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What a magical place to stay. Full of charm, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. I booked one of the single rooms for my first night in Jerusalem. The hostel is in an incredible location, a short walk from the Western Wall, Church...More
1 out of four of us being in the same room was bite 21 times. The room was stuffy, with a very small sealed window. Kitchen was poorly equiped (no cups, 4 big spoons). Smell from toilets in the lobby.
Good, nice teracce on the...More
Great location, astonishing rooftop view, friendly staff and an architecture that really makes you feel like you are staying in ancient Jerusalem. This hostel provides what a true traveler needs, definetly recomend and would stay again.
My wife and I stayed here in January 17. At first we booked two dorm beds for one night. When we came the host Adam welcomed us warmly and let us take a double room for the price of 2 dorm beds because quite many...More
Although we only stayed in a one bed due to space, this is a charming and warm hostel, good value for money and very friendly and helpful staff .. be prepared for typical hostel life though, people in and out at all times of the...More
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I stayed in one of the double private rooms... the one on first floor in the back. The room wasn't too much bigger than the bed, but had a dresser and room to store our packs as well. One window that opens and also let's in... More
I stayed in one of the double private rooms... the one on first floor in the back. The room wasn't too much bigger than the bed, but had a dresser and room to store our packs as well. One window that opens and also let's in a good ammount of light. The bathroom was right outside the room though, not inside. The room door locked, so we didn't have a problem leaving our things in there - though the only expensive things I brought with me were my computer and camera, and the camera came with me literally everywhere.
Side note... it's a no-brainer for most travelers in hostels, but don't leave your passport anywhere, even locked up. I had a specific pair of travel pants with a front zipper pocket and an rfid travel pouch that I kept my credit card and passport in, along with extra cash. Then kept other cash in a seperate place... pickpockets are rampant throughout David Street (the main market) and Jaffa Gate!