The price is $195 per night from Jul 7 to Jul 8$195
Jul 7 - Jul 8
4.1/5 Very Good! (288 reviews)
"The architecture in beautiful. The breakfasts were amazing and were on a huge buffet. All personnel were friendly and helpful. The bed was comfortable. The room was very clean. What I didn't like: : hauling suitcases up the front stairs. Apparently there is an elevator in back but we didn't know ..."
The price is $90 per night from Jul 17 to Jul 18$90
Jul 17 - Jul 18
4/5 Very Good! (982 reviews)
"This hotel was a dream - the location was perfect to walk to old city, the bus stations, the market area. The staff was amazing and so approachable. The breakfast buffet had everything imaginable it was more like a brunch - hummus, scrambled eggs, yogurt, peaches, watermelon. Mushrooms, eggplant, ..."
The price is $204 per night from Aug 1 to Aug 2$204
Aug 1 - Aug 2
4.2/5 Excellent! (154 reviews)
"Staff was great. Rooms were so nice, very clean, came with a nice bottle of wine and some sweets as well as waters and more. Would definitely recommend to friends and family and stay again in the future!"
The price is $472 per night from Aug 1 to Aug 2$472
Aug 1 - Aug 2
4.6/5 Exceptional! (193 reviews)
Extremely Pleasant Stay, Very Hospitable.
"It was extremely pleasant and enjoying hospitality, wonderful welcoming at the reception particularly whereby you can sit down and you are offered a beverage and a choice of sweets. Had been attended by very professional and welcoming. Karawi, who showed me to the room and the facilities was excellent. ..."
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Church of the Holy Sepulchre is located in a historic area of Jerusalem known for its major shopping area. If you're looking for a convenient place to stay, check out the 489 hotels and other accommodations you'll find within a mile.
YMCA Three Arches Hotel, located just 13 minutes' walk from Church of the Holy Sepulchre, is a 3.5-star hotel offering contactless check-out, hand sanitizer for guests, and social distancing measures. For a luxury stay, consider King David Jerusalem, a 5-star hotel that also provides enhanced cleaning and is just a short 13-minute walk away. For more choices, browse all properties close to Church of the Holy Sepulchre with enhanced sanitizing measures.
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Israel Museum, Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem, and Bible Lands Museum feature a variety of fascinating exhibits to see while you're in town. Jaffa Gate, Western Wall, and Dome of the Rock are some of the local landmarks to explore. You can check out the local talent at Sultan's Pool, Hutzot Hayotzer, and Jerusalem Theater.
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"This is our hotel in Jerusalem. We have stayed here before and again had an excellent stay."
"This hotel was a dream - the location was perfect to walk to old city, the bus stations, the market area. The staff was amazing and so approachable. The breakfast buffet had everything imaginable it was more like a brunch - hummus, scrambled eggs, yogurt, peaches, watermelon. Mushrooms, eggplant, boiled eggs, olives. Tomato, cucumbers, arugala, deli meat, cheese, pastries, cake, pita bread, and more. Every thing was immaculate. Im so glad we stayed there"
A verified traveler stayed at National Hotel Jerusalem
"Everything here is fantastic. This is the second time I've stayed here and will go back. The people are all amazing. The rooms are clean, not large, but enough to sleep in.
The bathroom was clean, shower was nice.
It is in a perfect location. We walked to the Western Wall. And the First Train Station is about a 10 minute walk. It's a fun place for dinner.
Unfortunately the restaurant at the hotel no longer has a full menu, just quiche and desserts. . It was an excellent restaurant five years ago when I was there last. The bar has a large selection of wines and beer.
As a guest you can go to the top of the tower anytime (24/7) which is one of highest places in Jersualem, The view of the city is beautiful from all four sides.
Parking is free.
What's not to like about this place??? Niothing in my opinion."
A verified traveler stayed at YMCA Three Arches Hotel
"We were on the 6th floor with a gorgeous view of the Old City of Jerusalem. Very safe - we were close to a number of museums and embassies so it is a very safe area of Jerusalem and very convenient to the Old City. The hotel is recently renovated and caters their food to kosher visitors so all guests can eat without worry. It was also just delicious! The service was superb. Stay here for service like the Ritz and prices that you can afford. The room was small but beautifully appointed with all the treats including bottled water, a box of chocolates, and a bag of dried fruits and nuts. There is a fridge and Nespresso machine. Also a safe! A jewel of a room. If you can afford the larger rooms (there is one that is a bit larger), do it. Air conditioning was very good. We especially loved the manager - Arik! He made us feel welcome and taken care of. "
"The architecture in beautiful. The breakfasts were amazing and were on a huge buffet. All personnel were friendly and helpful. The bed was comfortable. The room was very clean.
What I didn't like: : hauling suitcases up the front stairs. Apparently there is an elevator in back but we didn't know about it."