Jerusalem Gold Hotel

234 Jaffa Road, Jerusalem, 94383, Israel | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $97.00

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Safe in Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 09, 2014

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We just checked in at our hotel in Jerusalem after an early morning in the Negev Desert, a long hike, and a windy drive. We are safe, and I am fine save for my eyes, which experienced another little burning incident, probably from the shirt I was wearing - the same one I wore yesterday at the Dead Sea. Regardless, I'll send you more updates when I'm rested. Hope you are well! Jesse

Israel and Jordan - 30 before 30

A travel blog entry by lecey19

Family and friends,

Three years and nine countries ago, I set a goal to visit 30 countries before I turn 30 years old. Well, I’m inching toward 30 and I started the year with just two countries to go, so I’ve had little on my mind other than my next tourist destination. For those that don’t know, I am dating an amazing man, Ethan, and one day he calls me and tells me I’m going to be very jealous of him because he’s being sent to a conference ...

The Passion of Jesus

A travel blog entry by pilgrimage2014


... Mary, and visit the Pool of Bethesda where Jesus healed the paralysed man (Jn 5:2-9). We also had a chance to visit the Israel Museum to view a reconstruction of the city of Jerusalem and also to learn about the Dead Sea Scrolls. Free time this afternoon. Wander the Old City, shop for souvenirs, take time for prayer or to just rest. Some of us went with Archbishop Mark to visit the Catholic Church Vatican Nuncio to the Holy ...

Schisms and the Holocaust

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... Israel has erected a high wall around the city, complete with barb wire, searchlights, guard posts and checkpoints. We had to carry our passports to prove we were not Israeli. Needless to say that the wall, and the way it can restrict goods as well as people is controversial, and not at all popular with the residents.

A cheerful Palestinian guide boarded the bus for our rather perfunctory tour. First up was a half hour stop at the souvenir shop. Then, on our ...

Hava Nagila

A travel blog entry by leighge


... Chinese friends had other plans! At 5 am they were up - talking loudly, singing, clearing their throats and spitting all over the place. For almost an hour they were out there making more noise than I thought possible - and I think most of us thought about going outside to tell them to be quiet, but we must be too nice as no-one did. When we did get up they were gone so we couldn't even complain then!
We left the desert and returned to the Palestinian territories to ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the הרובע הנוצרי area of Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, Independence Hall Museum, White City, and Ilana Goor Residence and Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsJerusalem Gold Hotel

    Reviewed by hadurtravels

    Looking out for a homely accomodation

    Reviewed May 2, 2011
    by (1 review) , Nigeria Flag of Nigeria

    We arrived in the wee hours of the morning around 3 a.m after a long journey & we had to wait for quite a few minutes { which looked } like eternity } before the gates were opened.
    Staying 3 nights turned out more interesting and warm the food was good & the service could be better.The double room we had was clean but did not have much space.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews Jerusalem Gold Hotel

    Jeusalem gold


    Beds were only 2.6 foot wider.There was a group staying there that made noise and played music in the corridors all hours of the night the hotel had no interest in keeping them quite

    Good - but be warned!


    The Gold is reasonably good value except for one thing, which is that on Shabat evening the hotel often receives a very large group who use it as a synagogue. They not only block the entire entrance area, but also make a lot of noise including children who are allowed to run around in the corridor until well past midnight, making it almost impossible to sleep.

    Anyone considering staying over a Friday evening would be well advised to check before booking whether this is going to happen, and if so, to make alternative arrangements.

    DJF - Switzerland

    Jerusalem Gold has the Midas touch for reasonable price!


    Enjoyed the six day stay. However, the breakfasts were average. I really enjoyed the last dinner. Delicious! They were several minor issue. A little slow bringing fresh towels to the room. For some reason there was no pens or pad of paper in the room for making notes. I did enjoy the hotel stay. Jerusalem Gold is good bang for the shekel. The beds were extremely comfortable and we got a good nights sleep after long days touring the city.

    Peace in the Middle East!

    Great hotel


    above all, a great hotel. first off, amazing location - which we didn't realise, so much so that we tried to get a cab the 10metres from the bus station to the hotel lol.



    The hotel was very good to the price, my son and I stayed there for a week the service was good, and the shabbat was excellent. We want to come back again soo

    Hotel OK - service inconsistent


    Stayed here for 5 nights last week mainly because of the reviews on here. Overall the hotel is good enough for the price.

    Very Disappointing!


    The Jerusalem Gold is a very disappointing hotel.

    Location, friendly, clean


    Stayed here with 2 of my teenage kids.

    We were VERY impressed by the staff here.

    The rooms were clean and adequate- towels changed daily and sheets every 2nd day.

    The breakfasts were outstanding and my coffee was 'poured' for me each morning by the very friendly staff. Nothing was too much trouble for them.

    We loved the central location and the cost/ night was well within our budget.

    My family will DEFINATELY stay there again.

    BTW as a bonus for the religious traveller, there is a minyan each morning.

    I'll be there again...


    I have stayed at this hotel every winter for the last few years. The staff is friendly and helpful. The location is good, next door to the Central Bus Station, which has a mall with good coffe and internet cafes. It was really good.

    The breakfast was fine, and the hotel has a pizza store nearby that will deliver. Also, I stayed for the Friday night dinner, and Saturday lunch, and the food was good too.

    I will stay there again, in fact, I will be there in a couple of weeks.

    It is a really comfortable hotel with easy access to Central Jerusalem.

    Location, location, location!


    I spent three nights at the Jerusalem Gold Hotel, and paid only $78 per night on B&B basis. Pretty good! The hotel is adjacent to the Central Bus Station and it's mall, complete with kosher McDonald's and an internet cafe. The #1 bus, which goes to the Western Wall, not just near it, has a stop across the street.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Jerusalem Gold Hotel

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good