Families visiting Jerusalem have a unique opportunity to enjoy the culture and history of one of the oldest cities in the world. The area also offers guests plenty of chances for adventure. The The Sephardic House boasts a prime location in the middle of the excitement, and spacious guestrooms can accommodate three guests. Each room comes complete with luxury amenities, flat screen televisions, private bathrooms and air-conditioning. The onsite restaurant serves a variety of kosher and internationally inspired meals. Kids will enjoy visiting the old city, while parents can take advantage of the Turkish baths. The nearby Western Wall and Grotto of Milk also come highly recommended.
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- Family rooms
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- Onsite Dining
the hotel is pretty, nice architecture and decor, but so inaccessible..! and worst than that- they believe they are accessible... (because asking the handicap to get off the wheelchair and go up a few stairs on his own because it's too hard to lift the wheelchair with him on it is totally accessible..............)
you should note that if you're tall you'll hit your head a lot, as the doorways (as nice and curved as they may be) are very low. also- forget about sitting comfortably on the toilet seat, as the vanity blocks half of the toilet legroom (and keep in mind those are the "accessible" deluxe rooms). in these same rooms, you'll find that adding a bed for a third person blocks half the doorway, making it either impossible to pass with a wheelchair or impossible to get onto the double bed when having to push single bed into a diagonal position.
food was ok, service was fine, location is great if you can walk (many stairs and weird old city stones that aren't too easy to walk on), there's no parking next to the hotel and they did not provide an extra toilet paper roll in the room...
ohhh and the elevator...! the available floor buttons on the elevator are 0,1,2,3 (or was it -1, 0,1,2?) yet the elevator will stop on the floors: 0,3,4,5...?! so rooms 200+ are on floor #4, which in order to it you should press the button 2........ extremely confusing and not user friendly.
it's an ok hotel for the old city, but honestly I would just not stay in the old city again...
In the Jewish quarter of the old city. Not easy to get to. Once you’re there it is a good location close to the western wall. Breakfast is good, lots of selection, excellent coffee. Rooms are a good size, the beds are comfortable. They need to update the towels they are very worn out. Staff is friendly and helpful.