Hashimi Hotel & Hostel
AddressSouk Khan el Zeit no 73 Old City JerusalemSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
The newly renovated HaShimi Hotel stands monumentally in the heart of the Old City. We have double, family & dormitory rooms, all with private bathrooms.
The building itself is over 400 years old! But you wouldn't know it once you're inside. The very modern and artistic interior features marble floors, stairs and railings. The entire color scheme is beautifully done in white, beige and maroon, with rich gold detailing. to radiate the warmth of Old City Jerusalem luxury.
The perfectionist owners of HaShimi have paid attention to all of the details! The whole accommodation has been newly renovated and improved from top to bottom. We have added an impressive list of features with a desire to make our guest's stay pleasant.
As an honored guest of the HaShimi, you will no doubt enjoy the brand new air- conditioning that makes the 'atmosphere' at HaShimi Hotel the best in the Old City. . HaShimi Hotel offers an in-house laundry service so you won't have to waste time washing your clothes while you are staying here.
Staying at the HaShimi Hotel is a real value and we would be delighted to see you here!
Rules You Can Sleep By!
There are a three understandable rules at the HaShimi Hotel which are imposed by the management to ensure the rest and comfort of all the guests. I admit the rules may discourage a small percent of the worlds population from staying at HaShimi Hotel, but many of us will truly appreciate them. They are:
1. The HaShimi Hotel is totally alcohol free.
2. Smoking is not permitted within the sleeping rooms.
3. Co-habitation by unmarried couples is not allowed. They must have separate rooms. (However, the HaShimi Hotels romantic location and decor make it a very popular Honeymoon Destination.) you can exchange major currencies at the front desk.
please notice that we dont accept payments by credit cards
Services & facilities
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- 24 Hour Reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Luggage Storage
- Airport Transfers
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
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