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Enjoy a weekend for 2 at The Post Hotel, including a lovely double room, breakfast and a city tour by Maslulim*…

 

All for just 600 NIS a night with a 20% discount after the first night!

 

To redeem this offer, call 072-3281975 and present the promo code when you make your reservation.

 

*The tour takes place on Friday mornings and you must reserve your spot when you make your reservation. 

*The tour will not take place if there aren’t at least 10 participants

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 179 traveler reviews
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Visiting my son, Lone Soldier IDF
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

My sister found the hostel online, and had me at they have a bar. We stayed for 10 days in the 4 person room. Wonderful stay. Very clean, nicely appointed. Breakfast included every day, small kitchen (i learned from another guest they are usually bigger), laundry, Happy Hour at the bar, and wifi. Bring...

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My sister found the hostel online, and had me at they have a bar. We stayed for 10 days in the 4 person room. Wonderful stay. Very clean, nicely appointed. Breakfast included every day, small kitchen (i learned from another guest they are usually bigger), laundry, Happy Hour at the bar, and wifi. Bring your own soap, they will provide a laundry detergent pod if you ask. Nobody has change for the laundry, hang in to your 5 shekel coins. Bring your own padlock. Pack small, very little storage space for suitcase, few hooks. Easy walking distance to the Old City Jaffa Gate, and New Jerusalem. They serve hot breakfast on Shabbat. Entertainment on most nights (music, hummus making lesson). Very close to shops, bars, restaurants. Happy Hour was nice, buy one get one free beer. Bartenders were nice, but the level of coolness just depended on who you got that night. The sheets were not changed while we were checked in, and we had to swipe refill toilet paper and a soap off the maid cart. The installed a pool table on our last night. Overall, I would recommend The Post, more importantly, I would stay here again.

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TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

We enjoyed staying at Te Post hostel for two nights, on a family trip (2 adults and 3 kids). The location is great, right on the tram line, walking distance to the old city. Nice atmosphere, tourists from all over the world. The common space is cozy and inviting, live music sometimes, nice roof...

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We enjoyed staying at Te Post hostel for two nights, on a family trip (2 adults and 3 kids). The location is great, right on the tram line, walking distance to the old city. Nice atmosphere, tourists from all over the world. The common space is cozy and inviting, live music sometimes, nice roof terrace outside. Pretty good breakfast, the rooms are reasonably clean although small and minimal. There's no TV, you have to bring your own towel and toiletries etc. The entrance is really at 3 Koresh st, not 23 Yafo as shown on the website. That's a big deal, because there's no car access on Yafo street, we ended up wasting time driving around, parking at Mamila/Karta garage (walking distance and fair prices), carried all our luggage instead of stopping by the front entrance more conveniently. Communication in the booking process is not very professional. They took a while to respond, and sent me a confirmation for a single person. I had to call them to make sure they understand we're a family. The entrance is somewhat rough, not welcoming or impressive,quite the opposite. The view from the dusty room window is the messy courtyard with the HVAC equipment. We had to close the window at night because of the noise. Maintenance could be better, the lobby restrooms are in disrepair and there's no toilet seat etc. I understand you can't expect too much at these prices, yet they should improve the upkeep of the place. Breakfast service is not great, crowded, long lines, missing items etc. If you're not in a rush- it's an enjoyable breakfast overall. The receptionist gave us wrong info when we asked about a good place to view the whole city from afar. Armon Hanatziv is not the best spot, there are better places on Mount of Olives, east of the old city. Overall- it's a good hostel for people who are on a budget, and/or are down to earth and are comfortable with simple and basic amenities. We enjoyed staying there as a family with kids, and would also recommend it to couples, singles or small groups. Very good value for the price.

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A Basic Centrally Located Hotel
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

We stayed three nights. The rooms were clean with a good shower. The breakfast was good with nice granola and yoghurt and the tomato and fried egg dish. Fruit juice would have been nice. The hotel is difficult to find and is situated in the post office building but worth looking for. Services are basic...

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We stayed three nights. The rooms were clean with a good shower. The breakfast was good with nice granola and yoghurt and the tomato and fried egg dish. Fruit juice would have been nice. The hotel is difficult to find and is situated in the post office building but worth looking for. Services are basic (carry your own case).

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Bad customer-service
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 22, 2017

Originally, I choosed to stay at the Post Hostel to be near the center of the city of Jerusalem (very good located!). The entrance, as already mentioned on this site, doesn't really look welcoming. Nevertheless, the acutal hostel, once you get to the reception, looks nice. It wasn't until I wanted to check-in at the...

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Originally, I choosed to stay at the Post Hostel to be near the center of the city of Jerusalem (very good located!). The entrance, as already mentioned on this site, doesn't really look welcoming. Nevertheless, the acutal hostel, once you get to the reception, looks nice. It wasn't until I wanted to check-in at the reception that I got informed by the guy that my booking got cancelled due to overbooking (it was Passover during this time) and if I haden't seen the notification e-mail. I was quite upset to hear that since I'd payed upfront, only stayed for one (!) night and hadn't been aware of any cancellation (I had checked my email at the very same morning). On top of that, the guy at the reception didn't really seem to care about it and only repeated "there's nothing I can do for you". Despite of this very bad service, they managed to book me a room at another hotel and were willing to come up for the cost difference. Unfortunately, as all the hotels near the city center had already been fully booked, the room they got me was outside of the city (absolutely not in walking distance). I made clear that I had to be back in the city very early the next morning but with the new accommodation, would now need to cover additionally taxi transfer. Grudgingly, the guy then eventually offered me to pay one way of the taxi transfer. At the other hotel I then had the chance to sync my mailbox and saw that this notification email had been sent to me only 6h (!) before my attempt to check-in. Regarding the fact that I made the reservation a few weeks ahead, that it's known that Passover will be during this time, and that probably a lot of people are traveling to Jerusalem, I find it not acceptable to get notified in this manner and so short-termed. This is reason enough for me to stay at another hotel next time I'll be in Jerusalem.

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TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 13, 2017

We stayed One night and just came back home. The place is not the one I can recommend to others. The entrance is neglected and stinks. Than the room was like one in the process of renovation up to a danger to life- open electric sockets, wires comes out of the wall, iron pipes above us...

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We stayed One night and just came back home. The place is not the one I can recommend to others. The entrance is neglected and stinks. Than the room was like one in the process of renovation up to a danger to life- open electric sockets, wires comes out of the wall, iron pipes above us with no connection and more. The handle of the bath door was missing... we had to ask for missing towels and soap. The hostel does not fit the ones who keep kosher. They did not mention it as their site although it is rear in Israel, so we had to skip the included breakfest... Bottom line - avoid it, locals and tourists.

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Dorm Rooms

Available with 4, 8, 10 or 12 beds; equipped with standard dorm room amenities

Economy Double Room

Maximum occupancy of 2 adults; equipped with 1 double bed and standard room amenities, including private bathroom

Superior Double Room

Maximum occupancy of 2 adults; equipped with 1 double bed and upgraded room amenities, including private bathroom and television with cable/satellite channels

Triple Room

Maximum Occupancy of 3 adults; equipped with 1 double bed, convertible sofa and standard room amenities, including private bathroom

Amenities

    • Suited for

    • Business
    • Couples
    • Families
    • Services

    • Air Conditioning
    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Laundry
    • Mini Bar
    • Shared Kitchen
    • Tour Desk
    • General

    • Accessibility
    • Free WIFI
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    • Check in: 2:00 PM
    • Check out: 10:00 AM