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Paradise Inn, Talbiyeh, Jerusalem.
A dream for only one person.
Infinite stars and a real gate to paradise.
Reserve your room at the former Lepers home.

Jerusalem, where any piece of land can become your temporary dwelling.

The space

Paradise Inn is situated in the beautiful gardens of the former Lepers Hospital, Leprosarium Jesus Hilfe , founded as an isolated refuge for leprosy patients. It was created by the German-Protestant Moravian community in 1867 and operated for twenty years in a building on today’s Agron Street, Jerusalem. In 1887 the institute moved to a new building in the Talbiya neighborhood of Jerusalem, planned by Konrad Shick.

“High walls surround and hide the building, constructed in an isolated spot far from the walls of the Old City, and a focus for endless stories about what goes on inside” – these words appear on the page of the historical display inside the hospital. Until 1948 most of the patients were Muslim Arabs, and the nurses Christian. Tawfiq Kan’aan, a Christian Palestinian, was the chief physician from 1919 until 1948. He would arrive at the Leprosarium once a week and was responsible both for medical and research issues, and for international contacts.
Since 1950 until 2007 the Hospital was named Hansen Hospital and was under the Israeli Ministry of Health direction. In 2013 it reopened as Hansen Center for Design, Media and Technology.

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Guest access

Besides the Paradise Inn you can enjoy the beatiful gardens, the art galleries and the public activities of Hansen House.

Interaction with guests

We'd love to host you and guide you around and Mamuta artists will be happy to make your time as interesting as possible!

Other things to note

Paradise Inn is a temporary art project. The incomes of the project are a donation to Mamuta Art and Media Center. By buying a night or more you support an artists run space, the non-profit Mamuta Art Center :)
You can come and enjoy it by yourself or you can pay for a night, support us and give us as a present to other person or to an artist to have paradisiac stay at the Paradise Inn.
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The space
Accommodates: 1
Bathrooms: 0.5
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Room type: Entire home/flat

Amenities

House Rules

Pets allowed :)


Cancellations

Flexible

Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.


Safety features
Fire extinguisher

Availability
1 night minimum stay

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Jerusalem, IsraelJoined in September 2015
Mamuta User Profile

The Mamuta Project is a center for artistic creation, encounters, research, and display of art. The Center, is an artist’s run space, developed and directed by the Sala-Manca Group. Mamuta is comprised of artists’ workspaces; video, sound, and electronics labs; a wood, metal, and plastics workshop. The goal of the project is to advance art projects and to create a framework for artists from different media, as well as curators, architects, designers, and researchers, who wish to create in the spirit of cooperation, dialogue, and technological innovation.

Mamuta offers guidance and support for the development of its artists’ individual projects, and initiates and produces projects at the Center as well as at other sites in and outside of Jerusalem—in cooperation with institutions and individuals in Israel and abroad. The project is dedicated to creating conditions for developing an active community of artists, allowing for personal development alongside collaborative work, through an engagement with the place and time.

A project by Sala-Manca Group (through Hearat Shulaym Foundation)

With the generous support of:

Ostrovsky Family Fund, Leichtag Foundation

From 2009 to August 2012 Mamuta project operated at El-Dan House, thanks to the kind support of Daniela Passal z”l, as a joint project by Hearat Shulaym and the Jerusalem Foundation. Since November 2013 Mamuta Center it operates at Hansen House.

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
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