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We had a very nice stay for a full week at the Little House in Rechavia. The location is great, neighborhood is nice, and you can easily walk almost everywhere in Jerusalem. Taxis are easy to access also. The desk staff is very nice and...More
A great find for the traveler looking for a convenient location to old city, Ben Yehuda St. Synagogues, etc. Small hotel with charm, free wifi, clean, friendly staff, nice breakfast buffet. Great value in pricey Jerusalem.
Last year my step-mother locked me, my father and herself out of our rental apartment. We had no place to go and no way of contacting anybody for help. We wandered around and found this lovely little hotel. The woman at the front desk listened...More
Good location on pleasant street near great synagogue and the old city as well as Ben yehuda street.all are within walking distance. Up the street are pleasant cafes and services I.e. laundry, post office, etc.
Friendly staff and adequate breakfast.
This hotel is a small, warm hotel which is perfect for travelers who wish to see jerusalem
=> The hotel located 5 mintes walking from the middle of jerusalem
=> nice well maintained rooms
=> free wifi
=> free coffee/tee all day long
4 Thank series_alcoholic
Response from OdedNiv, Owner at Little House In RechaviaResponded 2 October 2014
Thank you for nice review,
We are small hotel as graded by the Israel tourist authorities.
Response from jerseystar | Reviewed this property |
Breakfast is Kosher under strict Rabbinical supervision. We purchased Kosher yogurts at a nearby food store which we didn't eat and wanted to give to the breakfast buffet. They had to first have their Rabbi okay them.
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