The hotel is a beautifullyy-restored 19th century hotel in Nevei Tsedek, an old neighborhood in south Tel-Aviv in walking distance to Jaffa which is also being remade. Our room was in the annex, also restored, with a nice balcony. The room was not large but nicely furnished and comfortable. Bathroom was large and modern. Very nice breakfast. What is really outstanding is the service. Our flight landed at 7:00am and we arrived at the hotel around 10. Check-in is at 3:00pm and we expected to have to sit in the public area or go out until check-in. Unsolicited, the manager offered to give us a room at that time, at no additional charge. He invited us to sit in the bar and have coffee whle he checked tomake sure the room was ready. During out stay service continued at the same level of care. It' could not have been a better stay.…
I recently landed in TLV for a few days of business trips and promptly tested positive for The Covid (yes, quad-vaxed). I quarantined at the Drisco for a week until i received permission to leave. The hotel was a godsend to me. This is a very peaceful, quiet place. The staff was uniformly warm and capable. The breakfasts (about all I could eat) were superb. The hotel made every accommodation for me, including changing my schedule multiple times as test results waxed and waned. Special kudos to the cleaning staff, who were immaculate and unobtrusive. Thanks to the Drisco, what could have been a hellacious week turned out to be quite tolerable. BTW, the location seemed ideal, had I been able to stroll about town.
A high quality experience for us at the Drisco hotel .Top quality service , lovely room and fine dining at the George and John restaurant. We really enjoyed our stay and consider this one of our top hotel experiences.
I only stayed one night would have liked to stay longer. The room was beautiful and comfortable. the hotel combines old world elegance with modern luxury. The neighborhood is a little gritty in the immediate area, but you can walk to old yaffa easily. the food in the restaurant is good but expensive.
This is a boutique hotel located in Yaffo not far from the famous clock tower square. The hotel is elegant, with excellent service, and includes one of the best restaurants in Tel Aviv, John & George. The room was a bit small, but the service was 5 stars, and the location is excellent, a short walk to the Yaffo flea market, the Tel Avis promenade, and lots of other attractions.
I want to rate this 5 stars but the area the hotel is in is awful. Litter, graffiti, broken windows, dilapidated buildings. I would honestly never come back to Tel Aviv period. I do not understand how this is the most expensive city in the world! People litter like fishermen cast rods. It is awful and so very sad.
The Drisco Hotel is the place to stay in Tel Aviv. The hotel is located in the German/American neighborhood. It is in easy walking distance of Old Jaffa, Rothschild Blvd. and Lewinsky Market. The service and food were excellent. The Drisco is a neat little boutique hotel that you would enjoy.
The drisco hotel continued to surprise and amaze us. We stayed for 8 nights. The room, the service and the location were all spectacular. But the icing on top of the cake was the breakfast and dinner at their in house restaurant. Tel aviv has endless restaurants but this shines above the rest.
I decided to spoil my husband for his birthday and booked one night , including dinner and breakfast the following morning The room was beautiful, the staff amazing and the food delicious The location is excellent, a short walk to the sea and the old city of Jaffa Would definitely recommend
A hotel in a stunning structure, rooms equipped with every good thought of every detail, a pampering hotel at the highest level possible just above and beyond all imagination, amazing chef meals at the level of a Michelin star, simply amazing