Enjoy your glorious morning at Jacir Palace InterContinental Bethlehem starting your day under the beautiful sunrise while enjoying your fascinating breakfast with an impeccable service. Relax at our spectacular outdoor pool, on the balcony of your room, or with the incredible walk around the hotel with the wonderful atmosphere. Good morning
Have a marvelous afternoon discovering our authentic cuisines secrets. Offering an irresistible selection of International, Oriental and Lebanese exotic meals with a wide range of hubbly bubbly. Our concierge team will be available to help you enrich your traveling experience wherever you are.
Enjoy our energized activities at Al Makan Bar and night club and enjoy each day program and surprises Or you can have your romantic dinner at our elegant Zaitouneh restaurant where the great ambiance and the delicious food
Taxi is available at Front Desk and upon request.
Taxi Is available at Front Desk Area and upon request.
DID YOU KNOW ?
The Jacir Palace was built between 1910- 1940
Jacir Palace InterContinental Bethlehem is the largest hotel in Bethlehem in the central West Bank. The building's original design was based on typical Palestinian architecture and the characteristics of an Arab household. Jacir Palace has three floors, each spanning 800 square meters. The newly-built hotel added an outdoor swimming pool, a health spa, four meeting rooms, 250 available rooms and six food and beverage outlets including restaurants and bars. Jacir Palace was built in 1910 by local craftsmen on commission of the former mayor of Bethlehem, also a merchant, Suleiman Jacir (great grandfather of Emily and Annemarie Jacir), who intended that he and his five brothers’ families would live in the house together. So they did for a time, however, the family went bankrupt in the 1930s and were forced to abandon the palace as well as sell all the furniture inside. The Jacir family never recovered from this economic devastation. Jacir Palace was eventually taken over by the British who used it as a prison in the 1940s. In the 1950s it was a private school called al-Ummah, later the house became a public boys’ school and at a still later stage was transformed into a public girls’ school. In 1998, PTIC (Palestinian Tourism Investment Company Owned Jacir Palace; they refurnished and renovated it soon after creating Jacir Palace InterContinental Bethlehem.
- Jerusalem-Hebron Road
- Bethlehem , 0000
- Palestinian National Authority
- Front Desk +972-0-22766777
Distance 60 KM / 37.28 MI SOUTH to Hotel
Take High way 1 to Jerusalem. Then begin South . Take Gilo Street Towards rachel Tomb on Hebron Road, Cross Boarder check point to our Hotel "Jerusalem Hebron Road".
- Indoor and valet parking available. It is opened for 7 days, 24 hours, and controlled by the Security staff. Park is not under the responsibility of the Hotel.
- Controlled Access Gates to Parking
- Parking Area Equipped with Lights
TAKE HIGHWAY 1 TO JERUSALEM. TO BEGIN SOUTH TAKE GILO STREET TOWARDS RACHEL TOMB ON HEBRON RD. THEN CROSS BOARDER CHECK POINT TO OUR HOTEL ON JERUSALEM HEBRON ROAD.