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The worst experience I ever had! Extremely DIRTY place! Everything was dirty, floor, walls, sheets, mattress, lobby - everything. We insisted on changing the sheets, but the mattress and pillows were so stinky that we couldn't sleep.. I strongly recommend AVOIDING this place. Yes, the...More
very dirty , small room , smell terrible , better dont stay here . i booked triple room with double bed and single bed for me and my friend , hope have big room , but when i come they let me with dorm room...More
The hotel has a great location and amazing view but all the rest is terrible. There were wet and smelly urine stains on the mattress. When we complained they said it’s a cat’s urine and didn’t even change the mattress. Bedsheets were not clean and...More
I chose The New (New????) Petra Hostel because it is right in the Jaffa Gate in the oldest Jerusalem City....so yes GREAT LOCATION but terrible experience, I Booked 3 months earlier and payed about $60 a night for what I expected should have been a...More
Wow. The Petra hostel. Jerusalem's oldest hotel and one of the few in the old town. Nestled in a souk near the Jaffa Gate, you reach the hostel up a steep flight of stairs. In the 'lobby' is a booth in which a guy was...More
US$38 - US$78 (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.