Arrived to stained sheets and towels, unclean room and a lubricanted hand print on the bed side table. Bedding was cheap and synthetic meaning you would sweat through the night. The room wasn't cleaned properly and I needed to show the cleaner how and where to do it. Key stopped working halfway through but hotel insisted it did work! The place stank of mould and hadn't properly been cleaned. While we did complain and were offered compensation, this did not make up for the absolute joke of a hotel. Stay clear
Room and balcony were very dirty. Noisy place with restaurant open during late night. During 5 nights stay room cleaned once. Location not bad in the centre of Tel Aviv walk distance from beach. No breakfast but coffee shop few steps from the hotel.
You are greeted by very friendly staff and get complimentary drinks straight away with a Turkish delight too. A huge shout out to the owner Harun and the housekeeper Fatima. The staff was very helpful when we lost something and found it ASAP. When we were staying there they gave us strawberries with a chocolate gateaux and it was absolutely delicious, (it was on the house). The breakfast was really good with a coffee machine for anyone who likes coffee
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Perfect location for walking to the beach, the shops and the historic attractions. It really is the heart of Tel Aviv. The staff were lovely and very helpful with directions and local recommendations for eating out. The building is very beautiful in itself and the rooms are clean and well maintained. The free WiFi was fast and reliable
Location: just steps from the square, with many restaurants and cafes around (some of which have outside seating, with heating), and many remain open during Shabbat (which is truly important if you are a tourist in search of food). Markets, the beach, even old Jaffa are in walking distance. Check-in/out: fast. Receptionists were friendly and helpful. At reception: Free espresso/ cappuccino throughout the day/ Happy hour: Free champagne between 7-9 pm. Wifi: Worked fine (but you had to reconnect whenever you returned. Hotel rooms are located in an apartment building. Hotel exterior could do with a revamp. Our room faced the inner courtyard, it was relatively quiet, if you disregard the people next to us whose young child made a lot of noise. Room was relatively spacious, with a large cupboard, tea/coffee making facility and a desk. Sockets near bed. What was missing was at least one chair in the room to avoid sitting on the bed with your street clothes. Bathroom: rather small but clean and sufficient. Plenty of hot water. Complimentary shampoo, shower gel and conditioner. Breakfast: served in a café across the street. You had several options to choose from, three of which come with a cup of coffee or tea (unfortunately, no juice and no refills). Very yummie. Lovely courtyard (when it was not raining), some adorable cats. A bit pricy, but then again, everything in Israel was pricy. Would most likely stay again.…
The website's description and photos of the Superior Room are misleading. There are various configurations and our room is small and there's no way our room can fit 3 people. There's no proper wardrobe/cupboard and only an exposed bar to hang our clothes. There is barely any space to fit two pieces of luggage. There's no counter space in the bathroom and there's no phone in the room. If you need anything or have any questions, you would need to go down to the reception to talk to the staff and you have to cross the open air courtyard to get to the reception, which makes it very inconvenient. Our TV does not work properly and it's too much of a hassle for me to go to the reception in the cold weather at night to ask them to fix it. Breakfast is also offsite at a cafe opposite the hotel. Food is great but they are only open at 8am, which is too late if you have to catch an early morning tour.…
We stayed at The White House 7 nights in November, and we could not have a better place to stay in Tel Aviv. The hotel has a family feeling, especially the backyard where we enjoyed champagne happy hour daily at 7pm. The room is very spacious and comfortable, with a large balcony overlooking the nearby plaza. The cleanliness of the room is well crafted. If you are looking for a more familiar, friendly and different experience than staying in a large chain hotel, The White House is the place to stay. Cozy and nice place. The breakfest is serve in a coffee shop in front of the hotel, and is delicious. Special highlight is Yoni, very receptive and helpful, helped us with everything we needed, from information about the city to the scheduling of a tour. The attention he gave to all the guests during Happy Hour made the atmosphere even more familiar. PS Yoni, say Hi to Jack Sparrow for me.…
The location of the hotel is very central and easy access to local transport. A lot of restaurants and cafes around. The room is spacious with balcony towards a fountain and a lot of activities. Every evening the hotel gives free champaign to guests, very generous. We thoroughly enjoyed staying there.
In a downtown location, only a few minutes walk from the beach, WHH is a great budget boutique hotel. The rooms have character and are air conditioned. The service is great - John is a fantastic host. There is a lovely courtyard with free sparking wine in the evening. And a couple of cute cats. Walking distance to nice local restaurants. Feels like you’re really part of Tel Aviv. It’s not high end, but is fair for the price. Would come back again.
We enjoy our visit it was so good . Great receptionist from South Africa . Love him . He is one of the most kind person I have seen . Keep going your good job. See you soon again Best regards ellie Bolghari