No words can describe the warmth and the very spectacular welcoming of Nabil( the owner and the one in charge of this amazing place)! Each room has a story representing the history of the building, so clean with white bed sheets and colorful cushions with cultural touches. Breakfast was the highlight of our stay, delicious, various but still very authentic Palestinian , served in the famous handmade ceramic of Hebron in Palestine. Nabil and some young university students prepare breakfast, and if you’re lucky, you’ll have the opportunity to listen to Nabil’s stories about his Grandma Aziza and his mom too, very interesting stories of special unique women from Palestine. It was an unforgettable experience, definitely will be back this coming spring ❤️
It feels like visiting family not hotel. Perfect location in the old city near the church. The building is beautiful, cozy, and comfortable. the rooms are huge, clean and tidy. The breakfast is to die for. The most delicious and rich breakfast I have ever had. Authentic in everything .Palestinian hospitality in its best. And ofcourse Nabil the one and the only. Perfect host who makes you feel home and as if you are among family and friends. We will be back there that is for sure
I heard a lot about this place and insisted to visit.. a special cozy and warm place Very beautiful and clean rooms.. Amazing service, thank you Nabil and May.. you are a special people, give and help wholeheartedly, People will not understand until they visit ..
The room was beautiful, the breakfast was delicious (mostly homemade or locally produced), the service was on top, Nabil's hospitality was warm and welcoming and all in all it was just amazing to stay there
My 19-year-old son and I had a fantastic (albeit all-too-short) overnight stay at Nabil's magical inn. He has meticulously and beautifully restored his family home, naming each room according to its original function (e.g., "the horse room" is on the ground floor). We stayed in the smallest room, the Balcony room, which was charming and cozy and had everything we needed. The location can't be beat - 5 min walk from the Church of the Nativity. Nabil arranged for his brother to drive us to dinner at an excellent restaurant in town, and helped to arrange a taxi early the next morning to Ramallah, where we were meeting friends. Our super-early departure meant that unfortunately we missed the full breakfast (we will be back for it!), but Nabil woke up at the crack of dawn to give us a send-off of a spectacular date-and-nut-based tea cake along with some Arab coffee. The hotel is amazing and the service truly extraordinary. Thank you, Nabil!!…