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I was my self a hostel manager, and I must say that the management at Citadel Hostel is first rate. Polite, professional, prepared, absolutely helpful. Clean and quiet room, they have a fully equipped kitchen and a fully worth rooftop. Definitely, a place to go...More
Beautiful old building, well cared for. Sweet atmosphere. Many chores done by volunteers. Kitchen available. Best roof in the world. Run by Christian Arabs. Great location. I keep going back there whenever in the city because I love it here.
This was definitely a cheap option but I wish I had a paid a little more and stayed elsewhere. We stayed in a room on the first floor. Soo much noise we didn't get sleep any of the days. Since it's a 2000 yr old...More
I spent three nights on the roof in May. The view was incredible, and the staff was very helpful in arranging transportation. Additionally, towels are available for free. My only real complaint is the lack of cleanliness. The sheets available to guests staying on the...More
This is the strangest hostel I’ve ever stayed in.
We booked private, shared bathroom, rooms for 2 families. The rooms in this hostel are oddly scattered throughout a labyrinth of corridors and stairwells.
Further to the strange layout, people pay sleep on the floor in...More
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I stayed in one of the double private rooms... the one on first floor in the back. The room wasn't too much bigger than the bed, but had a dresser and room to store our packs as well. One window that opens and also let's in... More
I stayed in one of the double private rooms... the one on first floor in the back. The room wasn't too much bigger than the bed, but had a dresser and room to store our packs as well. One window that opens and also let's in a good ammount of light. The bathroom was right outside the room though, not inside. The room door locked, so we didn't have a problem leaving our things in there - though the only expensive things I brought with me were my computer and camera, and the camera came with me literally everywhere.
Side note... it's a no-brainer for most travelers in hostels, but don't leave your passport anywhere, even locked up. I had a specific pair of travel pants with a front zipper pocket and an rfid travel pouch that I kept my credit card and passport in, along with extra cash. Then kept other cash in a seperate place... pickpockets are rampant throughout David Street (the main market) and Jaffa Gate!