Deborah is a budget hotel, 93 dollars/night. My room was very large and met my expectations, however the carpet seriously needs to be change.
Breakfast was brillant, a massive selection of fruits, cheese, traditional Israeli food. Their orange juice is very weak though.
Now the problem with this hotel is the service. They made me felt very unwelcome. When i checked- in, the guy was distant and did not crack a smike, never mind saying Hi or How are you?
Two members of staff were quite friendly and helpful but overall, the service could have been a lot better. Maybe it's because i travelled on my own but it made me feel like i was suspicious.
I recommand this hotel for an older clientele, not so much for younger people and definitely not for an honey moon. No offense but the fact the fact they have a jewish convention everyday and then on my last day something to do with ambulancemen, the atmosphere was very sinister and definitely not laid back. Reminded me of a funeral.
Not a bad hotel though, just doesn't make you feel welcome.
I was very happy with our choice of hotel for the final night in Tel Aviv. This high rise has very clean rooms and good amenities. We were given a room where you could see the ocean. Breakfast was included, and the selections were plentiful. Although this hotel is not directly on the beach, it is a very short walk a couple of blocks to get to it.
Unique Quality: This was obviously a well kept hotel. It is not a chain hotel, however it should meet the expectations of most people. I would stay here again.
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216 Hayarkon St, Tel Aviv, 63405, Israel
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