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Friday, December 28, 2018

Tel Aviv, Israel: Tiny Room And Relatively Cheap In One Of The Most Expensive Cities In The World

Ness Hotel
10 Ness Ziona Street
Tel Aviv, 63904, Israel 
Website: Booking.com - Ness Hotel
Prices: ₪₪₪₪

Booking.com Hotel Description 
Stay in the heart of Tel Aviv - Great location - One of our bestsellers in Tel Aviv! 
Set on a quiet street in the heart of Tel Aviv, Ness Hotel is less than 5 minutes' walk from the beach. It offers ultra-modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, a shared kitchen and 24-hour internet point in the lobby.
Staff at Hotel Ness can arrange a variety of trips around Israel. A continental or Israeli breakfast is available on request at a café just 30 feet away.
Staying here means being just a few steps from some of Tel Aviv's most popular cafes, restaurants and shops. HaCarmel Market is 1,950 feet away, while the Neve Tzedek district is a 20-minute walk away. 
Rooms are bright and spacious. Each one is air conditioned and includes a fridge and TV with cable channels. The room is cleaned at the end of your stay. 
This is our guests' favourite part of Tel Aviv, according to independent reviews.
Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 8.7 for a two-person trip on Booking.com.
Translation of Hotel Descriptions

Description: "A continental or Israeli breakfast is available on request at a café just 30 feet away." 

Translation: There is a bakery with a coffee machine and outdoor seating about 100 meters away

Description: "Rooms are bright and spacious"

Translation: Rooms are dark and small

Description: "The room is cleaned at the end of your stay"

Translation: There will be no maid service during your stay

Review 

Pros: The hotel is centrally located close to Jerusalem Beach, restaurants, shops, markets and transportation (buses). The price was relatively cheap, but that is in a city that is much more expensive than most. We stayed in a nice, nearby one bedroom apartment 10 days prior for $20 less per night than this place. The room had an electric kettle, instant coffee and sugar (but only one cup), a mini fridge, a small balcony, and a TV with local channels (a couple in English). The bed took up most of the room, but was fairly comfortable.



Cons: As mentioned, we stayed in a nice, nearby one bedroom apartment 10 days prior for $20 less per night than this place, so $78 per night for this tiny room seemed quite excessive. The bathroom was the size of our shower and there was no door or curtain on the shower, so the door and surrounding trim were heavily damaged by decay. The front desk staff were rather aloof and somewhat rude with one telling my wife to "clean up after yourself" when she asked to use the restroom before our departure.


CombatCritic Gives Ness Hotel 5 Bombs Out Of 10 ... More Bombs Are Better!

Five Bombs Equates To:


Translation for Civilians: "Continue Mission"

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