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Jerusalem Inn

  • 7 Horkanos St, Jerusalem
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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 463 traveler reviews
Good choice for a visit to Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 9, 2020

This is a lovely hotel in the heart of West Jerusalem, just one minute away of Jaffa Street, within walking distance of the Old City. Good-sized, comfortable, impeccably clean rooms, excellent breakfast and very helpful staff: it was a great choice for a four-day stay at unforgettable Jerusalem. We did not realise...

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This is a lovely hotel in the heart of West Jerusalem, just one minute away of Jaffa Street, within walking distance of the Old City. Good-sized, comfortable, impeccably clean rooms, excellent breakfast and very helpful staff: it was a great choice for a four-day stay at unforgettable Jerusalem. We did not realise how lively Jaffa Street would be, both day and night: it was a pleasant discovery to see we were that close to the heart of the new city. And yet, our hotel, just a few steps away, was in a peaceful, silent corner: after a day walking around, we slept deeply and calmly.

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It was value for money
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 5, 2020

The hotel room is quite small and there is no lift but it has basic things that I need. I like the balcony. Staff members were friendly and willing to help, breakfast was also quite good, excellent location.

Clean and friendly stay in great location
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 24, 2020

We just got back from a 2 week stay in Jerusalem visiting our daughter, and stayed here during our visit. It was a really nice spot for our home away from home. The staff here is incredibly friendly - from the time we arrived at our hotel and checked in, through our morning breakfasts,...

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We just got back from a 2 week stay in Jerusalem visiting our daughter, and stayed here during our visit. It was a really nice spot for our home away from home. The staff here is incredibly friendly - from the time we arrived at our hotel and checked in, through our morning breakfasts, and some helpful gestures, they were all incredibly nice. A generous "Boker Tov" every morning as we walked down the stairs, and friendly faces at the front desk and breakfast staff. One day we needed something printed for our kids who are there for a semester and didn't have a printer and they generously printed it out for us. The rooms are nice, but somewhat spartan on the walls. Our room was large, with a nice closet and a small refrigerator and hot water maker, but only one desk and a small night table. The bathroom was also a reasonable size, but could really use a few more hooks or shelves. There was only one small hook above the sink, and no other bars or hooks in the room, so there was no other place to hang up towels or put toiletries. No problem with the water - it was nice and hot any time of the day or night. The bed was also incredibly comfortable and the pillows also very nice. Overall, not fancy or luxury, but very clean and comfortable room to stay in. One point though - and I don't know if it is an issue with all the rooms or not - our room faced into a courtyard behind the building that was the back of several bars. The noise, while not bad, was persistent throughout many evenings. It wasn't really a problem for us as the main noise seemed to be heard in the bathroom, but if you are sensitive to noises in the evening you may try to ask for a quieter room. Another note to be aware of - no elevator so if you have a lot of luggage or otherwise have issues with stairs, you may want to ask for a room on one of the lower levels. The breakfasts are generous - fresh fruit, juice, halva, yoghurt (including unsweetened greek - yeah!!), cereal, hard boiled eggs, roasted vegetables, cheeses (including several of the Israeli style soft cheeses), pastries, salads, and one or two hot items every day - sometimes scrambled eggs, sometimes shakshuka, sometimes potato wedges, and usually served with a tomato sauce or gravy available. Also some bread rolls (only one type, which is surprising given Israelis love for different types of breads and baked goods) along with honey, butter, and jam. They also have hot water for tea (or instant coffee) along with a coffee maker for fresh ground coffee. My one disappointment here is the lack of tea choices - especially no nana tea! Last time I was in Israel I feel in love with the fresh peppermint (nana) tea served at many places, and many places also serve bagged peppermint tea. But, alas, no mint tea here to be found - either bagged or fresh. Overall, a really warm and comfortable place to stay when in the city. Close to the Old City, close to Ben Yehuda, right by the light rail on Jaffa to take you to the shuk (also within walking distance) or around town. Close to King George and many major bus routes. The staff are all incredibly nice and welcoming. The price is really reasonable. Definitely a place worth checking out and we would be happy to stay there again.

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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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