REVIEW

Eden House

Tucked into the winding alleys of the historic Yemenite Quarter, this homey hideaway has a courtyard that lives up to its tranquil name.

By Karen Burshtein, Sunday, Oct 9, 2011, 4:00 AM

Eden House
(Courtesy Eden House)

Eden House

Eden House

About this Hotel

Price From $92

It's only a five-minute walk from the bustle of the city's waterfront, but homey, intimate Eden House is tucked into the winding alleyways and open-air markets of the historic Yemenite Quarter, so it couldn't feel more removed. Each of the 25 guest rooms is unique, ornamented with finds that owners Sergey Solovyov and Michael Ustinov collected from local flea markets and antiques fairs, as well as with gifts from neighbors in the quarter. All guests have access to the serene interior courtyard, where potted palms, a tapestry-draped daybed, and wood-slat walls supply both shade and privacy.

Free Wi-Fi? Yes.

Credit Cards Accepted AmEx, MC, Visa.

Details Doubles from $92.