Dan Tel Aviv5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Few years ago we were staying at the Dan Tel Aviv and it was marvelous, so this year we decided to stay there again for a summer vacation. What a huge disappointment! First of all, the room was dirty, and even the "welcome" sign... Secondly, no bottle of water in the room, even that the temperature outside was 30 degrees centigrade. Also no tea or coffee... Third, one person from from the hotel staff insisted to come in to our room "just to check the minibar" even though my wife asked him to come back later. This is a very rude behavior. This is not a luxury hotel. We won't come again for the third time...
The Dan in Tel Aviv is my preferred hotel when in the city. I have stayed in many kinds of room in this hotel, some are more up to date than others but really, whether the furniture is new or old doesn't matter. The atmosphere, the location and even the scent of the hotel are all quite unique. It took a while to get a room I was happy with, but the hotel staff were patient and helpful and ensured I had what I wanted, i.e. a double bed and bit of space. The room came with water, wine, fruit and chocolates which were very welcome. The toiletries are in a decent size of bottle and are replenished daily and you also get moist wipes in the bathroom. I don't know of any other hotel that offers these. Breakfast is a lavish buffet. The service is a little disorganised but you get there in the end. I ordered soya milk which was readily available and a portion of hummus which also came promptly to my table. There is a good selection of breads, fruit, vegetables and cereals. As a vegan, I am not interested in the cheeses, pastries, cakes and so on - all of which are also offered in abundance. There is some fig halva which is excellent too. Perhaps the most welcome part of the Dan is seeing familiar faces working there who remember you and welcome you back. This is one key difference between any old hotel and a great hotel. The location is excellent, next to the beach, a short walk from many bars and restaurants and minutes in a taxi from shopping and other attractions in the city. This hotel is always likely to be a classic and rightly so. I'll be back.
a classic hotel great hotel: located right on the beach promenade big equipped rooms excellent service, that keeps up with this hotel's high standards great breakfast and dinner lounge could be a bit upgraded the only real downside is parking - there are limited parking choices and all relatively very expensive
We arrived on Friday evening and were greeted with a warm welcome. Our room had fresh fruit,cake and complimentary wine for Shabbat(Friday night to Saturday night) with fresh fruit and water supplied daily thereafter.The view from our room was fantastic and overlooked the beach. All staff from the dining room,front desk, housekeeping and management were warm and welcoming.Nothing was too much trouble.The breakfasts were outstanding.I highly recommend this hotel even if it isn't the most salubrious the little touches and great staff make it a gem.
Came for a 4 nights stay and was allocated a street facing room on the 4th floor for USD300 a night!!!. Room is very small and very very dark really depressing (see photo). Can also hear the nearby room via a connecting locked door. Swimming pool is a joke very small in a construction site and the water is salty. The gym isn't any better. For this price any other hotel in TLV will give you much more.
This is a good hotel but would deserve to be refreshed a refurbished a bit... true that the view face to the beach is really nice but since there is no balcony and you event can't open the window it is kind of disappointing Location is great, right next to the beach. Breakfast is good but it would be great to find some meat and ham!
To stay in the DAN Hotel TEL Aviv feels like to be in a place where foreign policy could have been taken place when sitting in the lounge. Besides that, everything was good. Rooms, breakfast, service and location with a view on the beach from the bewakfast area restaurant made the stay a pleasure.
First time visitor to the Dan. We liked the traditional character of the classic upscale TLV beach hotel. Perfect location, great restaurants reasonably close. The breakfast and lunches were consistently good (I do miss sausage😮). Lounge bar fairly nice Downside: 1) Bathtub controls broken 2) Poorly made Cosmopolitan in bar (salted rims!!!). 3) Asked for extra towels: none came 4) Interior is clean but seems dated and well trafficked 5) Too few elevators We still would stay again
I came for business to Tel Aviv. The room was spacey and clean, but not special or designed. A/C was too noisey. Great view of the sea. Breakfast had great fruits! Great access to the beach. Reception worked very slowly and put the wrong address on the invoice and couldn't change it afterwards. Wifi was ok, but a bit too slow.
Where to start??!! Our bath in our bathroom was dirty on arrival. The ring around the bath had not been cleaned. The housekeeping staff were slovenly and even after several requests for assistance during our stay, our requests were ignored. We were very surprised that there was no turndown facility in the evenings. This hotel is hideously over priced for what you receive. We have stayed in numerous other 5 and 4 star hotels in Tel Aviv and the Dan Tel Aviv was way worse that the 4 star options we have stayed at. The pool area is atrocious. No food service was available there except for a down market cafeteria type kiosk. Words fail me when it comes to describing the antiquated & worn sun loungers. Most were virtually unusable. We came from the similar priced Royal Beach (superb) and wanted to try the Grande Dame of Tel Aviv but this shabby, tired old lady must now RIP, lower their rates drastically or plough millions into getting this hotel up to scratch.
- Steps from Frishman Beach
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool and indoor pool
Dan Tel Aviv places you next to Frishman Beach and a short stroll from other popular sights like Dizengoff Centre. This 280-room, 5-star hotel has 4 restaurants along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and an indoor pool. Located centrally in Tel Aviv, it's also close to Gordon Beach and Habima Theatre.
Enjoy dining at Hayarkon 99, one of 4 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.
All 280 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and LCD TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other amenities include phones, ironing boards, and desks.
Dan Tel Aviv features an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. There's onsite parking for a fee, and an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for ILS 130 per person one-way. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and tours/tickets. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a spa tub, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.
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84% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1599 reviews