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Hostels and Guesthouses, Old City

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Armenian Guest House
  • 36 Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

A guesthouse in the Old City originally built in 1885 for Armenian pilgrims Read more

Heritage House
  • 2 Or HaHayim St, Jerusalem

About the Heritage House Jewish people seeking spiritual guidance will find a home in this hostel run by Aish HaTorah, an organization whose goal is to imbibe Jewish young... Read more

Lutheran Guest House Jerusalem
  • St. Marks Rd, Jerusalem

About the Lutheran Guest House Once upon a time in 1860, when few inhabited the Old City of Jerusalem, a certain Lutheran Guesthouse was built, mainly for German pilgrims... Read more

Dom Polski – Polish Church Monastery and Hostel
  • Haavatihim Rd, Jerusalem

A basic, affordable hostel that is part of a Polish monastery Read more

Foyer Mar Maroun Guest House
  • Minzar HaMaronitim, Jerusalem

About Foyer Mar Maroun Guest House Founded in April 1895 as part of the Maronite Patriarchal Vicariate mission to serve pilgrims visiting Jerusalem, Foyer Mar Maroun Guesthouse is managed by... Read more

Christ Church Guest House
  • Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

Simple, affordable and comfortable accommodation right in the Old City Read more

Casa Nova Hospice Guest House
  • 10 Casa Nova St, Jerusalem

A simple Franciscan guesthouse popular with pilgrim groups that offers a convenient location and comfortable lodging facilities. Read more

New Swedish Hostel
  • 29 David St, Jerusalem

Simple yet more than adequate accommodation in the Old City Read more

El Arav Hostel
  • Beit Habad, Jerusalem

A small hostel in the Old City with an ideal location for exploring Read more

Golden Gate Inn Hostel
  • 4 Souq Khan El-Zeit, The Muslim Quarter, The Old City, Jerusalem

A charming, family-run hostel in the heart of the Old City Read more

Hebron Hostel
  • 8 Aqbat e-Taqiyah, Old City, Jerusalem

A classic hostel choice in the Old City Read more

Ecce Homo Convent
  • 41 Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

Ecce Homo Convent, also known as Our Lady of Zion, or Sisters of Notre Read more

Austrian Hospice
  • 37 Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

The ecclesiastical institution known as the "Austrian Hospice of the Holy Family" was established for pilgrims in 1854 by the Austrian Catholic Church in the Holy Land. Read more