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The Norman Tel Aviv
4.5/533 Reviews

The Norman Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv City Center Tel Aviv|0.94km from Helena Rubinstein Pavilion (Habimah Square)
With a stay at The Norman Tel Aviv, you'll be centrally located in Tel Aviv, within a 15-minute drive of Gordon Beach and Rothschild Boulevard. This family-friendly hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Building.Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as a 24-hour fitness center, a seasonal outdoor pool, and bicycles to rent. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless internet access, concierge services, and babysitting (surcharge).Enjoy Mediterranean cuisine at Alena, one of the hotel's 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of the room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary full breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Tel Aviv? This hotel has 301 square feet (28 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and limited parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 50 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring minibars and espresso makers. 40-inch flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
The David Kempinski Tel Aviv
4.2/558 Reviews

The David Kempinski Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv City Center Tel Aviv|1.25km from Helena Rubinstein Pavilion (Habimah Square)
A stay at The David Kempinski Tel Aviv places you in the heart of Tel Aviv, within a 5-minute walk of Jerusalem Beach and Ben Yehuda Street. This family-friendly hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Gordon Beach and 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Frishman Beach.Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You're sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, a sauna, and a 24-hour fitness center. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless internet access, concierge services, and babysitting (surcharge).At The David Kempinski Tel Aviv, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Relax with a refreshing drink at the bar/lounge, the poolside bar, or one of 3 beach bars. A complimentary full breakfast is served on weekdays from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM.Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center and 10 meeting rooms. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 250 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and espresso makers. Your bed comes with down comforters and premium bedding. 55-inch Smart televisions with digital programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature deep soaking bathtubs and rainfall showerheads.
Dan Tel Aviv Hotel
4.1/559 Reviews

Dan Tel Aviv Hotel

Tel Aviv City Center Tel Aviv|1.25km from Helena Rubinstein Pavilion (Habimah Square)
I have recently had 2 short stays at both the Dan Tel Aviv and Dan Eilat hotels. These are both top of the range prestige hotels of the Dan group. I was amazed to find such a difference between these two supposedly 5 star hotels. Firstly I should point out that the cost of one night in the Dan Tel Aviv for bed and breakfast is only slightly less than 2 nights bed and breakfast plus buffet dinner and return flights by Arkia at the Dan Eilat. I think this confirms what many previous reviewers have suggested that the Dan Tel Aviv is priced too high. While on the subject of cost, it might be worthwhile noting that in the Dan Tel Aviv if you by mistake use a plastic bottle of water they charge an exorbitant price whereas the glass bottles of water are free; at the Dan Eilat the plastic bottles are free. The Dan Tel Aviv no longer provides free newspapers; the Dan Eilat does. I was very surprised that the Dan Tel Aviv has no blankets or duvets in the room. We had to request two; they only delivered one and we had to request a second one. Quality five star hotels normally have something in the rooms during the cold weather. The Dan Eilat is very well staffed compared to the Dan Tel Aviv. For instance, there were 4-5 clerks at reception at the Dan Eilat but only one at Dan Tel Aviv. Some would say that comparisons are odious but I would suggest that the comparisons I have outlined of these 2 suposedly first class hotels, the Dan Eilat is far superior to the Dan Tel Aviv.Maybe the manager of the Dan Tel Aviv should visit the Dan Eilat to see how to manage a prestige hotel efficiently.The ''Best of the best” rating for the Dan Eilat is fully warranted whereas the Dan Tel Aviv is a long way off achieving this honoured status. Years ago the Dan Tel Aviv used to offer a daily first class business lunch. They stopped offering this after a 50% increase in price killed the demand. They also used to offer a splendid Saturday lunch which they have also stopped. I sincerely hope that my review may encourage the management to follow the example of their sister hotel and improve the service and value that they offer their customers.

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Poli House a Member of Brown Hotels
4.3/572 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
First off, religious Jews should make sure not to stay here! When I checked in on Friday I asked the front desk for a metal key to use on Shabbat. It took her a while to find it, but she gave it to me. Before Shabbat began I ran an errand and when I returned to the hotel, I noticed that I needed to use my key card to swipe in. (This is presumably for security, as the front desk is located on the rooftop and there is really nothing going on on the entrance level.) I returned to the front desk and asked the woman there how to enter the hotel on Shabbat and she said that since I couldn't swipe, I could ring the bell. As a Shabbat-observant Jew I can't use either the electric key card or the electric doorbell on Shabbat, and I told her that. She told me ”well then you'll just have to find someone to ring for you.” Shabbat-observant Jews also won't ask someone to do something on Shabbat that they can't do themselves, so I had to wait outside the hotel for a very long time upon returning on Friday night and Saturday afternoon, until someone else came along who was going inside. More generally, there were a couple of gross cleanliness moments. I found a huge cockroach in my shower one morning. I also came back one evening to find the bathmat neatly folded, but sitting in the sink, which was odd and kind of gross. Additionally, the water coming out of the shower smelled persistently sulfuric, which is weird given that Israel has great tap water. Finally, the blackout curtains in my room were stuck closed on one side, obstructing my view from the window and restricting the amount of light that comes into the room. Mid way through my stay, while I was trying to close the curtains on the other side, the dangling handle you use to move the curtain fell off. Rather than fixing it, the housekeeping staff just pushed it under the curtains, where it remained until the end of my stay. All in all, it wasn't a nightmare stay or anything like that. The location is good (though *loud*), and the rooftop pool/lounge is nice. Still, I will never stay here again, certainly not over Shabbat, and if you are a Shabbat observant Jew, you won't want to stay here either.
Center Chic Hotel - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
4.4/543 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
Recently discovered and now stayed for the 2nd time: A hidden jewel in a mega top location; cozy and very charming boutique hotel and cute decorated small but refined rooms and bathroom with spacious balcony overlooking the bustling Dizengoff square (with a huge choice of hip coffee places, restaurants and shops); soundproof (balcony) doors; very clean ; equipped with Nespresso machine, daily biscuits and bonbons -stocked minibar with (free) soft drinks. And a welcome bottle of wine. Great and extensive breakfast buffet and happy hour every afternoon on the roof terrace with delicious snacks ; Free bicycles and yoga offered; my thanks go to Kobi and his very professional and cordial team: Hamudi, Judith , Diana, Rosalyn, Awi, Vadym : and all others, as well as to the cleaning team!! their top service definitely contributed to my wonderful and carefree stay. No 5star hotel in Tel Aviv can compete with their amazing high quality of service! This hotel is from now on absolutely my home away from home!
Cinema Hotel - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
4.3/547 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
Beautifully renovated old Bauhaus style cinema centrally located on Dizengoff Circle. Easy to walk to the beach in 10 minutes and easy access to buses. Rooms smallish but well designed - ours had a balcony overlooking the Circle. Very comfortable bed and small but functional bathroom. Breakfast buffet was included served in a bright breakfast area. Very good choice of eggs, fruit, cheese, bread and pastries - ask for a fresh cappuccino. Friendly helpful staff. Happy hour in the roof deck includes complementary wine, champagne and snacks. Great way to end a busy afternoon or start the evenings activities. Loved the cinema theme throughout - would definitely come back!
Pixel Dizengoff Square - by Loginn
4.1/515 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
Very nice cozy hotel with highly helpful staff. The room is quite big. Awesome location near by all your needs and 10 mins walking distance from the beach
Olive the White House
3.6/517 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
We stayed here on 7th of April 2023. 6 guys. We loved almost everything: - we received all the rooms as soon as we arrived, quite early before the regular checkin time - the position of the hotel is very good, around 800m to the beach, 2 km to the Old Town and 2 km to the closest train station. - the price was also good for Tel Aviv in this period of time - around 130 USD/night - the rooms are clean and big enough. Some weak points but they were not big problems for us: - many rooms does not have balconies - the hotel does not offer breakfast - I understood that the hotel offers only double bed, not twin beds. - the furniture is nice but it is not anymore so shiny as in the pictures.
The Rothschild Hotel - Tel Aviv's Finest
4.5/569 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
Really disappointed. The hotel has a lot of historical “good reviews” but the reviews posted over the last couple of months give a true reflection of how poor this hotel is, especially through the eyes of a Business traveller. Major Cons - No breakfast service at the hotel (breakfast served outside of the hotel property in another property which is a 5Min walk from the hotel - No MiniBar or Complimentary Water in the room - TV in the room, but no English Channels (half the channels do not work) - No Room Service (in-room Dinning) at the hotel - No concierge Service or Front Desk Support - A/C is a disaster (AC ducts haven’t been cleared in a while > I was I’ll for 2 -Days and in the end end decided to turn it off before I got more I’ll). - No Taxi service available from the Hotel (unless your heading to the airport) - customer service is non existent - the walls are wafer thin. I was in room 29 and when laying in bed could here the room next door showering through the walls. Major Benefits - Good location (That’s it).

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