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We had a great time in petra hostel. We booked two beds in a dorm for four nights but had the room for outselves the whole stay. The room had a balcony which was super good just for hanging out and observe the masses on...More
I stayeg there with my family and relatives, nineteen persons in all. It was during ramadan 2014. we spent one week there. Well situated within the old city Jerusalem. Ideal for a resting place to visit all places within the old city. For Mulsims walking...More
The hostel is perfectly located just by the Damascus gate of the old town. The view from the roof is really great - you have a panorama of old Jerusalem just before your breakfast table. These are good things about the hostel. The rooms are...More
Been to this hostel 3 times. Maybe I keep coming back because it is just by the entrance of the Jaffa Gate. They have now added NEW to their name: New Petra Hostel and have a website where you can book. The place is quite...More
I stayed in the dormitory room but there are also available private rooms. Dormitory has a little balcony and 8 beds. Bathroom is shared and since there is also the shower, often there is to wait to use it. For breakfast there was pita bread...More
USD 38 - USD 79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Jarosław P | Reviewed this property |
George, I do not know. There were some young guys at the counter and they did not seem to me to be management, just young people working there. I believe they were Palestinians, but I am not 100% sure.