We stayed one night in the "studio" room. All the rooms are very nice, the host was very kind and helpful and the price is reasonable for a such a room in such a location. We had a very good experience.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included
Trieste is not like any hotel. It's a place that makes you feel relaxed and at peace. We really loved and enjoyed our stay at this place. The cleanliness and the beauty of the suite make this a beautiful environment. The host is very warm and made us feel very welcome. She was always available to help us with any questions or concerns. The suite is in a beautiful neighborhood with many options for restaurants and bars. We whole heartedly recommend Trieste for a wonderful vacation.
Location is truly everything. If you are a traveler who seeks out authentic boutique hotels in trendy neighborhoods away from the usual tourist destinations, Trieste is for you! I recommend room #2 with beautiful windows in iron French doors opening up to a sunny patio. There is a jacuzzi tub near the bed draped off from a and separate sitting room. You will love this room. Design details are funky and fun. If you prefer a standard shower take #3 which is the largest room (with a Bose quality stereo system for your iPod music) but all the windows face the street which is noisy and you have to keep the blinds closed for privacy - but it has great character and features a back patio/deck with kitchenette and bench area. Walk out the door into the small streets and alleyways of Neve Tzedek where you will find the best ice cream shops, wine bar (JaLa), Japanese Restaurant (Okinawa) and French Bakery (Dalal Bakery) in Tel Aviv. This is a great place to walk to the Suzanne Dellal Cultural Center, the newly renovated Old Railway Station and along the promenade overlooking the sea to the neighboring streets of Jaffa with its flea market and cafés - fast becoming the next trendy upscale small neighborhood. I think this is the most unique area of Tel Aviv and wouldn't stay anywhere else - it's a sort of Mediterranean version of the Bowery neighborhood in Manhattan. Love it!
thank you so much for being so kind. it was nice to meet you and honor to have you at Trieste suites. hope to meet you again soon!
We stayed 2 nights in the Trieste suites and had a great time. We are 2 adults and 2 kids (12 & 5) and stayed in the family suite. It is important to know that this is not technically a hotel but more like a studio apartment. We had room enough for all of us and an adorable outside sink area which led to a gate to the street. The neighborhood is the best in Tel Aviv in my opinion - very old and narrow and interesting. We had a great time walking around. The room itself was quirky but interesting - there is a swing in the middle of the room for example. The owner was very helpful with setting up a taxi to come get us at the airport and making restaurant recommendations. I would absolutely stay there again.
We only stayed for one night but what a wonderful night it was!! The suite is beautiful and not what you'd expect from the outside. The suite is clean, big, pampering and designed with great respect to the place's history.
We were welcomed by the lovely and helpful owner, sweets, coffee, tea, a big screen with satellite and of course the wonderful surrounding of Neve Zedek.
I would definitely stay at Trieste Boutique again!!
First, this is not a hotel. It is basically a vacation rental. There are three suites. We stayed in one that had an outdoor patio and a large Jacuzzi tub in the room. The room was quiet and comfortable. The suites are within walking distance of many excellent restaurants and cafes, including one directly across the street. When we arrived, the room was being cleaned. We called Odelia, and she instructed us in how to operate the code lock. We were driving, but were lucky enough to find street parking. There is also a paid lot very close by. There were candies on the table for us to enjoy.
The room had obviously been renovated and upgraded. The shower was in the room, above the Jacuzzi tub. Unfortunately, the placed the shower head at the place where the floor of the Jacuzzi slopes down, so it was hard to maintain balance. Not to mention no way to contain the water from the shower, and feeling a little odd showering in the bedroom.
Sometimes the descriptions on Booking.com make you think you are getting something other than what you are. If you are not put off by what this place isn't, you can really appreciate the charm of what it is.