Lonely Planet review
Renovated since Israeli shelling brought about its demise in 2001, the prominent Manger St hotel's lobby gleams, while rooms are spartan. Computer facilities and internet access (per hour USaround US$2) are available in the common area.
Our independent authors have visited Paradise Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Bethlehem.
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