We stayed at the Sephardic House recently and really enjoyed it. We stayed in a deluxe room, which was clean and had a lovely view of Jerusalem and a portion of the wall surrounding the Old City. The bathroom wasn't huge but was adequate and clean. The room was quite and had a fridge. Room service was fast and attentive. Breakfast was included and featured a good selection of hot and cold foods. We'd stay there again - it is incredibly convenient for exploring the Old City of Jerusalem.
Awful. Had to find another hotel. Mold in bathroom, dirty room, terrible breakfast, no heating in room, awful dinner recommendation. Don’t go there. The price is outrageous for such poor quality of hotel
We stayed here for five nights. The breakfast was very good and much different than what I am used to (I am not used to having cheese for breakfast). Dinner was good each evening with plenty of food and some different selections. The desk clerks were very helpful when I needed a few things. Our room was comfortable and I slept like a baby. The room we were in was on the small side when compared with an American hotel. However, I found that to be common throughout the hotels on our trip. I would most definitely stay here again. It is right on the edge of Old City Jerusalem and thus close to everything you might want. It is a short walk to the Wailing Wall, the Temple Mount, and the tunnels underneath of the Temple Mount.
The Sephardic House located in the old city is a beautiful property. The front office staff as well as the F&B staff (specially the barman) are very courteous and helpful. The rooms are good sized and very well appointed. The amenities in the room are good quality. The food in the restaurant was good. The Breakfast (7 am to 10 am) is sumptuous and good spread. Its greatest advantage is its location. Being in the Walled city in the Jew quarter, it gives you an opportunity to go back and rest in the afternoon after a days hectic sight seeing and then prepare for the evening.
We were a tour group of fourteen from Southern Africa. We were welcomed warmly. Beautiful flower boxes of olive trees, bright busy lizzies and draped silver foliage at the entrance.The rooms were comfortable with good shower en suite. We enjoyed delicious breakfasts and dinners and a special Shabbat meal. Great to be within the Old City Walls as so easy to walk around the Old City. Great lounge to relax in and elegant courtyard. A wonderful feel of being in a Jewish setting. Cannot think of any drawbacks.