Excellent boutique hotel
Reviewed 21 July, 2021
Location is extremely central: walking distance to much of what Jerusalem has to offer, from the old city to the market. Still, it's on a pedestrian street so very peaceful.
Our room was on the smaller side, but extremely nicely decorated, with beautiful furnishings, and everything (bed, mattress, linen, towels, amenities) was very high quality. Extremely comfortable bathroom. Everything was spotless clean.
Breakfast is a buffet-style, as is common in Israel, and while it wasn't huge, it was very high quality, The little back garden is a perfect setting for a leisurely breakfast.
Staff was very friendly and accommodating.
The rate, in Israeli standards, was very reasonable. Overall, a very good value and a very pleasant stay.
Reviewed 16 July, 2021
Nice boutique hotel in a great location, centrally located in midrachov, nice design, of lobby and rooms and super great service and nice staff.
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Reviewed 27 June, 2021
We were very warmly welcomed on a chilly February day into a cozy reception area. Checked in quickly and ushered to our room on the second floor. It was an upgrade from the basic, but still quite small, just enough space for two with luggage. We even had our own little balcony, but it was way too cold to try it out.
Breakfast each morning was varied and delicious - the customary Shakshuka with eggs, many fresh salads, fresh pastries, fresh veggies and fruit and yogurt. Their halvah was absolutely out of this world - flaky, delicious and hard to stop eating!
Great little hotel in the heat of Jerusalem
Reviewed 14 June, 2021
Lovely small but perfectly formed hotel in the heart of Jerusalem. 10 minute walk from the old city and restaurants/transport on the doorstep.
Israeli breakfast and happy hour (5pm to 7pm weekdays) are included, as well as bikes.
The rooms are immaculate, quiet and tastefully decorated.
Staff are very helpful.
Small hotel with big hart
Reviewed 14 June, 2021
As a rule, "Atlas" hotels are always our first choice.
The hotel is located in a fantastic location and close to every attraction, including the Old City, the Mahane Yehuda market, Nahalat Shiva and all the places of entertainment in Jerusalem.
The staff are wonderfully welcoming and helpful, the hotel is spotlessly clean, and the rooms are tastefully furnished.
The breakfast is great and the refreshments and wine served in the afternoon are a pleasant surprise.
The hotel also provides free bicycles for those who are not afraid of the ups and downs in Jerusalem.
The hotel is highly recommended!