I stayed here for two nights and specifically asked my tour company for this hotel. This was a 19th century Jewish merchants home that has been preserved and converted to a guest house. The dining hall is an original banquetting room. They have a new wing which they gave me a room in at first but as it was low season I asked to be moved to the old wing.
The room was very comfortable and modern inside but still retaining the old architecture and wall alcoves. The room had central heating and a second portable radiator which I kept close to my bed. Bathroom was completely modern with hot water and good water pressure
The TV had four satellite options, one was mostly russian, the other a mix of arab and middle eastern channels. Its very easy to explore the old town from here. A block south is a Mosque and one of the old city gates, just south of that is a historic Jewish cemetary. Just opposite is a small vendor selling snacks from their doorway. The old town starts about a 3 min walk north.
Staff speak good english and are very friendly. I would definately stay here again or recommend to others for the historic atmosphere. You can also go to the roof for a city skyline of all the old houses.
Despite facing in on the courtyard the room was very quiet, there may be more noise in busy season with more guests. Breakfast had fresh pancakes, jams, boiled egg, local breads with choice of fresh tea. This hotel was one of the highlights of my stay and I dont regret my decision staying here.
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