The decor is very simple and boring. The room is tiny but unlike other boutique hotels in Tel Aviv there is nothing special about it - just a bed in an all-white room. Sparse furniture (see photos) and the window was facing a wall. Nothing that made it feel fancy or luxurious, I felt like I was in an air b&b. Breakfast is served at the EATS cafe which is very busy and you have to wait a long time to get your food and for a free table. The location is amazing, which is the big plus, but there are other hotels in the area which we enjoyed much more.
I order the suite for me and my wife anniversary. Two hours!!! Before check in the front desk called me and said the hotel is closed on weekdays. Obviously they waited for last moment so we cant cancel. Moved us to even worst hotel. We packed our bags and went back home. Never in my life i experienced such a bad service and hospitality. Next time in tel aviv skip this hotel
don't expect too much and you will not be disappointed.Very busy front desk, it is impossible to get proper service and in an intimate way. we received a lower level room than we booked and paid for, without being told in advance. over priced in general. Today
We visited for one night away from children, in the heart of the city... well, the location is good, near Carmel market, Shenkin and Ben Yehuda. Convenient walking distance from many of the city attractions. Building is renovated, but with some “slips”, examples from our room: the toilet was not well aligned, with some quite irritating angle when sitting on it... the fridge ( small) was occupied with the previous visitors salads ( and no, not fresh or anything you would like to eat) and the iron kept dripping water all over the floor... overall it seems like someone spent thinking and planning to make it welcoming , but didn’t invest enough in the finishes... other than that: Room are ok, bed is big, TV, espresso machine and complementary wine and water. We had small terrace which was nice, with hot tub which might one handy in case of warmer weather ( but for sure not the reason to stay at the room) Breakfast - you can choose out of 3 small coffee places ( on in the hotel and 2 more just across the street) - all nice , basic breakfast options , but not comparable to the big chains breakfast options. Bottom line - for sure not one of the best in Tel Aviv. If you ask me ( and I am local) - better and cheaper boutique hotels can be found ... price is quite high for this one, and you can get better value for money else where. …
Very cosy hotel in the center. Spacious balconies on the top floor, moreover there is a great rooftop terrace with jaccuzzi. Sparking wine and coffee you can enjoy everyday in the lobby ar roof top terrace. Very helpful and friendly staff. Great and very fresh breakfast in cafe EAT (ground floor of the hotel).