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All reviewsbudget hoteljaffa streetgreat locationrooms are basic but cleancoffee shopsold citysmall kitchenopened the windowhotel is situatedbars and restaurantstram linefriday afternoonlight railwalking distancetel avivmahane yehuda marketheart of jerusalem
A hotel not only at the heart of the city but that provides service with a heart making it a real home away from home, Eli and Nathan the owners are incredibly kind and helpful (and funny!) and go above and beyond the call of...More
Kaplan is a nice base for exploring Jerusalem. So close to the old city and surrounded by great restaurants and bars.
Eli gave some advice but also flexibility to choose our own favorites. He was always waiting up for us to debrief our days and...More
One of the highlights of our trip was having the pleasure to meet Eli, the owner. He was SO warm and hospitable. The location was perfect for us. I am extremely sensitive to outside noise, so Eli put me in a back room with a...More
To immediately judge the Kaplan on appearances would be a huge mistake... I only posted the photos to give other readers an image of the exterior entrance and basic standard of the rooms.
I can only heap praise on this friendly and welcoming gem of...More
I stayed at the Kaplan during October, 2012; this was a return visit for me, as I had stayed there more than once in 2010. Eli Wasserman was a wonderful host, as usual. There is usually no breakfast served, but because so many restaurants are...More
I am sure this can be arranged in the hotel if you speak to Eli or Nathan. Alternatively they will explain to you where to go. There are some customers who live in the hotel for months, I believe they manage to wash their... More
I am sure this can be arranged in the hotel if you speak to Eli or Nathan. Alternatively they will explain to you where to go. There are some customers who live in the hotel for months, I believe they manage to wash their cloths.
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"Rooms on the east side have floral window boxes, and overlook HaHavatzelet St- you can also see Yafo St and..."