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21st Floor Hotel

  • 34 Ben Yehuda Street, Jerusalem
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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 394 traveler reviews
Dirty, bad breakfast, very loud
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 22, 2021

I went with my husband for one night (Friday). The the main floor was very dirty. The rooms were dirty (we were initially put in a room with a twin bed and then moved). The walls were so thin we heard every word the couple next door said. The breakfast was stale, minimal (1...

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I went with my husband for one night (Friday). The the main floor was very dirty. The rooms were dirty (we were initially put in a room with a twin bed and then moved). The walls were so thin we heard every word the couple next door said. The breakfast was stale, minimal (1 small yogurt for 2 people) and inedible (slimy salad and cheese that didn't seem cold). There were no coffee facilities in the room. You have to go to reception to get milk, which had always run out and was not replaced, including on Saturday morning. When we wanted to check out there was no one at reception during the hours they said they were open. Very very disappointing.

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amazing
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 9, 2020

This hotel was amazing. The hotel suite was stunning, with beautiful views. It had everything we wanted and then some. The hotel manager and staff were very professional and accommodating. thank you for everything.

Great location with spectacular views!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 13, 2020

The good: The space was as unique and stylish as the pictures show. The location was perfect - right at the top of Ben Yehuda street with great shops and food, and an easy walk to the old city and open food markets. It was nice to have the big space as we were in...

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The good: The space was as unique and stylish as the pictures show. The location was perfect - right at the top of Ben Yehuda street with great shops and food, and an easy walk to the old city and open food markets. It was nice to have the big space as we were in Jerusalem for about a week, so it made it very comfortable to have a place to hang out especially on the cold/windy day we didn't venture far. The staff was very friendly and unlike a regular hotel, it felt very personalized as there are only about 10 or 12 suites. Although I read some negative reviews about finding the hotel and about breakfast, I think they were just grumpy. The hotel is in City Tower which is about as easy to find as I can imagine. The instructions they sent about getting in were a little confusing, but really, you just walk into the lobby and press 21 on the elevator. That's it. Breakfast was available at a chain bagel shop (with so-so bagels), or two other full service restaurants where the food was delicious. On Shabbat, they set up breakfast in one of the empty suites down the hall, ad the selection was great. The bad: Only complaint (and this is an important one) are the beds. There are two rooms, but the second room is a fold out couch with a mattress topper on top. It wasn't even worth trying bc I was sure I'd be hunched over in pain in the morning. So my friend and I both shared the master bed. (If I was traveling with another couple and expecting a second bedroom, this would have been a disaster). Unfortunately, even the master bed left something to be desired, so we added the mattress topper from the second bedroom, and made it work. Overall, great space, and as far as the master bed goes, if you like a firm bed, then you might love it! For the space, the price was affordable. Enjoy!

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Rooms

Photo: 21st Floor Hotel

Luxurious Duplex

Amenities

    • Suited for

    • Couples
    • Families
    • Services

    • Air Conditioning
    • Kitchenette
    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Safe
    • Tour Desk
    • Dry Cleaning
    • General

    • Free WIFI
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    • Check in: 3:00 PM
    • Check out: 12:00 PM