The Story of a Neighborhood

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told within the walls of one home

The Biazi Hotel is a Boutique hotel in Jerusalem with a warm family-oriented.

The hotel situated in the heart of Jerusalem’s colourful Nachlaot neighborhood, only a few moments’ walk from the center of the city and its famous Machaneh Yehuda open-air market.

The hotel was built to serve as a legacy to Eliyahu Biazi – well known gourmet baker and owner of the renowned “Maadan Delicatessen”.

The hotel’s unique design includes glimpses into the life of the Biazi family through the use of personal articles, family photos and memorabilia/

Upon entering into the hotel you’ll immediately take notice of the authentic homey Jerusalem atmosphere which creates a feeling of part of belonging. In the you’ll see a portrait of Eliyahu Biazi formed using thousands of old 1 agora coins which he used to collect.

The rooms have been decorated so that it incorporates the spirit of the past with the comfort of the present and throughout you can find different homilies associated with the former owner which contribute to the “homey” atmosphere.

The hotel also boasts a beautiful roof-top balcony which affords a view which looks out onto the Sacher Garden below, the Knesset, the Supreme Court, the rooftops and alleyways of historical Nachlaot.

Eliyahu Biazi

Our Rooms

The Boutique hotel in Jerusalem offers six units, each named for one of the amazing cakes created by Eliyahu:

Berlina, Npoleon, Strudel, Sabrina, English cake and honey cake.

  • Five 2-bedroom suites of 40 sq meters designed with great care and refined taste for maximum comfort.  All the suites furnishings combine elements of iron and wood. In each suite there is a king-sized bed, work space/sitting area. 4 of the suites also offer a balcony.  Each of the suites can take up to 4 persons and are ideal for families.

  • 1 romantic studio of 30 sq meters with a large balcony.

All units offer the following: King Sized bed, sitting area,  flat screen TV, cable TV, WiFi, equipped kitchenette, espresso machine, mini frig, shower stall, hairdryer, exclusive cosmetic supplies, safe deposit box.

All the units look out either on the red rooftops of historical Nachlaot or offer a view of Sacher Garden, the Supreme Court and the Israeli Knesset.

Rooms

Suite with balcony

  • Occupancy: 2 Person(s)
  • Size: 30sqm
  • Espresso Machine
  • Wifi
  • View: Park
  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Mini Fridge
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    Deluxe family suite

    • Occupancy: 4 Person(s)
    • Size: 40sqm
    • Espresso Machine
    • Wifi
    • View: City
    • Ensuite Bathroom
    • Hairdryer
    • Safe
    • Mini Fridge
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      Deluxe suite with balcony

      • Occupancy: 4 Person(s)
      • Size: 40sqm
      • Espresso Machine
      • Wifi
      • View: City/Park
      • Ensuite Bathroom
      • Hairdryer
      • Safe
      • Mini Fridge
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        Frequently Asked Questions

        How to get to the hotel

        Please arrive to 34 Shabazi Str, take 8 stairs up to Kfar Bar’am and the hotel- New building is 30 meters away on the left side

        My flight arrive late at night. What time can I check-in?

        Late Check-in can be done by Self Check-in.

        please coordinat with the hotel and get the hotel’s main door code.

        My flight arrive early in the morning . What time can I check-in?

        Early check-in is possible by self check-in.

        please coordinat with the hotel and receive hotel’s main door code.

        If the room is not available, you can deposit your luggage in the hotel and get the room when ready.

        Where can I park

        You can park on Shabazi Street next to the hotel, on blue/white area based on availability, at an hourly rate from 8:00 to 18:00 using cellopark/Pango application

        Check in, Check out times

        Check in:

        weekdays:  15:00 up to 20:00

        Friday and holiday eve:  14:00 up to  1 hour before sunset

        Check out:   up to 11:00

        • For check-in or check-out beyond the above hours, an additional charge is required. Please contact the hotel.

        Is breakfast included?

        No, Consult the hotel staff

        Is VAT included?

        NO.

        According to law all israeli citizen has to pay VAT added to the room price

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