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Hotel Noel Jerusalem
4.2/58 Reviews

Hotel Noel Jerusalem

Jerusalem|0.15km from Biratenu - Jerusalem Beer Center
First of all, this is not actually a hotel. It is a group of several rooms on the second floor of an old building. There is no lobby, no restaurant, and only a receptionist who can only be reached during business hours. Based on location and the photos on their website, I booked a 4 night stay with my family. The first night we were there, no one could sleep. There is a nightclub directly across the street from the hotel, with POUNDING music until the early hours of the morning. You have no idea how loud it was-- the entire hotel room was shaking. Our second night there, between 2:00 am and 5:30 am there were ear-piercingly loud sirens going off throughout the night. Again, no one could sleep. I called and texted the front desk, but no one answered. I actually got dressed and walked down to the street to investigate, and it turned out to be a malfunctioning police siren in the street below. Not the hotel's fault, but still-- no ability to sleep. In the morning, I talked to the guy working the front desk, and he very kindly gave us two different upgraded rooms. This, unfortunately did not help because one of the ”upgraded” rooms he gave us was again facing the all night disco. On our third night there, the disco was blasting all through the night. It was so loud that my wife actually recorded the volume to show the person working at the front desk the next morning. My wife and daughter-- the ones staying in the room facing the night club-- did not sleep at all that night. The following morning, my daughter was too sick from lack of sleep to come with us for the day's activities. We played the audio of the blasting nightclub noise to the woman at the front desk, and she seemed genuinely surprised, and assured us that she would speak to her manager. The management texted me later that day and told me to keep in mind that their website describes the hotel as being located in a ”busy and bustling area,” with ”restaurants, bars, cafes and clubs.” But this is not actually true. The front page of their website says that ”Hotel Noel is providing a quiet stylish escape...” Yes, the rooms are stylish, but they are definitely not quiet. If actually being able to sleep in your hotel room is important to you, I would strongly recommend avoiding this place.

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Cinema Hostel Jerusalem
4.1/555 Reviews
I really enjoyed my stay at the Cinema Hostel. i think it has been one of my fave hostels to stay at. I had a private room. I think mine (room 12) was one of the more spacious ones as i had a sneaky look at the one next to me and mine seemed a little bit bigger with a better layout. However the room isn’t big to begin with but it is a hostel and does the job. Bed was comfortable. Shower pressure was good but the shower itself is also small. However the best part of this place is the vibe. The staff and volunteers are fantastic. They make an effort to get to know you and are very friendly and helpful. The common area is set up well and allows for easy interaction with other guests. Made friends with a lovely English couple and we ended up traveling to Masada together! Breakfast is good. Eggs, breads, some salads, cereals etc. The added bonus of being able to make your own pancakes was great! It’s in a good location. Not far from a mini mart and food options. About a 15 min walk from Jaffa Gate and the Old City. I would def recommend this place. Just make sure you do the online check in if you are arriving after 11pm otherwise i heard that they don’t let you in! Thanks to Tivet (hope i got your name right!) and Ali for their lovely chats and help. Cheers!
21st Floor Hotel
4.3/579 Reviews
There are three restaurants to choose from for breakfast. Basically, they are within five minutes of walking. The hotel is on the 21st floor of the top floor. It requires a password to enter the elevator. Parking for 75 shekels can only be accessed once a day. The living room is very comfortable.
City Center Jerusalem
4/556 Reviews
The facade is small and the traffic is very convenient. There is a light rail station nearby, and there is a delicious shop for Arabic snacks. Just a few steps away, there is a small elevator in the lively Ben Yefa Avenue Hotel. The room is small and clean. The kitchen has a refrigerator, a microwave, a kettle, and some dishes, knives and forks. Luggage storage is very convenient, the front desk staff are very kind
Jeru Caps Hotel
4.1/524 Reviews
Near Jerusalem City, 20min walk from the old town. In the women's room, I found that there was little room between the capsules, difficulty to pass through the corridor when someone looks in his business. 2 showers and 2 functional toilets for at least 40 capsules(I didn't count). Otherwise well-sonic capsule and clean hotel. I recommend
Arthur Hotel - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
4.6/577 Reviews
This time I came to Israel the most satisfied is this hotel, very retro and boutique, in the pedestrian street, the night is very lively, there is everything to eat and club. It is a 1.5 km walk from attractions such as the Wailing Wall of the Ancient City. The hotel has its own underground parking lot, free parking, navigation can choose harmonic hotel. Room facilities are new, with capsule coffee maker, bathtub, dedicated ironing room, and happy hour.
Hotel Noel Jerusalem
4.2/58 Reviews
First of all, this is not actually a hotel. It is a group of several rooms on the second floor of an old building. There is no lobby, no restaurant, and only a receptionist who can only be reached during business hours. Based on location and the photos on their website, I booked a 4 night stay with my family. The first night we were there, no one could sleep. There is a nightclub directly across the street from the hotel, with POUNDING music until the early hours of the morning. You have no idea how loud it was-- the entire hotel room was shaking. Our second night there, between 2:00 am and 5:30 am there were ear-piercingly loud sirens going off throughout the night. Again, no one could sleep. I called and texted the front desk, but no one answered. I actually got dressed and walked down to the street to investigate, and it turned out to be a malfunctioning police siren in the street below. Not the hotel's fault, but still-- no ability to sleep. In the morning, I talked to the guy working the front desk, and he very kindly gave us two different upgraded rooms. This, unfortunately did not help because one of the ”upgraded” rooms he gave us was again facing the all night disco. On our third night there, the disco was blasting all through the night. It was so loud that my wife actually recorded the volume to show the person working at the front desk the next morning. My wife and daughter-- the ones staying in the room facing the night club-- did not sleep at all that night. The following morning, my daughter was too sick from lack of sleep to come with us for the day's activities. We played the audio of the blasting nightclub noise to the woman at the front desk, and she seemed genuinely surprised, and assured us that she would speak to her manager. The management texted me later that day and told me to keep in mind that their website describes the hotel as being located in a ”busy and bustling area,” with ”restaurants, bars, cafes and clubs.” But this is not actually true. The front page of their website says that ”Hotel Noel is providing a quiet stylish escape...” Yes, the rooms are stylish, but they are definitely not quiet. If actually being able to sleep in your hotel room is important to you, I would strongly recommend avoiding this place.

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  • Which hotels near Biratenu - Jerusalem Beer Center are popular with budget travellers?

    Whether you're travelling for business or going on a holiday, Jerusalem Hostel and Capsule & Dormitory Space-X are popular hotels at great price points.

  • What's the average price of hotels near Biratenu - Jerusalem Beer Center this weekend?

    According to Trip.com, the average weekend price for 1 night at a hotel in Biratenu - Jerusalem Beer Center in Jerusalem is £142. Due to frequent price changes, the above prices are for reference only.

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    According to Trip.com, the average weekend price for 1 night at a hotel in Biratenu - Jerusalem Beer Center in Jerusalem is £84. Due to frequent price changes, the above prices are for reference only.

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    Whether you're travelling for business or leisure, Wi-Fi is an essential. Olive Tree Hotel, Cinema Hostel Jerusalem and Eldan Hotel are all popular hotels that have free Wi-Fi.

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    If you like the idea of sampling local flavours while travelling, consider staying at Olive Tree Hotel, Eldan Hotel and Lady Stern Jerusalem Hotel . There are plenty of restaurants that serve local dishes near these hotels.