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Sanduka03, Jerusalem
Middle East

GoldenGate Inn, Hostel in the Old City of jerusalem.

We are a small hostel, very clean and quiet,  in the heart of the Old City.
We have single, double, triple, and dormitory rooms.
All of our private and dormitory rooms have a shower ensuite.
Most private rooms have air-conditioning/heating units.
All private rooms have television.

Our amenities include: free tea and coffee, breakfast included with all rooms and dorm beds, a guest kitchen, free wi-fi, cold soft drinks/ juice/water, thick mattresses, garden patio, laundry service, 24-hour secure access, free luggage storage, guest safe, comfortable, homey atmosphere, and friendly, helpful staff. We are in a 1000-year-old building used as a guesthouse since 1155! We have a great location inside the Old City, just minutes from many historic and religious sites.

The place is Managed by family Sanduka, Lutfy Sanduka, Sinan Sanduka.
The place is characterized by warm and friendly atmosphere attracts many visitors from around the world on a regular basis when they come to Jerusalem.
Enter through the Damascus Gate, go right on “Khan El Zeit street” at the end of the courtyard. While walking on “El Zeit”, you willl see the Golden Gate Inn sign overhead. Go right and up a few stairs off El Zeit to our stair way.

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Copyright: Zoran Strajin
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Taken: 10/07/2012
Uploaded: 10/08/2012
Updated: 01/04/2015


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