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Money were found missing on the forth night of our stay with window wide open when we were back to the room. We were surprised the hotel even refused to write a notice of our report to confirm no compensation is made to us even...More
Right on the outskirt of the Old city, access to this hotel by taxi is easy and you are only meters from the Jaffa Gate, so there is an easy reference space for you if you get lost wandering around the city.
The decor is...More
My 10 years old granddaughter and I stayed at the New Imperial Hotel in Jerusalem. The location is excellent, in the old city. The staff was friendly and helpful, very clean place, good breakfast. We both felt at home and we definitely are coming back.
Great location as cannot get any closer to the main sites in Old Jerusalem. Hotel is situated just off the Jaffa Gate. The building of the hotel itself is a fascinating place. It is decorated inside in a very interesting manner, with different mementoes and...More
The location is central to everything but the rooms are dated and in desperate need for repair, update and general maintenance. The room is very minimal and basic. The location is the draw for this hotel.
$99 - $175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi - we used a shared taxi from airport (least expensive) to hotel then had tour bus drop us off to our hotel in Tel Aviv since they were going there anyway. If you do this make sure tour co knows that's what you want so... More
Hi - we used a shared taxi from airport (least expensive) to hotel then had tour bus drop us off to our hotel in Tel Aviv since they were going there anyway. If you do this make sure tour co knows that's what you want so they know. The shared taxi vans are right outside airport - as soon as the fill up (approx 10) they take off (about 60 shekels per) - then just get their number for future pickup times/location. FYI taxis are expensive in Israel 🤓
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"The front of the hotel can be a little noisy, especially on a Thursday night - but that can be the charm of..."