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Opted to stay in the 4 bed rooms and met some really interesting people from many different countries over my 4 day stay. The room was clean and pleasant with constant hot water. The large breakfast buffet was a really nice touch; ample fresh fruits,...More
This hostel seems to win all the awards , so I booked a group of 15 people here that I was taking around on an active tour of Israel. We were mostly in our 40's and 50's age wise, but felt right at home in...More
The staff is incredibly helpful. The place is clean, jovial and secure. Private lockers are available for smaller items like a purse.
There is a bus stop straight out the door as well as being in the center of Jerusalem a few blocks from King...More
Came to this hostel with my partner and family, didn't expect much due to it being a hostel, bit it surprised me for the best! The place is very lovely with a lovely vibe to it and a wonderful staff. There is a very cute...More
This hostel is one of the best that I have stayed at in the world. It is in a great location and easy to get to from the airport or the bus station. It is centrally located, without being too close to the crowds of...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
Things to do
US$28 - US$286 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
Number of rooms
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This hostel has the full range of demographics. Yes there are the young students wet behind the ears. There were also couples and singles in their 40s and beyond. While at the Tel Aviv hostel waiting for the shuttle to... More
This hostel has the full range of demographics. Yes there are the young students wet behind the ears. There were also couples and singles in their 40s and beyond. While at the Tel Aviv hostel waiting for the shuttle to Jerusalem I saw a lady who was appeared to be in her 70s. No matter what your age, you are welcome here and will be comfortable!
Staying in the old city is great if you are solely interested in the religious sites. The old city is very quiet in the evening and most restaurants and bars are active in the new city center, which is right where Abraham... More
Staying in the old city is great if you are solely interested in the religious sites. The old city is very quiet in the evening and most restaurants and bars are active in the new city center, which is right where Abraham Hostel Jerusalem is located.
From Abraham to the old city you can either walk 15-20 minutes or take the tram for 2 stations.
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"Closer to the elevators there is a bit more noise from the hallway."