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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 February 2011

This hotel has the perfect location for Jerusalem. Literally everything is walking distance. Only issue is the decor is a bit old fashioned, the sheets weren't very clean when we arrived and the reception staff are a bit rude. Also on a Saturday night the clubs are nearby so it's hard to sleep with the music blaring out loud. The...

3Thank samikrimmy
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Reviewed 23 February 2011

If you can actually find other place to stay, please do. Very old facility. Furnitures as well. The radio attached with the bed's headboard made me reminisce the old times coz' those are the same thing my grandpa have from the days.

4Thank ryanczar
Reviewed 12 December 2008

You chooose this hotel for the fantastic location. Ten minutes from the old city. You walk in one direction and you see dancing religious me from the 19th century.. Another direction and it is the twenty first century with hiphop and loud music. The contradiction of Jerusalem. A disgusring breakfast with rotten eggs and old bread. But if you ask...

1Thank Malatesta
Reviewed 11 November 2008

i stayed in this hotel for 5 days and i was really upset on the first day , first, it smells like a chimney, 2nd, they said the airconditioning is for heating only it was quite hot if you're used to london weather , 3rd, the carpets no matter how you will clean it...it really needs to be replaced due...

7Thank oxmed29
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 1 January 2006

I am a journalist who stayed in this hotel while covering the Israeli Disengagement from Gaza. Though the hotel was starting to undergo renovations while I was there, nevertheless I found the staff courteous, helpful, the rooms clean and quiet and the price was very reasonable. The location of the hotel, and it's towering height, made it perfect for my...

15Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 12 July 2005

The hotel is modestly priced and in a great location. My only problem with the hotel is that our room had no window, it was in interior room that was attached to another room that had a window. It was sort of a two bedroom suite, sleeps four, two in each room. There was a group of four of us,...

12Thank Westumbria
Reviewed 6 January 2005

This is a high tower in the middle of the downtown shopping/restaurant district. Compared to the smaller hotels and inns downtown, the huge advantage of this hotel is the building's height. There is an enormous amount of noise from the pedestrian area round the clock, and in the early morning there can be racket from cars and trucks as well....

18Thank mondrian

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Additional Information about Kikar Zion

Address: 25 Shamai, Jerusalem 9463127, Israel
Region: Israel > Jerusalem District > Jerusalem > Down Town West Jerusalem
Price Range: €93 - €187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Kikar Zion 3*
Number of rooms: 120
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“Please, whatever you do, do not stay at this hostel. It is unsanitary and unhealthy. The location is not worth it.”
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“Lower floors are probably slightly nicer”
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