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Lively Abraham Hostel has earned its popularity. Its friendly crew easily covers traveller essentials – 24-hour reception, laundry (12NIS), shared kitchen – and ups the ante with a sweet bar and lounge, nightly events and cultural tours. Choose from men's, women's or mixed dorms, or basic but clean en-suite rooms. Mingle with the international crowd and sigh at the rooftop views: you've arrived.
If you're here on Shabbat, the hostel holds a dinner for up to 40 people (50NIS). You should also take advantage of the language exchange (Monday), enjoy happy hour (6pm to 8pm) at the bar, and sign up for an event or tour at the a travel desk in the lobby. These include Masada and Ein Gedi (280NIS to 316NIS), Hebron (290NIS), Nablus and Jenin (360NIS), and Ramallah, Bethlehem and Jericho (375NIS). Also, a Thursday afternoon tour of ultra-Orthodox neighbourhoods, 6pm yoga Monday to Wednesday and a hummus-making workshop at 7.30pm Sunday and Thursday.
Shared bathrooms have 24-hour hot water, but in private rooms there's a timer that takes 20 minutes to heat up.
The entrance is on HaNevi’im St near the bus stop.
The Abraham Hostel Jerusalem is located in Davidka Square, 350 metres from Mahne Yehuda Market. It offers rooms and dormitories with free WiFi and air conditioning. Rooms at the Abraham Hostel have a private bathroom. Dormitories include private lockers, and further storage space is provided in the lounge. The Abraham Hostel Jerusalem is right in front of a tram and bus stop providing connections to the city's most important landmarks. The Old City is a 20-minute walk away. A continental breakfast is provided at the Abraham, and a communal kitchen is available for guests' use. The hostel features an evening bar with a selection of Israeli beers and nightly entertainment. The tour desk can organise excursions in Jerusalem and to different destinations in Israel.
Based on local tax laws, Israeli citizens must pay VAT. This tax is not automatically calculated in the total cost of the reservation, and must be paid at the hotel. Please note that Abraham Hostel Jerusalem is not Kosher. Please note that guests of less than 18 years of age must be accompanied by their parents and cannot access dormitories.