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Lev Yerushalayim Apartment Hotel

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Special deals for the whole family at Lev Yerushalyaim Hotel!

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Winter deals:

Book a vacation at Lev Yerushalyaim Hotel and enjoy special prices (valid starting November 12. The offers end at February 28).

Couple – 500 NIS per night (143 USD)
Child (age 0-12) – 120 NIS per night (34 USD)
Adult (age 12+) – 170 NIS per night (49 USD)

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 253 traveler reviews
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Good location
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

Lev is a simple hotel with "suite" like rooms that come with a small kitchinette and living area. The rooms are quaint and do the job if you are using it as a home base and will be out throughout the day. The staff do come and make the bed and provide...

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Lev is a simple hotel with "suite" like rooms that come with a small kitchinette and living area. The rooms are quaint and do the job if you are using it as a home base and will be out throughout the day. The staff do come and make the bed and provide fresh towels every day. The room doesn't get cleaned however. The restaurant is very nice and their food is tasty. The breakfast buffet has many options and everything is good to eat. Overall would recommend if using as a home base and want to be close to the Shuk and Ben Yehuda street. If staying for a long time and won't be out all day, would not recommend.

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Lev Yerushaliyim
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 4, 2018

Good location. We opted for a 1 bedroom this year because tourism and prices were increased. We did not know there were various sizes of 1 bedrooms. We ended up with the smallest with a very small boxed in glass shower. Plenty of hot water and water pressure though. We had something...

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Good location. We opted for a 1 bedroom this year because tourism and prices were increased. We did not know there were various sizes of 1 bedrooms. We ended up with the smallest with a very small boxed in glass shower. Plenty of hot water and water pressure though. We had something stolen from our room by the hotel staff or hotel cleaning staff. The security who said they had cameras in the halways and did give lie detector tests when the situation warranted never even called us back. This of course left a sour taste in our mouths. Laundry is expensive in Israel and was 30 shekel for a load. For that you get a token to work the washing machine and laundry detergent. The dryer is free. The hotel is clean although it could use some updating. During the week, it seemed like a youth hostel for group tours. There were many young adults sharing rooms.

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Great Location, Mehadrin, but really needs a makeover
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 31, 2017

We like this hotel for its location. It really is in the heart of Yerushalayim. And it is mehadrin, which makes it a good place to stay for shabbos. Daily breakfast is okay. But the rooms are really shabby. Last time we stayed, 2.5 years ago, we had a...

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We like this hotel for its location. It really is in the heart of Yerushalayim. And it is mehadrin, which makes it a good place to stay for shabbos. Daily breakfast is okay. But the rooms are really shabby. Last time we stayed, 2.5 years ago, we had a decent 2 bedroom suite. Sparsely furnished but roomy and comfortable. We stayed again in December 2017 and our 2 bedroom suite was much smaller, much more sparsely furnished. They did not have sheets to fit the bed in the 2nd bedroom. The table and chairs were cheap plastic. The "kitchen" was a small refrigerator, a hot plate, and a microwave. The rooms were small enough so that with beds and furniture it was difficult to move around. The safe was too small for laptop computers. It used to be more reasonably priced. Now it is nearly the same as better equipped, more modern hotels. Parking is expensive, and every time you take your car out it is another full day charge. I would give it 2 stars but for the location, which is really good. But it is time for someone to buy this property and do a make-over.

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Nice hotel to use as a base for a short vacation in Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 15, 2017

Lev is a simple, sweet hotel with "mini-suites" containing a small kitchenette/living room area, bedroom and bathroom. Kosher mehadrin. Situated in the very middle of downtown Jerusalem - you are within walking distance of Machne Yehuda and the center of town. We spent this Thursday night in the hotel, ate in...

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Lev is a simple, sweet hotel with "mini-suites" containing a small kitchenette/living room area, bedroom and bathroom. Kosher mehadrin. Situated in the very middle of downtown Jerusalem - you are within walking distance of Machne Yehuda and the center of town. We spent this Thursday night in the hotel, ate in Machne Yehuda's Beer Baazar and walked through town for hours, watching EVERYTHING! The room was clean and comfortable. You get your money's worth. We weren't looking for luxury - but a place to sleep well and have a mini-vacation.

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Bang for the buck is the location
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 17, 2017

Location, location, location. That's the Lev Yerushalayim's strong suit. It's a solid 3-start (of 5 hotel) with no pretensions, smack in the middle of downtown Jerusalem. Walk outside to catch numerous bus lines, or the light rail a couple of blocks away. Or stroll about 7 blocks to the always-fascinating...

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Location, location, location. That's the Lev Yerushalayim's strong suit. It's a solid 3-start (of 5 hotel) with no pretensions, smack in the middle of downtown Jerusalem. Walk outside to catch numerous bus lines, or the light rail a couple of blocks away. Or stroll about 7 blocks to the always-fascinating Machane Yehuda shouk (market), now with a roaring night life. I walked to the Western Wall in about 40 minutes. The Ben Yehuda mall is across the street. I spent 6 nights at the hotel in early November 2017, and nothing much seems to have changed since my last visit a half-year ago. There's still the din of construction as an office building is erected next door. The rooms are basic but with the advantage of a kitchenette with hot plate, microwave and mini-fridge. You get a flat-screen tv. Although there's a table with 4 chairs, the work desk is minimal, and I'd suggest walking three blocks towards the shuk to buy an extension cord with 4 or 5 sockets for all your devices. Rooms facing the courtyard side have small balconies. Breakfast is an optional cost. It's adequate but basic; seating is somewhat limited. If you choose, there are many mini-marts within a couple of blocks or shops selling breakfasts or sandwiches. Since I knew I'd be exhausted from my flight, I brought a microwavable meal and used that for my initial supper. Room service is a bit spotty. Sometimes you get all a large and small towel; other times not. You can always request more towels at the front desk. You get soap; bring your own shampoo or lotions. There are plenty of synagogues within a few blocks, ranging from the impressive Great Synagogue, the venerable Yeshurun Synagogue, to any number of more humble ones. On the Sabbath, you can request a physical room key instead of key card. There's a terrific Jewish bookstore, Pomeranz Books, a block away. My colleague paid $120 without breakfast for a single without breakfast. With both of us in the room and breakfast, we paid $156 nightly. One caveat: watch out when you sit on the edge of the bed. The mattresses are not terribly firm, and you can slip down, as I did.

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Standard Suite

This spacious suite includes one bedroom and a lounge with a sofa that turns into 2 single beds. The Standard Suite is available for singles, couples, couples + 2 children, or 3 adults.

  • Bathroom
  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Electric stove
  • Coffee set
  • Cable TV
  • Air conditioning

Family Suite

The Family Suite includes two bedrooms with 2 single beds, and a lounge with a sofa that turns into 2 beds.

The Family Suite is perfect for: a couple+3-4 children; 3 adults+1-2 children; or 4 adults + 1 child.

  • Bathroom
  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Electric stove
  • Coffee set
  • Cable TV
  • Air conditioning

Penthouse Suite

The Penthouse suites include 2-3 spacious and luxurious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and Jacuzzis. Each of the Penthouse suites in the hotel has a large lounge and a balcony overlooking the streets of Jerusalem.

The Penthouse apartments spread over 70-140 square meters, and can accommodate 4-8 people.

  • Bathroom
  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Electric stove
  • Coffee set
  • Cable TV
  • Air conditioning

Amenities

    • Suited for

    • Business
    • Couples
    • Families
    • Events
    • Kosher
    • Services

    • Air Conditioning
    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Elevator
    • Fax / Photocopying
    • Heating
    • Laundry
    • Restaurant
    • Baby Crib
    • Safe
    • Towels
    • Kitchenette
    • General

    • Accessibility
    • Event Hall
    • Free WIFI
    • Meeting Room
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    • Check in: 3:00 PM
    • Check out: 11:00 AM

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