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This is a must visit and stay. You see and live the occupation!
You can also see the private collection of Banksy's artwork here. There is a museum dedicated to the biography of the wall which gives you an in-depth history of the occupation.
Wow. Just Wow.
Check in was smooth, had to fill in a few forms, but nothing to strenuous. Escorted to your room, which is necessary since you have a secret/hidden passageway to the hotel rooms.
Room was just incredible. We stayed in room 2, had...More
We really wanted to go into Palestine and see the wall but didn't really know how to go about it - our hotel organised a taxi and the driver waited for us. We went for a couple of hours and walked around the wall, saw...More
Review for Marwan
Being a solo traveller, I tend to like to navigate my own way around and meet local people of my own accord. But having booked a night at The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem (- a place that if you cannot stay,...More
Being Banksy fans, a visit to the Walled Off Hotel was a must for us. Whilst all the Banksy art around the hotel was great, it was an eye-opener for us in terms of realizing what transpired in the between Israel and Palestine.
Response from BlacqueJacque | Reviewed this property |
It is only you. This is a museum dedicated to the hardships faced by Palestinians. The use of holocaust imagery is to juxtapose how Israel has treated its ‘neighbor’ since 1948. I don’t go to the African American museum and... More
It is only you. This is a museum dedicated to the hardships faced by Palestinians. The use of holocaust imagery is to juxtapose how Israel has treated its ‘neighbor’ since 1948. I don’t go to the African American museum and whinge that native Americans aren’t mentioned.
Most importantly- did you learn anything from your experience or did you shut down mentally because you came with some preconceived notion?