The DIAGHILEV LIVE ART boutique hotel: the real de
Posted Aug 26, 2016 on Hotels
So many hotels describe themselves as "boutique" and even "art," but this time the words were apt. The lobby is light and airy and the walls are adorned with local art. My son [who was not a guest] and I were treated to beverages in the cafe adjoining the reception area. My suite was beautifully furnished and the bathroom was a real spa, which included organic toiletries made in a workshop by differently-abled workers in Jerusalem. The closet is well-organized, as is the "kitchenette", whose fridge contained a large bottle of orange juice and another of water. The dishes and cutlery are stylish and plentiful. You cannot cook in the kitchen, but a take-out meal from the near-by restaurants could have been served. The reception staff is friendly and well-informed. I'm looking forward to my next stay.