The Zac - Budget 2 Bedroom Close to Town
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Hidden Away In One Of The Most Desired Areas, 20 Even Sapir, in Nahlaot is Zac’s Place. The apartment is near the City center, bustling Mahane Yehuda - open market, central bus station, The Great Synagogue, Ben Yehuda - the pedestrian mall, Jaffa Road, The Knesset, Hebrew University and The Old City. The area has a mixture of religious and non religious. There are boutiques, shops and coffee houses.
There are individual rooms on the ground floor, and there is a separate 1 bedroom apartment on the second floor, and a separate 2 bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor.
This building has on the ground floor a large patio and serene garden area with table and chairs. The Zac is quiet, although it is minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city center. The flat is decorator furnished. It has everything necessary to guarantee a perfect vacation for the budget minded traveler.
There is a fully equipped kosher kitchen. The 1 bedroom apartment sleeps 6. The 2 bedroom apartment sleeps 6. And each of the individual rooms sleeps up to 4.
Sleeps 8 1 Bathroom 1 Bathtub (in the first floor) 2 Bedrooms
Cable TV Cutlery Dishes Pots
Microwave Stove Refrigerator Ga rden
Heat Internet/WIFI Shower Iron
Ironing Board Keyless Locks Kosher Linen
Towels Patio Washing Machine
|Jan 01 2014||Dec 31 2015||-||-||$700||$1,500||1 week|
|Check Out: 10 a.m.|
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Geula apartment review
July 27, 2011
We really enjoyed our stay in the apartment. It was clean and spacious. It was great having so many bathrooms. The attention to detail shown by the rental company was impressive, such as having a bottle of milk in the fridge and coffee set up on the counter. It was convenient having the wifi internet, although the man who showed us in didn't know anything about it or how to set it up. I was able to, but I doubt most people could. Also, it would have been nice to have a list of shuls in the area, as I had to ask people on the street where I could daven. Thanks for a great stay!