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Ecce Homo Convent

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Reviewed 23 June 2017 via mobile

Wonderful accommodations for me and my wife for our time in old Jerusalem. The room was clean and cheerful with full bathroom facility. The complementary breakfast was substantial and you could have tea or coffee throughout the day. The view of the old city from...More

1  Thank ssmookler
Reviewed 15 June 2017

We chose to stay here during the beginning portion of our trip to visit Israel. On arrival we stayed two nights; they held our bags while we went to Bethlehem and stayed a night there, and on return we stayed another 3 nights. We had...More

11  Thank 1dancing_fool
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Well equipped and clean room, very attentive volunteers and community. Stunning views from the top and easy walking disance to everywhere in the old City. Really unexpected historical building, archaeological suprises in the basement and in the beautiful Basillica. Hearty and delicious food.

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Reviewed 30 March 2017

We had three rooms for 7 people, 4 kids and three adults. The beds in some rooms were far superior to others so ask if you can check them out. Since we had a baby they let us use the staff laundry which was very...More

1  Thank jvquarterback
Reviewed 21 January 2017

The most intense experience of Jerusalem is to be had in the Old City itself. The sense of connectedness to the city’s God-inspired past is felt most vividly by staying in a house of pilgrimage. Ecce Homo guest-house—attached to the convent of the sisters of...More

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Last month I paid US$65 for a single room. It's actually more of a cell -- pretty tight -- but it did have a bath and shower. The convent also offered me this alternative: "We have separate men and women dormitories with... More
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I'm not aware of a weekly rate but might be worth emailing to ask. I paid $75 USD a night for half board. You want to be dropped off at Damascus Gate in the old city part of Jerusalem. Rooms are serviced daily except on... More
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"Ask for rooms where you wont be woken up by the morning prayers at 04:00 am, everyone in the city hears them."
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"room 65 is noisy, no a/c but I could get wifi once I had signed on in the common room."
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"I preferred a top floor room. Some have city skyline views from the room if desired."
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"Pray for a private room to be available and not just a dormitory cubicle"
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