In the heart of it all!
Posted Jun 14, 2016
I chose the hotel because I wanted to experience Tel Aviv....and couldn't think of a better way than to stay in a Bauhaus building built in 1934 which carried the architectural theme throughout the hotel. Centrally located along elegant and leafy Rothschild street, the hotel couldn't be better located for access to trendy restaurants and rearby Neve Tsedek, as well as the late night clubbing of Florentin.
If you're in town for the beach, you may want to consider a hotel in the northwest of the city; however, with the complimentary use of the hotel's bikes and the extensive bike trail network around town, the beach was never more than 15 minutes away.
The staff were very friendly and accommodating. The lobby feels like a living room and the check in process and all staff interactions are almost like you're staying in someone's home as a guest. My room was more than 40 square meters so very spacious. Though it was a bit dark (as the windows looked out onto the walls of the adjoining building, it was very very quiet at all times during the day...I slept well in the comfortable bed (though would prefer firmer pillows).
Breakfast was served at either the attached restaurant or at another café 3 blocks away. I tried both during my visit just to add some variety.
The mini-bar was well stocked and the lobby offered complimentary wine, beer and juices. Over all, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel to family or friends visiting Israel.