Absolutely great place to stay if you are using this as a place to sleep and not as a resort. The room we had was quiet small on the street level. Just the basics: clean room, double bed, cable TV, nice shower and small refrigerator. The hotel seems to be part of a 24/7 convenience store in the front since you check in there. This is nice if you want a snack or you happen to be there on the Sabbath when a lot of places are closed. The location is fabulous, about 50 steps off of Jaffa street, the main street that is closed to cars. Only the L1 line street cars (trains) are allowed. You are literally a 10 minute walk to the old city. The train stop (Central) is 5 blocks away if you want to walk a little less. Landing in Tel Aviv, we took the high speed train to the main station in Jerusalem, walked outside, purchased a ticket in the machine and boarded the L1 train. Four stops later, we were at the Central stop, exited, walked down the little hill about 5 blocks and looked down a street to the left and saw the Super Market sign. We went into the market, checked in, walked a few steps around the corner to the entrance and that was it. We were there three nights. Since we were leaving on Saturday (Sabbath), the manager told us to stop in on Friday at the market and he would schedule a local shuttle bus ($17) to the airport since public transportation is shut down. Anyway, a good place to stay in a GREAT location. And a lot of restaurants on this street were open on the Sabbath!