This place is centrally located, across from the Yamit Plaza Hotel, and a block from the U.S. Embassy. A short walk to the beach (just across the street) or most of the major sight seeing places in Tel-Aviv/Jaffa. Rates are pretty good (with an AARP discount for us old folks). I did not care that they did not offer any breakfast, I had plenty of fun finding nice coffee shops/bakeries to have a light breakfast. On the days that I wanted to eat in, there is a kitchenette with a small refridgerator and toaster over (plates, etc. included in the room too). I was able to buy some breakfast stuff in one of the many small convenience stores near the hotel and have my own Israeli breakfast (for around $3.00 instead of $30.00 in the major hotels). The cleaning staff even washed the dishes for me! For the $80.00 a night that it cost me (September, 2005), this was a great place to stay. Only 30 rooms in the place, so it fills up fast!
Unique Quality: Very friendly staff at the front desk, willing to help with directions, places to see, etc. By the middle of my stay they even called me by my first name!!!!!! I did not make use of the jacuzzi on the roof of the hotel. I did make use of their computer in the "lounge"! Email was slow, but you can't complain about something you get for nothing. Lounge was never open for dirinks when I was there. The lounge is hidden on the second floor, I came across it by accident.
Directions: In the hotel district on Hayarkon St. Walking distance to Dizengoff, Carmel Market, Jaffa, beaches, etc.
I couldn t handle the TV satellite stuff mostly in hebrew.
I went down to have a breakfast and there were no staff at the breakfast room. i had to ask the reception to send somebody to the breakfast to be served. In the morning i hate that.
Otherwise, good king size bed. Nevertheless i was suspicious with A/C, i had the feeling i was sick because of A/C....
Small view on the beach. Almost nothing
Has anyone stayed at or heard of the 'Alexander All Suites Hotel?' It's location is listed as 'North Tel Aviv' which is where I would like to stay. I'm looking for accomodations with kitchenette. I've read good things about the Best Western Regency Suites. Any info about this type of lodging would be helpful.
You can see the hotel site at http://www.alexander.co.il. The location is a little remote but in Tel-Aviv it's not really a problem as the city is quite small. There are plenty of suites hotels in Tel-Aviv. This one looks fancy, you could probably find something cheaper if you are interested.
its a nice from the inside but from the out side it looks like a hospitel
the area is good next to ""mezizim-beach"" and the old port of tel aviv which become a great turisem point in tel aviv , but i think that there are more chepper and good places i will look for somthing and i will tell you .
welcome to tel aviv
Thank you so much for your reply. I will check out the web site.
Im staying at the BWRS. Its $100 pernight after Feb 28, it has a kitchenette.
56 Mazeh Street, Tel Aviv 65789, Israel
1 Zamenhoff Street, Dizengoff Circle, Tel Aviv-Yafo
86 Ha - Yarkon St., Tel Aviv, 63903, Israel
216 Hayarkon St, Tel Aviv, 63405, Israel
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Address: 80 Hayarkon Street, P.O. Box 3218, Tel Aviv, 63432, Israel