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Biazi Hotel

Rehov Kfar Bar'am 26, Jerusalem 9455230 Israel
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#69 of 111 hotels in Jerusalem
A house, which is also a pampering hotel with a historical story, in the heart of Jerusalem with beutiful hotel rooms, big and comfortable. The best location of the city. Very short walk to all great places - the city market 'Mahane Yehuda', The Knesset, Sacher Park, Monastery of the Cross, Jerusalem Bird Observatory, Wohl Rose Garden, Supreme Court of Israel. 3-10minutes drive to Bible Lands Mus
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Joly78000 wrote a review Jan 2020
290 contributions21 helpful votes
We did appreciate the easy check in process despite our arrival during the night. The couple who manages the hotel is nice, and willing to improve their hotel standards. + Large room, divided in 2 parts, with 2 TV sets. Very convenient for family. + Good location, close to cafés, restaurants, bus stops. Quiet surroundings, mostly houses and small traditional buildings. + Easy access to old city of Jerusalem (walk + tram) or bus : few stations only. + Family atmosphere feeling : large reception area like a living/dining room + Small hotel (only 6 rooms if I understood properly), discreet service. + Complimentary home made cakes and pastries provided to our rooms or directly to us, by the managers. + No staff on duty in the evening, but the manager went back in the evening to make sure our issues with the hair dryer and TV set were solved. We did appreciate it. + Fully equipped dining area : mini-fridge, microwave, plates, cutlery, glasses, Nespresso coffee machine, coffee pods, 2 types of tea. 2 chairs and a table convenient for breakfast and simple meal. + Complimentary fresh coffee 24/7 at the reception. - Lack of information about hotel situation, prior to arrival. A Simple map should have been sent via email, as the hotel is located in residential area not easy to access by car / taxi. We got lucky our taxi driver helped us to find the hotel. - Limited information about the hotel (no "room directory" or even basic information about hotel facilities), we learned, after we left Jerusalem that there was a free access terrace / rooftop. - At the reception, fresh milk often runs out of stock in the morning. - Bathroom size (only one sink, only 1 small shelf) - Cleaning to be improved, especially in bathroom (toilets) - Coffee pods in the bedroom not refilled daily = City and Inter-city Public transportation detailed information in English are needed to non-Israeli guests.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Room Tip: High floors
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Gur B wrote a review Dec 2019
Israel8 contributions4 helpful votes
A great little hotel in the charming Nachlaot neighborhood. Very clean and spacious rooms, a lovely lounge and a short walking distance for the city center and Machne Yehuda market. But what really makes this place special are the owners Mimi & Yoel that will make you feel right at home. Their history is the history of the neighborhood, of Jerusalem, and of Israel and it is woven into the hotel's design. The stories that Mimi willingly shares are as interesting and educating as any museum. We loved it!
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Response from Biazi, Owner at Biazi Hotel
Responded 29 Dec 2019
Thank you very much for your review. We glad you enjoyed your stay in Biazi and appreciate our efforts to make our hotel unique with legacy.
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CowtownPotter wrote a review Oct 2019
Fort Worth, Texas45 contributions28 helpful votes
We spent one night here - and it far exceeded our expectations!!! Very spacious and comfortable with separate sitting room with table and 4 chairs for eating. All dishes, place mats, flatware, cups, glasses, & wine glasses. Refrigerator, microwave, kettle, & Nespresso- type coffee machine. Conveniently they provide a small carton of milk in fridge for your morning coffee. A small market is 1.5 blocks away. We ate a delicious dinner at Foccacia Bar just a 15 minute walk away. We used our Uber app to call a taxi to get home after dark. Located In a safe area and a Quiet neighborhood. We would definitely stay here again
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Simone Labe wrote a review Jul 2019
2 contributions
What a most unexpected and delightful treat our stay at the Biazi was. Right in the middle of an old Jerusalem neighborhood, you immediately feel the special vibe of the area, and on entering the Biazi Hotel a million more surprises await. The hotel, is a converted home, run by the family, with incredible history and stories. Close attention has been paid to every single detail in this newly refurbished home/hotel and close thought given to making one's stay comfortable and in great style. From the tasteful decor and room fittings, to the huge rooftop terrace, to the most hospitable and friendly hosts, this is a most remarkable way to stay whilst exploring the city. A really really special place to stay.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
broheem2020 wrote a review May 2019
Broome, Australia7 contributions4 helpful votes
Yoel and Mimi the owners are so welcoming and make you feel more at home than in a hotel. The rooms are spacious and provide with good light and basic kitchen facilities. There is good free WiFi. You can go up to the roof and enjoy a nice breakfast or an evening drink to watch the sunset. The hotel is well located near the Ben Yehuda market. Very good to be near bars/restaurants and also the light rail to get you into the old city, although we walked which is an easy 20 minute interesting stroll through the city. Everything is new and well decorated with a nice view of the adjacent park and parliament in the distance. Mimi gave us some amazing apple cake, fruit and baclava as a surprise when we came back from a long day of sight seeing. They were also very accommodating as we left our bags there free of charge while we went on a 3 day tour to Jordan. Best hotel we have stayed at in a long time and can’t recommend highly enough.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
2 Helpful votes
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Frequently Asked Questions about Biazi Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Biazi Hotel?
Nearby attractions include The Second Temple Jerusalem Model (0.3 km), Mahane Yehuda Market (0.5 km), and Golden Menorah (0.4 km).
Which room amenities are available at Biazi Hotel?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and air conditioning.
What are some restaurants close to Biazi Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Yudale, Nocturno Cafe, and Hachapuria.
Is Biazi Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Jerusalem.
Are there any historical sites close to Biazi Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old City of Jerusalem (2.2 km), Western Wall (2.4 km), and Hezekiah's Tunnel - Siloam Tunnel (2.7 km).