Dan Panorama Tel Aviv0.0 out of 5.0
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We stayed only one night at the Dan Tel Aviv, but it was very impressive. Our tour group was scheduled to check in on Sunday but we had made separate plans for a side trip to Eilat and Petra so did not have a reservation. However, the front desk staff were wonderfully accommodating and allowed us to store our luggage for two days pending our return. Special shout out to Ralph at the front desk, who was everything you could ask for. Beyond that, the hotel was far nicer than the other hotel in Tel Aviv we stayed at the previous two nights. We will definitely stay at the Dan Panorama next visit.
I enjoyed my stay in Tel Aviv. The hotel was relatively comfortable and the views from the room are great. But there are several areas where they just got it completely wrong. These faults are not acceptable in a hotel which asks for $215 per night. - No functioning WiFi. This was huge problem throughout the stay. They do offer free WiFi to guests, but the free WiFi is so poor you cannot even read emails or make Skype calls. It did not function whatsoever in my room and the staff did not care about it. They also cut your WiFi access immediately as you hit 12:00 on the day of departure, regardless of how long you stay in the hotel after check-out. Ruthless and unnecessary. - I waited in-line 30 minutes to checkout of the hotel. There was a queue of 10 people, with just two staff members at the desk. - The dinner buffet was $60. This is not acceptable - simply theft! Not only this, as we went to refill our plates, the staff took our drinks and cleared the table! Service is also terribly slow and they have got the logistics wrong. I don't blame the staff, who are friendly - but the hotel is simply understaffed to a sad level. Too many guests, too few staff. - The pool closes around 5:45pm (It states 6pm, but they kick you out at 5.45 - two hours before sunset), which meant I did not have the chance to use it in my 5 days as I finished work at 5.30pm each day. I would not recommend it for a peaceful stay. It is overcrowded and just not a good atmosphere if you are looking to relax.
The Dan Panorama Tel Aviv has many redeeming qualities, from its beachfront location and sea-view private balconies, to its lush amenities and extensive buffets. However, the decor of the hotel is in desperate need of an update. There is no doubt that this hotel was first-class is 1995. Great staff and an comfortable stay, all in all this was a successful visit!
The hotel has been renovated since my last stay, and it is very well located, according to my needs. Food is good etc but they should work more over: 1- room cleaning is not perfect. They forgot to clean my room twice, and when they did the cleaner didn't give me clean towels. That should never happen in an hotel that pretends to be a 5 star; 2- when groups are in the hotel, having breakfast or dinner is quite difficult. They should manage to host the groups in a different dinning room.
The hotel is in the central area but don’t stay here. The staff doesn’t smile. Everyone is rude. Especially a certain front Desk staff member named Moshe. He was unapologetically rude and short with me. The hotel needs a major facelift with new paint and new furniture. It’s very 1970s and 1980s themed. Buffet was boring and tasteless. There are so many nicer hotels in the area.
Depends on what is important? An old standby with a good location and amenities, rooms are just tired. Bigger than other Tel Aviv beach locations, good beds, soaps and services, furniture is old as is carpeting. Bar area fun. Breakfast buffet is very good and dining room is bright and large. Executive lounge is very nice too with a lot of foods and drinks available. Managers and other staff outstanding, caring and listening. Bottom line....will return.
What a disaster. Couldn't check in until 7.30pm due to being understaffed on Pesach, Informed two days before arriving! Not acceptable! Had an executive room - two beds pushed together, what an absolute joke. Said they would move us to a new room by 5pm following day. It wasn't until 8.30pm we were given the key. Went to the room, was an absolute state, had not been cleaned, never seen anything like it. Back downstairs, back to old room, missed dinner with friends. 10.30pm we get the new room. Thought this was over..it was not. Borrowed hotel phone charger. Said we could have it till check out. 9AM following morning, ringing on door bell "we want charger back" told him to go away. Came back 5 mins later "we want charger back" DO NOT DISTURB SIGN WAS ON. Made a complaint at front desk yet again. Spoke to Ralph - what a rude ignorant man. Eventually spoke to "duty manager" rude man, took phone call mid conversation, offered a vague apology but nothing more. Disgusting! Eventually spoke to hotel manager, rude ignorant women. Didn't care, raised her voice. Couple before us had informed her they would never stay at Dan again and we had told her the same thing. I could see people complaining all the time. What a poorly run, disgraceful excuse for a hotel. All we were offered was 20% off the second night! Old, poorly maintained, rude staff, half the swimming pool is constantly in the shade. We would never, ever stay at this hotel again. Its 3 star at best. Love Tel Aviv, love the people, love the food, love the country HATE THE HOTEL. AVOID.
I arrived at the hotel following a benefit we received from the workplace. The hotel is luxurious, but stuck there in the 90s and it was not a pleasant experience. Excellent location (close to the beach, Carmel Market, Jaffa, Nahalat Binyamin, Rothschild Boulevard and Neve Tzedek hotel service is very good The staff are kind and pleasant The bathrooms are not comfortable, there is no place to put personal belongings and makeup (we were 2 girls). There is no bath in the room, but a shower, another thing which in my opinion lowered the standard. What protects the water is a curtain and the entire bathroom is flooded with shower water (we were busy drying out the floor The pillows were uncomfortable The dining room was the most problematic thing in the hotel for me and my friend. We had to eat in the "Israel" dining room, which is a closed, old-fashioned place without windows, and there was no possibility of eating in the hotel's standard dining room. The food was very varied and abundant The elevators are very slow and I went out one time waiting for the elevator for 10 minutes In conclusion, it was a nice experience but I would not want to come back here again
Right along the beach and in a great location, Dan panorama is good if you want access to everything. The bar is great and is very modern. Rooms are comfy and clean. The dinner service leaves a lot to be a desired but hey- you can’t have everything. Would definitely stay here again
We were at dan panorama for pessah. The food were so fantatist that we almost didnt nottice that it was pessover food. The service is exceptionnel. My little girl was sick and i asked to clean the bed in the middle of the night...they brought her warm tea and cakes and phoned to ask how she feels. When you need something you get it 5 minutes after, with a smile. I really enjoyed
- Walking distance to Hatachana Compound and Carmel Market
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Tel Aviv Promenade, Dan Panorama Tel Aviv is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Hatachana Compound and Carmel Market. This 483-room hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like a full-service spa and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Tel Aviv, the hotel is also near Frishman Beach and Jaffa Port.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.
All of Dan Panorama Tel Aviv's 483 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, minibars, and coffee makers. LCD TVs come with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Free weekday newspapers, safes, and phones are also available.
Guests staying at Dan Panorama Tel Aviv enjoy access to a full-service spa, a health club, and a spa tub. Self parking is offered for USD 60.00 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and a conference center.
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74.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2906 reviews