I was at Talitha Kumi for a weekend conference. The room was very comfortable, clean and attractive. Bed was new in my room and great. Staff service was kind and generous. The grounds are lovely. I highly recommend.
In the last weekend we hosted a 3 day, 2 night conference in Talitha Kumi with 120 participants. I will start with the "small" and continue with the big (the staff). We arrived to the Guest House and everything was ABSOLUTLEY spotless! The dining room, the court yard, the ROOMS, everything was so well kept and clean - it was hard not to notice and be impressed. The food is delecious and satisfing, with many options to choose from, great tasting and beautifully presented. The venue itself is beautiful - a combination of a historic building, with amazing nature, great views and modern looking rooms. Finally, the staff. All of them presented us with THE BEST level of service I have ever experienced. Everything was done to perfection and always with such a huge smile on their face - always happy to help. I want to point out in particular the manager of the guest house, Farid. Farid was one of the most tentative people I have met - willing to help out our every need (and we had a lot). Again, everything done with such willingness and a great smile. 10/10 recommened this place for anyone visiting the West Bank and Bethlahem area. Thank you Talitha!!…
This was my third time in the place in the last 7 years at alumni gathering. Again we received great service, delicious food and friendly staff. Very much recommended for fun as well as for professional conference.
Very peaceful comforting place. Great for conferences specially ones for dialouge and peacebuidling. The rooms are clean and tidy. The food is oriental Palestinian and diverse. They have a beautiful forest for walking. And this place is accessible for Palestinians and Israelies
Me and my team tried out Talitha Kumi several times and we were always satisfied with everything! Very clean, very welcoming, very nice, very calm, good service, nice people and the list is endless. I definitely recommend!
Talitha Kumi Guesthouse, in Beit Jala, is a welcoming place, wholehearted hospitality, full service and responding to every request immediately with a warm attitude, always with a smile. The hotel manager and all the staff, are exceptionally nice. The food is varied and delicious, the rooms are clean and spacious, the furniture is new. In the hotel area there is an orchard, a grove, an ecological garden ... everything expands the heart. I highly recommend this place to tourists, peace activists and anyone who wants to rest and enjoy this place that "humanly connecting" between Israelis and Palestinians.
Talitha Kumi guesthouse is a wonderful, well kept place near Bethlehem, the service and room standard were so much higher than our guesthouses and hotels in Jerusalem , and the price was reasonable. The interior is tasteful, practical and very clean. The staff is very friendly and helpful, this is a peaceful island in this conflicted area. Very good restaurants nearby, an interesting place to relax.
This house is an oasis in Beit Jala / Bethlehem. Surrounded by walls the guesthouse belongs to the large campus of Talitha Kumi School that is reknowned and has an old tradition. The rooms are perfectly clean with excellent amenities. We loved to be cared for by helpful and friendly staff and enjoyed the excellent breakfast and fresh evening meal. We highly recommend the house for your expeditions of Jerusalem etc.
We stayed here with two young children in a very cold part of January. We were thrilled to have a wall unit that heated our room very well and a wonderful shower with good water pressure . . . things you don't always find in the Middle East! The property is beautiful, the breakfasts were delicious, and the staff were kind to us and our children. We would highly recommend Talitha Kumi Guesthouse.
We arrived at the hotel at 8pm. Upon arrival the guy at the reception asked me to settle the bill because I was going to check out very early the next day. The problem was at the time of our arrival, the manager was no longer present and he had the device for the credit card. I had to pay in cash (USD) and the change given to me was in Israeli Shekel. Another issue was the following morning, when we checked out at 6am no one was at the reception. No one was there to helped us with anything that led to an accident because of it’s dark/slippery pavement.
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