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|Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl|
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|"Very central and staff friendly."||(in 66 reviews)|
|"Perfect location and nice service."||(in 95 reviews)|
|"comfortable bed, good breakfast, nice staff"||(in 71 reviews)|
|"Terribly dirty rooms !"||(in 14 reviews)|
|"Terribly dirty rooms !"||(in 48 reviews)|
|"The room was dirty."||(in 49 reviews)|
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i liked the matress, and also the room was spaceous enough
lots of things: 1) there was literraly nowhere to hang your staff in the room. not only in the main room but also in the bathroom. where am i supposed to put my wet towel after using it? on the floor or on the chairs? what about my jacket? 2) the toilet door was broken. it could not close properly 3) the room was hot enough but the aircondition was pointing directly to the pillow area so you could feel the hot heat on your head when trying to sleep 4) the bathroom was the coldest one i have ever encountered in the 20 years that i travel. the window was in a really bad condition generally and it could not close entirely so there was always really cold air inside. especially when showering, it was like torture. 5) the breakfast, even though it was plentiful, it wasnt close to the western diet so there were actually only a couple of things that i could actually eat. however, thats just me, i am a little wierd in eating, so i would put a good grade for the breakfast. FOR THESE COMMENTS AND MORE, CHECK THE PHOTOS!
Room: the room was big and cosy, the bed was good and big, too. The bath was big with a Jacuzzi. But the bathroom was cold, no heating at all. Because the windows have no acoustic insulation at all, staying in the room is like living in a tent on the street. Because the hotel is located in the middle of the busiest area of Jerusalem, there are pubs, restaurants, disco everywhere and it is really loud up to 5am. So sleeping is very difficult. I.e. at 3:25am a high pressure road cleaning was starting with 3 trucks and 10 workers, yelling and shouting for 45min. Opposite of my room is a open air roof with public viewing and disco, on the street level is a other disco. I had a door in the room trough the next room. Same situation as with the window. EVERYTHING on the neighborhood was LOUD and CLEAR. Avery word and other activities...... Actually, there is a big construction work ongoing at the building. The location is like described, so you have the choice for party and action. If you need your brain next day, it will be very difficult. The breakfast is very good. The restaurant is not cosy..... Sometimes they have only plastic camping chairs in use. Except Shabat, you need to ask for fried egg, if you like, if somebody is present. Because I leaving much earlier every day, I got a breakfast box (you need to ask day before), feeding 2. In European standards, I would rate the hotel with a low 3*.
Se above in the statement. Parking is a problem, some parking lots around, 24h are 60LIS. In the booking com advertisement, they offer a shuttle service from airport TelAviv. But if you ask for, you will not get any answer. Same if you ask for refund, because you have to leave 3 days earlier. Internet access is switched off on Friday and Saturday because Shabat!
The location could not better. Walk to everything and parking a half block away. Breakfast was plentiful and fresh.
The hotel in general is a bit run down and in need of a facelift, which they seem to be doing. The lobby is not conducive to sitting and relaxing. The staff accommodated our several complaints, as numerous little things here and there needed fixing. We switched rooms after being awoken at 6:00 AM by construction right outside our window. It was relatively inexpensive compared to other hotels in the immediate area, so I guess you get what you pay for.
Location was great. Close to transportation, food, shopping and within walking distance to the old town. Best breakfast with good variety. Friendly and helpful staff.
Hallways and carpeting are old and in dire need of replacement. Elevator needs updating. No WiFi on Shabbat.
It was extremely neglected and dirty. The breakfast was not fresh and the smell in the lobby for breakfast was unbearable since the door to the bathroom was open. I had to run out as soon as possible. Horrible experience.
With a stay at Shani Hotel in Jerusalem (Jerusalem City Centre), you'll be steps from Ben Yehuda Street and 11 minutes by foot from Machane Yehuda Market. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center and a meeting room. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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- Mahane Yehuda Market 0.7 km
- Jaffa Gate 1 km
- Tower of David 1.1 km
- Church of the Holy Sepulchre 1.1 km
- Garden Tomb 1.2 km
- Via Dolorosa 1.3 km
|Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Intl||40.1 km|
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