The hotel is most enjoyable yet quite expansive in terms of the value for the price. It's a relatively old structure that has been renovated over the years multiple times (most recently in 4/2014) but the overall size of each guest room cannot be stretched. The standard and deluxe rooms are quite tight. The bathroom facilities are very convenient, although the sink area is quite small.
The LED lights all over the room, especially on the bathroom is terrible. No ability to keep a small low light in the bathroom. The light is harsh. Also by the bed sides. The only half decent one was the desk lamp.
The location is excellent, the Israeli breakfast is very good and recommended. The pool area and access to the sea are very good. The decor is pleasing including the corridors to the rooms. All the shops are Very expansive.
Jenny08 from washington DC
Near the Marina with a direct access to the beach. Dizengoff Center, the Old Port, Tel Aviv City Hall, Rabin Memorial and Tel …More