It was perfect for me... one of the least expensive hotels in town, the breakfast was good and offered many choices and good quality, you can walk to most attractions, I felt the neighborhood as sufficiently safe and I had no problems walking around very very late at night, and the service is outstanding (I arrived late, with a rental car that I was told in Haifa I could only return to the airport or they would impose a drop off fee, and I didn't know exactly how I was going to get to Cairo from Jerusalem... no problem... Nadir made calls, asked me for my credit card, made bus reservations to Eilat which is in the border with Egypt and told me how to proceed... they sure make you feel like you are their long lost son the way they treat you... outstanding!!)... will stay here again when I come back to Jerusalem!!... only minor problems that I encountered were that the hotel was really difficult to find, even with directions from Mapquest and we are seasoned travelers accustomed to find out of the way places in all sort of international locations, and there was only street parking available, which was free but difficult to find and difficult to park, but doable.... great hotel experience!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Affordable family run hotel, located with easy walking distance to the Old City of Jerusalem. 10 minutes walking to Herod's Gate and 15 minutes walking to Damascus Gate. Simple, clean accommodation, family atmosphere. 10 minutes walking to Lerner Sports compound located in the French Hill. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Alcazar Hotel Jerusalem