This was my third time staying in Little House and it has everything we need — clean rooms, good security, and the BEST location. There are no frills here, and it is by no means fancy. But, for the price and location, it is perfect for a low maintenance family.
I would call this place a Hotel its more like a very expensive guest house (130$) per night without breakfast, the rooms are small, the bathroom needs to be refurbished, no heater in the bath altought the freezing Jerusalem nights, the A/C did not warm up the room, outside windows need to be heavily clean. You definitely can find a better overprized pleace to stay in Jerusalem
stayed here for a couple of nights with my wife just before all the mess with the corona virus started. lovely small hotel, great staff who really came through and helped us with arranging all our changes in order to return home due to the situation. They even gave us our money back for the nights we did not stay there because of the virus even though our booking was non refundable. Very good location close to most attractions but in a very quite and beautiful neighborhood away from the noisy center. good breakfast simple but plentiful, too bad we had to cut our trip short...
The staff at the front desk are very helpful. In particular, Jamal was professional, helpful, friendly and went out of his way to get us settled in with great recommendations for dinner. We had a room on the first floor, which I would not do again. It was very noisy. You could hear all the conversations of other guests in the reception area through the closed door. There was a gap under the door of about 1 inch, which allowed both noise and light from the hallway into the room all night long. The other problem was the bathroom. The light switch is on the outside of the bathroom (very common in Israel), meaning that you turn the light on, open the door, and then enter. This means that everyone else in the room is awakened with the light. The Israeli breakfast was good...not the best, but not the worst that I have ever had. The internet was fine. Since this is a kosher place, there is no elevator on Shabbat, and only instant coffee (not brewed), tea and powdered chocolate drink on Shabbat. The bathroom was not completely clean. There was stuff on the floor behind the toilet from the previous occupants. When we checked in to the room, there were bath towels, but no hand towels. We did get hand towels once we asked for them. The best thing was that the hotel is located about a 25 min walk from the Mamilla shopping area and therefore very close to Jaffa gate into the old city. I would probably not stay here again.…
This is our second stay in this little hotel. One of the best parts is the staff. They are caring and accommodating. The location is convenient for walking to the city center, many nearby restaurants, Mamilla mall and the Kotel. The breakfast is fine and variety is ok. Nice large bathroom with heater lamp and amenities. Room is on the small side. The mattresses should probably be replaced.
Hotel is a bit on older side but is well maintained. Fully kosher. Rechavia is a 15 minute walk to old city, machane Yehuda, or Israel Museum. Breakfast is good (not over the top). Rooms are clean and take regular key. Housekeeping is excellent. Parking on street is easy if you have Cellopark.
I found this hotel to be extremely disappointing as the staff did not communicate about local holidays / events that affected guests. Not thoughtful at all. Would not hurt to publish list of upcoming holidays/demonstrations/parades etc to be aware of. Would not stay here again.
Terrific location and a bonus is that it is right next door to synagogue which was very convenient for me. Quiet. Nice not to stay in the large American style hotels. Many of the guests were from Europe and Israel which added a nice local touch. Small enough that you can get to know other guests if you so choose.
Small hotel in a very charming area of the city. Front office staff, support staff and hotel manager all friendly and went out of their way to be helpful. Rooms are small, which is to be expected in a Bed and Breakfast in Jerusalem, very clean and pleasant, with small refrigerators. Enclosed patio and very pretty garden area are perfect spots for breakfast and relaxing. I really enjoyed my stay there.
location is good, could use a renovation. front desk was very helpful and friendly. brekfast was ok. overall cleaniless was just okay. the dining room was available to guests that wish to bring in their food from the outside. breakfast and tea was available 24 hours. really nice touch
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