Logging is very pricey in Jerusalem, thus paying $100/night in a decent place is very good bargain.
Spent 4 nights there around Passover.
Location - not the best (East Jerusalem), but nothing really bad if you are open-minded.
Also except couple $400/night places most of the hotels are like this one.
Taxi to/from Old city was only 40-50 sh (you still need to bargain). I would NOT recommend to use the bus
Rooms - tiny, but clean and with good shower.
Breakfast - plentiful, with non-kosher food too. Usually we need to eat next time only around 3pm.
Internet - worked, but slow in busy hours.
HVAC - central, new, very quiet.
Service - very friendly, most speak good English.
Parking - they claim free parking on-site. In reality it's free parking on the busy street, and not so many free spots there. Still was possible, but difficult sometimes.
Restaurant - NO evening restaurant. The "Rooftop" they mention on the website is closed for reconstruction. And NO place to eat at night in neighborhood either (Arab village). So be warned - eat in the City, or buy some food in a small shop nearby.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Re-opened on 15th April 2011, the hotel features 45 luxury guest rooms with modern accommodation facilities in an unmatched boutique style interiors styled in contemporary flares with modern conveniences and modern style furniture including:- Electronic door locks- Air Condition- Telephone- 26" LCD TV with 16 satellite channels- Mini-bar- High speed internet. In addition, our skilled chef provides mix of local, oriental and western delicacies in our open buffet restaurant during lunch and dinner times. ... more less
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