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Jerusalem Sephardic House Hotel

  • 1 David Remez Rd, Jerusalem
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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 237 traveler reviews
Exceeded expectations in the old city
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 5, 2019

The Sephardic House, as others have mentioned, is perfectly located. Inside the city walls, yet still accessible to taxis. (Believe me, you will appreciate this) It is located between the Zion and Dung Gates, easy walk to either. Short walking distance to the Western Wall, the Cardo area, Dome on the Rock, Armenian Quarter,...

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The Sephardic House, as others have mentioned, is perfectly located. Inside the city walls, yet still accessible to taxis. (Believe me, you will appreciate this) It is located between the Zion and Dung Gates, easy walk to either. Short walking distance to the Western Wall, the Cardo area, Dome on the Rock, Armenian Quarter, City of David, etc. I loved staying inside the walls because when darkness falls, Jerusalem is magic. Everyone takes a breath after all the visitors have gone back to their hotels outside. The rooms at Sephardic House are huge, very clean, and great for sleeping (dark and quiet.) The staff were all very kind and helpful. Breakfast options were large. This is the perfect base for exploring this intriguing city.

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Shabbat Dinner
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 5, 2019

Did not stay here but a group of us had Shabbat dinner here on a recent trip to Jerusalem. Nothing fancy but a solid meal at a fraction of what other hotels charge for prepaid Shabbos meals. $50 or $55 vs $125 or more elsewhere. They had a good selection of chicken, fish...

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Did not stay here but a group of us had Shabbat dinner here on a recent trip to Jerusalem. Nothing fancy but a solid meal at a fraction of what other hotels charge for prepaid Shabbos meals. $50 or $55 vs $125 or more elsewhere. They had a good selection of chicken, fish and meat along with an assortment of salads, hummus, etc. Three or four different dessert options including a delicious red velvet cake. We brought our own wine for a small corkage fee. A great option if you are Shabbat observant and looking for something prepaid in/near the old city on a more reasonable budget. Nothing fancy but a solid meal that won’t break the bank.

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Great room in a great location
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 19, 2019

We spent 3 nights in Sephardic House. Our room was just amazing. We booked the Deluxe room, with really enough space to swing a bunch of cats. The hotel is in the Jewish Quarter of the old town of Jerusalem, which means you are in the thick of it in a couple of minutes...

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We spent 3 nights in Sephardic House. Our room was just amazing. We booked the Deluxe room, with really enough space to swing a bunch of cats. The hotel is in the Jewish Quarter of the old town of Jerusalem, which means you are in the thick of it in a couple of minutes - seconds if you wish to visit the Jewish quarter. Breakfast was quite a spread, you definitely didn’t leave hungry or wanting more. Evening time was very peaceful with no disturbances and combined with a comfy bed it made for the best sleeps in Israel. I can’t recommend his hotel highly enough.

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Amenities

    • Suited for

    • Couples
    • Events
    • Families
    • Services

    • Air Conditioning
    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Fax / Photocopying
    • Heating
    • Safe
    • General

    • Event Hall
    • Free WIFI
    • Meeting Room
    • Synagogue
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    • Check in: 2:00 PM
    • Check out: 11:00 AM

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