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Travelers . . . If your Travel Agent recommends the Sea Net Hotel, it means he or she hates you and is seeking revenge. :-(
The best thing about the Sea Net Hotel is it's only a 8 minute walk to the beach.
The location was good ... near the beach. But no view at all from the rooms, a rooftop terrace not in use, breakfast in the cellar with aircon on full and signs everywhere forbidding you to take any food out (as if you would). The...More
I have been guest in this hotel for more than a decade, both for business and leisure purposes. Besides the great location (close to the beach and a couple of steps away from TLV highlights), this hotel offers quite more than other hotels of same...More
interesting hotel. clean small rooms everything you need close to beach shops food. breakfast was ok. not one hint of so called bed bugs from anyone in group. then again who would believe a person with only 1 review? I would stay here again for...More
AVOID AVOID AVOID. Bed bugs in our room and in several other rooms (I was part of a group). Had the itchiest bites for days and the scars lasted for weeks. I had to put all my clothes and suitcase through a dryer to make...More
$116 - $307 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We searched booking com website for your hotel. In description it says free car parking area, private parking area. On the other side it says parking is $10 per night. If it is free then how it costs $10?
September 7, 2016|
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"No good rooms, go across the street to Gilgal Hotel. The front desk person is Jonathan . . . super nice guy."