Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Arie from NYC
Avoid the weekendPosted Feb 15, 2014
Hotel is very pleasant, staff is very accommodating, convenient to major highways. Comes Friday or Thursday night the hotel is overrun by locals Noisy parties in the room on Thursday evening , and an overwhelmed kitchen and staff for Friday morning breakfast. Breakfast is a delight and is worth the wait and the sub par service on Fridays Come and enjoy all other days
Jan 6, 2014 by Rinat
Dear Guest, I would like to thank you for your constructive feedback. Your comments are very important to us in order to improve ourselves and they have been brought to the attention of our managers. I truly hope you'll give us another chance to host you again in the future. Best regards, Anat Azulay General Manager.
by Eduardo from Philadelphia
Nice enough hotel in an awkward locationPosted Jan 4, 2014
Pros: The building is relatively new.
Cons: A few of the staff were extremely helpful. A larger fraction are rather surly.
Location: It gives its back to the beach. The residences have a frontal view; the hotel rooms only get a glimpse.
You should stay at the West if you are visiting people who live nearby. Even then, it's almost impossible to walk anywhere, as the hotel is rather isolated and you have to move by taxi every single time. It's a long stretch to downtown Tel Aviv, its museums and its cafes.
Recommendedby Alex from San Francisco
Great Hotel for non-touristsPosted Jun 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
West boutique hotel is a wonderful new property located next to the beach, in a quiet location far from the hustle and bustle of the Tel Aviv downtown. Ideal place to relax if you have a rental car or do not mind taking a taxi into town (everything is close there). The service is authentic (which means it is not polished at all), but people are genuine and generally care about your needs.
for Everyoneby Arie from NYC
A great place to Visit and Stay a whilePosted Mar 5, 2013
Pros: Location, Peace and quiet
Cons: Lack of quality restaurants - closer than a 5 minute drive
Location: in the center of things as far as connection to major highways - yet away from it all
It is the second time for our stay as far as we are concerned it is in an excellent location between the very north of Tel Aviv & Herzeliya very quick access to the hustle & Bustle of Tel Aviv either via the Highway or via the shore road as well as access to highways road heading North, East, or South - heading west is the fabulous beach Modern clean professional all suite hotel - all that you want including peace & quiet My first second and third choice on follow-up visits - which I do 3-4 times a year
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Clean hotel with "standard" Israeli servicePosted Jan 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
Hotel was modern and clean. Breakfast was *excellent*. Rooms were well apportioned with a reasonable view. When i stayed there the pool was empty (or under construction), so if that's part of your interest (it was mine) call to see if they've opened it since then. The staff was definitely not something to write home about, but something that seemed like a common occurance in Israel in general. Overall the hotel is located in a bit of a deadspot so expect to have a rental car or cab pretty much everywhere you go.
for Business Travelersby Sean from Montreal, QC, Canada
boutique like feel with matching prices.Posted Dec 11, 2012
Situated somewhat distance from the city centre, with very limited parking. The staff were quite nice, however, it took three staff members to figure out from my passport that I'm a Canadian. Much to my surprise the internet was not available free of charge, however, the staff allowed me to use a complementary password for the wifi, overnight. The room was quite nice, modern, comfortable and pleasing to the eye. The breakfast was limited but of high quality. I'm not quite enamored by hotels that charge above-average prices yet do not provide complementary wi-fi! It doesn't make sense to irritate a well paying client by nickel and diming him at the counter! ll the same, nice hotel for extended visit.
for Everyoneby RICARDO from PLANTATION, FLORIDA
NICE BUILDING, NOT SO GOOD LOCATION, MANY SMOKERSPosted Apr 15, 2012
Location is not the best. You always need a car. They have less people working than needed. Smells tobacco everywhere.
for Everyoneby Saramago from DC
Best in Tel AvivPosted Mar 31, 2012
This is an excellent hotel. Brand new, superb location, glass and steel. Hi tech gym with view to sea. Strategically located in the outskirts of Tel Aviv with no jam access to northern and southern Israel with 5 min access to the city center. Best tourist experience in Israel in the last 25 years. Highly recommended.
by A verified traveler from Sunnyvale, CA
Bad service and maintenance, don't change towelsPosted Oct 26, 2011 on Hotels.com
REALLY BAD EXPERIENCE Checked in and found out there is not hot water. Called the reception and been told that this can't be but will send someone to solve the problem. The guy came in and realized that there is no hot water so asked me when is it convenient to have it fixed. I said now and of course the answer was that now is not possible and maybe tomorrow it will be fixed ?! The hotel was fully booked so no alternative room was available. They fixed the problem the following day so I could finality shower after my 20h flight. Then they started removing the towels from the room. Each day they took away the used towel from the rack without replacing them (not from the floor or so, those towels that you used but you're ok with reusing). Obviously, after 2 days I had no more towels and could not shower when I returned to the hotel at midnight. Of course, they could only fix this the following day but then, one should be used to this by now.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Sydney Australia
Tel Aviv's Newest Hotel. Very Chic and comfortablePosted May 2, 2011
This hotel is located on Tzuk Beach which is between Tel Aviv and Herzliya. It is very modern and has only been open for 3 months. We were on the top floor and had amazing views of the beach. It was a fully equipped apartment which included cooktop and microwave. It included breakfast in the tariff. The Breakfast had very extensive choices. I found this hotel very good value and the decor was very chic and had all amenities you would want including slippers and bath robes. The location is 20 minutes by taxi from Tel Aviv and there are only 2 restaurants in the area so you would need to commute to Tel Aviv for nightlife or tourist attractions. I didn't mind as I was only there for 1 night. The only attraction in the area would be the Tzuk Beach, Ramat Aviv Shopping Precinct. and Tel Aviv University. I would highly recommend this hotel if you don't mind being out of Tel Aviv.