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I stayed here last week and loved the hospitality of the staff here. The hotel is located in the Arab Quarter near both Herod's Gate and the Damascus gate. The rooms are clean and quiet and the breakfast and evening meal are more than enough....More
Malaysians are not allowed to travel to Israel, but as the West Bank is considered Palestine, the home authorities look the other way, although it should no way be construed as encouragement. I was so looking forward to this trip as I had wanted to...More
We just returned from a two night stay at the Rivoli. Don't know what people expect for such a reasonable price in a perfect location but it was a great value for us. We paid about $70 for two of us. The room was certainly...More
I headed to Jerusalem for a couple of days for a combination of work and pleasure, was on a budget, and only wanted to be in Arab Jerusalem. This is the area where most of the budget hotels in the city are, yet none really...More
This was a great place to stay. It was on a tight budget, so The building is old, the rooms etc, the location is in the Arabic side of Jerusalem.
However, the staff were excellent, personally committed to making sure you enjoy your stay with...More
US$73 - US$132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Isabelle H | Reviewed this property |
There are electrical sockets in the room. I stayed in a 3 bedded room and mine was under the side table (so might take a little of your Sherlock skills but you'll get it!) my chums was next to the coffee table). Don't forget... More
There are electrical sockets in the room. I stayed in a 3 bedded room and mine was under the side table (so might take a little of your Sherlock skills but you'll get it!) my chums was next to the coffee table). Don't forget your adaptors.
As for the wifi. It is present and it is free (well, included in your room rate would be more accurate I guess). There are two portals within the hotels and so your device will straddle between the two, dependant on where you are. It's good enough to go on Facebook, send messages/emails but you wouldn't be able to stream a film sort of thing. I made Internet voice calls but I didn't attempt a video call. Connection was alright on audiocall.