Marina Tel-Aviv Hotel

167 Hayarkon Street, (formerly Mercure), Tel Aviv, 61032, Israel
(4 star hotel)
#21
Rank 21 of 90 hotels
in Tel Aviv-Yafo
Terrible (1.0 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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IF YOU WANT TO SLEEP DONT STAY HERE!!!

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 6, 2011

At first glance the pictures of this hotel and the location will appeal to you, BUT I ASSURE YOU NOT ALL THAT GLITTERS IS GOLD....If sleep deprivation is what you are after, and want stay here!!!!

This "HOTEL"has an all night CLUB on the open top roof, (due to the openness, the sound on the roof carries throughout the whole hotel) and the club covers the whole pool area and the entire expanse of the hotel roof.

The hotel has an agreement with some charming individual, to bring in turntables and DJ's and play LOUD rave music from 7pm till 2am weekdays, and much later at the weekends. The club operates 7 nights a week so you can even kiss your Monday night sleep goodbye!!!! Another thing you can kiss goodbye, any quiet evening cocktails by the pool, unless you enjoy sharing your space with large groups of non-hotel guests who like to drink, take drugs and party all night long!

At night when the club on the roof kicks off, and the music drives you insane (and assure me it will), you may think to close your window, but sadly the walls will vibrate to the constant bass that is so loud ear plugs dont help. You will then sit awake till the party dies down at 3am and the drunk/drugged partiers and prostitutes, who frequent the club leave, (by the way none of them even stay in the hotel they wonder the halls and make noise). Be sure you lock your door and keep your belongings in close view as the prostitutes and ravers who are high on drugs and booze wander the halls, throw things off the roof and yell and scream (not sure if the music or them where worse)

Dont bother calling the front desk, they dont care as the staff have been told not to do anything. The hotel has an agreement in place where they are given money for the renting out of the pool to the club owners and its much more money than your hotel room booking.....and if you do complain like us, you can forget any kind of apology for robbing you of your sleep, they dont care trust us, they only want your money and on check in dont tell you that you to will indirectly be joining the party EVERY NIGHT........7 days a week till the wee hours of the morning......with the cream of society!

Unique Quality: hookers, ravers, drugs and alcohol!

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Nice view to Mediterranean Sea

by written on June 2, 2007

I didn´t stay st this hotel but in one of my walks I passed by and I asked for prices.
It has 160 rooms and nearby to the beach.
The double room + breakfast, costs around 91 euro.

Unique Quality: Very close to the beach.
Nice views to the Mediterranean Sea.

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Marina Tel-Aviv Hotel

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

  • Mercure Tel Aviv
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Address: 167 Hayarkon Street, (formerly Mercure), Tel Aviv, 61032, Israel

Amenities at Marina Tel-Aviv Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Shuttle Service
  • Bar / Lounge

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