First of all, need to clarify that this hotel ios the definition for a perfect business hotel, but a nightmare for kids. We stayed here with a 7 yr old children accidently, our booking has been 'accidently cancelled' by the tour agency...
The hotel is a skycraper in context of the neighbour buildings, which is standing next to the Mediterranean Sea. This location determines the obligatory essential view both sides of the hotel, to the city or to the sea.
The rooms are meeting with expectations, spacious, clean, well-equipped and elegant. The view is wonderful, but the hotel doesnt have balconies especially on higher floors. Carpet flooring, giant bed, LCD, mini bar, office desk with stationery equipment, etc. The bathroom is clean and equipped as well with toiletry, robe, sleepers and so on.
The hotel is a great spot to have a business meeting, David IC offers a lot great type of rooms to meet from a dark cigarette bar to a bright café reserved only for business meetings.
The cuisine in the hotel is great, but has its price naturally. Good to know that on Shabbat (FRI-SAT) only rewarmed food and café etc. available.
Everything can be dealt in the hotel, real estating, car hire, laundry, cloth cleaning, office services, meetings and conference meetings. High broadband internet available, of course, but there is no free internet in the hotel.
Most of these rooms and bars can not be visited by kids, thats why i dont recommend this hotel for familys with kids. Have to say that during our stay it was cold out there, and we havent used the pool, cant swim in the sea, so if the weather would be better, maybe the kid would enjoy the trip and the hotel more.
Staff is friendly, helpful and professional. Concierge service is better than average, use it bravely!
The location of the hotel is quite good, it is near a small market (have to say, didnt really like that market, it was dirty a bit) and to the beach promenade with a harbour at the end of it. You can hire bicycles across Tel Aviv, pick up here take off somewhere else. You can pay by credit card, it is nice to cycle through the promenade.
The hotel is also very close to the O-town of Tel Aviv, Jaffa (Yafo) which could be a nice daytrip for anyone, and to the old railway station, which is renovated and reopened for restaurants, bars, shops, public areas. Al-Aqsa Mosque is on the opposite side of the street.
On Shabbat, reservation is necessary to almost all restaurants through Tel Aviv.
This is a great spot for business visits, or for conferences. I felt like even if something is not given in the hotel, the staff can solve everything.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A warm Israeli welcome awaits you at your home in the 'SoHo' of Tel Aviv. Ideally located between the city's main cultural centers, Neve Tzedek, the beach, and Old Jaffa, the David InterContinental offers the perfect starting point to exploring the city. Spend the day experiencing Tel Aviv like a local and return to the serenity of the David InterContinental boasting the best of Israeli hospitality. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental David Tel Aviv Hotel Tel Aviv
- Intercontinental Tel Aviv
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