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A renovated older property in the heart of the old city, near where the different religious quarters all come together. Very quiet. Small balconies (at least on our room). Direct access to the roof walk area, which is quite interesting. Mostly German tourists. Good breakfast....More
We stay at the Lutheran for three nights. The room are really basic, no TV and a flaky wifi , twin bed in the room. Their was a bad sour smell in the room coming from the bathroom which is very small with shower only....More
We spent 6 nights on August 2017. I must say at the very beginning I was not impressed, no TV, room sparely decorated that it rather looked like a nun cell, but when I opened the windows and saw Jerusalem roofs I knew it was...More
[ENGLISH AT BOTTOM] I juni og juli var jeg på en studietur i Israel for å studere religion og kultur. Dette var det første stedet vi besøkte og bodde her i 10 dager, stedet ligger i midten av Jerusalem i det kristne kvarteret. Billig Fallafel...More
We stayed at the Lutheran Guest House over a couple weeks so had a good understanding of good and bad.
The most difficult of our stay was the smelly linen. It constantly smelled of sweat, even after linen changes. Either they were washing their own...More
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We were part of a tour group in Nov. 2016, so we were fortunate to have the luggage transported to the lobby of the Guest House on a cart. We were then responsible to get them to our rooms. There is an elevator in the... More
We were part of a tour group in Nov. 2016, so we were fortunate to have the luggage transported to the lobby of the Guest House on a cart. We were then responsible to get them to our rooms. There is an elevator in the building, but still some steps to maneuver, so there are some challenges.