Hidden in one of the narrow streets of the Yemenite quarter, this charming boutique hotel is still an affordable half-luxury option in the ever trendier and more expensive Tel Aviv. Every room is different, carefully decorated with a specific colour scheme following the principles of the Vitorian style. They are cosy but rather small.
The breakfast is high quality, even if the menu descriptors don't really match the end result - you can choose one of the items, plus coffee or tea and fresh juice. We actually asked for a second coffee and we were not charged for that. The airport transfer is only slightly more expensive than taking a cab yourself.
The only drawback in our stay was being refused a late checkout and the ammenities in the room - they were never replaced.
Wifi is available everywhere in the hotel but the connection is weak most of the times.
You can ask for beach towels at the reception.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- New hotel-boutique (12 rooms) in the authentic streets of the Yemenite quarter. Cafe and breakfast are kindly served just as you enter, welcoming you to stay in an elegant lounge which feature the sense of exclusivity. The room items and materials were all chosen carefully to assure a top-of-the-range match to the decorated ceiling, balconies and windows. A particular attention was given to the choice of colours in order to create an atmosphere of a truly classical Premier oasis in the middle of the exciting town. ... more less
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