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Although it takes a little walk from the Jaffa Gate through the Old City's stone passageways, the Lutheran G/H is an oasis in the middle of the bustling suk/market place. With an above-the-street garden patio and a rooftop view in every direction, this place is...More
This hotel is perfectly situated in the old part of Jerusalem. The best part is the lovely outdoor areas, intimate, open, nice garden, places for groups to sit with a great view over central parts of the old city. There is also a roof terrace...More
ACTUALLY...we haven't stayed there. However, I wanted to share a rate that I was quoted in late October, 2016. It was 95 euros/night including breakfast for my wife and me. According to their web site, our February, 2017 stay should be quoted at its lowest...More
We spent six nights at the Lutheran Guesthouse during a very hot week of July. We are nearly 70, but found that it was not overly difficult to tote our luggage through the city, and it was well worth the conveniences of the location. After...More
I stayed here for 6 weeks. It was a delightful stay. Great breakfast. The views from the guest house rooftop is magnificent. It is in easy access to Jaffa Gate or any other site you wishes to visit within the old city. The staff are...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.