The hotel is on a noisy street, so try and nab a room away from the street. The hotel also hosts lots of parties (noisy) on the 8th floor, so there is a lot of traffic in and out of the hotel at all hours. The rooms are fine, spacious with a kitchenette and seating area. No pool. They are adding a spa on the ground floor, and the hotel is gearing towards the 'boutique' genre. The breakfasts are substantial served in a beautiful restaurant on the 7th floor, with an open patio with views of the sea. The hotel is close to the old port and there are great restaurants nearby. The reception staff is amiable, but not knowledgeble enough about basic things like bus routes, and at times the front desk is understaffed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Alexander Tel Aviv Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel that provides a warm, professional and personal hospitality experience with world leading standards, unique trendy suites elegantly designed to offer ultimate pampering luxury. All this to provide our guests with the perfect hospitality experience.Our 70 beautifully designed Suites offer the height of luxury and our attention to detail begins with the design and extends to the warm, friendly, courteous and professional service we strive to deliver.The hotel combines prime location, luxurious design and a contemporary environment. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Alexander Tel Aviv