Sheraton Moriah Tel Aviv

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Hayarkon 155, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 63453, Israel
Herods Hotel Tel Aviv
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502
Very Good
19%
149
Average
9%
77
Poor
4%
32
Terrible
2%
21

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Sheraton Moriah

by whodunit about Sheraton Moriah

A beautiful beach view from many of the rooms of this standard Sheraton on the Tayellet on Hayarkon. The service is standard, room is blah, but the view...I'm staying on the 5th floor which allows me to get a great view of the beach and the ocean - it's dreamy at worst. There is no shortage of people watching from my low-floor room. The beds are very low and barely sleepable. It's an inexpensive way to stay on the beach compared to the other brand hotels in the area but still in the $150/night range for mid-end April. The view. Breakfast is decent - the typical Israeli hotel spread. The room is clean. I have NO ALARM CLOCK in the room.

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The Alexander Hotel

by tetrisfan

This hotel is one of the few still available during Passover. Does anyone know about it, or stayed there?

We had some experience with hotels which looked much better on the web, than in close up...

Your input will be appreciated.

Rachel

RE: The Alexander Hotel

by g.l.s.h

Did you check with the hotels directly of only with your local travel agent???

I say this every year this scenario repeats: the systems foreign travel agents work on, show all hotels to be fully booked, while in reality they are not!!!3

I checked now with several hotels who were actually available:

Sheraton Moriah & City tower (different hotels) 972-3-5216666

Shalom Howard Johnson (nice rooms, good location) - 972-3-5243277

Yamit Park Plaza - 972-3-5197111

Vital (new business hotel, not far the TLV museum of arts) 972-3-7770000

I gues there are many more still available.

Good luck

End of August with small kids - Eilat or Tiberias/the north?

by nombody

We will be traveling in Israel at the end of August. We're trying to decide between Eilat or Tiberias and the North. If we go to Eilat we'll be at the Herod's Palace. In Tiberias and the North we would stay at the Sheraton Moriah Tiberias. In terms of the full amount of things one could do over a three day trip and with three kids (Age 5, 3, and 1.5) would we have a better time in Eilat or up north?

Can anyone give a comparison of the weather between the two? Obviously Eilat is very hot and dry, but we've been told that there is a nice breeze and it cools down at night. We've also been told that the Tiberias area is slightly less hot, but much more humid, and it stays hot at night, with very little breeze.

We would be driving to either location from Jerusalem.

RE: End of August with small kids - Eilat or Tiberias/the north?

by Bregman

Tiberias is almost as hot as Eilat. If you want a cooler weather you should stay on the mountains above Tiberias. Like in Zefat or one of the little places in the Galilee mountains.

RE: End of August with small kids - Eilat or Tiberias/the north?

by ramot418

Eilat is hotter than Tiberias, and doesn't really cool off at night - and I don't remember any 'night breezes'.

As Bregman suggested, why stay in Tiberias itself if you want cooler weather? The Sea of Galilee is the hottest spot in the north. Since distances are so small in the Galilee, you can stay higher up, preferably in Safed (Zefat), where you may need a light sweater in the evening.

Driving to Tiberias is is probably best via Route #6 (toll road). It should take about 2 hours. OTOH, if you feel like going through the Jordan Valley, Route #90 is also an option. Takes slightly less time. and much less traffic.

RE: End of August with small kids - Eilat or Tiberias/the north?

by asafk

you may find a lot of nice places, around tiberias- here:
http://www.weekend.co.il/Default.aspx?lang=EN

the weather in tiberias is very hot, and very humid, and the air don't move.
Eilat is as hot (and even hotter) but not as humid, and the evening breeze is nice (but you can't count on it)
there's a lot to do around both places.
The sea is much better in Eilat.

Asaf.

RE: End of August with small kids - Eilat or Tiberias/the north?

by gilabrand

If you're going to these hotels, you will have airconditioning at night, so what's the difference if it cools down or not. With kids that age, I doubt you'll be outside at night anyway. Both places are hot in August, but Tiberias is sticky hot.

RE: End of August with small kids - Eilat or Tiberias/the north?

by roypeled

Mu guess is the kids will enjoy Eilat more, it has more attractions to offer. Both places are hot, and Tiberias is indeed stickier. In terms of the hotels, Herod's palace is a major advantage over the Tiberias Moriah or any other Tiberias hotel. Go for Eilat.

Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo

A Beautiful Building

by Jackiekg

Buses No. 5, 12, 26 to Rothschild; or Bus No. 4 to corner of Allenby Rd. Numbers start from Allenby end.

This building is situated at 13 Rothschild Blvd. just past the corner of Herzl Street. It was built in the 1920's. The building used to be a branch of Bank Mizrachi.

Go to my travelogue on architecture to see more old/beautiful buildings.

God Save The Queen!

by Jackiekg

This large picture suddenly appeared on the side of the British Embassy building in Tel Aviv, corner Hayarkon/Jabotinsky Streets. As I am a great fan of the Queen, it is very much to my liking. It shows the head of the Queen in the middle of a 'hamsa'.
Below is what I found written on a web site explaining what a 'hamsa is'.
"The hamsa hand (Arabic) or hamesh hand (Hebrew) is an old and still popular apotropaic amulet for magical protection from the envious or evil eye. The words hamsa and hamesh mean "five" and refer to the digits on the hand. An alternative Islamic name for this charm is the Hand of Fatima, in reference to the daughter of Mohammed. An alternative Jewish name for it is the Hand of Miriam, in reference to the sister of Moses and Aaron".
Hamsot are very popular here and you will find them in many shops and in many forms, either as wall hangings or jewellery.
Now for tfu.. This word is more difficult to explain, but I'll try. If you say, for example , "he's looking good, tfu, tfu, tfu" - you are saying "he's looking good, and let him stay that way (to do with the evil eye).

Passover (Pesach) 2004

by Jackiekg

Passover (Pesach) is the 8 day observance commemorating the freedom and exodus of the Israelites (Jewish slaves) from Egypt during the reign of the Pharaoh Ramses II.
It is a time for family gatherings and lavish meals called Seders when the story of Passover is retold through the reading of the Haggadah. With its special foods, songs, and customs, the Seder is the focal point of the Passover celebration. During Passover we eat only unleavened bread (matzot) - although it is possible for people to buy bread and pittot - usually in Yafo. I would say that the majority of people keep to matzot.
A lot of people only work half days during this Holiday, although some businesses do close down and their employers have to take part of their yearly holiday at this time. As you can see in the photo, this is also a time for picnics and many people take mangels with them to the parks. Bridge is very popular here and my friends are shown concentrating on their game. My boyfriend is shown "taking time out!"

Walk and Rest

by Trillian2005

Walking in Yarkon Park is always a pleasant activity. The park follows the Yarkon river, hence its name "Yarkon Park". Yarkon Park allows you to walk from Tel Aviv all the way to Ramat Gan (and back, if you're so inclined, or vice versa). But I'm getting side-tracked. Walking for a long time, especially next to a river, will, sooner or later, inspire you to visit a certain facility, where you may rest for a little while, a facility commonly referred to as "toilet". And in Yarkon Park you're in for a treat. Visiting a Yarkon Park toilet is a must (pun not intended). You will be impressed by and marvel at the colorful, modern post-Hundertwasser design of the toilets in that park. And what's even better, if you must go, paying an admission fee is not a must. In other words, visiting those beautiful restrooms is free, including admiring their artful interior design. Picture taking permitted - well, of the design, but preferably not of other visitors, especially not while they must.

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Address: Hayarkon 155, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 63453, Israel