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We were a family of 6 people and we came to the dinner we found out that we dont have a place to sit.
We asked the staff for help but they told us thats it and treat us like we were airi wouldnt recommend...More
It has all the faccility of a hotel being a hostel. Clean, nice people there, breakfeast included, very central in the city, near the old city of Jerusalem. There is always someone to help there to any doubts you may have.
We spent some great days here.
The Hostel is located in the center of Jerusalem, which allows tours in the City at any time. Dorms are good, staff is friendly and the free Breakfast is a nice service. In conclusion: a recommendable place :)
In general hostel is fine. It is more clean than typical hostels, you can book a room equipped with bathroom (we stayed in 4 people booking a single room). Localization is very good: close to tram, about 1 km west from Old Jerusalem and about...More
I am a 30 year old first time solo hostel stayer due to a combination of cash limitations and first solo travel nerves! I also wanted to stay somewhere simple because I expected to only be in my room to sleep in Jerusalem as there...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
Things to do
US$22 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This hostel has the full range of demographics. Yes there are the young students wet behind the ears. There were also couples and singles in their 40s and beyond. While at the Tel Aviv hostel waiting for the shuttle to... More
This hostel has the full range of demographics. Yes there are the young students wet behind the ears. There were also couples and singles in their 40s and beyond. While at the Tel Aviv hostel waiting for the shuttle to Jerusalem I saw a lady who was appeared to be in her 70s. No matter what your age, you are welcome here and will be comfortable!
Staying in the old city is great if you are solely interested in the religious sites. The old city is very quiet in the evening and most restaurants and bars are active in the new city center, which is right where Abraham... More
Staying in the old city is great if you are solely interested in the religious sites. The old city is very quiet in the evening and most restaurants and bars are active in the new city center, which is right where Abraham Hostel Jerusalem is located.
From Abraham to the old city you can either walk 15-20 minutes or take the tram for 2 stations.
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