By shared area I mean tiny lobby near the reception with some 5 seats that were always occupied. Do yourself a favour and stay away from this horrible place! Try to get the lower bed of the bunk bed, not so stable bunk beds. Ok, so the second night I stayed there I checked out at 11 a.m.and they said I could keep my baggage there til midnight as long as I paid 5 NIS. But, after I went to the beach and wanted to get a pair of pants out of the baggage room, they would not let me change in the bathroom, kitchen, anywhere. I'm paying for the space, and now I am not allowed to change. i didn't have high standards -- and i still don't -- and this place was "ok" to stay for a night, but i wouldn't stay there any longer!I visit this hostel at may 2009, check out at 11 o'clock.first at the reception gave me key for room, it was at second floor, no elevator.So, they want me out of the hostel and I said it was not right so they threw my stuff on the street! the showers are dirty, the beds uncomfy and disgustingly dirty, the other hostel guests weren't quite of the regular type you'd think to stay at "youth" hostels.
I did a search on Google and found that i Phone’s Safari crashing problem is not all that uncommon.This web site has Google Page Rank - out of 10 maximum. This websites serves on Israel This domain registered by - for - on . % By submitting this query, you agree to abide by this policy. % The data in the WHOIS database of the registry is provided % by ISOC-IL for information purposes, and to assist persons in % obtaining information about or related to a domain name % registration record. % By submitting a WHOIS query, you agree that you will use this % Data only for lawful purposes and that, under no circumstances % will you use this Data to: (1) allow, enable, or otherwise % support the transmission of mass unsolicited, commercial % advertising or solicitations via e-mail (spam); % or (2) enable high volume, automated, electronic processes that % apply to ISOC-IL (or its systems).There was not even a curtain in the window, so anyone could have seen me from the outside.The "kitchen" was a small room with a microwave that would get overcrowded if more than two persons entered, the breakfast (just coffee and pastry) was served in another hostel down the street, and the Wi Fi worked only in the shared area. 5bed male dorm was spacious however, to much noise from the Ben Yehuda street so bring earplugs. I stayed here because it was cheap, but at first there are a bunch of sleaze balls that stay here, including one guy who filmed the people coming in and out and even starting arguments with people.
also the staff was not quite the greatest but super friendly.