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Jerusalem Inn

  • 7 Horkanos St, Jerusalem
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Centered location. Nice employees.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

Most of the interesting sites are withing a short distance walk. Rooms aren't huge but cozy with all you need for a comfy stay, including enough storage space and hangers.Bathroom with shower stall and very neat. All well decorated. The buffet breakfast is delicious. The only con is that tours rarely pick up in...

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Most of the interesting sites are withing a short distance walk. Rooms aren't huge but cozy with all you need for a comfy stay, including enough storage space and hangers.Bathroom with shower stall and very neat. All well decorated. The buffet breakfast is delicious. The only con is that tours rarely pick up in small hotels, so for some tours you need to walk to a nearby luxury hotel to be picked up. As I said the staff is very efficient to the point they are up to give you information and answer your questions even weeks in advance before your arrival and keep helping with tour reservations and whatever you need during your stay. Most recommended!

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Small, central, and friendly
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 10, 2019

If it is true "location is everything" then the Jerusalem Inn scores a ten--it is ten minutes' walk to the David Gate of the old City, two minutes' walk to downtown (Jaffa and Ben Y'huda Street intersection.) Yet it is on a quiet side-street, with only one drawback: there is a...

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If it is true "location is everything" then the Jerusalem Inn scores a ten--it is ten minutes' walk to the David Gate of the old City, two minutes' walk to downtown (Jaffa and Ben Y'huda Street intersection.) Yet it is on a quiet side-street, with only one drawback: there is a pub next door, and from certain rooms you can hear it at night. That said, the rest is all positive. The regular rooms are small, but big enough for a queen bed, flat screen TV, cube 'frig, and even a telephone. There was a tiny stall shower, and even smaller room with a toilet, and a sink in the room proper. It was cleaned every day, with clean linens. Where the Jerusalem Inn really shines, though, is with the helpful staff and their buffet breakfast. The first day there, I lost my passport. They located the US Embassy, printed out the necessary forms, and instructions for getting a new one. By the next day, I had a replacement one thanks in no part to their help. (Note: I always make a photo of the ID section of the passport, which was crucial for the replacement). As to the breakfast, it had both hot dishes (shired eggs, potatoes) cold dishes, fresh vegetables, fruit, cereals, yoghurt, etc. There was a cantankerous complicated machine that made Lattes, espressos and regular.coffee. Only missing element that I noticed was that there was no bread, only rolls--no big deal. We were there off-season, so I don't know what the spring and summer prices are, but in winter, it was under $100/night, tax included.

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Bring earplugs
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 3, 2019

This hotel has some good qualities, but those were overshadowed by the loud music and shouting from the nearby pubs that lasted well into the early morning hours nearly every night of our 4-night stay.

Amenities

    • Suited for

    • Couples
    • Families
    • Kosher
    • Business
    • Services

    • Air Conditioning
    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Elevator
    • Fax / Photocopying
    • Heating
    • Laundry
    • Tour Desk
    • General

    • Free WIFI
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    • Check in: 3:00 pm
    • Check out: 11:00 am

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