Center Chic Hotel - an Atlas Boutique Hotel0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The location is great. The staff is helpful. The room was clean. The bed was comfortable. The shower was awesome. The coffee/tea/water in the lounge area was nice. The rooftop patio was relaxing. The happy hour across the street at their sister hotel was fabulous (jazz trio at sunset, complementary appetizers & drinks). The bikes were just okay (they need to get new ones: the brakes and gears on the few I tried were faulty). We'll return someday.
Stayed here first and last night of three week Israeli tour. Staff very friendly. Elevator tiny. Rooms small. Ok for single. Guess they do have larger ones. Balconies available but not great. Meals and happy hour across street. No problem at all. Lots of construction in area. Short walk to Dizengoff Sq Mall, easy walk to beach and other sights. Restaurants and bars nearby. Would stay again.
We stayed in this hotel for 2 nights at the beginning of our trip to Israel. The hotel is in an excellent location, close to restaurants/bars and a few minutes walk to the beach. The room was very clean, the staff were friendly and helpful. We loved the "Happy Hour" on the roof of the Cinema Hotel across the street, great to place to chill with a drink and watch the sunset. The rooftop of the Centre Chic is also a great place to spend some quiet time and relax. There is a lot of work going on outside the hotel but this did not disturb our stay as it was Rosh Hasana. When the work is completed the hotel will have an amazing view of the new square.
Great if you love ❤️ design and the Bauhaus era. Short walk to beach and quirky nice shops and cafes! The happy hour at the Cinema Hotel next door on roof top also great way to start the evening I did yoga in the roof top of centre hotel with view of the town. Short stay but with quality!
Charming hotel at a lovely location in the heart of Tel Aviv. Can really recommend it. Very nice bars and restaurants in the area as well. The service was good and the atmosphere relaxed. The top terrace was amazing.
I stayed there for 4 nights. The room is small, in good condition but i believe that the maintenance is overdue. there were holes in the curtain and it surely gives a bad overview of the hotel image, There are constructions right outside of the hotel and i was awaken from 7 in the morning (not so bad it was a business trip so i was scheduled for a wake up call anyway). What i don't understand is why the hotel chooses such a minimum range of tv channels in a country that there are so many options for english speaking travelers. just 2 channels with movies and 1 with shows. Compared to other hotels that have 5 and 4 it is a choice i can't explain.
The boutique hotel was perfectly placed for us. A fantastic Bauhaus style building with a roof garden. Balconies to many of the rooms which will overlook a fantastic soon to be finished plaza type area. It's a city centre location so on weekends it can be a little noisy but most likely you will be so tired you won't notice. The decor is very nice, rooms are clean and the air con and fan were well maintained. Coffee and tea facility in the room. A water machine and a coffee machine were located in the TV lounge area as well. Ironing facility was available and 2 PCs for use by guests. Rooms had TVs. Staff were super friendly and polite and gave great advice. Great restaurants were also located adjacent to and around the hotel. Breakfast was served in the sister hotel Cinema Hotel a brief walk across the street. Huge selection of pastries, eggs, porridge, cake, fruit, couscous, salad etc. every morning. Could not complain and even the porridge was excellent. "With water or milk sir?". Highly recommend this hotel for it's location (it really is ten minutes from beach!), ten minutes from the shopping mall and even has bikes for you to use.
We spent two nights at this hotel. The room was lovely, clean, and comfortable. We were very impressed by the staff, especially Ruth who greeted us though we were friends. The Happy Hour and the roof garden were an extra added touch. In all we highly recommend this lovely gem in Tel Aviv.
Hotel was nice and modern in a very convenient location. I would highly recommend it to our friends and family. Great breakfast! We loved the evening happy hour offered by the hotel. The staff was very friendly.
Nice hotel. Centrally located next to Dizengoff square and the city center. The room was nice, clean and decorated. Breakfast is served next door at the Cinema hotel which probably belongs to the same chain. Only beef I have with the hotel is the size of the shower which was tiny. When we stayed there the square was undergoing renovations so not much of a view. Future visitors should ask for rooms facing Zamenhoff street. Another thing which was nice was the Happy Hour served in the lobby of the hotel next door which was very nice. However, we had some friends visiting and when we went up to have a drink with them they were charged 50 shekels each. The hotel receptionist did not tell us anything about that extra charge and had we known we would not have gone with our friends to the happy hour which was quite expensive.
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93% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 914 reviews