Hotels Near Calma In Ashdod

5/5Perfect11 Reviews
1.31km from Calma
Very close to the beach, the simple breakfast was not bad, and I took the initiative to add a bed. If you bring a child, it is recommended to go to a nearby hotel for more comfort and better visibility.
FromUS$171
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.48km from Calma
I wanted to take my 9.5-year-old and 7-year-old on a short vacation near the sea. I was looking for beaches that would be relatively uncrowded - not easy to find in August, but we achieved it. The hotel is directly across the street from the beach, though it's another couple of minutes of walking to get to beach with a lifeguard. We got a room upgrade, and we had a gorgeous, beach front balcony with a beautiful view of the sea, which was even more beautiful at sunset. Even during Corona Times, the breakfast buffet was great. They put out little individual dishes of cheeses and fish, small containers of dairy and non-dairy items. Fresh, made-to-order omelets were still available, as were many other traditional Israeli breakfast items. Drinks, pastries, and eggs were behind a rope, and there were staff people there to ensure safe handling. Truly the best thing about the hotel, was the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. Every staff person smiled and asked how things were, whether we had everything we needed, or if they could do something for us. It was so pleasant to not feel like I was interrupting someone from their paperwork when I wanted to ask a question. Literally from the moment of arrival until they were helping us take our luggage to our taxi on the way out, they were kind and helpful. Absolutely fabulous staff! I highly recommend this hotel, and we are definitely keeping it on our list for future trips.
FromUS$234
3.4/510 Reviews
5.47km from Calma
I stayed in the Leonardo plazza Ashdod as a part of the large group of co-workers, and it was mostly a disapointment. Our group usually takes holidays in the off season, but in a good hotels, and until this time things were going pleasant for us. Arrival to the Leonardo plazza brought first signs of indifference we will face too often later on. After receiving our key cards and going up to the rooms most of us discovered that the cards won't work. Going down took some time (busy elevators ) and the receptionist claimed it was a technical error , nothing special . No words of apologies were heard from him. The cards were fixed and worked fine. Next surprise came when the smokers between us discovered that there isn't a place for them to smoke ( rooms don't have balconies and under the threat of 700NIS fine for smoking in the room nobody dare to blow the smoke out of the window). The balconies for smoking were mentioned in the instructional visitor page we reviewed with the key cards. The was only one such place open , beside the dining room and it was very uncomfortable regarding a light drizzle. Our evening meal was way below the Israeli hotels standards of the same caliber regarding the choice of the dishes , specially meat . Poor choice it was. As if this wasn't enough , everyone who browsed meat dishes had to pass by a person standing by the plates without any particular reason and looking around strictly. His pose was unfriendly and he had no ID tag. Some of the staff were more friendly and helpful . Next morning we had an early start at 6:00 am and to our great discomfort discovered that there is no hot water in the shower. This was discussed later and those of us who took time to let the tepid water flow on reported that after about of 20 minutes of consta flowing the water turned into bearably hot. The breakfast was better then the last night meal and no trouble came our way on the check out. On the bright side - the rooms were clean and the location of the hotel is quite interesting. But the main impression is that it isn't worth the price and the Leonardo tag. Such a pity
FromUS$144
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
11.53km from Calma
We initially stayed here for one night to attend a wedding at nearby Kvutzat Yavneh and returned to spend the last night of our trip as the hotel is about a 35 minute drive, in rush hour, to Ben Gurion airport. The staff was incredibly helpful - for us Marina in particular. There is a bar and a small rooftop pool that was quite refreshing on the 28 degree C day we were there. The rooms were quite comfortable, though be aware that some of the "balconies" are not "private" and are open to outdoor stairs and the balconies for other rooms. lastly, we had the breakfast buffet one morning, but the other morning there was no buffet and to say the food did not stop coming is an understatement.
FromUS$237
3.5/510 Reviews
16.74km from Calma
I recommend this hotel for business travelers to Ashkelon. I’ve just finished a 5-week stay at the hotel and had an enjoyable stay. I stayed on the 8th floor and had a comfortable room with a good view. The bed pillows are a bit too thick for my use but I was able to adjust to this. The hotel dining is good. The breakfast buffet and dinner are worth the price and provide a wide selection of food. The hotel also offers a business lounge for business travelers. I did not use this during my recent stay but have used during my past stays and found it worth the additional cost. The hotel staff is helpful and friendly and work to fix any problems and provide the guests an enjoyable stay. The only difficulty I experienced during my stay is the hotel parking is a bit limited and I found it easier to park in the street on several days. I do plan to stay at this hotel in the future and I consider it to be my ‘home’ when I visit Ashkelon.
FromUS$127

Hotels Near Calma In Ashdod Review

4.1/510 Reviews
I wanted to take my 9.5-year-old and 7-year-old on a short vacation near the sea. I was looking for beaches that would be relatively uncrowded - not easy to find in August, but we achieved it. The hotel is directly across the street from the beach, though it's another couple of minutes of walking to get to beach with a lifeguard. We got a room upgrade, and we had a gorgeous, beach front balcony with a beautiful view of the sea, which was even more beautiful at sunset. Even during Corona Times, the breakfast buffet was great. They put out little individual dishes of cheeses and fish, small containers of dairy and non-dairy items. Fresh, made-to-order omelets were still available, as were many other traditional Israeli breakfast items. Drinks, pastries, and eggs were behind a rope, and there were staff people there to ensure safe handling. Truly the best thing about the hotel, was the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. Every staff person smiled and asked how things were, whether we had everything we needed, or if they could do something for us. It was so pleasant to not feel like I was interrupting someone from their paperwork when I wanted to ask a question. Literally from the moment of arrival until they were helping us take our luggage to our taxi on the way out, they were kind and helpful. Absolutely fabulous staff! I highly recommend this hotel, and we are definitely keeping it on our list for future trips.
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FromUS$234
5/511 Reviews
Very close to the beach, the simple breakfast was not bad, and I took the initiative to add a bed. If you bring a child, it is recommended to go to a nearby hotel for more comfort and better visibility.
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FromUS$171
3.4/510 Reviews
I stayed in the Leonardo plazza Ashdod as a part of the large group of co-workers, and it was mostly a disapointment. Our group usually takes holidays in the off season, but in a good hotels, and until this time things were going pleasant for us. Arrival to the Leonardo plazza brought first signs of indifference we will face too often later on. After receiving our key cards and going up to the rooms most of us discovered that the cards won't work. Going down took some time (busy elevators ) and the receptionist claimed it was a technical error , nothing special . No words of apologies were heard from him. The cards were fixed and worked fine. Next surprise came when the smokers between us discovered that there isn't a place for them to smoke ( rooms don't have balconies and under the threat of 700NIS fine for smoking in the room nobody dare to blow the smoke out of the window). The balconies for smoking were mentioned in the instructional visitor page we reviewed with the key cards. The was only one such place open , beside the dining room and it was very uncomfortable regarding a light drizzle. Our evening meal was way below the Israeli hotels standards of the same caliber regarding the choice of the dishes , specially meat . Poor choice it was. As if this wasn't enough , everyone who browsed meat dishes had to pass by a person standing by the plates without any particular reason and looking around strictly. His pose was unfriendly and he had no ID tag. Some of the staff were more friendly and helpful . Next morning we had an early start at 6:00 am and to our great discomfort discovered that there is no hot water in the shower. This was discussed later and those of us who took time to let the tepid water flow on reported that after about of 20 minutes of consta flowing the water turned into bearably hot. The breakfast was better then the last night meal and no trouble came our way on the check out. On the bright side - the rooms were clean and the location of the hotel is quite interesting. But the main impression is that it isn't worth the price and the Leonardo tag. Such a pity
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FromUS$144