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Austrian Hospice

  • 37 Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem
  • Photo: Austrian Hospice

TripAdvisor Reviews

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European hostel in Israel
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 25, 2021

A European hospitality in the old city of Jerusalem with a private compound that separates the hostel from the street. The room was a large one.. more than 20 square meters. The room itself is not that comfortable.. with huge pillows, no kitchen or even a kettle to make tea.. there’s no tv but...

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A European hospitality in the old city of Jerusalem with a private compound that separates the hostel from the street. The room was a large one.. more than 20 square meters. The room itself is not that comfortable.. with huge pillows, no kitchen or even a kettle to make tea.. there’s no tv but that was ok by us. There was hot water to shower but the current was mild. The heat is great and we didn’t feel the cold outside. The staff was very kind and allowed a late checkout without additional fee. A basic breakfast with great coffee. The worst thing for me was the 5am prayer from the adjacent mosque… take it into consideration. All in all a fair place to stay if you are in low budget and want to experience the old city atmosphere.

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10 min visit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 30, 2020

In the past it was a "find" - one could go to the roof of the Hospice and enjoy the views - for free. Now they put a whole ticketing system on top, commercializing the entire experience and extracting the fun out of it. Still, the views from the rooftop are fantastic. walking in...

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In the past it was a "find" - one could go to the roof of the Hospice and enjoy the views - for free. Now they put a whole ticketing system on top, commercializing the entire experience and extracting the fun out of it. Still, the views from the rooftop are fantastic. walking in the halls of the hospice is also interesting - and still for free ;)

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Views - Roof Top
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 28, 2020

This building is close to the Damascus Gate. We visited the Hospice to access the roof top. This is a location where you will probably take great pictures. It has an overview of many of the most iconic locations in Old Jerusalem. Take time to visit in the second and third floors to check...

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This building is close to the Damascus Gate. We visited the Hospice to access the roof top. This is a location where you will probably take great pictures. It has an overview of many of the most iconic locations in Old Jerusalem. Take time to visit in the second and third floors to check out the pictures that show the history of the building, very interesting! On the first level there is a cafeteria and bathrooms. Its a nice refreshing stop, you can sit outside by the front gardens and rest, take a breath and continue exploring.

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