Cinema Hostel: Sleeping in Style in Jerusalem

One of the most popular hostels in the center of Jerusalem is the Cinema Hostel. This hostel is located just off trendy Ben Yehuda Street, in a renovated building which once housed the Orion Cinema. When it operated in the mid-20th century, it was one of the leading cinemas in Jerusalem. It was officially shut down in … Read more

Jerusalem Hostel: Historical and Very Budget Friendly

After staying a night at CapsuleInn Jerusalem, I moved to the other side of the road to check out Jerusalem Hostel. While CapsuleInn is one of the newest hostels in Jerusalem, Jerusalem Hostel is one of the oldest in town. It is located inside a historical building, originally built in 1928 as a two-star hotel named Ron Hotel. The … Read more

CapsuleInn Jerusalem: Super Cool Capsules in the City Center

Jerusalem is an amazing city, and there’s nothing like staying the middle of the city to truly experience its vibes. That’s why I decided to spend 3 nights in Jerusalem, each night in a different hostel. The first one I stayed in was CapsuleInn. From the photos online it seemed like a really cool place, … Read more

Camping in Israel: The Basics

One of the most expensive aspects of a trip to Israel is the accommodation. So in this guide, I’m going to focus on camping in Israel, which is one of the affordable ways to stay in Israel. Where can you camp, how much should you expect to pay, and some basic guidelines- all in this … Read more

Roger’s House: A Tel Avivian Hostel with Cool Vibes

I’ve spent another weekend in Tel Aviv and this time I spent it at Roger’s House Hostel, a fairly new hostel that opened about a year and a half ago. The hostel is situated in a beautiful Templar house, which dates back to 1929, and stands between the neighborhoods of Neve Tzedek and Florentine. I … Read more

Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv: Cool Stay in the City Center

Disclaimer: This page contains affiliate links, meaning I get a commission if you decide to make a purchase through my links, at no extra cost to you. I have stayed at Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv and recommend it! I spent three nights with my friend in Tel Aviv. She came from abroad and had only … Read more

Little Tel-Aviv – A Great Stay in the City Center

The common kitchen at Little Tel-Aviv

Last month I decided to spend a weekend in Tel Aviv, the city that never sleeps. It was quiet spontaneous, so most hostels were already totally booked. I was left with only a few choices, amongst them Little Tel-Aviv Hostel, which was also almost fully booked. I stayed in this hostel for one night in … Read more

Eco Akko – A Great Hostel in Old Acre

The entrance to Eco Akko

A few days ago I went on a short trip to Acre with three friends of mine. Acre (Akko) is amazing! Beautiful alleys, historical buildings, and highly interesting human stories. After we found out that the place we wanted to stay at was fully booked, we booked our beds at Eco Akko Hostel. This hostel … Read more

Tiberias Hostel – Fun Place in the City Center

Hi everyone, about a week ago I really wanted to go to Tiberias, so I packed my bag and asked my friend if he wants to join me for the weekend. There were a few earthquakes before we came and extreme heat, but I didn’t want to miss the opportunity. I said: “The Sea of … Read more

HaYarkon 48 – Nice Hostel for Beach Lovers in Tel Aviv

Last week I decided to take a trip to Tel Aviv and stay overnight. I searched the web for a good located hostel and found HaYarkon 48. Without a doubt, its greatest plus is its location. Beach lovers would love it, because it is just a few feet away from the beachside. After one night … Read more

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