The Jerusalem Little Hotel31.7817977950158, 35.2202475070953
ex. jerusalem guest house
A few minutes' walk from Western Wall, The Jerusalem Little Hotel offers 24 en-suite rooms. This accommodation is also 15 minutes’ walk from Museum of Psalms.
Notable for its location in West Jerusalem district of Jerusalem, the hotel provides access to Church of All Nations within 20 minutes' walk. The property boasts location within 2 km from Jerusalem city center.
The neighbourhood has a church, a museum and a tower.
Ben Gurion Intl airport is located 50 minutes' drive away from The Jerusalem Little Hotel.
Select units boast a cable TV with on-demand movies, a storage and a safe alongside with the city views. The rooms features private bathrooms fitted with a shower, a hairdryer and bath sheets.
Eat & Drink
A continental breakfast is served daily. Putin Pub and Darna Moroccan Restaurant are 5 minutes' walking distance from The Jerusalem Little Hotel.
The hotel offers a storage room, a designated place for smoking and a safe deposit box.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 24.
Outdoor dining area
Leisure/ TV room
- Outdoor dining area
- Board games
Spa & Leisure
- Sun terrace
- Leisure/ TV room
- City view
- Air conditioning
- Shared kitchen
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
Sleeping arrangements for 4 persons
In the Room
- City landmarks
I and part of my family have visited many times the Hostel, in Hotel was now my first time. I and my daughter were very satisfied to everything! The price and location are so excellent that I couldn`t hope more! The stuff has been almost every time friendly - specially at reception! My place in Jerusalem is the Jerusalem Hostel or the Little Hotel!
The only minus was one cleaner in Hostel. I was not sure if the breakfast is maybe in dining room or in kitchen. So I asked her. The answer was short: "it`s there". I saw her in a minute and then she was very unfriendly. She was yelling that "don´t you understand it`s in kitchen!" It was totally unnecessary way to answer! Still I´m planning to come with a small group next time already in June. And my choice will be the Little Hotel.
Location. Location. Location. Perfectly situated near old city and mehuda market. Near tons of cafes and restaurants. Lovely old charm to the room and our balcony overlooked some cafes which was great for people watching. Very basic amenities, but if you don't plan to spend a lot of time at the hotel, it is really great.
There was no blanket provided, only sheets. The bathroom was very basic with no free shampoos. The breakfast was really skimpy.
The location is the only thing worth mentioning, since the rest of the hotel was a nightmare.
* It's not a hotel, it's a "luxury hostel". Here are some of the things I experienced: 1.- No room cleaning during my five-day stay. Apparently you have to book for seven nights to have it cleaned (?). Have to find a hotel staff to have your towels changed. 2.- The room did not have a cupboard. All clothe had to be put on the bed. 3.- No television (I survived, though). 4.- Tiny bathroom. Shower next to the toilet. No shower curtain so when you shower the toilet and the bathroom gets flooded. 5.- Do-it-youself-breakfast. You have to go to the top floor where you find butter, jam, coffee and milk, prepare breakfast yourself and clean the dishes (???). Fridge stunk! 6.- Some of the staff are quite arrogant (not all of them).
The Friendly staff, a perfect location and good facilities!
very kind staff, excellent location in the liveliest area of the city. If one doesnt mind noise of nightlife (at least on saturday night) its really great place. The roof top terrace is very sweet bonus.
Great location in the center of Jerusalem, minutes by walk to Jaffa Gates of the Old city. Day-opened rooftop kitchen with free bread, butter, jams and spreads is nice to have early breakfast on the open air.
Damned noisy scenery: the facade looks straight to the very busy Jaffa street with its rapid transit and crowds of locals and tourists (especially, in the night). Moreover, there is a construction site behind the next-door building with all respective buzz in daytime. Rooms are mysteriously free of cupboards (at least we have checked three rooms on the 2nd floor) and travellers have to spread their dress and belongings either on suitcases or right on the floor. Bathroom has a size of a built-in closet: use of ashower ends up with flood as it has no protection (glass or curtain). It is motherly equipped with a long- arm squeegee: once you finish your lavation you are free to pull water away. No ac, only fan. WiFi is quite poor. Hotel is located in the old building: absense of elevator and steep staircase could make delivery of suitcases to upper floors painful for old people.
Good location, clean room
I specially wanted to have a room from back of the building (Im very sensitive about noise) and I emailed the hotel several times if its possible. I confirmed it will not be on the busy street, front side of the hotel. So i kept the reservation, I did not cancel it. But they gave me the room on the front side still and there was also a construction just on accross building (its like a joke they still gave us that side eventhough we informed them). They would able to tell me its not possible by email and i just would change my reservation. I couldnt sleep much, it was very difficult trip for me
The lady at the reception was very kind and willing to help. The location is really good, in the main street.
I made a reservation for Jerusalem Little Hotel, but when I arrived there I figure out that it was changed for a dorm reservation in Jerusalem Hostel (which I think is the same building). The hostel is, by far, one of the worst I have ever been. Rooms are dirty and really old. Some bathrooms are out of order, and the ones that work are inside other bedrooms, so if for instance you want to take a shower in the morning you must go to someones else's room to take it. Not only that, bathrooms are very dirty and disgusting. I felt like being in a hostel from 2000 year ago.
Noisy,noisy in the surrounding building-activities
1.This is not 2 starts Hotel - this is HOSTEL 2. No reception in the Hostel , you should go to another hostel for getting keys 3. Our room was dirty with broken down toilet. 4.Was impossible to close door from restroom 5. When we asked to change the room , we received answer that is impossible. 6. The staff are rude and not courteous. Hostel owner does not want to talk to disgruntled visitors Strongly not recommended!
Our room was off the street (Jaffa) so it was nice and quite and private.
The lack of lifts could be a problem for some guests.
The location and friendly staff!!
It's a bit noisy (in the streets outside the hotel) but the excellent location of the hotel made up for this!
I, Anna and my daughter Nicole Wasserman have been very happy to stay at the hotel, I thought it was just great to be in the heart of the city the room was good and the personnel was very kind and helpful, thank you for everything and I will be back with my daughter next year for the Hagim, Rosh Hashana and so forth. Thank you for everything, Anna and Nicole Wasserman (Room 30)
Friendly staff in a hotel located very near old city, sourounded by coffee shops bars and restaurants. Ideal location to explore Jerusalem Old and new city, and plenty of places to eat, drink or party nearby for any kind of bayet.
The staff was helpful, they gave us another room, when we asked.
I was not satiafied with this hotel at all. The so called breakfast is a dry piece of sponge bread and a sticky jar of jam. I would hardly call that breakfast. The kitchen was filthy, everything was dirty and the fridge was stuffed with dated food, left behind by other visitors. It smelled terrible. We were disappointed. We had quite high hopes, judging from the website.