JERUSALEM WITH KIDS by Travel Mad Mum | The Post Hostel Jerusalem
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Our 12 bed dorms feature bunk beds and en suite facilities. These dorms are mixed – men and women, and offer great value accommodation. Our dorm rooms are for adults over the age 18 only.
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Our 8 bed dorms feature bunk beds and en suite bathroom and shower. These dorms are women only, and offer great value accommodation. Our dorm rooms are for adults over age 18 only.
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Our 4 bed dorms feature bunk beds and en suite facilities. These dorms are mixed – men and women, and offer great value accommodation. Our dorm rooms are for adults over age 18 only.
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Economy rooms are designed for one or two guests, and include a personal en-suite bathroom and shower. Furnishings include: double bed, nightstand, chest of drawers, sofa and desk.
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Double rooms are designed for two guests, and include a personal en-suite bathroom and shower. Furnishings include: double bed, nightstand, chest of drawers, sofa, desk and television.
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Large Double rooms are designed for two guests, and include a personal en-suite bathroom and shower. Furnishings include: double bed, nightstand, chest of drawers, sofa, desk and television.
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Double rooms are designed for 1-2 guests, and include a personal en-suite bathroom and shower. Furnishings include: 2 single beds, nightstand, chest of drawers, sofa and desk.
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Triple rooms are suitable for 3 guests, including a couple + one child or three persons traveling together. Each room has its own private bathroom and shower. Furnishings include: double bed + convertible sofa bed, nightstand, chest of drawers, sofa, desk and television set.
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    JERUSALEM WITH KIDS by Travel Mad Mum

    18-06-2019 | meir
    JERUSALEM WITH KIDS by Travel Mad Mum

    We only spent a little time in the city of Jerusalem but I was truly amazed. We are well traveled, so we don’t often feel culture shocked. However, Israel was totally different from anywhere I’ve ever been to. The fusion of so many different cultures, all crammed into the ancient Jerusalem streets was fascinating. 

    Jerusalem is so kid friendly, there is almost nowhere that is not acceptable to bring your little ones. Most of the restaurants and cafes in Jerusalem have highchairs and are happy to accommodate children. We even stayed in a fantastic hostel which was so budget and family friendly, two things that don’t normally go together.

    We stayed at The Post Hostel which is a fantastic place for families. Don’t be put off by the word hostel because it’s definitely not like any other hostel I’ve been to.

    The hostel has a great private two level family rooms with a pullout sofa downstairs and a double bed upstairs. The stairs aren’t ideal for younger kids but there was plenty of space to stretch out and it was a very cost-effective option. 

    In the main area of the hostel, they had kid’s games and all the staff were really lovely and interacting with the kids. We didn’t feel even a little out of place staying there as a family. They offer a great breakfast with loads of options that the kids enjoyed as well.

    We participated in a great hummus making class that they had in the evening which my little ones absolutely loved. The same kids who I can’t get to touch hummus at home ended up covered head to toe in it, eating it by the spoonful.

    We actually thought it ended up being one of the best Jerusalem kids activities. They have lots of other fun events and classes for the people staying there, including a free walking tour of the old city.

    The Post hostel has a very affordable happy hour and lots of chill out areas that were great to lounge in after getting lost in the old city all day. They also have great wifi and laundry machines, which is always welcomed when traveling with a toddler. 

    One of the best parts of staying at the hostel was the location. Many of the Jerusalem hotels are either right in the middle of the chaos, or too far to easily get around. The Post Hostel is located on a smaller side street that is calm and quiet but within a 5-minute walk, we were right in the thick of things.

    Five minutes one way gets you to the old city and five minutes the other way brings you to Ben Yehuda. It’s also located right near the tram so anywhere not walkable is easily accessed by public transportation.

    We really enjoyed our stay here. It definitely is one of the best cheap Jerusalem hotels!

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