About Hotel Hashimi
Situated within the walls of the Old City, Hotel Hashimi Hotel provides modest but convenient accommodations at the heart of Jerusalem. The hotel features a rooftop terrace offering spectacular panoramic views.
Equipped with marble floors, private bathrooms, and air conditioning, guestrooms feature up to five beds. In-room amenities include flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, refrigerator, and complimentary toiletries.
The hotel offers money exchange, laundry, and luggage storage services, while a safe can be found at the front desk. Tour services are also offered.
The hotel’s rooftop terrace features a restaurant, while a community kitchen is available for those preferring to self-cater. Tea and coffee are provided free of charge throughout the day.
Situated less than five minutes from Damascus Gate, the entrance to the Old City, Hotel Hashimi Hotel is within walking distance of all of the city’s major historical and religiously significant sites, including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock, Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Western Wall, and more.
Breath-taking views from rooftop terrace.
Many guests staying at Hashimi Hotel are blown away by the panoramic views on offer from the hotel's rooftop terrace. The likes of the Dome of the Rock and the Mount of Olives are on full display to visitors venturing up to the terrace, which also features a restaurant.
Old City location perfect for sightseers.
The hotel is situated within the walls of the Old City, making it a perfect base for sightseers and pilgrims looking to explore the city. The likes of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Al-Aqsa Mosque are just minutes away. Meanwhile, Damascus Gate, which serves as an entry point to the Old City, is less than five minutes away on foot.
Hotel staff offers first class hospitality.
Past guests have been quick to praise the hotel staff, reporting that employees offer first class hospitality. Many guests report that friendly and helpful employees can't do enough to help.
Blankets and towels are well-worn.
Some guests staying at Hashimi Hotel report that the hotel linens, including blankets and towels have seen better days. These guests suggest that it's time to replace these well-worn items.
Rooms lack wardrobes.
Past guests generally approve of the hotel's modest rooms but a lack of wardrobes means some find it difficult to store their clothes. This may be an issue if you're not the type of traveller that likes living out of a suitcase.
Some issues with heating.
A number of winter guests have experienced issues with in-room temperature. According to reports, air conditioning units can leave rooms on the cold side when the outside temperatures take a drop, which does happen in December and January.