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This is a famous old building basic and in a great location for the old city with a great rooftop view, it has a unique atmosphere fitting with its location, a good place to meet fellow travellers, I really enjoyed staying there.
I stayed there for 5 nights. Rooms are basic but no problem because it's one of the cheaper hostels. The bathroom was smelling strange (like asbestos). Morning time it was a bit noisy with a school next door. Breakfast was very basic and today after...More
I had the much regretted idea of booking a last minute 'deluxe' twin private room in this hotel-hostel with a friend and our stay there was in few words just awful. The tiny and incredibly dirty room we were given was literally infested by two...More
Petra HOSTEL is a great place to stay while exploring Jerusalem provided you book a private room with private bathroom on the ground floor and take your own bedding. There are also dorm rooms and sleeping on the roof.
The views from our room and...More
NICE LOCATION VILLAINOUS HOSTEL.
The view is that good, the rooms but very dirty on the second floor better do not go. The only good is in the Old City of Jerusalem. The blankets sheets stank. The mattresses were miserable. NOT in this hostel never...More
US$23 - US$89 (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.