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Fan of Banksy i wanted to see the Walled Off hôtel in Bethléem. Beside being an hotel full of Banksy art you will find a small museum which tells you the story of the Palestinien struggle. We sat for tea which was served with a...More
A visit to the West Bank itself is interesting, but this hotel is an eye opener. We didn't get to stay here as we were on a day trip to Bethlehem from Jerusalem, but ended up spending a considerable amount of time in this hotel....More
It's myself and my wife's second visit to this hotel. On this trip we ventured further afield, guided by our brilliantly and knowledge able taxi driver 'Ashraf' ( IG Taxi.Bvi.Asrf ). The dead sea, Herodium, Jericho are must see's, but on the list of our...More
We went there on a roundtrip through Israel. While all the other tour group members went to lunch, we strolled along the wall that separates Israeli from Palestinian ground. The wall is covered with hundreds of sometimes highly artistic graffitis and you can even find...More
We stayed in a bunk bed room at US$60 per bunk bed. Pretty good value considering the room itself, included breakfast, and access to the common areas and amenities. Be ready to share a bunk bed with 7 other strangers. A locker is provided for...More
Response from DC2008London | Reviewed this property |
Hi, thanks for your question. You have to use stairs to reach any of the bedrooms - there is no lift/elevator. My recollection is that the stairs were fairly normal, ie not overly steep, stairs and that there is a banister... More
Hi, thanks for your question. You have to use stairs to reach any of the bedrooms - there is no lift/elevator. My recollection is that the stairs were fairly normal, ie not overly steep, stairs and that there is a banister to hold onto. The terrain around the hotel is also slightly more challenging than over the wall in Jerusalem.