If I had the choice between spending 100USD on a room at avia airport hotel and spending 100USD on booze and passing out on the streets of Tel Aviv, I’d choose the booze. Between the cockroaches, broken room door, outlets without covers, and the disgusting state of the bathrooms, this is one of the worst hotels I’ve ever stayed at. When we arrived we noticed something in the sink, it turned out to be ashes from whoever was in the room last who had ashed their cigarette in the sink. The night before we noticed disgusting stains on the tablecloths and standing water on the floor in the dining room area. The next morning for breakfast, it was still there. Nobody would ever willingly visit this place twice and it must survive off the ignorance of tourists.
P.S. Taxi drivers will try to recommend this to you for some reason. I think they’re getting kickbacks.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Avia Hotel is situated between Tel Aviv and the Ben Gurion Airport (a 7 minutes ride). All hotel rooms are air-conditioned, with a refrigerator and a kettle in every room for preparing tea and coffee. Complimentary free wireless (wifi) internet access in the rooms and lobby. Breakfast is served in the hotel's dining room. The beautiful Charly Checkpoint restaurant offers international cuisine. The hotel also has a reception hall with a kosher kitchen. ... more less
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