Fauzi Azar Inn Reviews
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When I arrived by bus from Tel Aviv not so easy to find, but when you get to the bewildering alleys of the souk (market) there are hostel signs to show you the way. Great building, Looks like a arabic palace and I slept in a room with painted ceiling that is about 7 meters high. Lovely kitchen with free tea and cake. Receptionists changed a lot and so it depended a bit on who was working in order to get Information about places to go. Unique hostel and a place to calm down from busy Nazareth.
Every staff person is friendly and helpful. We stayed on the new side. It was very clean, very large, and had a nice patio to sit out at. The included breakfast had to be the best free breakfast buffet I've ever had anywhere! And I travel a lot. This is a great place to stay.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 41+
- (1 review)
The hostel is very unique and beautiful, in an old beautiful house, with a good coffee service and a breakfast above average. I just thought It was a little expensive (no lockers included, no private lamp, you have to pay tu use the computer), specially compared to other hostels in Israel, but still it's a very cozy and nice place. Anyway, you should know it's not a party hostel at all.
Good hostel! The only problem is that it's a pain to find. Totally would recommend this place. Oh and the breakfast is really good.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
The place was so unique and Linda the tour guide so nice that it far overshadowed any thing else. old and wonderful.
Wonderful, fun place to stay!! I'd definitely recommend to any friend or family member. The only thing is that the staff are not as knowledgeable about the Jesus Trail, directions, or local tourist information that you'd expect. Three different people gave me wrong information on separate occasions that led me to being lost or getting on the wrong transportation. But in regards to taking care of the facilities and being nice people, the staff is great!
They stay at Fauzi was really Good. We liked the atmosphere in the Old city of Nazareth. In the evenings we had our own roof terrace. We Booker private Double bed room with Shared bathroom in the New Rooms of Fauzi. Very convienend! We can really recommend. Free Wifi, coffee and tea for Free the Wohle Day as well as cake. Volunteers were very nice and helpful. Breakfast included in the rates.
A unique and beautiful place in the old city of Nazareth. Nice clean rooms, good breakfast and useful kitchen, very friendly staff and a great tour through Nazareth. I only would like lookers for my belongings...
Have been staying in hostels all over Israel for 5 weeks and this hostel ticks all the boxes and wished we could have stayed longer. The free daily tour which gives you the history behind this hostel is brillent. Free breakfast is also good. Cheers from the over 50 year old backpackers from Australia.
One of the most amazing places I have slept in. I definitely recommend this place to anyone visiting Israel. The mansion has unique atmosphere. The location is superb. The staff are very helpful and the breakfasts are mouthwatering. THANKS to the AZAR FAMILY and LINDA the guide who took us on an unforgettable tour round Nazareth.
Really really loved it! The free cake and fruit helped. The outside entrance doesn't let on how nice a place it is. Definitely recommend.
Historical place in the old city of Nazareth. Staff is really friendly and water/cake is available all day. Good place to stay for about two nights and for solo travelling.
Last year I only stayed one night, and this year I stayed for two. Everything was essentially the same (100% in my books) with a few small improvements here and there. The most beautiful hostel in Israel! They have a great blend of the classic Ottoman architecture, with modern washroom facilities and bedding. To be honest, the kitchen is kind of small to be cooking in, but you almost don't want to with world-class Arab cuisine 5 min walk away at affordable prices.
The fauzi azar inn is absolutely amazing. There's a wonderful, sumptuous free breakfast and great places to relax, cool off, and read a book. Well-stocked kitchen too.
This is the place to stay in Nazareth! The rooms were clean, and the inn is located in a beautiful old building with lots of character. The inn has played an interesting role in the city, and if you have time and want to see something off the beaten track, definitely take the free walking tour. Unlike other hostels, this one had a mix of backpackers, families, couples, and people of all ages which made for a chill and respectful vibe. The staff were also great!
There are just two showers, so, the queue is long. The room was ok, but the curtains were old and I could smell the dust. Furthermore, they don't work and the room gets so bright during the morning. There is a nice breakfast.
One of the best hostels I have stayed at in 20 years I have been travelling. The staff are friendly and helpful, the building itself is great and I love the way you can get tea, coffee and cake anytime during the day. The free tour was a bit weird. Knowing the tour wasn't based on the churches I thought I would learn a little more about the history of the city, but in the end came away scratching my head. No I didn't have head lice. Very erm........, different.
Great experience. The place is historical. It is well organized and clean. Staff was nice. Some of the staff were students from the states or other country volunteering. Location is convenient and center to everything. I love the free city tour.
Lovely hostel.. Hidden Gem on a backstreet in Nazareth! Hostel is in a very unique building.. Google pics if you want to see more! The hostel staff were lovely and very helpful in providing us with advice and a map. Went on the free tour with Linda whilst we stayed there.. loved that she showed us the "off the beaten track" bits of Nazareth and not the religious buildings... Obviously we saw those too, but it was nice to see something a little different for half a day!