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Residence Suites Hotel

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Yes accept the fact that Israel is not the most clean country in the world, you will definitely like this hotel very much. We lived there 5 days a double room with jacuzzi for 722 euros. As I understand, for Israel it's a regular price for a 3-4 stars hotel near the sea. Everything was ok: friendly and very affable staff, location is great - about 100 meters to the see, prices in the mini-bar were very close to those in the shops. However, the neighboring area near the hotel is really disappointing. The view from our windows was a tacky and very ugly buildings. Of course, they don't belong to the hotel, but still this picture leaves a bad impression. Also, the price on Booking was about 50 euros lower, but the hotel deducted from my credit card the increased rate without any clear explanations. // Неплохой отель по абсолютно средней цене в этом районе. Хорошее обслуживание, персонал быстро реагирует на все просьбы. Плохое впечатление оставляет лишь вид из окон на обшарпанные здания и грязные дворы, что в принципе типично для Израиля. Отель списал с карты стоимость почти 50 евро выше заявленной, невнятно объяснив это какими-то непонятными банковскими комиссиями.

For the price paid I knew I wasn't going to get the standard of accommodation comparable to that if some of the larger hotel chains, but there is a certain expectation that needs to be met for any hotel stay. When I arrived at the hotel I was pleasantly surprised as the location was fantastic, being less than 50m to the beach. The external facade was rather non descriptive and could have been missed unless you were looking for it. Whilst check in is at 3pm, I informed them that I was going to be arriving early and was allowed to be checked in at 10am for no extra cost. Now that we have the good points out of the way..... The hotel itself is a combination of a number of residences all interconnected by a few back alleys, some of which are prettier than others!! The part I was staying in required me to walk through a small amount of building work and dust in order to get to the room. My bags were kindly taken to the room for me by a rather unkept paint strewn labourer.. When I opened the door I was met with an overwhelming smell of stale smoke! I am used to people around me smoking, but the room had obviously not been aired out since there was a very heavy smoker in it (a smell I couldn't shift even with all the windows open). The room itself was typically Israeli with little attention to detail but all the amenities available. The advertised King size bed was just two single mattresses pushed together on a double bed frame, meaning that it was impossible to sleep in the middle. The main problem however was when I tried to get the jacuzzi working. The knob to switch the water from shower to bath had broken off and therefore I needed to climb onto the bath to get a better angle and not get sprayed by the boiling water jets. From there I could see on top of the shelf/cupboard that housed the microwave unit. It was covered in dust and had used paper towels on it, which is never nice, but in addition there was also a used condom. Judging by the level of dust on top of the cupboard it could have been there for a long time. Whilst I can deal with a little dust this last part is disgusting and extremely unhygienic. Thankfully the stay was only one night because if it wasn't I would have checked out first thing in the morning and gone somewhere else! I wouldn't recommend staying here and would suggest getting a more modest hotel with a guaranteed level of cleanliness and hygiene.

Everything all right. Outside of the building a little runned down. This is normal for the area. Staff is very nice. The extra pay for a room with Jacuzzi is really worth it. This is pretty much the only real wow about the Hotel.

For the price paid I knew I wasn't going to get the standard of accommodation comparable to that if some of the larger hotel chains, but there is a certain expectation that needs to be met for any hotel stay. When I arrived at the hotel I was pleasantly surprised as the location was fantastic, being less than 50m to the beach. The external facade was rather non descriptive and could have been missed unless you were looking for it. Whilst check in is at 3pm, I informed them that I was going to be arriving early and was allowed to be checked in at 10am for no extra cost. Now that we have the good points out of the way..... The hotel itself is a combination of a number of residences all interconnected by a few back alleys, some of which are prettier than others!! The part I was staying in required me to walk through a small amount of building work and dust in order to get to the room. My bags were kindly taken to the room for me by a rather unkept paint strewn labourer.. When I opened the door I was met with an overwhelming smell of stale smoke! I am used to people around me smoking, but the room had obviously not been aired out since there was a very heavy smoker in it (a smell I couldn't shift even with all the windows open). The room itself was typically Israeli with little attention to detail but all the amenities available. The advertised King size bed was just two single mattresses pushed together on a double bed frame, meaning that it was impossible to sleep in the middle. The main problem however was when I tried to get the jacuzzi working. The knob to switch the water from shower to bath had broken off and therefore I needed to climb onto the bath to get a better angle and not get sprayed by the boiling water jets. From there I could see on top of the shelf/cupboard that housed the microwave unit. It was covered in dust and had used paper towels on it, which is never nice, but in addition there was also a used condom. Judging by the level of dust on top of the cupboard it could have been there for a long time. Whilst I can deal with a little dust this last part is disgusting and extremely unhygienic. Thankfully the stay was only one night because if it wasn't I would have checked out first thing in the morning and gone somewhere else! I wouldn't recommend staying here and would suggest getting a more modest hotel with a guaranteed level of cleanliness and hygiene.

Not the Ritz, but clean, modern rooms, good shower, aircon and great location. Staff were helpful and for the price I have no complaints. If you want to save your money in Tel Aviv this is a good option

The hotel is a wannabe of modern style but it is tasteless and vulgar. The room is tiny and the door of the room is like entering a bunker. The bed was not very comfortable and there was smoking smell in the room. There is a lot of young people staying there so you will hear them going drunk for the party and when they come back, of course you will get awake because of their loud screams and drunk state. People in the reception are young and they are ok since people in Israel are not so friendly in average (at least that was my experience).

A friend and I came to stay at this 'hotel' in Israel and over all it has been a VERY negative experience. When we arrived, there was no air conditioning in the 35 degree heat, however this was fixed quickly. The bathroom light was not working but again it was fixed quickly. The bed sheets were dirty and on the 3rd day, the air conditioning began making me a very loud noise, a noise that was going to be impossible to sleep through. We turned the air conditioning off and were given a small fan to replace it with, this van was useless and I spent the whole night awake, not being able to sleep because of the heat. However, after a complaint we were upgraded for free to a better room. Unfortunately, this room has no towels and when we asked at reception we were told the hotel had 'run out of towels'. This was completely unacceptable. After a day at the beach and a shower, my friend and I had to use toilet tissue to dry ourselves. We were told we would get towels that evening, but they never came. The ladies that clean your room will knock until they have deliberately woken you up, even after you lock your door and it's obvious they can't get in, they try until you've woken up which is completely unprofessional and not pleasant. I advice everyone to not book residence suites, tel Aviv. You really do get what you pay for- absolute crap.

Our first room had no windows (not as depicted in the pictures online). We wanted to change to a room with a balcony which was the same price. Our parents were moving out of that room to upgrade to a luxury room. So it was as simple as just letting us move into their room. We were told that we must pay $300. Looong story short, i called booking.com who were as helpful as possible but nothing could be done and we could not cancel. Eventually I got the free upgrade. Walking through that place (from reception to the rooms) is like walking through an informal settlement. I am Israeli. I know the standard of living there and I can tell you for a fact that this building and location is not ok for a holiday. The bottom of Allenby is notorious for drug dealing, prostitution, etc. Israel is safe but as a girl do not walk home alone in that specific area. Its not too dangerous but its not comfortable having scummy people gawking at you and trying to get your attention. It is so evident that the building used to be some sort of brothel. Besides the location and revolting building, they do not clean your room. They call it a "hotel" not a self catering facility. A full term pregnant lady came in every morning to make the bed (with sand in it). Not a bottle or a tissue was moved out of place. I felt as though my boyfriend and I were camping. And how can one tell a pregnant woman to work harder. I was forced to clean my own room daily although the sheets I had to ask to be changed. Nothing worked properly. The staff tried to help us with all our minor complaints, some of them were really quite sweet. Thank goodness I speak hebrew otherwise we wouldn't have gotten very far. After 4 nights (out of 10) we had had enough and left to go to the Olympia Hotel on Hayarkon. Not too expensive at all. Rather go there or the Prima if you are seeking this price range.

Clean, lovely helpful staff, quiet room and a terrific price. No lift but even on the top floor it is easy enough to get luggage up due to the wide stairwell. Location is nice and central - across the road to the beach, lovely walk beachside walk to Yaffa or short walk to the markets and cafes.

Booked it as last minute and a change from the big chain hotels, got to the front desk very nice and helpful stuff,got a room on the 3rd floor( no elevator) but very short flights, nice room clean with mini bar and a complimentary wine bottle, comfortable bed with a sofa bed as well, from the balcony you see the beach and its 2 min. Walking. We asked for additional blankets and got them really fast. Room was clean but they can up grade the linens as some of them had holes. Stuff was very nice we asked about a place to print stuff and they let us use their own computer and printer. At the end we staid additional night. Price was good as well. If your driving there's a parking lot next to the hotel tell them your a guest and you will get "guest price"

Room options

Deluxe Studio, Jetted Tub

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Luxury Studio, Sea View

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Superior Suite, Balcony

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

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73% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 70 reviews