We stayed for one night and enjoyed it very much. Walking distance to all sites in the city and very friendly and helpful staff. Happy hour is very nice with wine and food. Rooms are nice, clean and functional.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
We stayed at Arthur Hotel for 3 nights in mid May. The location is excellent although in the middle of pedestrian only area, but that was no problem for us. 10-15 min to the Old City walking. We loved the style, rooms are not huge but not too small either, comfortable beds, very helpful and friendly staff. We loved the included breakfast ans were impressed with the Happy Hour spread and a very nice wine, also included in price. Highly recommend!
My daughter and I spent 5 nights at the Arthur Hotel in Jerusalem, and all went well. It is well located, but a 10 or 15 minute walk to the Old City and many of the major sites. We got good assistance form Jasmine and her crew at the front desk. They assisted us with tour options and ways to make the most of our time in Jerusalem . The were especially helpful with evening dinner recommendations -- all excellent choices. Our accommodations was clean and well suited for us, and housekeeping service was excellent. Included morning breakfast was good and we enjoyed the complimentary wine and light snacks in the late afternoon. Overall, an excellent place for us to stay. We would certainly return.
We stayed for 3 nights at the Arthur due to its No1 rating on Trip Advisor.
It is a very nice hotel but has limited facilities. The rooms are relatively small with little room to unpack a full-sized suitcase. There are also a few niggling things like a lack of light in the bathroom. However, overall it is an excellent hotel. The buffet breakfast was superb and the staff efficient and helpful. There was free Wi-Fi in the rooms.
The main downside was the noise from outside at night. The hotel is located on a pedestrian precinct, so there is no traffic noise. However, It seems that the Israelis like to party, especially at the weekend, especially in that particular precinct where there are a couple of restaurants and bars. One group were singing and cheering loudly until 3am one morning, which is not the hotel’s fault but did not mean that we were in the best shape for hours of site seeing the next day.
We stayed at this hotel for four nights earlier this month (May). It is a boutique hotel, meaning small with no facilities such as pool, fitness area etc. which is a fair trade off for its location and friendliness. The interior of the hotel is newly renovated and the rooms are fully up to date, if not smaller than some of the chains. Ours had a large shower stall but no bathtub, which was no problem for us. Closet space met our needs. Good breakfast with plenty of variety. A great feature was the 5:00 - 7:00 happy hour when they serve small sandwiches, fruits, vegetables, snack foods, wine, juices, coffee and tea. Because of the small size of the hotel (54 rooms) it's easy to meet other guests and exchange information. Staff are extremely friendly and helpful. The greatest thing about this hotel is its location, on Dorot Rishonim street in the middle of the Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall, an area of stores and restaurants closed to traffic. It is around the corner from the Jaffa Center stop on the Jerusalem light rail, which is very easy to use and makes a large part of the city a short train ride away. The hotel is within an easy walk of the Machane Yehuda ("Shouk") open market area, the Old City, Safra Square (City Hall) the Jaffa Street area of shops and restaurants.
First class hotel can find no faults at the Arthur .Great staff,good rooms,super breakfast and happy hour.have stayed at many jerusalem over the years but none can compare with the Arthur,a credit to the israeli hotel industry.Many thanks for a great stay,will be returning soon.