Ratings based on 22 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Kenddrick
Superior in every wayPosted May 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
The front desk was very helpful and enthusiastic about making the customer comfortable. Staying overnight in Haifa (coming from Tel Aviv) just for a day of sightseeing, I got upgraded to a suite at no cost at all. Breakfast was good as well - if I were to return to Haifa, this is the place I will go to!
for Familiesby Lene
OK midrange hotelPosted Dec 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
Nice and different with the exhibit in the hallways
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 1, 2012 on Hotels.com
Good location, good access to main road and easy access to downtown, though need car or bus to move around. Stayed in new section - clean room, free Wi-Fi.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great hotel for the $$$Posted Oct 30, 2012
Pros: Guest Service was phenomenal
We went for a 2 night stay at Gallery Hotel. It was our first time in Haifa. The hotel staff were amazingly helpful and accommodating. Breakfast was great too! The rooms were a bit small and the location of the hotel wasn't great due to road construction that was going on. Wish this hotel were in a better part of the city. It would make for a better hotel.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 28, 2012 on Hotels.com
Very disappointed with the location, the torn up inaccessible street in front of hotel, and the "jack hammering" street repairs until 3 am!! Cleanliness could have been better. The breakfast staff were the only pleasant part of this stay.
Great staff, butPosted Aug 20, 2012 on Hotels.com
The staff could not have been more helpful. They even allowed us to stay until 5 pm with no extra charge since our flight home was after midnight. But, two issues:The AC could not keep up with the 90 degree F heat and the free breakfast was very strange. For example, instead of orange juice, there was just some sort of orange drink and they could not make sunny side up eggs. But, overall, the hotel was fairly priced for what was delivered.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Jacob and Ferne
We left a day earlyPosted Jul 15, 2012 on Hotels.com
We arrived around 10:45 in the evening and couldn't even park in front of the hotel because of road construction. The construction noise was very loud and when we asked the desk clerk about it he said it would end by 11pm and minimized our concerns about finding the parking space (difficult to find, little tiny sign, almost impossible to get our car into a space). He then left at 11 and in fact the noise continued VERY loud all night long, so that we got very little sleep. The room was very small and basic, although clean and tidy. The breakfast was terrible (toasted hot dog buns, canned light tuna, little bowls of cottage cheese, jelly, and weak coffee). We couldn't handle another sleepless night so we forfeited the cost of our second night's stay and moved to another hotel. The neighborhood is run down and particularly at night kind of scary. The only positive is the concept of having art all over the place, which is unique and quite charming. Too bad the rest of our experience was so poor.
for Everyoneby Chava from Pennsylvania USA
Old-fashioned hotel, with construction noisePosted Mar 23, 2012
Pros: The friendliness of some of the staff, and a certain old-fashioned graciousness; convenient bus to Haifa University
Cons: Construction noise from the street, poor quality breakfast, out-dated public computers
Location: The neighborhood has been in decline for decades. With its small, cheap shops, it reminds one of Israel of the 1960s. Not too safe at night.
This is a very old-fashioned hotel in a down-at-the-heels neighborhood. The staff was very gracious, and the room and building were clean and in good repair. Nonetheless, the hotel has some significant drawbacks. The first is not the fault of the hotel, but significantly affects the quality of the stay. The street in front of the hotel is torn up, and apparently has been and will be for years. Work on the street excavations can go on all night, making it difficult to sleep, and taxis cannot actually drop one at the hotel. Another negative point was the quality of the breakfast, included in the room. Most Israeli hotels have excellent buffet breakfasts, but this one served a fixed menu, with juice that tasted worse than Tang, and artificially flavored jam. The eggs and Israeli salad were good, though. Finally, I could not succeed in placing a local call to the city from the room, even with assistance from the desk, and the lobby computers were so out of date that I could not access my e-mail. I know Israel well, and I have to say this hotel--and the neighborhood--took me back to the mid-1960s. I only booked a room there because I could not find another hotel room in Haifa, since I needed to make last-minute arrangements.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Nicaragua
Location Location LocationPosted Nov 14, 2011 on Hotels.com
Pretty much everything about the hotel was satisfactory (later on the other exception) EXCEPT that I chose the hotel based on hotel.coms DISTANCE to Point of Interest which in my case was the Bahai Gardens. In fact it is much further (and expensive taxi rides) to the touristy points of interest. Also, I arrived by bus from Jerusalem and the hotel is located at the other end of town (another expensive taxi) although OK to one of the three train stations which I used to go to Ben Gurion Airport. SO CHECK LOCATION RELATIVE TO WHERE YOU WANT TO GO. Also, while the breakfast fare was good the owner literally barked at me more than once over where and how I should sit. The lady table servers were polite.