First of all I liked the location of the hotel. The food was very tasty and the staff was friendly and helpful. ❤ Hope to visit this hotel again and enjoy my stay in this beautiful country. Thanks a lot.
I stayed here 5 Nights as a pilgrim. It was a good experience. Comfy and clean rooms. The Windows are not sound barriers. We payed for breakfast and dinner. Good food, But low diversity. Coffee it’s more like a Tea. If you have a lot of outdoor activities, totaly recommend!
I came in a pilgrim group and stayed for 4D3N in this hotel. The hotel is new and modern but it is a small hotel. Here is summary of my experience: The twin room is way more spacious than the double room. My brother and I got the twin room and the room is pretty much budget hotel standard size but my parents who were given a double room got a very small room. It was so small that they couldn’t open their suitcases freely. The hotel didn’t provide water bottles and kettle but there is a mini mart just across the street in case you need something. Apparently the food served in dinners didn’t suit my taste at all, breakfasts were okay and bearable. The hotel staffs were really nice and always greeted the guests eventhough they didn’t speak fluent English.
We had just one day and night to stay in Bethlehem. Lovely small hotel with friendly and helpful staff. English is spoken. Delicious full breakfast. Conveniently located. Would stay here again. Great value for the money
.This hotel offers excellent value for money. The room was clean and comfortable. The staff were extremely helpful. We walked to the Church of the Nativity but some may want use a taxi which cost about 20 nis. There several good restaurants and shops nearby. A major point is that many people visit Bethlehem on a day trip from Jerusalem. There is a lot more to the area and you should consider staying in the town itself.
First of all, the hotel has a very nice position, right next to the hotel is a shop with original graffitti from Banksy. Also the security wall with the gallery of Banksy and other artists is very near. Yes, it is true that sometimes an anti-israeli demonstration can take place quite near the hotel, but this is the same case as with the big hotel Paradise, which is not far away. But if this happens, the hotel hermetically closes and you don´t smell the tear gas. The rooms are nice, the beds very comfortable, the bathroom OK, but what I personally don´t like is that the shower is attached to the wall and you cannot take it with your hand. The restaurant is on the 7th floor with very nice view and the food is excellent. Every day different, and even the breakfast was slightly different every day, which is an exception in the Middle-East hotels.…
Very comfortable property with extremely friendly staff, Food is tasty and above all it is a real great value for money property for Pilgrimage groups visiting the Holyland, it is around 6 minutes drive to the church of Nativity and close to the check point for entering Israel
Stayed in the hotel in the beginning of April,2016. the hotel is average, rooms are small with not much amenities. our tv was not working. the WiFi was great . Food was average but same every day . The staff is ok, since we were leaving to the airport early in the morning they prepared lunch packets for us. The location is not very good, if you go by yourself don't go there. we were on a pilgrimage tour so the transportation was organized by the agency
We were booked in this hotel because of the travel agency who provided us with our pilgrimage tour during the Christmas seasons. We stayed here for three nights. This is a rather small hotel located near the Separation wall of Israel and West Bank. Check in and check out were smooth. Hotel staff are courteous and helpful to our needs. The corridor leading to the rooms are narrow. The room is provided with basic amenities. We were given a room overlooking Jacir Palace Hotel. By the look of the neighborhood, this is a frequent area of mass demonstrations as seen on our bullet-ridden window (i think it is a bulletproof window). During our stay here, we witnessed the IDF firing tear gas to Palestinian youth activists who held their demonstration in front of this hotel. Minding the usual conflict outside the hotel, the staff are considerate. They even sent a shuttle bus outside the Wall (Israel side) just to fetch us as our Israeli guide and driver are afraid to go in during this instance. Food is a letdown. During our three-night stay, food is always the same. …
It's a clean and comfortable Family Run Hotel. It's a great experience to stay in this Hotel staffs are very friendly and service was great. Though the rooms are not that be but it's clean and well maintaned. Staffs are attentive and alert. Though it would be better if they provide a more complete toiletries but it's ok. Staff are also honest I left my bag I went back at the hotel it was already at the reception. They also provide a fast service. All the family members are helping efficiently even their young children. It would always be great to comeback at this hotel to enjoy wonderful experience .