I stayed there in August 2010 and was smashed by the stunning architecture and the friendliness of the staff. Also very nice, that there are many small places to meet together during the day or in the evening: large kitchen with very large balcony on the morning sun side, large terrasse towards the inner square, locations at the bottom of the inner square, and large reception area. Internet - wifi working nicely. All very clean. Room height in the private floors, receiption and kitchen in the upper floor extremely high, about 6-8 m - I think this is useful for heat isolation in summer. At least I could sleep in private room during the night comfortably although nearly 40°C during the day - I did not even switch on the fan - enough wind coming through the large windows during the night. Very nice guests and athmosphere (guests changing nearly every day). Car parking only available about 500m from the inn - I parked my rental car during night at the place before the Tishreen restaurant, no fee after about 6h30pm until 8h00am - but they told me, that I can expect a 100 Sheckel fine after 8h10-8h20am (one day I came there only 8h25, anyway no fee - but I really looked that I would meet the 8h00 limit every morning). The inn is completely calm concering car noise (during ramadan you have many muezzins at 4h30 in the morning and 21h00 in the evening (as everywhere in Nazareth), also some animals during the night, and some party noise, but all in all very calm and relaxed).
Unique Quality: great mystical originally arab architecture in old city palace. Great hosts (include volunteers) and great guests, large and diversified public seating/kitchen area.
Directions: Park car near Tishreen restaurant, then walk up into the old city with its 2m wide and 10-20 long fancy "streets" according description. Do NOT try to drive there, especially during day / market time!! You might get stuck and come not out again!
2015 Mount of Precipice, (formerly Renaissance Nazareth Hotel), Nazareth
Casa Nova Street, POB 198, Opposite Basilica of the Annunci, Nazareth
2 Hermon Street, Nazareth
El Mutran St 5053 / 1, Nazareth
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Address: Old City, Nazareth, 16125, Israel