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Zion

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Downtown location
  • inexpensive rates
  • European character

    Cons

  • slightly dingy
  • not for those with mobility issues

Zion Review

With little balconies overlooking a pedestrian-only street off Ben-Yehuda Street, this 19th-century stone building has an old-world feel. Front rooms get some street noise, but the air-conditioning and double-glazed windows ease the problem. Furnishings are simple; ask for a superior room if you want a private balcony, flat-screen TV, and slightly less minimalistic surroundings. The lobby, reception area, and a few rooms are up a single flight of stairs (other rooms are farther up still—there is no elevator). Some rates include breakfast, and there's also a good coffee shop downstairs. The manager speaks five languages, not including English.

    Hotel Details

  • 25 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast, no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-16-2013

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