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All reviews great location ben yehuda street smart hotel old city minute walk jaffa gate central location underground parking no meat included breakfast small hotel heart of jerusalem quiet room within walking distance free wifi small balcony light rail
5 night stay - lovely, comfortable room, excellent breakfast. Friendly, helpful staff. Hotel is well situated in the centre of the city. Will not hesitate to use it for my next visit and have already recommended it to friends.
Fantastic position, close to all the action and the old city. Helpful staff and for locals, a car park - unusual in the centre.
Very good breakfast and we also ate dinner in the hotel on Friday night which was excellent. Very modern décor, good...More
Great location ! Close to everything: Kotel (Western Wall), Machane Yehuda, Ben Yehuda St. We started off our honeymoon in Israel here. Customer service was amazing but special shoutouts to Eyal, Vered, and Sara who went above and beyond to cater to us! Thanks for...More
The hotel is located within walking distance of many small grocery stores and restaurants, as well as the Jerusalem Light Rail. It is also only a short walk to destinations like Machane Yehuda or the Old City.
Our room was rather small but with a...More
Very nice hotel in the middle of city.Excellent service , rich breakfast and very friendly and professional staff
I want to thank specially to Eyal who called us to say that we will have a parking place. I myself arrived with a handicapped car.
If you are looking for an authentic vacation in Jerusalem, you need to pick your hotel carefully. The Eyal Hotel is located in Shamai St., Which is just off Ben Yehuda St. The property has recently been renovated and this project has allowed for the implementation of advanced technologies in order to ensure that the hotel will be environmentally friendly. The Eyal Hotel offers 68 newly refreshed rooms with modern amenities and perfectly-finished design. The hotel includes, among other facilities, sublevel guest parking, event and dining halls, a spacious solarium with an ecologically-designed wall, comfortable living room furnishings and a magnificent urban view over the center of Jerusalem and the Ancient City walls. Smart Hotels believes in the importance of maintaining an environment that is ecologically respectful. Indeed, this is also an essential element of your vacation experience. To this end, the Eyal Hotel recycles the heat generated by its systems in order to comply with the most efficient ecological standards. To enjoy Jerusalem to the fullest, you deserve a hotel that provides you with an outstanding level of quality. The Eyal Hotel is the greenest and most worthy choice for you.
Awards & Recognition
Certificate of Excellence
Non-Smoking Rooms, Accessible rooms
Number of rooms
US$136 - US$982 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IsraelJerusalem DistrictJerusalemDown Town West Jerusalem
Response from LilianaCastillo | Reviewed this property |
yes they do. I arrived very early and left my luggage in a storage room they have. Don't expert an early check in. They only will allow an early check in if you pay a whole night . The hotel is in a very central area. You... More
yes they do. I arrived very early and left my luggage in a storage room they have. Don't expert an early check in. They only will allow an early check in if you pay a whole night . The hotel is in a very central area. You will love the location. Many restaurants and bar near by, the gate is only 10 minutes away no need for a taxi.
Yes, it is very close to the light railway. You walk for less than 5 minutes to the end of Ben Yehuda Street where it joins Jaffa (Yafo) Street. The light railway goes up and down Jaffa Street, presumably connecting with... More
Yes, it is very close to the light railway. You walk for less than 5 minutes to the end of Ben Yehuda Street where it joins Jaffa (Yafo) Street. The light railway goes up and down Jaffa Street, presumably connecting with other public transport.