you often overlook the carlton, or at least I do when you consider tel aviv beachside hotels. its smallish and set in the ever ugly kikar atarim. last week I had a seminar there and was really pleasantly surprised. you go inside and everything is new, very clean, and accessible. we has a conference room in the business lounge which was filled with cakes, cookies, fruit, coffee and juice. People kept on coming in to ask if we needed anything and every time we took a break, the room was miraculously straighten up and the dirty plates and glasses were removed and replaced. the only downside was the buffet lunch which was ok, not bad, just ok, but I guess that is what you get when you have to be totally kosher like the hotels are.
one thing I don't like about t-a beachfront hotels is that they tend to be overly greedy, with adds everywhere, ridiculously expensive restaurants and bars and uninterested staff everywhere. I didn't get that impression at carlton which now zips up to a very high spot on my list of hotels for any guests I will have.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ideally located on Tel Aviv's famous hotel strip facing the Mediterranean Sea, this elegant, deluxe hotel puts the city's cultural, entertainment and business centers at your very doorstep. Dizengoff's sidewalk cafes and the Old City of Jaffa are just minutes away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Carlton Tel Aviv Hotel Tel Aviv
- Carlton Hotel Tel Aviv
- Tel Aviv Carlton Hotel