Jun 11 - Jun 12
The hostel is very close to Old Town and shopping, which was perfect. It was clean and provided a tasty breakfast. The staff was amazing and provided fun activities and tours.
We got the room that sleeps 4 with private bath, it was basic, clean and convenient. The hostel is quirky with a lot going on (never a dull moment). Our room was located on the 4th floor so it was very quiet despite all of the people gathered on the lower floors for the events. Would definitely stay ...
Jun 20 - Jun 21
Clean place to stay. Ten minute walk to the old city.
We loved this place. Open, friendly, full of friendly hosts and guests. Amazing Arab/Israeli breakfast. Excellent location. Close to public transportation. Just a wonderful place in every way. Highly recommend.
May 31 - Jun 1
Private place close to both the new and the old parts of Jerusalem.
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Book a hostel in Israel
Life is an adventure, and you can experience it all—without breaking the bank. Don’t ignore your free spirit when you travel: stay spontaneous with hostels in Israel. They’re flexible, fun and never have a dull moment, just like you. Plus, the budget friendly nature of a hostel means you can stay longer and check out everything Israel has to offer.
Find your tribe and maximize your good times at Israel hostels. Backpackers, students, and young travelers flock to hostels for their community feel. They’re a great place to meet fellow travel junkies from all over the world and make new friends that will help you get the most out of Israel.
Hostels let you really see Israel
A hostel is your ticket to a great trip in Israel. Some include private rooms, while others offer double beds or bunk beds, so your whole crew can split the cost. If you’re traveling alone, hostels are the perfect way to find your Israel family and maybe even pick up a trail buddy.
Youth hostels in Israel are the best way to see the sights without losing your savings. Perks can include free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and options for private rooms and bathrooms. Some hostels also include common areas where you can cook and share meals together, reheat leftovers, or just gather around to swap stories. The manager is likely a local who will be able to suggest new spots in Israel for you to visit. Take your new best friends and get going. Israel isn’t going to explore itself.