place, there is no elevator on Shabbat, and only instant coffee (not brewed), tea and powdered chocolate drink on Shabbat. The bathroom was not completely clean. There was stuff on the floor behind the toilet from the previous occupants. When we checked in to the room, there were bath towels, but no hand towels. We did get hand towels once we asked for them. The best thing was that the hotel is located about a 25 min walk from the Mamilla shopping area and therefore very close to Jaffa gate into the old city. I would probably not stay here again.
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FromUS$94
4/510 Reviews
This hotel is impeccably clean and neat . The rooms are big, bathroom is spacious, glass enclosed, cozy, modern, has hair dryer. TV, small refrigerator, 1 queen bed with massive headboard, side tables, the ceiling of the room has a design that it looks like a tent. Not carpeted, floor is made of stone -very nice, with area rugs. Try their breakfast, is it buffet in a very nice basement area of the hotel. Pictures below is their breakfast area. The other picture overlooking the city is at the top of the building, they have a small garden. The overall look of the hotel is very very nice. Staff, is ok. The guys are quiet, one question one answer. There is one male receptionist quiet but helpful. They have a female person in the reception who is sweet and helpful. She speaks english fluently. CONS No hotel is perfect so listen here. It is inside the Old City, in the heart of the very busy Via Dolorosa near the Damascus gate. Like 5 mins walk from Damascus. If you have heavy luggages this is a challenge because you have to negotiate the staircase at the Damascus gate and the Via Dolorosa which is not flat and a very busy street. You can hire people to carry your luggages I guess for 50 NIS. Another thing, entering the hotel is a high stair. No lift to get to the lobby from the street but there is an elevator inside the building. So again, this can be another hurdle. The only thing that separate the building of the hotel from the street is a door which is locked. You have to use the doorbell to announce your arrival. Another thing I noticed, the corridors are loud at night, you can hear the opening and closing of the doors. There is so much commotion at night. They do not allow unmarried couple in a room. They won’t ask for proof but they will ask. Also, there are no hotel shampoo, soap. Towels are provided though. Will I stay again ? Yes ! If I have a short trip to Jerusalem where I don’t have to bring luggages. Like the kind of 1 night stay and 2 days in Jerusalem.
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FromUS$63
4.5/55 Reviews
We stayed 2 nights here. Pros: Rooms extremely modern and clean. Terrace is lovely. Excellent help from reception on places to eat, visit, go etc. She recommended a local food festival on our last night. Unlimited free tea, coffee, water etc with biscuits. City centre location, at tram stop and a short walk(10-15mins) to Old City. Cons Just one very small inconvenience. To access reception you must enter an access code to the building (texted to me in advance) but a key card is needed to access the lift. Receptionist told me that they're hoping to install an intercom. We did not have mobile coverage so had to get the shop next door to phone up and say we were there.
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FromUS$157
4.3/514 Reviews
This hostel is located right by the tram and is 5 bus stops away from the central bus station. I stayed in a 4 bed dorm which was quiet and had privacy curtains. It also had a private bath. The location was excellent as it was only a 10 minute walk to the old city. The staff was beyond helpful.
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FromUS$77
4/510 Reviews
This small hotel occupies a building overlooking Agripas St. It is located across from the Machane Yehuda market (shuk). The hotel entrance is in the back on HaKarmel St. This is not a "5 star" hotel; if that's what you're looking for, this isn't it. However, if you're more interested in location and quality, this is a good pick. We were in room 10 which is the NW corner of the building. Balcony overlooked the shuk. Always a great place for people watching and a smoke. The unit consisted of 3 rooms: large open living area/kitchen with table and chairs and 2 queen size futon beds; a separate bedroom with twin beds that can be pulled apart if needed; and the bathroom. It is designed for orthodox Jewish travelers visiting Nachlaot and vicinity. 6 kids? No problem. Need a shabbas pot and blech? No problem. Need an extra room heater? Right away. The hotel offers free wifi and each room has its own wifi router. Speed was acceptable. However the in room router has an ethernet jack, so if you bring an ethernet cable, you can jack right into the internet and bypass the wifi entirely. This greatly enhances your internet speed and if you need to do on line work as I did you will find this amazing. If you didn't bring an ethernet cable you can buy one cheaply nearby. Warning: this place is NOT friendly to disabled travelers. There is no elevator and a long flight of stairs just to get to the first floor. If you are in a wheel chair or have limited mobility, this is not a good choice. Aside from that, I have no serious criticism. I ended up extending my stay by a week and enjoyed the proximity to the shuk and nearby restaurants (virtually all kosher). Highly recommended for orthodox travelers, or anyone on a budget, or anyone looking for that "Jerusalem vibe" in the shuk.
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FromUS$153
4/55 Reviews
WA family in Nazareth made reservations for us at the Jerusalem Hotel. When we arrived, we were treated with Arab hospitality. We were offered a refreshing glass of limonana. Our room was clean and spacious, full of character with beautiful antiques and stonework, and up to date with modern conveniences. The staff were helpful and kind, treating us almost like we were long-lost family. We were in walking distance of the old city and Gordon’s Calvary and the Garden Tomb. Walking along the walls of the Old City from the Damascus Gate to the Tower of David was wonderful. We felt the ambience and utter security. In the morning (and for the rest of our stay) there was a full spread of Arab breakfast foods, with all the additional items Americans and Europeans would want. Raed Sadeh, the owner, took us to Bethlehem and to some off-the-beaten-track shops, away from the tour buses. He introduced us to his friends. We were impressed with his kindness. Each day Raed arranged for us to have a private car and driver to take us on our excursions. The only downside was an overly-happy driver one day, and a car air conditioner that couldn’t keep up along the Dead Sea on another day. When it was time to leave, they arranged transportation to the bus station, personally said good-bye, and treated us to another glass of limonana. We are not rich nor famous, just ordinary Americans from the Mid-West. The price was very reasonable. The food was excellent. Raed and the staff went the extra mile. The head waiter was a gem. This is definitely the place to stay.
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FromUS$139
3.6/512 Reviews
Ok hotel.... nothing special but staff is nice and hotel amenities are fine
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FromUS$219
4.3/510 Reviews
Fantastic location! We were in Jerusalem for the Christian Holy Week celebrations, and the hotel was a 10-15 minute walk from the Old City. As others have mentioned, the rooms are simple. It's a place to sleep at night. Fresh towels were provided each day. Nathan and Eli were VERY helpful, especially when we had questions. Perhaps I am simply not accustomed to this, but there was no divider between the shower and the rest of the bathroom (e.g. the toilet, sink). There was a squeegee mop provided to help dry the floor, so I would highly recommend having a pair of shower shoes/flip flops. The walls are also pretty thin, so we had a noise maker app running on our phone whenever we were in the room.
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FromUS$130
3.9/510 Reviews
We booked one night and we decided to stay one more night because of the friendly staff working there.The rooms are small,but for a budget hotel everything was perfect.The Tv has a lot of channels, AC was working perfectly, although is hard to warm the room because of the very high distance till the ceiling, but was more than enough,very hot water in the shower, shampoo & shower gel as amenities. As we were celebrating the wedding anniversary , the staff offered us complimentary breakfast which was very nice and plenty of choices, from eggs till pancakes, and lots of salads.Many thanks to the best chef in Jerusalem, from Colony Hotel.Thank you for the nice meals and morning talking- it was because of you we decided to book one more night!The manager and all his staff at reception were so nice and helpful, they give you free map of the city and show you the area and what to visit. The hotel is walking distance till the Old City( 20 minutes walking) and very near to the bus station which takes you to the main station for Tel Aviv. Internet it was working very good, all the staff was speaking English.Comparing with the hotel we had in Tel Aviv, the Colony Hotel offers excellent service with a good price.I had everything that I would need for the price that I paid, if I wanted more comfort I would have paid more money. I need to mention that all day you can have free coffee and tea(I think is something normal in Israel, as we had the same in Tel Aviv, but is good to mention).Indeed you can hear your neighbors and everything on the corridor but this is because is an old hotel,everything is creaky :)) Thank you again The Colony Hotel and we hope to see you all again in our next trip to Israel!
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FromUS$66
4.1/510 Reviews
The owner of the property Roni and Adi are warming and amazing hostess. My mother and I stayed there for about 6 days the last month of January 2019 and they made us feel so comfortable. The breakfast is delicious. You can choose different types of coffee, tea and hot chocolate. I love the scramble eggs, fresh salad, bread, cheese, olive ae served every morning. They help us to arrange our tours and gave us directions on how to go travel around Jerusalem. Roni and Adi made me and my mother felt like we were home. They treat us so good, they kind and genuine good hearted people. The hotel is located in a nice residential neighborhood where you can find restaurants and food markets. The bus is 1 block distance from the hotel and in 10 minutes bus ride you get to the old city of Jerusalem. Also you can take the train I believe it’s 2 blocks away from the hotel. It’s close to the Western Wall, the Davidson Center, 10 minutes away in bus.
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FromUS$103
3.5/55 Reviews
We booked the hotel just for one night. The location was in the center of Jerusalem, seconds walk to shopping, cafes and Yaffo street. The room was clean and the a/c worked great. The staff was very nice. We would definelty stay there again.
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FromUS$108
5/511 Reviews
I'm glad! Wifi connection was quick and helpful. We were also able to move from Central Station and the airport door to door! It was a fun trip to Israel! I want to stay here again.
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FromUS$67
4.1/510 Reviews
This hotel is rated 4 stars everywhere. But the level of cleaning and the attitude of the staff at the reception, greatly reduces the level of this hotel. The only pluse of this hotel:located near the tram stop, stops 2-3 to the Old Town. Trams run frequently, excluding Friday evening and all Saturday afternoon. The room is not small, comfortable. The pool is open, not big inside the hotel yard. Internet/wi fi - very bad, with constant interruptions, surprisingly slow. Those who stay at this hotel for work should also count on a different kind of internet/wi fi . Those who like to watch TV in their free time cannot count on a variety of channels. It happens that today the channel works, tomorrow it is disconnected. The TV menu is in Arabic. Unfortunately, any request to the reception is ignored. This hotel has potential, but according to its current appearance - the price is too high, and the level of service, attitude towards the client and cleaning are understated. The floors are dirty, dirt and dust are visible in the corners. The bed in the room is almost comfortable, if it were not for 2 single beds connected together. As they explained to me, this is very important for guests, religious Jews: a married couple even sleeps separately, but in the same room. Sleeping on such a bed is not very comfortable. Bed linen and towels: some of them were already stained, poorly washed.
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FromUS$162
4.5/55 Reviews
We stayed in Sergei Palace for two nights in a party of three families with Children at the ages of 5-7. In short it was an amazing experience and a very enjoyable one at that at very affordable rates. The hotel grounds are gorgeous and very well kept. The children had hours of fun running around, playing hide and seek and board games. When they made too much noise (and ohh they did…) the staff politely asked them to make less noise. They were really very kind and sweet to the kids. The breakfast which is served in the beautiful garden is an amazing experience. The good was mouthwatering and delicious, was served to the table, in handsome portions with a smile. It did require some patience when all the guests came in the same hour but we enjoyed the sit down so we did not mind. Breakfast included omelets, fried zucchini and eggplants, falafel, “shaksuka”, cheeses, local bagels and breads, spreads, juice and coffee. Everything was fresh and super tasty. The hotel is a short walking distance from Nachalat Shiva. The streets are beautifully decorated are there are musicians and other entertainers. The location is amazing, tons of coffee places, restaurants, shops and supermarkets. Super super fun to go down and listen to open air music and just hang around. Jerusalem municipality really goes all out here during the summer nights. Lastly but not least, is the hotel’s lovely staff. Everybody were kind, extremely service oriented and very helpful. It made our stay so much more enjoyable. I want to extend a very warm thank you to Naseem, Salar and Anton who made our stay so excellent and made us feel so welcome. Reservations are made via whatsup. Very smooth and convenient. One minus is there is no wifi in the hotel. Additionally, travelling with kids, usually, we book hotels with pools, but in this case, honestly it was so special and gorgeous, the lack of pool and/or wife is completely overweighed by the pros.
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FromUS$153
4.5/53 Reviews
The place was a little harder to find - the building was easily found, but the entrance was difficult to find at first time. Nice, clean room with all you could need. Great WiFi, Netflix and TV. Clean, comfortable with modern appliances. Nice host, good location for downtown, also only 20m walk to old city.
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FromUS$154
4.1/510 Reviews
This hotel is a hidden gem, its small, cozy, classy and amazingly decorated. Staff were super helpful and friendly. We stayed in a room on the third floor by the spa area. The room was small, only has a small window, which provided super quiet ambiance. Bathroom size was OK, it came with all toiletries and bathrobe. We used the SPA waiting chairs and sofa to work in our laptops. There is a Nespresso machine on the area and the outdoor terrace with reclining chairs and jacuzzi are in this floor. Breakfast menu is plenty and espectacular it is a feast of flavors and colors. Try all the dishes they offer, they are super special. Its the only meal they offer and no room service. They do prepare lunch boxes in case you have an early departure to a tour. The lobby area combines the entrance to the hotel and the dinning areas, decor is a combination of eclectic type but super cozy. Reception area is small but functional. They also have an outside terrace at the entrance which was not operating as it was cold. It is very close to Jaffa Street and the old city, a short walk to many restaurants and tourists areas. We combined our stay in this hotel with a weekend tour to Petra, they kept our luggage stored while we took smaller bags to our trip. Upon our return to Jerusalem we recovered our luggage and continued our stay at the Brown. The manager chatted with us, he followed up and ask about our stay. We highly recommend this hotel
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FromUS$201
4.1/510 Reviews
The Tryp hotel perfectly served our goal which was to use it as a base and to get out and see and do as much as we could. The hotel is centrally located and about a 5-10 minute walk to the center of town. We would recommend sticking with public transportation if you plan on staying in Jerusalem. If you rent a car, you will definitely need to pay for parking at the hotel as parking spots are very hard to find. The staff was friendly and very responsive to any requests. The cleaning staff did a great job. The rooms are not very large but are functional. There is a small indoor lounge on the top floor along with a beautiful outdoor view from the roof. We did not eat at the hotel, so we cannot comment on the food.
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FromUS$173
4/510 Reviews
the hotel is pretty, nice architecture and decor, but so inaccessible..! and worst than that- they believe they are accessible... (because asking the handicap to get off the wheelchair and go up a few stairs on his own because it's too hard to lift the wheelchair with him on it is totally accessible..............) you should note that if you're tall you'll hit your head a lot, as the doorways (as nice and curved as they may be) are very low. also- forget about sitting comfortably on the toilet seat, as the vanity blocks half of the toilet legroom (and keep in mind those are the "accessible" deluxe rooms). in these same rooms, you'll find that adding a bed for a third person blocks half the doorway, making it either impossible to pass with a wheelchair or impossible to get onto the double bed when having to push single bed into a diagonal position. food was ok, service was fine, location is great if you can walk (many stairs and weird old city stones that aren't too easy to walk on), there's no parking next to the hotel and they did not provide an extra toilet paper roll in the room... ohhh and the elevator...! the available floor buttons on the elevator are 0,1,2,3 (or was it -1, 0,1,2?) yet the elevator will stop on the floors: 0,3,4,5...?! so rooms 200+ are on floor #4, which in order to it you should press the button 2........ extremely confusing and not user friendly. it's an ok hotel for the old city, but honestly I would just not stay in the old city again...
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FromUS$185
4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed in this small hotel for 3 nights in November. There isn't a 24hour reception but the instructions about how to arrive after hours were very clear and very straightforward. The rooms are standard but nice. The wi-fi was free and excellent. There is a fridge, kettle, and a coffee maker in the room. Bottled water was provided on the first day only. The hotel was quiet. Loreen, the lady who works on the reception, was great. Very patient and answered all my endless questions. She also brought treats (chocolate chip cookies and croissants) one morning. :) Location - excellent. Only a couple of minutes from the main Jaffa Street and about 10 minutes walk to the Old City Jaffa Gate. There are trams on Jaffa Street that take you to the train/bus station (only 4 stops away). Very close to shopping, restaurants, and bars. The only negative is that they charge 7% if you use a credit card. Overall, excellent hotel and I would stay there again in an instant.
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FromUS$97
3.9/510 Reviews
This is not one of the more famous luxury hotels in Jerusalem. However, it is certainly one of the best values of any of the Jerusalem hotels. There is no hotel with a better location. It is a few steps from the hubs of Jerusalem and countrywide public transportation. It is near the Ben Yehuda Shuk with all of its accompanying color and restaurants. Multiple banks and eateries are also near its front door. Yet, it is in its own peaceful courtyard. And, it has something that is very rare for an urban hotel; ample, convenient and free parking. Maybe its best feature is its very friendly, warm and helpful staff.
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FromUS$142
3.3/510 Reviews
This hotel services people who have relatives in the adjacent hospital, mothers/fathers who have just given birth to babies, tour groups and others. For those who do not have a connection with the hospital, the location adjacent to the hospital may not be alluring. However, the mountain views are quite beautiful, the food varied and plentiful, the staff helpful and the prices very reasonable. For those who have relatives or friends in the hospital and are looking for a place to stay - this is ideal.
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FromUS$164
4.8/510 Reviews
I would recommend this lovingly preserved Templer house to anyone looking for a unique experience in Jerusalem. Our suite was sparkling clean, spacious and had an authentic ambience while having beautiful modern fixtures. The warmth of the hosts plus their offer of providing anything we requested was quite amazing. I had mentioned we were celebrating a birthday when I ordered the suite and was surprised to find a freshly baked, delicious birthday cake in the refrigerator. The attention to detail and the generosity of the hosts by providing freshly home baked tehina cookies; a bowl with fruit; and a generous selection of coffees and teas made us feel at home. The breakfast was very tasty and served in the garden of fruit trees and cyclamens. I especially enjoyed the exhibit of the history of the house and the books of art, history and literature in our living room. The furniture was comfortable and there was a selection of pillows. I chose it for its excellent location and I would go back in a moment.
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FromUS$264
4.5/511 Reviews
The Israelis never pursued the Mediterranean style of breakfast, but the toast with eggs can also be full. If you want to find porridge, noodles, poached eggs or give up, there is no whole Israel... We booked the simplest room, the suite was given after the stay, the room was large, but it was definitely not the concept of a luxury hotel. The room is small with a little surprise. It is mainly for believers to stay here, there are churches around and people to pray. Good location, close to the old town and parking.
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FromUS$95
4/510 Reviews
We were with a tour group, and were assigned rooms with them. Our room faced the front of the hotel, facing the (very busy) intersection. Literally, constant sirens all night (this must be a major crossroads intersection, and there must be a hospital or other emergency services location nearby.). And then, the locals will blow their horns at just about anything...starting about 530-600am, it's nearly impossible to sleep. So, if you can, ensure that your room doesn't fact the street if you want any rest! Also, adding to the situation is that the HVAC didn't seem to work, and the room was uncomfortably hot, necessitating having the window open to achieve a comfortable temperature. Finally, it seemed the hotel caters to tour groups, and their restaurant is buffet style. They couldn't keep up with the hot food on the buffet, and the food was merely adequate. In fact, it seemed that quite a few guests went off premises for dinner. Overall, the hotel was adequate for our needs, but don't expect a 4 or 5 star experience.
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FromUS$150