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The room is suoer basic, but looks clean. The location is the key to the place's success - it is situated in a tranquil and safe area of the ex-German colony, 20 min walk from the Old City and Ben Yehouda (vibrant street, check it...More
I would definitely stay here again. It's not fancy but the breakfast is decent, the rooms are small but comfortable, and it's very conveniently located. The staff was friendly, courteous, and helpful--even putting me up when I stumbled in at 3 am with a sudden...More
The hotel is in nice area, near to the Old City. The rooms are simple, but clean. I can recommend it. And I would stay here again. Only thing is that before Pesach, you cannot bring any food to the room.
We stayed at the Little House in the Colony for 2 nights in March.
The location is easy to find once you know where it is.
First impression is the room where the food is served, lots of light and warmth. Up the stairs the...More
USD 94 - USD 155 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You can take what is called a sherut, or shared taxi. You share the ride with about 8 other passengers going to their various stops. The driver only goes when the van is full - I waited about an hour, but also arrived in low... More
You can take what is called a sherut, or shared taxi. You share the ride with about 8 other passengers going to their various stops. The driver only goes when the van is full - I waited about an hour, but also arrived in low season on a Saturday afternoon....
Should cost you about 65 shekels, which is not much, given the exchange rate. The drive itself is about 45 minutes, plus whatever amount of time to get the other passengers to their hotels.
I am guessing you can take a regular taxi, but that'd cost much more, but is more immediate.
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"R.21 a single room with a double bed was perfect in size and amenities.."