If you're looking for budget hotels in Jerusalem, you have 25 options to choose from, such as Rob'S Place and Rich'S Place In The City Center Hostel. If you're looking for an accommodation in Jerusalem near major attractions, then Segal In Jerusalem Apartments is a good low-cost apartment near a church, a museum and a tower as well as al-Aqsa Mosque. If you consider staying in East Jerusalem district, opt for a budget-friendly Chain Gate Hostel.
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Where to stay in Jerusalem?
Best cheap hotels in Jerusalem
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
To be based in the city center, look for accommodation in East Jerusalem district, such as Lady Stern Jerusalem Hotel which is close to Cinema City. Another centrally-located option is Royal Jerusalem, which features an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. For a hotel in the iconic West Jerusalem district, choose Dan Panorama Jerusalem that comes with free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a seasonal outdoor pool.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Jerusalem
Prima Royale is stylish accommodation that is a 20-minute walk from The Way of the Cross and is equipped with a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a patio. City Center Jerusalem is an elegant choice of a boutique hotel with the sea views and a Jacuzzi, a patio and a solarium. The 4-star Prima Kings is an option for those who prefer reliable service.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
German Colony Garden is a cozy apartment only 10 minutes' walk from Hansen House. B&Bs in Jerusalem include St. Georges Cathedral Pilgrim Guesthouse and Windows Of Jerusalem Vacation Apartments By Exp. Such family hotels near Yad Vashem as Jerusalem Hotel and Alcazar are good options if you travel with your kids and want to stay close to the attraction. Eldan Hotel is a popular resort to stay in Jerusalem, it comes with free self-parking and a sun deck as well as views of the sea.
City Guide: Discover the best of Jerusalem
Fought-over, revered and ancient, to visit Jerusalem is to see the greatest of holy sights.
While it has served as the unofficial capital of Israel since 1950, this is not internationally recognised because Jerusalem's religious significance means others passionately stake their claim on it.
Three major religions, Christianity, Judaism and Islam, converge and clash within the city of Jerusalem.
The oldest part of the city, the City of David, was settled in the fourth millennium BC, making Jerusalem one of the oldest cities ion the world. To visit is like bringing the pages of the Bible to life yet it combines Biblical sites with high-rise apartments.
Visitors will also appreciate the variety of Jerusalem hotels listed here at Booked.net at the best possible prices.
You can search our selection of hotels in Jerusalem and find detailed information on hotel facilities, photos, maps, and secure reservation forms for both cheap Jerusalem hotels and luxury accommodation, often at lower prices than hotel rack rates.
Use Booked.net to find a hotel as close as possible to the Old City - home to sites of key religious importance, among them are;
- The Temple Mount
- al-Aqsa Mosque - Islam's third holiest shrine
- The remains of the Western (Wailing) Wall at the foot of the Temple Mount
- The gilded Dome of the Rock sits on top of Temple Mount
- The Church of the Holy Sepulchre enclosing the site of the Crucifixion and tomb where Jesus was laid
- The Old City is divided into quarters, named after its four major communities in the 19th century: Arab, Jewish, Christian and Armenian
Jerusalem is a city with violent past, destroyed twice, besieged 23 times, attacked 52 times, and captured and recaptured 44 times.
Away from the ancient monuments the larger part of the city is Jewish West Jerusalem, with its broad avenues, busy streets and squares. In Arab East Jerusalem you can take in the sights sounds and smells of crowded, colourful street markets. The first part of your pilgrimage starts with Booked.net