Mount of Olives Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMount of Olives Hotel Jerusalem
Small, cheap and cheerful, the staff were very friendly and helpful.
In a great location and you can go up to the roof on a night to get some absolutely stunning photographs of Jerusalem and the surrounding areas.
Be warned though if you're wanting Alcohol the hotel doesn't serve it, neither does any of the local shops as it is in a Muslim area.
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