Lev Yerushalayim Apartment Hotel

Lev Yerushalayim Apartment Hotel

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A Cozy Urban Accommodation at the Heart of Jerusalem

Lev Yerushalyaim Hotel is an apartment hotel in the center of Jerusalem that offers a cozy and urban accommodation solution. The hotel is located just a few minutes away from the city's must-see attractions, leading restaurants, and the rich nightlife scene. Staying at the hotel allows you to experience the multi-cultures Jerusalem in an urban fashion, combining the classic with the modern. If you're planning on using public transportation, you would be happy to know that the hotel is located near all of the important bus stops, and two of the most central light rail stops. Get ready to visit Machane-Yehuda Market, stroll around the Old City, and absorb authentic Jerusalem atmosphere that cannot be found anywhere else.

Short and Long Stay Apartments

Lev Yerushlayim Hotel offers 3 types of apartment accommodations: for singles, for couples and for families. All apartments include 1 or 2 bedrooms for your privacy and intimacy, a spacious lounge with cable TV, a kitchenette, a coffee & dining area, central air conditioning, a safe, a telephone, and free Wi-Fi. The kitchenette is fully equipped with all modern amenities for self-catering: electric kettle, coffee set, microwave, and electric stove. You also have the option of renting a kitchen utensil set with cooking utensils, serving dishes and cutlery. Long stay apartment rentals in Lev Yerushalayim are available for stays from one week to a few months. It is also possible to buy an apartment and to rent it or use it at any time.

Private & Business Events at Lev Yerushalayim Hotel

Hosting a private or corporate event? Lev Yerushalayim Hotel offers 2 venues for up to 90 and 140 guests. The venues are designed to host milestone celebrations, such as birthdays, brit mila, bar/bat mitzvah, dinner parties, and more. Both dairy and meat-based kosher Mehadrin menus are offered for 135 ILS per person and under the supervision of the Jerusalem Rabbinate. For corporate events, check “Rimon” banquet hall, where you’ll find a sound system, a projector, and a large screen – perfect for conventions, conferences, networking events, alumni events, and product launches of up to 100 guests.

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  • address iconMordehai A'liash St 6, Jerusalem, Israel
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Additional Info

Check-in on Saturday and holidays is 2 hours after Shabbat or the holiday. Guests who keep Shabbat and Jewish holidays can arrange a late check-out in accordance with the receptionist. An extra baby crib is available upon request for toddlers under the age of 2 with no extra charge The hotel is disabled accessible. Contact the accessibility coordinator in the hotel.
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based on 934 traveler reviews
    June 26, 2023

    Absolutely disgusting. Very dirty rooms. No phone in the rooms, so you can’t even call the receptionist. Never seen anything like that. Broken locks and then they give you a real key and that doesn’t open the door either....

  • Elliot Cohen
    Elliot Cohen
    July 17, 2023

    The place is disgusting. The rooms look like they are from an insane asylum. They are dirty, disgusting, and falling apart. Not to mention there were ants in the room. We stayed only one night until we had to run away to...

  • Julie Gold Steinberg
    Julie Gold Steinberg
    October 16, 2022

    Horrible. We stayed here on previous visits (the last time in 2016) and found it plain but adequate for the price, and a good location. But after this visit, you could not pay me to return to this place. The day we arri...

  • Levi Selwyn
    Levi Selwyn
    January 17, 2023

    Great location, right at the edge of Ben Yehudah!. Rooms were interesting. But not bad. Service, well they were nice people but no real service. They did keep my luggage for the day.. no charge. They were doing renovatio...

  • Ariel Vinitzer
    Ariel Vinitzer
    December 26, 2022

    Looks great on the outside but the rooms are utterly disappointing. They are obviously left unchecked for large periods of time between guests. The receptionists are impatient and unhelpful, and the food is is not appetis...