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Nova Like Hotel, Eilat - an Atlas Hotel

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This hotel is a well built hotel with all the facilities needed for a business trip as well as a family trip. There is a swimming pool, a great dining room, a nice lobby. The rooms are very big, clean and comfortable. The location is close to stores, airport and the city center.

Stayed 2 nights for work purposes. My room was spacious, decently clean, but definitely worn out, a bit depressing, and in need of a renovation. There was a fridge and a hot kettle, but no cups, dishes, coffee, tea bags, etc. So if you are on holiday, bring all of your dishes, cups, and hot drink supplies. The pool looked very nice but it was closed after 5 pm each day, so get rid of any fantasy you have of floating in a pool on a beautiful desert night. You can sit next to it, but not in it. I left too early for breakfast each day but the Hotel Staff arranged breakfast boxes to-go for myself and colleagues, a very generous box of food. It was about a 15 minute walk past the airport to the closest Red Sea beach park, promenade, restaurants, etc. My feeling is, fine stay for work or a quick overnight. But for a holiday... maybe not, until the entire place is fully renovated. It is owned by a major group of Boutique hotels (Atlas) but this one does not seem up to Atlas par at all. Hopefully it is in transition to become a better place.

The Nova Like is a very comfortable property. My room for a single had a separate bedroom, sitting room, and kitchenette. The buffet is excellent, both for breakfast and dinner. Eilat looks to be an interesting resort town worth several days stay. For our tour we used it as a base to reach Petra.

We love this hotel so so much and we're always comeback to this hotel. The prices are very comfortable and even surprising. The chef is number one 🏆 Pool is great and the entertainment team is very good. I recommend on this hotel for everybody and you have to visit for understanding what I'm talking about. The hotel is 2 minutes from the airport and from shopping centers

Good price for the thigs you get. The food was very tasty and Israeli. The room is big enogh for 4 people ! There is a nice pool and wifi all over. Nice stuff and also a great parking place. We enjoyed our staying and will go back for sure!

nice hotel. it's about 12-15min walking to the sea. not young but comfortable inside. the people are friendly there. the food is tasty but the choice is not big. the swimming pol closes in the evening i think so early

Stayed for 1 night, the check in was good, the room old but spacious although no tissues, towels so small, no tea and coffee. Breakfast was below average, not very inspiring! Generally for the price the hotel was very outdated and could use a full renovation, wouldn't return.

I don't even know where to start. Lets just skip the check in experience and put the lack of courtesy and the receptionists referral to me on a first name basis as early hours check in tiredness. I even thought it was funny that during check in the receptionists wouldn't even look at me and that they talked about me (in front of me) on a third name basis, that is until my key was ready, and then suddenly it was "michal", first name basis like we were buddies. so lets fast forward to day 2 shall we? So there I am at reception 4 pm, long day at the beach and of course left my key in the room... I was second in line so i had to wait about 10 minutes, they don't seem very efficient, but its cool, then as I'm about to get my turn someone pushes in front. So far we all know this story right? So I ignore him and turn to the the receptionist who saw me standing there and say "excuse me". The clerk looks at me and says "wait" this guy only wants a key it wont take long. And all attempts to tell her I was first and also waiting for a key... deaf ears. Seriously!!! Ok so we all have this happen to us at "3 star hotels" don't we? But it gets better! Eventually the clerk asks me what I want, and when she realizes it also a key she says "sorry i thought something else". This just made me angry and I told her so, simple manners / politeness dictates this shouldn't even have happened, and she should have had the basic decency to at least ask me if I mind waiting. Any way I decide \i don't want to accept this and turn to the clerk next to her. I ask if there is a manager and am told yes, so since it wasn't obvious I ask to speak to the manager. The clerk says "which manager there are lots" By this stage I'm thinking faulty towers right! But I'm also seriously in la la land mode by now. So I ask him if he is serious and tell him that I want his manager right now. At this point this girl shouts at me to watch my mouth and not to speak to him like that! That's the receptionist right, (the one now telling me to watch my mouth) from there it turns into a shouting match with this girl calling me "cheeky" and aggressive and a few other things, and unbelievably I find myself being shouted at by the girl at reception and a hotel guard standing behind me!!!! Disgusting, shameful, unbelievable. So eventually a manager walks up and asks to go to his office. I agree and of course invite the guard. the guard then shouts telling me she will throw me out of the hotel along with a few choice swear words thrown in. The manager gives the usual story of how they have hundreds of happy guests and we all make mistakes and such. No attempt to stop his workers and ask how exactly does a shouting match happen with a guest in the hotel lobby? No attempt to try solve the issue , just so sorry... In my opinion not enough. Automatically the guest is wrong. what does that remind me of.. oh yes american airlines passengers that go crazy and are then thrown out of the plane.... I have never been so humiliated at a hotel in my life. I'm not even going to discuss the run down state of the hotel, and the 3 days old salad in the breakfast dining room. I'm leaving, and going to another hotel, I wont ever be coming back here again. P.S: were fantastic they were supportive, refunded me the night and helped me book another normal hotel. This hotel could learn a thing or two about customer service from them.

The Nova Like is a tourist class hotel which is somewhat ageing with some renovations having occurred. The hotel is some fifteen minutes walk from the Eilat beaches and not too far from a good array but of shops. The units have a balcony, a kitchen-dining-lounge room and a separate bedroom and bathroom. Despite having a kitchen area and a jug only two small cups, two teaspoons and two small tumblers are provided -- nothing else, not even tea bags or coffee. Similarly, only limited amenities are provided in the bathroom and the hair dryer must be borrowed from reception. The rooms are spacious, well-furnished with lots of storage space. The buffet breakfast offerings are limited but we f good quality. There was a chef at an egg station but unfortunately, as I don't speak Hebrew and he didn't speak English (beyond being able to say "I can't speak English") I was unable to order two eggs easy-over and, as my miming was below-standard, I had to settle for the pre-prepared scrambled eggs. It is not a five- or four-star establishment but provides for a comfortable stay. The staff (reception, dining room and housekeeping) were all very friendly and helpful.

nice and simple hotel, comfy room, 1 pool, breakfast was ok. location in Eilat is good if you d'ont want to be 1st line to the sea the price was nice and service decent free under ground parking below the hotel

6 Hativat Hanegev Street Eilat

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Nova Like Hotel, Eilat - an Atlas Hotel places you within a short walk of Eilat Museum and Art Gallery and within a mile (2 km) of Mall Hayam. This 193-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi. In central Eilat, the hotel is also close to Green Beach and Ice Space.


Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


All 193 air-conditioned accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and satellite TV. Sofa beds, refrigerators, and coffee makers are also standard.

Property features

Guests staying at Nova Like Hotel, Eilat - an Atlas Hotel enjoy an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and free WiFi in public areas. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a meeting room, a kids' club, and coffee/tea in a common area.

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82% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 679 reviews