The pros: Convenient location, clean, beautiful contemporary interior design in rooms, friendly and helpful staff. Reasonably priced for the location and degree of luxury. Beds very comfortable. Windows open for good quality air.
The cons: The attractive minimalist design fails to provide enough surface areas, either for luggage or for toothbrush and toiletries in the bathroom. The shower stalls leak onto the bathroom floor (2 different rooms). The only soap provided is in little foil packets that require two hands to open and squeeze some out; please provide either bar soap or liquid soap dispenser! TV works well but there was no English language news station. Toilet dispenser feeds from center of roll and jams easily, and can't be unjammed because the dispenser is locked.
Breakfast is not buffet; consists of eggs made to order, pastries that are not very good, and little commercial containers of yoghurt with sweetened fruit. Okay, but not anywhere near as good as most Israeli breakfasts.
The cons are really minor, but keep me from giving this really very pleasant hotel a 5-star rating. Could easily be fixed.More
- Free Wifi