I have stayed there for one night.
The room has very old furniture and appliances. The 20" TV was approx 15 years old with a dysfunctional remote. The room telephone was even older.
In their website the hotel is called "Rimonim Tel Aviv". Ramat Gan is definitely not Tel Aviv, it is one the suburbs of Tel Aviv. After 10 pm there is nothing to do outside or near the hotel, and the only option is to go to Tel Aviv.
The bed was fairly comfortable, as were the pillows.
The services awareness in the hotel is quite low- the doormen, the reception and in the restaurant.
Upon check-in they stated that there is a business lobby on the third floor with coffee, tea and fruits. There were none.
You can find better hotels with similar price in Tel Aviv next to the beach.
For business visits the hotel is located less than ten minutes from a main business center.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The ideal location for business person visiting Israel's center area. 98 units offer the hospitality of a spacious room or suite, fully equipped for the traveling businessman, which includes equipped kitchenette. Also available comfortable business meetings in the business lounge or seminars and events facilities. Also provided a pampering spa, modern health club, roof top pool (in summer) and easy excess to the business centers of Tel-Aviv and Diamond Bourse. ... more less
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