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Jerusalem Hotel
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Reviewed 15 October 2012

This was my first trip to Jerusalem and I am so glad I chose Jerusalem hotel at Nablus Road. It is such a lively, warm and friendly place. Friday evening live music with oud, drums, poetry and dance is a 'must have experience'. The staff (Shireen, Josephine, Mohammad, Nasser) are always friendly and always have a story (or smiles) to share.
Thank you for making my stay so easy and memorable.
Cheers

Room Tip: all rooms are spacious with high ceiling.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 14 October 2012

Just reflecting on another beautiful stay at the Jerusalem Hotel ... must have stayed there over 15 times now over the last ten years .. and every time it is a pleasure. This time we'd like to give a special thanks to all the staff at the hotel for their kindness, warmth and care ... always going the extra step for us! Thank you Shireen, Josephine, Nasser and Mohammad. Until next time!

Room Tip: The corner rooms are the largest!
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled on business
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1  Thank David D
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Reviewed 17 July 2012

That is not hyperbole, by the way. If your idea of "the best hotel" includes fancy amenities and hairdryers, then you don't want to stay here. That isn't to say the amenities aren't lovely--Dead Sea products, of course--but the Jerusalem Hotel is as much a cultural experience as it is a hotel. The atmosphere is unbeatable. This is old-school architecture, with arched doorways, stone walls, and embroidered bedspreads. The restaurant is excellent (hey, you can't get schwarma at the American Colony) and the staff is extremely helpful and kind. You'll meet a fascinating crowd in the restaurant/bar area--journalists, politicians, NGO workers, adventurous tourists--and the waterfall is a nice touch. The internet is free, too, which is more than I can say for the Prima hotel in central Jerusalem. This is where I'll be staying from now on.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled on business
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11  Thank runnergirl1970
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Reviewed 15 July 2012

After a busy two weeks of touring Israel and the occupied territories it is with a great deal of relief that we've landed at the Jerusalem Hotel. It's been an ambition to stay here for some time, having eaten in the garden cafe under the grape vine in the past and nosed inside at the old mansion house. Because of the old stone walls of the house, the rooms remain cool even in the heat of summer. The beds are comfy, water hot and high pressured and the team at the hotel friendly and helpful. The location is perfect - 2 minutes from Damascus gate and 3 minutes round the corner from the Educational Bookshop on Salah Edin street where you can feed your eyes and brain with all sorts of info on the ongoing conflict whilst enjoying a mint tea and a sandwich. A trip to Al Quds wouldn't be complete without a stay at this lovely hotel. I'll be making sure I stay here on future trips!

  • Stayed: July 2012
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8  Thank BallyBlighter
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Reviewed 22 June 2012

We constantly reminded one another how lucky we were to have chosen the Jerusalem Hotel. Although I give it only four stars for being a little rustic (which in a way is also one of its good points), I couldn’t imagine staying anywhere else in East Jerusalem. True, we had to walk up a number of stairs each time to get to our room, the handle kept falling off the cold water faucet, and the lock on the door broke, but any problems with the room were cheerfully and rapidly repaired. The owner and extended family who run the hotel (including their close friend Naser, who is a prize at the reception desk) are always around and solicitous. As fascinating and wonderful as Jerusalem is, it can be difficult to manage its political intricacies, and it can also be hot and tiring with all of its hills. To return to the Jerusalem Hotel after a long day and sit in its quiet, cool garden knowing that you don’t have to go out to search for a cold drink, a good meal and a place to relax becomes more important than you would have thought. If you want a modern, recently-renovated hotel that caters more to tourist groups, then go a little farther away from the Old City to the St. George Landmark Hotel. If you are looking for a true East Jerusalem experience where locals, international workers and independent travelers intermingle and compare notes relatively free from the political tension that hangs over the city, then you will love this hotel as much as we did.

Room Tip: If you have trouble climbing stairs, choose a room on a lower floor.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with family
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7  Thank diiplo11
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