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Fantastic rooftop view, and if you are lucky you'll get a room in which you'll wake up to the Dome of the Rock. The staff was very friendly. And the location is great, you can go to the main tourist attractions of the old city...More
I stayed at Hashmi Hotel in April 2014 and again in November 2014.
Hashmi is located right in the heart of the Old City and that is exactly where you need to be when you visit the Holy Land of Jerusalem. The hotel is very...More
Stayed at Hashimi for 3 nights. We got room 313 which had a nice view of the Dome of the Rock. The room was spacious; it had a queen-like bed, small table and two chairs and closet. I didn’t like the bathroom not because of...More
It's perfectly located in the old city, few minutes' walk to Al Aqsa, the WWall, Damascus gate.. I was lucky enough to have the room overlooking Al Aqsa and the sun rise :) The room itself was spacious and clean. But even if you don't...More
If you just want to immerse yourself in the Old City in a warm and friendly atmosphere then look no further. A refurbishment has just been completed and my room was very spacious and comfortable with views out across the city to the Dome of...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
$84 - $157 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes. We took a "sherut," a shared shuttle located just outside the baggage exit of TLV. Just ask location after you pick up your bags. No reservations needed. When the shuttle is full, they depart. I think it was about... More
Yes. We took a "sherut," a shared shuttle located just outside the baggage exit of TLV. Just ask location after you pick up your bags. No reservations needed. When the shuttle is full, they depart. I think it was about 30 sheckels ea.