Pros: close to Museum of Israel and Mahane Yehuda Market, large swimming pool. That’s where the good part ends.
The best words to describe the hotel are worn out, tired, overcrowded and underserviced. It badly needs renovation. Strong winds on the upper floors beat in dust through the balcony door, the room is always dusty. Breakfasts and dinners are unremarkable at their best and worse.
Stray cat in the swimming poolWindy side of the hotel
Dust is everywhere in the room, one can write on he table…