Grand Park Hotel Bethlehem is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Bethlehem, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Grand Park Hotel Bethlehem offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a lounge. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Bethlehem, Grand Park Hotel Bethlehem is located a short distance from Carmel of the Child Jesus (0.5 mi) and Solomon's Pools (2.5 mi).
If you like cafes, Grand Park Hotel Bethlehem is conveniently located near Connect Cafe, Rewined M&D, and Star & Bucks Bethlehem.
Best of all, Grand Park Hotel Bethlehem makes it easy to experience some great Bethlehem attractions like Bethlehem Museum, which is a popular art gallery.
Enjoy your stay in Bethlehem!
I had stayed here with groups in 2015 and 2018 when it was the Grand Park Hotel Bethlehem. Now under new ownership for about 6 months, I noticed a number of changes. While the hotel was somewhat neglected under the previous management, it is now receiving the attention needed. The rooms are being better attended. The dining room was moved from a bottom floor with low ceilings is now on the 7th floor with a spectacular view. A smart move by the new owners. The quality of food for breakfast and dinner is of high quality and the presentation is appealing. It’s location to Manger Square through a short walk along Star St is a real draw. Yes, there is some sidewalk work occurring near the reception entrance, but that is another improvement for guests. The GM and staff are working hard to make wonderful improvements to this property. Whether it is a group stay or individuals it will be enjoyable with the new management.…
Probably good value, but considerably worn. Carpets in room with rips, but otherwise clean. Nice buffet. Had very large group of 7 tour buses and was our first stop on a Holy Land tour. Entry is a bit of a problem. Lobby comes off steeply slanting road with construction obstacles. Hard for some of the older people to manage.
The only things I liked about this hotel was the view from the top floor restaurant and the burger place situated at the ground floor, YOU BURGER, where we had great food at a decent price. My biggest problem with this hotel was with the cleaning routine of the rooms. We traveled with a large group and we found out that some rooms got complimentary beverages daily, whereas some did not, some rooms got daily clean towels, others only when left on the floor. Also, the rooms were old, the carpet on the floor was stained and the balcony was dirty, with bottles and cigarettes from the previous visitors. The foodn wasn't very impressive, either. There are only 2 elevators in the hotel and I always had to take the stairs in order to get to the restaurant or the ground floor, which were 2 and 5 levels below the lobby.…
A group of us stayed at this hotel in February of 2019. Rooms were clean and had all the modern conveniences, staff were wonderful and food was good. Only problem was the elevator...there are only two and they don't both go to the street level, which makes check-out a little longer than I would like. With a group of 42, moving luggage to street level was not fun. Otherwise, we had a good stay at this property.
They said that this is one of the “best” hotels in town, stay away from it. Rooms are dirty and old. If you come to Israel it is better to stay in Jerusalem. My room was dirty and all the 6th floor had a very, very bad smell from the swears. Food was ok and the staff at restaurant was friendly. This trip is so beautiful that you don’t want to have a bad experience with your hotel.