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Stayed here in the Gottlib's Zimmer room with my friend for two nights.
Great location! just steps from Emek Refa'im with lots of cafes and placed to eat.
It's only a 15-20 minute walk from the old city, 1 minute from a nice running path,...More
It was a great location for walking to the Old City. We felt very safe there, so we even took evening walks around the neighborhood. The room was small but clean which was all we needed, since we spent most of our time sightseeing. The...More
Needed a reasonable place for the night and this hotel fit the bill. Pleasant, safe, off the beaten path street/neighborhood in the German Colony, clean room, front desk staff courteous and helpful, satisfying buffet breakfast. Conveniently located especially for walking distance to the Old City....More
I stayed at this hotel because of its excellent location and reasonable price for a hotel in Jerusalem. It suited my needs perfectly. While the room was rather spartan, the bathroom was roomy and clean and quite modern. I had a big screen tv which...More
US$99 - US$172 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You can take what is called a sherut, or shared taxi. You share the ride with about 8 other passengers going to their various stops. The driver only goes when the van is full - I waited about an hour, but also arrived in low... More
You can take what is called a sherut, or shared taxi. You share the ride with about 8 other passengers going to their various stops. The driver only goes when the van is full - I waited about an hour, but also arrived in low season on a Saturday afternoon....
Should cost you about 65 shekels, which is not much, given the exchange rate. The drive itself is about 45 minutes, plus whatever amount of time to get the other passengers to their hotels.
I am guessing you can take a regular taxi, but that'd cost much more, but is more immediate.
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"R.21 a single room with a double bed was perfect in size and amenities.."