We spent 5 days here in May. It is convenientt for all the Jewish quarter sights as well as the Opera House. It is undegoing renovations. Our room was renovated with new carpet and furniture that looked like it came from Ikea - simple and functional. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was Spartan. Using the handheld shower was a challenge and we often had very long waits for hot water. The walls were painted white with one small dreary picture. We overlooked the street which became somewhat noisy at night as the patrons from the bars across the street and next door made their presence know. An inside room might have avoided this.
There were rapairs to the street so our taxi could not get near the hotel. The work crews would start early in the morning making loud nosies with the construcion equipment for 15 minutes and then stop for 2 hours or so. Just enough to wake everyone up. They finished the day we left and the street was reopened.
There is a tiny (one person) elevator for the hotel. Otherwise you walk up open stairs.
The staff in the resaturant was friendly. The dinners were quite good and fairly priced for a kosher restaurant although it would help if there was some variety for breakfast since every day but Shabbat the offerings were identical.
The hotel staff was helpful although don't expect much help getting your luggage up and down the stairs.
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