Reviews: Anonymous

Abraham Hostel Jerusalem

Jerusalem, Israel

The hostel is awesome! It is the best place to stay if you want to connect to the city, the surrounding area, and other travelers. One night I was there, other travelers in our room were noisy and kept the lights on until almost 2am and were talking to each other. But the other nights it was no problem, and certainly not within the control of the hostel.

Port Inn

Haifa, Israel

Friendly staff and travelers, plus it's not a long walk to most parts of the city and very close to the main train station and local subway system. Great stay!

Fauzi Azar Inn

Nazareth, Israel

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!

Panorama Hotel

Tiberias, Israel

You get what you pay for, and considering the other resorts in Tiberius this is a good deal. The location is central, and the rooms are clean and adequate. Not the best night I've ever had, but I would probably stay here again if I came back to Tiberius (and wanted to save $$). The guy at the front desk was very helpful and friendly.


The neighborhood is wonderful, and the hostel is within walking distance of most major sights/areas of interest in Tel Aviv. The location could be more central, but that also depends on what you're trying to see. The atmosphere is great, very friendly and communal. It's a great place to stay if you're looking for other young people travelling and for more of a party atmosphere. The rooms are clean and well-kept, and the communal areas are nice as well. Definitely recommend!