"The Kings"—the name by which it's still known—sits on a busy intersection, less than a 10-minute walk from the city center. The refurbished public areas include a coffee shop with a grand bay window. The hotel is popular with religious Jews, especially on weekends and holidays. Most of the guest rooms are fairly large, and all are enlivened with splashes of red. Look for amenities like LCD TVs, mini-refrigerators, and in-room safes. If your budget allows, upgrade
to a junior suite with a balcony. The entrance is on Ramban Street.