Budget hotels & hostels
Guesthouses and B&Bs
Rooms are cheery but plain-Jane, yet this Manger St standard, 1km from the Nativity Church, is likely to have water even when the city is dry. Its bar is up one flight from the lobby.
Jacir Palace Intercontinental Bethlehem
Located just 200 metres from Rachel’s Tomb, Jacir Palace features a beautiful palatial façade and a charming courtyard with palm trees. Guests can relax in the outdoor pool or at the spa...
Located in the center of Bethlehem area, Angel Hotel features a roof top restaurant with panoramic views of Bethlehem and Jerusalem. The hotel offers modern rooms and free Wi-Fi...
Manger Square Hotel
Manger Square Hotel is located in Bethlehem, just few steps from Nativity Church and Manger Square. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel. The rooms and suites feature a modern décor and are fitted with wooden furniture...
Al Salam Hotel
Located in the heart of Bethlehem, Al Salam Hotel is a few steps from the Nativity Church. It offers simply decorated rooms with free Wi-Fi access, and is 50 metres from the bus station...
Situated 15 minutes’ walk from the Church of Nativity, Ararat Hotel offers modern accommodation along with free Wi-Fi and private parking. It has a restaurant with a 24-hour room service...
House Of Hope
The guesthouse is situated in a quiet spot behind House of Hope for the blind and children with special needs. All earnings from the guesthouse go towards supporting the home...
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.
Ibdaa Cultural Centre Guesthouse
The new multipurpose facility on Jerusalem-Hebron Rd is a happening place, treating travellers to free internet, cheap eats, simple lodging and the Dheisheh experience.
Arab Women's Union
The women who run this guesthouse recycle paper, run community programs and produce olive-wood artifacts.
The lobby and terrace of this new construction gives the impression that the rooms have more character than they deliver. It's a five-minute drive to the Church of the Nativity.
Everest Hotel & Restaurant
If cooling off is key, the name tells you this lodging is at the summit. A patio in the pines says you've left the lower climes and flora of Bethlehem. The restaurant is known for pigeon.
Bethlehem Star Hotel
For a plainer-than-plain resting post, it certainly draws a steady flow of journalists...
Each of the 13 tasteful rooms is named after a Palestinian village. Students from the International Center's art school provide décor in this chic Lutheran-sponsored boutique guesthouse with all the amenities.
Known for its Mexican restaurant serving fresh fish, this basic dwelling is in the thick of it on the way to the Old City.
Casa Nova Orient Palace
The closest you'll get to sleeping in the manger. The lobby, just off Manger Sq next to the Church of the Nativity, is as much a gathering place for transient tourists and devout dignitaries as it is for hotel guests.
Jacir Palace Inter Continental
Opulent Middle Eastern luxury near Al-Qubba beckons you to this restored mansion. The stone colonnade and world-class ambience make the courtyard restaurant/bar worth a visit...
Olive Tree Tourist Village/Al Zaytouna
A complex of children's indoor and outdoor play areas, water toys, a pool and a disco in addition to the guesthouse, makes this ideal for families when circumstances allow it to function fully. Inquire first.