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We stayed only one night in this hotel, for the price and the location it was ok.
The reception area look terrible, just like a hostel. The girl at the reception was unfriendly and not also to us.
I didn’t understand the good reviews about...More
We stayed for 5 nights with our 3.5 year old son.
The room we booked was 1 king size and one single. However we were given a room with a foldable broken bed taking the rest of the free room space.
There was no coffee...More
The hotel is well located but that is all. The Customer service is awful. Most of the time they do not want to help and say "I Don't know" even for simple question such as how much would cost me a taxi to the airport?...More
I have been in this hotel for business, only because the complete Tel Aviv was overbooked.
The arrival was like the cover of a book...it said everything:
- An american guy was sitting at the sofa desperate cause the receptionist did not book the hid...More
Nice overall hotel. Very close to the sea and to the Dizengoff district which is full of shops. The room was clean enough and seemed equipped with all the amenities .... but only in appearance, at least in my room: Refrigerator and air conditioner did...More
Response from Patrick M | Reviewed this property |
Travel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv is relatively easy. Distance is not much and you can travel there by car in about an hour. You could book a day tour or you could do it on your own. Public transport in Israel is... More
Travel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv is relatively easy. Distance is not much and you can travel there by car in about an hour. You could book a day tour or you could do it on your own. Public transport in Israel is generally very good and you should have no problem getting a bus to Jerusalem. An organized tour would allow you a good overview of the many sites to see in both the Old City and modern Jerusalem. You don't really want to miss the Israel Museum and the model of ancient Jerusalem. Also you really need to have a visit to the City of David, which is outside of the current walls of the Old City, which are not the same walls as at the time of Jesus. You will have to cost out the prices yourself, as we traveled with a guide for most of our two weeks there. There is a lot to see and do. Best to do your homework before you go so that you see things you want to see but also take in those things you need to see in order to get a better "big picture" as to what it was like there across the centuries. Good luck and have a wonderful time. You may even see that the story is more complicated than you originally thought! All the best.
Response from MarcFlandersP | Reviewed this property |
They have rooms with a terras an sea view. The rooms are nice enough and the prices are fair for the location. The breakfast room is very tired and the breakfast very basic. Unfortunately the staff is very rude and very... More
They have rooms with a terras an sea view. The rooms are nice enough and the prices are fair for the location. The breakfast room is very tired and the breakfast very basic. Unfortunately the staff is very rude and very unprofessional.