Inspired by the Gaza mall photos, I have featured on this blog various facilities from Gaza, with the aim of providing readers with a glimpse into the real Gaza, which is anything but a concentration camp as some claim.
My point is not that there is no hardship in Gaza, but rather that the situation is a far cry from what is being presented by the palestinians, their supporters and the mainstream media.
Introducing Gaza’s Al-Mathaf Hotel.
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From the website:
Featuring 34 spacious guestrooms, including 6 elegant suites (2 presidential and 4 royal suites, ranging between 60-150 sqm), most rooms and suites also have private balconies. All rooms in Al Mathaf are furnished and equipped to match the highest hospitality standards and the whole hotel overlooks a stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea to ensure that you have an unforgettable experience in Gaza.
The hotel contains 17 single rooms, 6 double rooms, 8 senior suites and 1 royal suite, with 5 of the rooms and suites having 5 large balconies, and 2 with small ones. Features and facilities include free high speed Internet access, and laundry and dry cleaning services. Classic single and double rooms contain a 32 inch LCD TV with remote control, Satellite TV channels, work desk with lamp, on demand laptop , electrical adapters, and power converters, dining table with two chairs and a sofa, telephone with international call support, a mini refrigerator, air conditioning, a wardrobe and a bathroom.
There’s also a multi-functional indoor hall, 5 meeting rooms equipped with Wireless internet, ISDN line for Video conferences, LCD projectors & flipchart boards, as well as a Business Center with computer workstations, laptop rentals, printing, faxing and copier services, and high speed wireless internet access.
Oh yeah, and there’s currently a 20% discount on services provided by the restaurant for employees of NGOs!
About the AuthorAn Aussie immigrant to Israel, Aussie Dave is founder of Israellycool, one of the world's most popular pro-Israel blogs (and the one you are currently reading) He is a happy family man, and a lover of steak, Australian sports and girlie drinks
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