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Art Gallery Hotel Haifa
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Reviewed 15 June 2013

Everything about our stay here was fantastic-- great service from the helpful staff, a wonderful breakfast, unique not-cookie-cutter rooms, good location, comfortable beds. A great and economical place to stay on any visit to Haifa.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Marc B
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Reviewed 28 May 2013

I was staying at the Gallery Hotel during a big project our company was working on.
The service was very good and worm. A nice little "quiet & homely" boutique hotel was just what we needed.

At our second day we had a big crisis with our project and needed to open an "operations room" in order to contain the situation. Luckily the hotel crew came through and helped us by letting us use whatever hotel resource we needed (computers, phones etc.).

There is no dough in my mind that the Gallery Hotel crew and I will meet again on my next Haifa project.

Room Tip: Choose a back room
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 25 May 2013

The Art Gallery is a breathtaking hotel based on a very unique concept.
Everything was simply excellent from A to Z. Starting with a fair price to a stirring adventure of art.
The Bauhaus building is well maintained, the galleries are stunning and delivers a great atmosphere and interest.
The staff were more than friendly.
The room was super clean and very well decorated with antique furniture that matches the hotel style.
in summery: me and my wife had a wonderful time in the Are Gallery and there's no doubt we'll come back many more!

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Fiorentina26
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Reviewed 6 May 2013

Despite the mid-city Hadar section of the beautiful city of Haifa having gone into somewhat of disrepair in the last decade, this boutique hotel is a gem at the corner of Hertzel and Arlozorof.
Walking distance to bottom of Bahai steps, German Colony, and Neviim Carmelit station.
The standard room was comfortable, with safe, fridge, coffee maker, bath/shower. The art throughout the hotel lived up to it's name as the Gallery hotel, there was a small exercise room at the top floor, and a spa treatment room. The best physical feature of the hotel was the rooftop balcony with a sweeping view overlooking the Mediterranean sea and the hills of the Galilee.
The cold breakfast on the Sabbath was excellent with plenty of olives/cheeses/tuna and baked goods for this traveler. The service was excellent, with the waitress attentive to every need.
Housekeeping was good, and management very friendly and inviting.
I would recommend this hotel for a stay in the midtown area.
My stay was over the Sabbath, so that lack of Egged bus traffic on my Herzl facing room would explain the peace and quiet.

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled solo
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Thank jzahavi
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Reviewed 25 April 2013

Room was clean, staff was very friendly. Two comments. Even with the windows closed the noise of the buses could be heard. The neighborhood, Hadar, has really declined in the last few decades. It is improving slowly but it will take time. That affects the visitors at the hotel.

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank chaim01
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