The Diaghilev

56 Mazeh Street, Tel Aviv 65789, Israel
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Exceptional value in the heart of Tel Aviv

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 22, 2011

It was my first time with friends in Tel Aviv and it was perfect-mainly due to lots of helpful hints from guest relations... Thank you guys again!
The Hotel:
nice, stylish boutique hotel in the middle of tel aviv just of Rothschild blvd.
The Rooms:
We had two suites (one got upgraded) next to each other with a terrace and AC. Little kitchenette, fridge, water boiling facility were included. Received a bottle of champagne as a welcome present-very nice. Rooms were spacious and clean, room service cleaned up nicely every day.
The Service:
Very helpful and friendly people at guest relations - we were happy to get assistance with bike & car rental, restaurants and places to go
out. Whatever problems and questions we had, we got helped right away! Overall exceptional service I would say!

Unique Quality: Big rooms and very friendly staff.

Directions: Just off Rothschild Blvd. in the Center.

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Hands down, the best place to stay in Tel Aviv!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 22, 2011

I stayed at The Diaghilev for 12 nights. To love a hotel after 12 nights is quite exceptional! I didn't want to leave, it was so comfortable, well appointed and located in the heart of Tel Aviv. First of all, it is one block off Rothschild Blvd., but on a quiet residential street. There are no big signs out in front, so you feel like you're living in a beautiful apartment (you actually are). The lobby and rooms are decorated beautifully with modern decor and original art. The rooms are not hotel rooms, they are apartments with separate bedrooms, living rooms with leather sofas and a kitchen. The beds are more comfortable than my Sleep Number bed at home....they are firm, but a very good kind of firm. I love the owner, Anat, and her staff. They are very upbeat and seem genuinely happy to see you, no matter how many times you pass through the lobby! No matter what hour you're hungry or thirsty, there are dozens of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs within a ten minute walk. There is also an upscale grocery store, In The City, about a block away. From now on, The Diaghilev is the only place I will stay in Tel Aviv.

Unique Quality: The modern decor and original art really sets The Diaghilev apart from the rest. When you walk in, you're really "wow-ed". I travel a lot and not easily impressed, but they did it here! Also, the location can't be beat....quiet residential street, but one block to Rothschild Blvd. And....the rooms are so big, you never feel like you're staying at a hotel. They are truly individual apartments. Although at first glance the price looks competitive to other hotels in Tel Aviv, it is an incredible value after you realize how much more you get here than at just a "room" in a hotel.

Directions: One block off Rothschild, ten minute walk to the Performing Arts Center, 20 minute walk to the beach.

TOP Location in Tel Aviv

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 18, 2011

Perfect location in Tel Aviv, no matter if your trip is for business or pleasure this is the place to be! Amazing lobby, it seems like a modern art museum... spacious and clean suites, very kind staff and you can reach every Tel Aviv's interesting point by walk (sea promenade, restaurants, shopping mall, etc...) Do not choose any other hotel in Tel Aviv!

Great hotel in downtown Tel Aviv

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 15, 2011

The Diaghilev is a great hotel located in a very nice area of downtown Tel Aviv, close to numerous restaurants. The rooms are large and comfortable, suitable for a longer stay.

Unique Quality: The hotel is also an art gallery, which is fun.

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One of Tel Aviv's finest

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 26, 2011

One of Tel Aviv's newest and finest hotels.

Over the past few years, Tel Aviv has seen a plethora of new hotels that are contemporary and targeting the non-organised tours market - independent travellers and business people who want individuality and style. The Diaghilev is the newest and one of the city's best and located in a beautifully restored Art Deco building.

Independently owned, the beauty of The Diaghilev is that is has been designed by people who travel, using their experience in the layout and design of the hotel.

Rooms have space - they're not cupboards with a bed and little else. Spread over six floors, there are different sizes available. Suites on 5th and 6th floors have a decent sized balcony (the room I was in as an end suite on the 5th floor had two), huge living areas, kitchen facilities, well-stocked bathrooms and bedrooms that have complete blackout facilities (and black sheets) for complete relaxation and uninterrupted sleep.

And staff of the hotel are efficient and incredibly friendly.

Unique Quality: There are many unique aspects to the hotel and many that others have but The Diaghilev do very well.

The foyer (and mezzanine) is a gallery space, with exhibitions changing monthly. Art work is exhibited throughout the hotel including rooms and changing regularly (it's also for sale).

Breakfasts (at the moment - plans are to change) are not served at the hotel but by voucher at 3 nearby cafes, including Benedicts (corner of Rothschild and Allenby, about 10 minutes walk away), which serves the best breakfasts in the city. (Beauty is that the voucher can be used at any time of the day!).

Mazeh Street is a quiet residential street but close to some of the best restaurants and cafes as well as the vibrant Rothschild Street. A few minutes further afield are the Mann Auditorium (IPO), Habimah Theatre and cinematheque in one direction, Neve Tzedek in the other direction.

Rooms/suites are thoughtfully designed, contemporary in appearance and extremely comfortable. Unusually, American power points are available in rooms, Wi-Fi is free and pod coffee is provided (not just sashes of instant).

It's a hotel that is highly recommended and I would certainly return (I did, in July 2012)

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