Although I took a room 'with private bathroom' (which was really a closet with a WC and a shower tray), the Sky is a hostel, not a hotel, so it's not fair to expect more than the basics. But just the basics would be fine, if a place is reasonably pleasant and cared for. The Sky, on the other hand, looks like they seeing how little they can actually spend on the joint before they close it down (or maybe it will just fall down). I couldn't really say how clean the room actually was, because everything was just so old, shabby and tatty. By any yardstick it's the most decrepit place that I've stayed in for many years, across five continents. But in the interests of balance, two positive things. Firstly, the location, just two streets back from the beach front. Second, the staff were quite helpful. But I'm astonished that some people rate the Sky as VG or even Excellent. Really?? If that's indeed a reflection of what you can expect from hotels and hostels in Tel Aviv, I'm just glad I only had one night to spend in the city.
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