The Maxim Hotel

86 Ha - Yarkon St., Tel Aviv, 63903, Israel
(3 star hotel)
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Best (5.0 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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Reaonably priced accomodations

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 4, 2008

Both times I visited Tel-Aviv (2003, 2005), I stayed at this small, clean and comfortable hotel. It is not a Hilton but offers a great location, decent price and good value. For around USD100 (in 2005) I got a comfortable double room, delicious Israeli buffet breakfast and good service. The facility is located across from the beach and is within walking distance to many attractions, restaurants and shopping. It has recently been refurbished quite nicely, too.

Unique Quality: Some rooms offer a sea view; great location.

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Probably a good hotel - Maxim

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 3, 2008

Stayed there for 3 nights in Feb. 2008. I book a single and was given a true single room with a very small bed (was enough though), european style.
The hotel staff was nice and helpful and they provided me with free map of TA Yafo. The premises are clean and well maintained.
Internet station is available but is charged 15 NIS for 24 H. It seems that wireless is free !
I paid 60 USD the first 2 nights and then 65 USD for the third. In fact, the third night was from 1st to 2nd of March and with March start the peak season and therefore an increase in price.
Breakfast was included and was decent but not fancy. Rollmops lover with be happy !!!
Basic free tea time is served (self service) everyday from 5 to 6 pm.

Unique Quality: Location is fine, opposit the US embassy.
Helpful staff
Clean
Breakfast

Directions: Hayarkon, opposit US embassy.
Few meter away from the beach
To there from central bus station, take the Sheeroot N° 4 and ask the driver to drop you at Beity EL AL, go west (sea/beach direction) one block and you are on Hayarkon.

Nicest people, very accommodating

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 9, 2006

I am staying in Tel Aviv for over a month to study locally. I chose to stay at the Hotel Maxim based on the online description. I have to say I am more than happy with my accomodations. The rooms are somewhat small (typical of the area however) but the service here is wonderful. No matter who you speak to, the staff, the guests, anyone they are all incredibly nice. I have met wonderful people during my stay. No matter what the issue, the staff will do anything in their power to accomodate me. It is wonderful.

Unique Quality: Free internet if you have your own wireless computer. That is not the case in most of the hotels in the area. The hotel is also right across from the Promenade on the beach. The breakfast is good and the staff is very nice and caring and accommodating. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone.

Directions: On Hayarkon between Bogroshav and Allenby.

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Where Israelis stay for best value

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 29, 2006

I was grateful to find this little boutiques style hotel. It is right across from the beach and near everything. The place is quaint, family run, with breakfast served in the lobby--excellent and included in the cheap price of $60 a night! It is almost acrossed the street from the US Embassy, and 3 blocks or so from the truly fabulous Carmel shuk--the best shuk in Israel. The beach promenade leads you to every major place you would want to go in TA, and also down the way to Jaffa and it's shops and fleamarkets. After a long flight fro NY, it was a relief to sleep and catch up before exploring Israel. The restraunt across the street overlooking the beach is open 24 hours and is extraordinary.

Unique Quality: Small boutique place many repeat visitors from Israel and Europe use. A little gem.

Directions: Tell the cabbie to take you to the US Embassy or Mike's Place. They both face the hotel across the street. The cabbies didn't know the place, but they knew where MIke's Place is--everyone does!

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Small, comfi and near the sea

by written on July 31, 2005

This hotel is a small one and i think the rooms are relatively samll as well but its a real comfortable one and situated just in the center of Tel Aviv in paralel to the promanade.(If you ask me i think its a great location !)
About the rooms, I think that many of the rooms are watching the sea as well.
Prices are not so expensive and its definitely worth to be checked.
Their website is comfortable so take a look and check it.

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Address: 86 Ha - Yarkon St., Tel Aviv, 63903, Israel

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