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I chose The New (New????) Petra Hostel because it is right in the Jaffa Gate in the oldest Jerusalem City....so yes GREAT LOCATION but terrible experience, I Booked 3 months earlier and payed about $60 a night for what I expected should have been a...More
Wow. The Petra hostel. Jerusalem's oldest hotel and one of the few in the old town. Nestled in a souk near the Jaffa Gate, you reach the hostel up a steep flight of stairs. In the 'lobby' is a booth in which a guy was...More
Location is superb: 150 meters from Jaffa Gate and literally at the beginning of the soukh.
You pay for what you get: rooms are basic but prices are affordable. There is a kitchen with a cooker and a fridge. Apart from free water, coffee and...More
My husband & I booked a private room last-minute during one of the busiest seasons of the year for Jerusalem (Sukkot). The price was right around $100. It was pricey, especially for a hostel, but we understood because the place was practically filled.
Where to even start. The manager of the hostel is rude and abrupt - when we showed up early in the morning he was sleeping on the couch and was not pleased when we just asked to leave our bags. The rooms are filthy, with...More
$33 - $80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Jarosław P | Reviewed this property |
George, I do not know. There were some young guys at the counter and they did not seem to me to be management, just young people working there. I believe they were Palestinians, but I am not 100% sure.