We stayed at the Hashimi one cold Tuesday night in December and loved it. it's a fun place to be, really much better than staying in a plain and faceless hotel. A real taste of the Old City. Yes its not the Crown Plaza but its comfortable and a place to rest after walking miles. With regard to the location, well its perfect for the Old City. It might seem a little daunting in the neighbourhood at night, but it's like anywhere, you have to be sensible. We ventured out into downtown Jerusalem in search of our sort of nightlife and were not disappointed, nor did we feel intimidated walking back after 1am through the deserted Damascus Gate. Breakfast was lovely - middle eastern hummus, cheese, olives and flatbread. Only real criticism really is that there was no fresh coffee. Also it is an Arab hotel so no alcohol which is fair enough. I thought the atmosphere was pleasant, but we have travelled through the middle east a few times now and felt comfortable in this Arab hotel.
- Also Known As:
- Hashimi Hotel
- Hashimi Hotel Jerusalem
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Al Hashimi Hotel and Hostel is located at Old City, Jerusalem, Israel. It offers air-conditioned accommodation rooms, all of which have a cable television, private toilet and bath, telephone, and an Internet connection. Some of its amenities include restaurant and cafe, tours and city trips, room service, and safe deposit boxes. While staying here, you can visit some interesting places like Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Dome of the Rock, and Via Dolorosa. ... more less
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