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The location near the central bus station and near the light train should be perfect, but on Jewish holidays and Saturdays it is a nightmare.
The clientèle of ultra orthodox people on weekends and festivals and the young Americans from Birthright can be a problem....More
I have had the misfortune of spending a couple of nights in this hotel. It was chock-a-block full of religious people, wedding parties and - oh, nightmare - American teenage tour groups. The rooms are old and tired, the beds are old and tired, the...More
We stayed in this hotel approx 18 months ago for a few days and quite enjoyed it as a base. It was a little noisy but was clean, fairly comfortable, excellent breakfasts, and the staff were really helpful.
Based on our first experience, we decided...More
we stayed 3 night at the jerusalem gate hotel the staff was the best
very helpul and nice good food very good location and a fair price dan from
the front desk is the best also they have a shopping center below the hotel
I did not stay in this hotel but made an online reservation I needed to cancel. Their online cancellation page simply does not work, you cannot enter the userid and password they send you. The email from which your confirmation comes is "do-not-reply". I called...More
Response from VisitIsrael | Reviewed this property |
They are notorious for not answering. This is a budget hotel, not necessarily with English speaking staff on a regular basis. It caters to groups and Ultra-Orthodox community. You may want to find another location for your... More
They are notorious for not answering. This is a budget hotel, not necessarily with English speaking staff on a regular basis. It caters to groups and Ultra-Orthodox community. You may want to find another location for your visit in Jerusalem