Stayed there for 4 days and can only recommend it to everyone. Of course it is not a 5 star hotel but that's not what you should expect. It is very clean and the historic building makes for a great atmosphere. The food was also delicious and the coffee house is definitely worth a visit. Do not forget the beautiful roof as well. It is perfect to take panoramic shots of the old town. Even though it costs 5 shekel for visitors it is free for everyone who is staying at the hospice. The biggest upside to the hospice is it's location with it being right in the center of the old town. Definitely worth a visit!
Not well-known from everyone but one of the best secret places in the old city. You can take very good pictures from the Rooftop of this building. Just ring the bell and walk up to Rooftop. You must pay 5 Shekel. You can get some rest on the rooftop and take very good old city pictures.
A very nice hotel located it the middle of the old city with one of the best views from the rooftop! The rooms are nice with high ceilings and historic like the entire building. Showers can be a bit small though. They serve a modest breakfast and in the evening there is the option for dinner which consists of one course and tasted very well. They always offer vegetarian and even gluten free options! The coffe house is definitely a highlight and worth a visit as well.
Obviously a hospice but we only visited its cafe. They serve good coffee for regular prices. Make sure to visit its roof so you're able to take nice panoramic pictures of the surroundings. Visiting it will cost you around 5 ILS (1,5 USD). This can also be a really good place if you'd like to hear the daily prayers.
Welcoming space to find a few moments of rest from the bustle of Old Jerusalem. Good coffee and great Sacher tarte. If you wish to enjoy the vew from the roof top 10 Shekels