Al Bishara Guest House is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Nazareth, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Al Bishara Guest House is a family-friendly bed and breakfast offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The bed and breakfast features room service, currency exchange, and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Nazareth. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Mary's Well (0.2 mi) and Salesian Church of Jesus the Adolescent (0.3 mi) make Al Bishara Guest House a great place to stay when visiting Nazareth.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Nazareth's popular falafel restaurants such as Diana Restaurant, Dewan al-Saraya Old City Abu Ashraf Restaurant, and Khazen Restaurant, all a short distance from Al Bishara Guest House.
Nazareth is also known for some great ancient ruins, including International Center Mary of Nazareth and The Ancient Bathhouse, which are not too far from Al Bishara Guest House.
Enjoy your stay in Nazareth!
The location is prefect, very close to everything that a tourist need to visit in Nazareth. The food is very delicious and the rooms are very clean, neat and quiet. Looking forward to come visit again
The guesthouse is located in an ancient stone building with great atmosphere. The host was super helpful and courteous, answered any question or problem we had with patience and a smile. The breakfast is rustic, fresh and delicious. I warmly recommend it!
The owner overcharged us relative to the $150 rate on our Expedia reservation. When we inquired about the price difference, he yelled at us and blamed Expedia (if you are in doubt please check the owner responses on the bad reviews on booking.com). When Expedia got in touch with him, at first he lied. This already gives you an idea of the business ethics. The room was awful. There was mold in the ceiling in the bathroom; exposed electric wire next to the sink and bed; lack of privacy and sleep quality as the door of the room had large windows on the top that let light and noise in; it was impossible to adjust the temperature of the water, you either have a cold shower or you risk a scald injury; the breakfast was old and low quality. In conclusion we paid over $160+ for a room that was worth $50. After sharing our experience and pics with Expedia, we were partially reimbursed. …
We enjoyed the Christmas holiday atmosphere in Nazareth's Old City, staying in the cute, friendly, clean guest house with a very friendly and helpful owner-host, Mr. Bishara. We spent two nights and enjoyed having a balcony from which we could watch the holiday merry-makers below in a very nice neighborhood of small shops, restaurants, tea houses, etc. Very nice breakfast with great local offerings such as menaiche, hard-boiled eggs, zaatar and olive oil with delicious, fresh bread, hummus to die for, sweets, fruit, juice, and the best olives!. The host and his wife are super-friendly and helpful, and the cleaning staff as well. Just be aware if you have heavy luggage that you have to climb up a long flight of stairs to get into the hotel.
This guest house is located in the heart of the old town of Nazareth, in walking distance to all places of interest. It is quite simple, but clean an with all you need. Very helpful and friendly host.
Great location , clean rooms , great host , great breakfast ( the hummus was on par with some of the best restaurants ) great value great price. The host was amazing . I have stayed in a number of guest houses lately and this was the best . The old city of Nazareth has a parking problem but we came late evening so it wasn't a problem , however once you park you don't have to move the car , everything is in walking distance . I understand that the guest house has some arrangement with a local parking lot . Totally charming .
Nazareth is a very old city that keeps its original downtown as it was hundreds of years ago, so a common way of lodging is staying at guest houses. The Al Bishara Guest House is a good alternative for visiting the main cultural and religious places given its location and cost. Unfortunately, we had a problem with the procedure for covering the cost of our stay, because it was charged twice supposedly due to a computer system problem that finally had to solved by myself, even though the owner appeared very worried and ashamed about the situation. On the positive side, its accommodations offer all the required for a good stay including an adequate breakfast.
The best hotel in Nazareth .. the rooms the food ..view .. this hotel is in perfect location ..calm quiet .. i recommend 100% ..thank you for all the attentions .at the hotel ..you feel like home .. they make you feel like that... thank you ..
This charming bed and breakfast was amazing. High ceilings, with nice rooms, filled with light and right on a square with a rustic fountain. Located in the middle of the old town, walking distance to everything you want to do and see in Nazareth. Modern amenities and all that you need for a restful stay. The breakfast and service was outstanding. The pizza was my favorite. I highly recommend this place!
Very nice place to stay. Spacious rooms and a great host. Simple breakfast but finally muesli for your yogurt. Free tea and coffee all day round, definitely consider to stay here. You can park your car in the garage.