The guesthouse was built to provide accommodation for the many volunteers and supporters who work with Ibdaa. It also hosts stays for delegates to the conferences and workshops frequently hosted by Ibdaa.  On top of that, the Guesthouse provides tourists in the West Bank an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of life in a refugee camp and the Palestinian situation. It was the first guesthouse to be built in a refugee camp.

The guesthouse can accommodate a total of 42 people in its ten rooms. Rooms can fit between two and eight people and they all have a private bathroom. The rooms are named after the villages where the Dheisheh refugees were born and which they had to flee from.

Ibdaa guesthouse is open daily for tourists and guests interested in an alternative experience while in Bethlehem. Shared rooms with an en suit toilet, clean and sufficient for your visit. Our staff are friendly and available 24/7 for your questions and requests.  

If Interested in staying at Ibdaa Guesthouse, please refer to the services forms on the website.