Fodor's Expert Review Trumpeldor Ba'Atika
21 Trumpeldor St., Beersheva, Southern District, 22000, Israel
The Ottoman Empire's expansion plans in the early 20th century envisaged Beersheva as a regional capital, and the Turks built handsome stone structures in what is now the Old City; this special boutique lodging occupies what could have been an office complex surrounding a central courtyard. Steps away from trendy restaurants and bars, the hotel is notable for its gorgeous stone walls and spacious interiors. Guest rooms have small kitchenettes and all are at ground level, although uneven stone walkways and a vintage entrance gate do not mean easy accessibility.
- historic and charming setting
- close to restaurants
- can be loud, so ask for room far from main street
- some challenges for those with mobility issues
- breakfast not included in price