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Christ Church Guest House

  • Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 183 traveler reviews
Great Place to stay
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 8, 2017

I was here with soms friends in oiur visit to Jerusalem, it has the best location and the place is beautiful. The staff is very helpfull and nice, the place is very confortable, clean and very neat. It has a small restaurant that serves great food. You can get easily information about important sites to...

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I was here with soms friends in oiur visit to Jerusalem, it has the best location and the place is beautiful. The staff is very helpfull and nice, the place is very confortable, clean and very neat. It has a small restaurant that serves great food. You can get easily information about important sites to visit. It is right in front of the tower of David a nice place you must visit and a the entrance of the Yaffa gate, near Mamila and trasportation.

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Best relaxing cafe in old city of Jerusalem!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 10, 2017

Very friendly staff & very friendly price, & super fast free internet. Truly convenient, relaxing and resting cafe. Stayed with coffee & carrot cake with so relaxing moment. Everyone used iPhones instead of Talking, but it's a modern trip, right? :). If you want ample time after hectic old city tour, this is the...

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Very friendly staff & very friendly price, & super fast free internet. Truly convenient, relaxing and resting cafe. Stayed with coffee & carrot cake with so relaxing moment. Everyone used iPhones instead of Talking, but it's a modern trip, right? :). If you want ample time after hectic old city tour, this is the place!

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Basic accommodation in an excellent location
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 1, 2017

Overpriced for room quality. Really paying for location which is excellent. No television in room and no tea/coffee facilities in our room but can access a communal tea/coffee facility in a conference room which is sufficient. Staff very friendly and nice Christian atmosphere. Shower water temperature temperamental so not always warm. ...

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Overpriced for room quality. Really paying for location which is excellent. No television in room and no tea/coffee facilities in our room but can access a communal tea/coffee facility in a conference room which is sufficient. Staff very friendly and nice Christian atmosphere. Shower water temperature temperamental so not always warm. However nice historic location and is a special place to stay. Visit the heritage centre on courtyard premises while there, which has some really interesting models. Conclusion - worth staying there for the convenient location and history.

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Location, Location , Location
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 31, 2016

A great location just inside the Old City, straddled between Jaffa Gate and The Armenian Quarter with short walks to the Jewish Quarter and Christian sites as well. There is even a public shuttle to take down to the Wall, for the less mobile visitors. A nice, serviceable café is attached....

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A great location just inside the Old City, straddled between Jaffa Gate and The Armenian Quarter with short walks to the Jewish Quarter and Christian sites as well. There is even a public shuttle to take down to the Wall, for the less mobile visitors. A nice, serviceable café is attached. Much of the staff are rather creepy Messianics. If you can get past that it is great. They do a Friday evening Shabbat dinner with very odd commentary. I attended out of curiosity and because little else was open for dinner.

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Great Location, Great Staff, Historical
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 17, 2016

We stayed in the largest 5-person family room for 2 weeks. This building was built in the 1800's as a seminary, so you can't expect it to have all the amenities of a modern hotel. The location is excellent, just inside the Jaffa Gate and directly across the street from David's Tower. We used...

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We stayed in the largest 5-person family room for 2 weeks. This building was built in the 1800's as a seminary, so you can't expect it to have all the amenities of a modern hotel. The location is excellent, just inside the Jaffa Gate and directly across the street from David's Tower. We used it as a "home base" and walked all over Jerusalem, including the new part where the market is, which is a good hike. Public transportation is available as well as taxi service. We also took a number of day tours with various companies which usually neccesitated a walk to one of the big hotels for pick-up. The staff is comprised of mostly younger people, many whom are volunteers. Everyone was friendly and as helpful as they could be. The room was kept very clean. The bathroom was tiny with a shower stall built into one corner. The rate included a breakfast each morning which was excellent. Lots of choices and good variety.

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