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Its location is the only good point. Dirty, old, noisy, shabby, and rude managers like idiots. Must avoid!!!
I was attracted by its low price and location, and booked it online. Then it turned to be a nightmare. Cannot sleep at all at night. Cannot...More
This hostel has three things going for it: a great location in the Old City near Jaffa Gate, amazing views of the Dome of the Rock and the Tower of David and finally it's cheaper than most other hostels in Jerusalem. That being said, you...More
Given the price and the location, you have to put up with some other things being less ideal. The rooms are pretty old and can get noisy as you look out onto jaffa gate. The bathroom is pretty old and basic. Overall,it's clean enough if...More
We spend 3 nights downthere coming straight from the airport at 3:35 AM. It's not the best hostel we've ever been but it was xlean, open 24/7 with wifi everywhere. The roof top is amazing and give one of the best view in town. What...More
DO NO T STAY HERE!!!: i just got out this morning of that sty because the management started shouting at me because i told them that there was no hot water (which apparently is a persistent problem) after they threw me into a horrible room...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.