x The average starting price for a place to stay in Jerusalem is £83 per night.
Agron St. 6Outstanding 100%
hilde.herman Excellent location near the old city (with beatiful walking path to the old city), very friendly people, car parking possibility, modest but very satisfying breakfast, not expensive
Davidka Square Ha'neviim 67Awesome 89%
ch37 Very nice and helpful staff. Rooms a bit spartanic but definitely good value for money. Location about 20 min from Jaffa gate in good area.
44 Jaffa road JerusalemGreat 84%
LesBla WE enjoyed our stay very much. Good-sized rooms, dining room to prepare meals, roof terrasse and were able to wash clothes without a problem.
Peter52p It seemed money was more important than guests comfort. Beds mattreses and linen all need replacing as are past there use by date rooms are very small with poor ventilation on the good side great location for the old city and great view of Jerusalem from roof
1 David Street P.O.Box 14030Very Good 79%
elikanahn Good location but need to do much more in terms of services.i wish I had more funds I could have gone elsewhere but the location is great and that is all there is.
paulina_ha Very nice area, close to the main manuments. Rooms can be very interesting, it depends of your chance. Bathroom shrade could cleaner. For 14 euro it is ok.
ichavesg The localitation is the best to explore Jerusalem The personal of the hostel are very nice, inform you about a lot of things to do in Jerusalem...
ppwycz Staff are helpful and kind. The great thing about the hostel and the hotel, is that they really merge into one castle of some sort, with many stairs often leading up plateaus and balconies, on all of which I met nice, easygoing - and sometimes terrific - people. I definitely had a 5-star stay - though bathroom was really narrow, I was actually lucky to be rather thin myself... Breakfast is good.
Souk Khan el Zeit no 73 Old CityVery Good 76%
nevilletho I was very satisfied with Hashini Hotel. The staff are extremely friendly and welcoming and go out of their way to help and to accommodate their guests. The location couldn't be better - it is more or less halfway between Damascus Gate and Jaffa Gate meaning that everything in the old city is minutes away by way. If I were to travel to Israel again I would certainly go there again.
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