located at the heights , nothing around just residential areas. break fast spread was good, dinner was ok. rooms are good well maintained . the hall ways smell of smoke sometimes. break fast was in a huge room with a sitting capacity of more than 100 people. limited options but taste was good.
As a Tour guide, I was there with a German group and they loved the hotel, the food, and the service. rooms are fine, the dinning room is clean and nice. Food was very good and the staff members were very polite and willing to help
The name Tabar is well known in the African travel market, so using their hotel in Nazareth was to have been a pleasure... unfortunately it was not. I was amazed to to be told my group of 50+ were the only ones staying in the hotel during a busy season.. i soon found out why... 1. my room on the 5th floor was horrible, im 5.7 but my head almost touched the ceiling when in the bath tub, 2. the room looked as if it had not been visited by a human in ages... A/C fixtures hanging out of the wall. 3. cleaning was done to the point of eye focus.. 4. horrible smell of wet carpet all over the floor... i had to open the balcony door and leave it open all night every night for ventilation to clear the smell.. 5. 90 rooms, group hotel, one elevator is inadequate. Staff were very helpul and professional (thumbs up) Manager, I think its Sammy was a great host, thanks. food was great, thanks chef...and team. even with this... im sorry Tabar, i will not be returning. Question... as a tour operator and hotel operator i believe you should have been full... i met a lot of pilgrims from your tour operations...why were they not in your hotel?…
Very old hotel and bad smelling The door doesnt work properly în The rooms you cannot close it on The inside Very poor Lunch and dinner Insects oll over The place Avoid at any cost horrible not safe and bad food
The room itself was OK. The best part of the rooms were the views and the balcony. The worst part was that it wasn't clean (cockroaches..). Sheets were not changed. The room key would keep deactivating. the lights would flicker frequently. The hotel claims to have WiFi, but it is only in the lobby. We couldn't get WiFi coverage in our rooms. The breakfast was terrible. It consisted of mostly boiled hot dogs, shake and bake eggs, hard boiled eggs, and bread. The location was not good. It is up on a mountain so you get good views, but it ends up being a 30-40 minute walk to the city center, and there are no taxis that frequently drove near the hotel. The overall service was terrible (if not racist). They were always unhelpful. When asking for a taxi I received responses like "I don't have the number" or "Just go to the street and find one." When checking out they tried to charge me a higher rate than agreed upon. Do yourself a favor a spend the extra $100/night on the Ramada inn.…
It is a good place, the room was very clean, very good food, location not bad, its like 15minites walkin to the old city,, good choise for guest ho wants a good price for nice place............ I have to say that the team in the hotel was very helpful
I had to lead a group of 55 people in a pilgrimige, so we spend the first night here. The hotel is clean, the staff is friendly, the manager is doing his best to have satisfied tourists. The dinner was good, enough variety of food, well cooked. We had a a birthday to celebrate and they brought a big cake for all the group. It was very nice atmosphere. What I missed was the lovely israelian breakfast with a lot of cheese, salads and so on. The rest was OK.
Small but clean rooms, nice toiletry but towels need replacing. Good food, lovely atmosphere, staff appear genuinely pleased to see you Stayed a night, nil negatives apart from ridiculously hilly setting. Amazing view from my room.
There was serious flooding where we wanted to go in Israel. We were able to get two rooms in The Tabar Hotel in Nazareth. The manager was very welcoming and the staff went out of their way to make us comfortable. The following day, They kept the breakfast buffet open for us because we were so tired. The rooms were very simple. They were clean and well kept. We were in adjoining rooms so the door, although locked let noise in from the other side. A double door might help with this We had a balcony overlooking Nazareth and it was beautiful. They have a bar restaurant downstairs. We had dinner there. Music a little loud, which they lowered but the food was great . Although this is not a typical fancy place, it deserves 5 stars. People were welcoming, it was clean, beds comfortable, food good, and a beautiful view. I would definitely stay there again. Annie B, …
I would not consider this place as a hotel. It is extremely old, dirty and unpleasant. I am surprised that local authorities allow such a poor cleanliness to be offered for tourists. I would say that the hotel room and bathrooms are from 50s or 60s maximum and never renovated. I have also strong doubts if the rooms are cleaned and if the sheets are changed.
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