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National Hotel Jerusalem

Awesome Hotel

This hotel is a less than ten minute walk from bus stops and tram stops that could take you anywhere. It is located in the Muslim Quarter and while some people say that this neighborhood is unsafe, I never had any problems. The hotel was really clean, moden, and has a beauitful resturant. The breakfast was the best hotel breakfast I ever recieved.

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4 months ago

5.0

Dan Panorama Jerusalem

Extended our stay

We were so comfortable at the Dan Panorama (in a renovated wing room — called Deluxe rather than the older rooms called Superior) we extended our stay. When they finish upgrading all of the rooms (they are working in 6 month tranches to get to the all) it will be a total remake. Friendly and attentive staff at the front desk and bellman services

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3 months ago

5.0

Hashimi Hotel

Excellent Hotel, very close to Al-Aqsa

Had a Great Experience. Will recommend to everyone. Very close to Al-Aqsa. Friendly and Courteous staff !!!

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3 months ago

3.0

Stay Inn Hostel

Different name and picture! Very deceptive!

This hotel is suppose to be stay inn but no, there’s nothing like that name when you get to Tel Aviv, it’s actual name in Nahalat Yehuda, or something like that, and the address is wrong too, I guess that’s why there’s no sign in front of the building, so you just going to drive around for a long time until you see someone who actually knows what that building is used for! Meanwhile, the taxi meter is reading! Also the picture of the hotel on the booking website look like it’s on the ocean front, very deceptive, the location is in the sleaziest part of town, with shady characters in every corner, not even near any beach at all!

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3 months ago

Hotels in Jerusalem

The best way to get to know Jerusalem may be through its top attractions. Among these are Yad Vashem and Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art—all of which are compelling reasons to visit.

Need a place to kick back after all that sightseeing? Jerusalem also has 35 hotels, which rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff, meaning they offer more than just a comfy bed to snooze in.


Hotels in Jerusalem

The best way to get to know Jerusalem may be through its top attractions. Among these are Yad Vashem and Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art—all of which are compelling reasons to visit.

Need a place to kick back after all that sightseeing? Jerusalem also has 35 hotels, which rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff, meaning they offer more than just a comfy bed to snooze in.


What to do in Jerusalem

Let some of the best in the movie biz charm you from the silver screens at Jerusalem Cinematheque and Goethe-Institut Israel.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, there's Bon-Voyage Ltd - Jerusalem. Here, you can enjoy a little pampering and serenity while in Jerusalem.


Nightlife in Jerusalem

After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Hazaazua and La Casa del Habanoto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.


Best times to visit Jerusalem

Jerusalem is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but January, February and March are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 29%, 21% and 7%, respectively.


Arts and culture in Jerusalem

Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Jerusalem at Yad Vashem, Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art and Underground Prisoners Museum. Caspari Center for Biblical and Jewish Studies, Vice-Versa and Hebrew Union College offer a taste of culture and learning.


Getting to Jerusalem

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Ben Gurion Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.


Where to eat in Jerusalem

Jerusalem is home to plenty of eateries designed for grabbing a snack or digging into a serious meal. Among them are Angelica, Chakra, Mona and Rimon Cafe. All are also good options for resting your feet between sightseeing excursions. So pull up a chair, take a load off, and maybe even try a new dish or two.


Nightlife in Jerusalem

After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Hazaazua and La Casa del Habanoto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.


Where to eat in Jerusalem

Jerusalem is home to plenty of eateries designed for grabbing a snack or digging into a serious meal. Among them are Angelica, Chakra, Mona and Rimon Cafe. All are also good options for resting your feet between sightseeing excursions. So pull up a chair, take a load off, and maybe even try a new dish or two.