Harmony - an Atlas Boutique Hotel0.0 out of 5.0
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Beautifully designed. Prime location. We had a great 24 hours split between the hotel and Jerusalem gems. The facilities and service are excellent. Reading corners and a balcony add to the atmosphere.
Not a 5 star in amenities but excellent service from staff and a fantastic location. Great restaurants, within easy walking distance of the Jaffa Gate and old Jerusalem and Jaffa Road and the tram. Room was comfortable and an excellent breakfast is provided. Happy hour is between 5.00 and 7.00pm every evening except on the Sabbath. Free for all guests. Highly recommend.
Our group of 6 spent 5 nights at the Harmony Hotel in Jerusalem. The rooms were small but nice. The rooms lacked a clothesline in the shower to hang one's hand laundry as well as a functional reading light by the bed. The light at the bedside did not adjust to a position that allowed one to read while one's partner tried to sleep. The breakfast was very good with a good range of choices. The Happy Hour at dinnertime was equally good. After having a large lunch the food at Happy Hour was plenty for dinner. My one complaint is the noise from the neighbors. There is both a regular bar as well as a hookah bar across the street and the noise generated can make it hard to sleep.
What a find this boutique hotel was for us. We wanted to be close to the Old City and Jafo street and the Harmony was perfect. The street scene is colorful with the umbrellas overhead and it is always busy. Entrance foyer is welcoming and the staff always smiling and helpful. Our room was on the small side but the bed comfortable and the bathroom clean and functional. However our room on the fifth floor had great views over the umbrellas and the Zuni restaurant over the road. Only about 10 minutes walk to Jaffa gate and close to many good eateries, the Harmony was perfect for us. Downstairs the lobby area serves breakfast from 7am and it was quite good with a range of healthy options. At 5pm they put on a happy hour with a small selection of tasty food and even wine. There is no formal restaurant or room service but we found we did not need it as we were so close to everything. The Zuni restaurant opposite became our favourite place to eat. Don't miss it. Our congratulations to management and staff for such a well run boutique hotel.
We had a great experiance staying at Harmony hotel in Jerusalem with a big family. Location is more than perfect, our rooms at the ground and first floors were completely renovated, cozy and very nice. The front desk staff - Hagop and Tamar are amazing people as well as Ayala Dekel hotel's manager. All were so kind, and helped with everything we asked with a big smile. I can warmly recommend to chose this hotel
This was a great find. It is in a great location, in a wonderful little street full of quirky shops. It is in easy walking distance (probably 20 minutes on a hot day) of the Walled City, the market and if you plan to travel further afield, about 5 minutes walk to a light railway stop.The communal areas are really stylish, full of interesting art. The room too was modern and light, interesting art on the wall. Free water plus tea and coffee making facilities in the room. Each evening, they provide complementary soft drinks, wine and snacks to residents which was a really nice touch, especially after a hard day's sightseeing. The only thing I would criticise was the breakfast, where the selection just wasn't to our taste at all, to the extent that if we stayed there again, we would choose a rate without breakfast included and buy it instead at one of the multitude of yummy cafes and bakeries nearby.
It is located very closed to the old city. One block from the tram and shopping area. Open lobby with great breakfast and happy hour. Great way to mingle with other guests. Friendly staffs and very accommodate for request. You feel like it is home away from home.
This medium size "boutique" hotel is right off Zion square, just a block from the the Ben Yehudah pedestrian mall and Jaffa Road, the main drag of West Jerusalem. If you like to walk, you can walk west to the Mahane Yehudah market, or east to the Jaffa Gate of the Old City in less than 15 minutes. Either way, you'll pass more shops and eateries than you could explore in several weeks. The Mashbir department store is around the corner; the chic, relatively new Mamilla Mall is about 7 minutes away. There was a nightly free summer music festival in the outdoor food court behind the hotel. Our room was comfortable for two, but was a little worn, and the wall mounted hair dryer needed fixing before we could use it. The staff handled our requests for assistance cheerfully and promptly. Wi-Fi worked well in the room and throughout the public spaces. The TV was an older flat screen, but channel selection was good, with several English language selections available. The comfortable, attractive lobby is a great place to relax, meet friends, and catch up on the day's events from a selection of newspapers and magazines in a variety of languages. Although there is no "business center," a computer is available in the lobby for guests, and the staff can arrange for printing of tickets and other documents on their printer. When I had trouble connecting my memory card reader to the lobby computer usb port, a maintenance staff member who was tending to the potted plants interrupted what he was doing and came over to help, without being asked. In a minute, the problem was corrected, and I was able to backup my photos. I believe his name was Ivan, and he represents how all the staff we encountered make the guest Job 1. Each day's complimentary breakfast is presented as a buffet in the lobby -- hot dishes, fruit, salads, breads, juices, pastries, cereals, etc. American style coffee is available self-serve, or the staff will bring euro-style coffees to your table on request. In the early evening there is a happy hour with wine, pastries, and snacks. We couldn't take advantage of the breakfast the morning we checked out, because we had to leave very early for the airport. Hagop, the front desk manager, offered us a bill credit as consolation. I'm sure he would have provided us with a take-away box had we asked. Moshe, one of the front desk staff, arranged for us to get to the airport with a group van, which picked us up right at the hotel, and was substantially less than a taxi. Tamar was another member of the front desk staff who also was always pleasant and helpful. All the staff we encountered were considerate and helpful in their own way. One of the hidden treasures of the hotel is the second floor guest lounge balcony overlooking the street. There are tables and umbrellas, and you can enjoy a drink and/or a takeout meal from one of the many places within a couple of bocks with great burgers, shwarma, felafel, etc. You may prefer a more private table toward the back, or watch the comings and goings on the street below, from a table at the front. For those who require Sabbath amenities, the hotel has a Sabbath elevator, and the staff can provide mechanical keys on request.
The Harmony Hotel is in a great location. We were one block from Yafo Street and a 15 -20 minute walk to the Old City - Western Wall. Our room was fairly small but clean. The view was terrible as were we on the second floor looking at the back of another building. The beds were comfortable, with a small sitting area. A safe and mini-fridge were included. Food which was included was OK. I was fairly limited in items which I enjoyed eating for breakfast. If you spend all day sightseeing, this is a great location to be situated. Don't choose this hotel for the rooms. - at least my room. We were on a tour and this is what was chosen for us.
Included as part of our Gate 1 tour. Location is the real deal. Walk to Ben Yehuda pedestrian street and (although a little tiring) to Old City Jaffa Gate. 2 museums in area to take advantage of are Friends of Zion (FOZ) at end of street and the Underground Prison museum. A great gelato at Mini Italian Gelato one block beyond the Pizza Hut sign. Did have a problem with shower running into bathroom (needs a small lip between shower and bathroom floors. and sink drain did not come up. I lived with it until the end since I did not want to move. Happy hour and breakfast were memorable.
- Walking distance to Mahane Yehuda Market and Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
Located in Jerusalem City Centre, Harmony - an Atlas Boutique Hotel is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Mahane Yehuda Market and Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem. This 50-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. It's in central Jerusalem and also a short walk from Mamilla Mall and Jerusalem Great Synagogue.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Quench your thirst with a drink at the bar/lounge.
All of Harmony - an Atlas Boutique Hotel's 50 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, coffee makers, and free weekday newspapers. Guests can enjoy satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include hair dryers, safes, and phones.
Guests of Harmony - an Atlas Boutique Hotel enjoy a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and coffee in a common area. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle (available on request) for ILS 270 per person one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a computer station, an arcade/game room, and a library.
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93% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1986 reviews