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St. George's Cathedral Guest House
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Reviewed February 18, 2007

I recommend St. George's for singles, families, tourist groups. You won't get the swimming pool scene, but at an extensive breakfast the first morning I met a three people from Texas, one of which was a Phd in Archeology who became my tour guide for Jersualem.

Later I met people from Australia, Japan, Norway, and Sweden, Fance and England. The American Colony Hotel and the Christmas Hotel are both easy to walk to for lectures, a bookshop, or a meal. The markets and Old City and bus stops are not far at all. Jerusalem is all about walking, so wear comfortable shoes. I felt plenty safe everywhere. Check out the ceramics factory down Nablus Street.

I wish the TVs worked better and that CNN had been available. The overhead lamp on my bed kept falling forward. The staff is friendly and brings tea or coffee while you work on your computer. You can also take a rest in the courtyard where citrus trees and giant date palm tree shade you. One of the men staff saw me trying to cut open a bomali fruit (larger than a grapefruit with very thick rind) and then he took over and showed me how to whack it open properly witth a big knife from the kitchen. It was soft lime-green inside and delightful to eat. They are available on in the markets, but I picked my bomali off the tree in the courtyard...

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Reviewed January 21, 2007

When we first arrived, the gate keeper acted as if I were his long lost friend. So warming. I entered the beautiful courtyard and walked into the office where the Guest House Manager greeted me personally, and genuinely inquired about my day, each day that I stayed there for 10 days.

Breakfast was yummy, and taking a coffee out in the beautiful courtyard to relect yesterday or plan today was magnificent. The Cathedral is also open for reflection, and the Anglicans are open to people of all faiths to use the sanctuary to mediate or pray.

The location is perfect. Just 10 minutes (max) from the Damascus gate by foot- and the walk there is filled with small shops - many of which (out of the back gate) had the best prices and wares that I found anywhere in Palestine or Israel. Ask for the street with the chocolate shop and olive wood shop. (4 blocks away)- I bought some amazing chocolate, and then shipped them and olive wood products to the States, which arrived perfectly and before I did back home.

If you need nightlife - there are ample fantastic restaurants and bars within 5 to 8 minutes walk.

I will be back in Jerusalem twice a year for business each year - St. Georges will be the only place that I will stay....you've got to break from the norm and not only sleep - but rest !!!

Stayed: November 2006
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Reviewed August 6, 2006

A wonderful setting, a 10 minute walk from either Damascus Gate or Herod's Gate of the Old City. The garden in the courtyard is delightful, the staff friendly and helpful. We loved being there (stayed there our last 3 nights in Israel) and would love go there again. We highly reccomend this hotel.

We paid $80 for two people (no tax or anything added), including breakfast. Small clean rooms with showers. The stone walls and cool Jerusalem nights kept the rooms at a good temperature, although we sometimes used the standing fan provided. The only credit cards they accept are Visa and American Express. It is near the American Consulate in East Jerusalem. They had just installed wireless internet in the garden and lobby when we were there.

The Episcopal church is open to all, with English-language communion daily at 7:30am and Evensong services daily (and a gathering in the garden after), and Sunday services. We met Israelis from the north escaping the current war, a Jewish American journalist, a Catholic German journalist, and people visiting the country to understand the Palestinian situation.

  • Stayed: July 2006, traveled as a couple
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Stayed: April 2018, traveled as a couple
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Stayed: February 2018
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