Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
What a great stay at a lovely hotel located at the heart of Tel Aviv beach promanade. Many thanks to the wonderful staff of the club lounge: Shani, Michael and moria who made us feel very welcomed and tried thier best to make our stay as pempering as possible. The hotel itself has a great location and the views from the higher floors are just amazing. The rooms are clean and well stocked though a bit basic in terms of decor. We got the club suite and it was spacious and comfortable. The biggest asset of the hotel is its staff: from the bell man, front desk, housekeeping, room service, etc. Everyone were professional and kind. The club lounge has stunning views and offers round the clock treats including all kinds of sweats, soft drinks, wine and more. I would definitely recommend this hotel as a great option in TLV.
One night of pleasure, luxury and beautiful night over. Excellent location . Superb facilities- so comfortable and generous. During breakfast while watching the beach, felt an urge to get closer to the waves. Outstanding staff had my cappuccino to go, down the stairs, crossed the street and the Mediterranean was at my feet. Thats the thing with this hotel- every-time i stay there- it’s always a “YES” - toothpaste, sea view, happy hour, free wifi , robes, terais - name it and someone will try to grant your wish. Worth the money- every single time.
I was in Tel Aviv for mostly work over the last two weeks with colleagues, and while in Israel we stayed at 6 different hotels. By far the Club Floor at the Sheraton Tel Aviv was the best. Thanks to Mazal, Revital and Michael we all had a great stay and found it easy to get our work done. They assisted with booking drivers, restaurants to even suggested best sites to see. Will be back soon.
Was on Tel Aviv from November 4-11. Half for Work and the other half for vacation. Th Sheraton is located right in the beach and a short walk to most venues. The rooms are nothing exciting. They could use a bit of a refresh however they were very clean. Breakfast was great but if it’s not included in the rate it is a bit too expensive at $20 US per person. I used the meeting rooms on the 18th floor and the service was excellent. During checkout Tonya was extremely helpful with my billing which had to be split if you ways for my business and my personal travel. Overall a very good location. Try to get Seaview room as the sunset over the beach is beautiful.
I’m really surprised at the number of “Excellent” reviews for this hotel on TripAdvisor! I’ve stayed at this hotel 7 times now—not because I chose to return after the first visit (I would not have chosen to return) but because my company books this hotel for me and I have no say in the matter! Here are my thoughts on this hotel… Pros: 1. Location, location, location. It’s right across the street from the beach and it’s a short walk to some really great restaurants. 2. The staff is generally quite friendly. 3. The Executive Lounge is a nice perk—though it has limited hours (i.e. not 24 hours/day) and they won’t even let you take a water out of the lounge. Cons: 1. This hotel is about two decades overdue for a major renovation! For two out of my seven stays, I was in one of their “renovated” rooms, which are, for the most part, up to modern hotel standards—though, even then, the quality of the furnishings is lower than I have come to expect from modern top-brand hotels. Also, some of the infrastructure was not upgraded in the renovation—such as the heating and air-conditioning controls, which are relics from the 1970’s. Another small example was the fact that the new curtains are really cheap and they don’t close completely—making it very difficult to darken the room if you need to sleep during daylight hours. For another two of my seven stays, I was upgraded to suites (one of them was an enormous two room suite with a “living room” area, “office” area, large bedroom and enormous bathroom). Both of those suites, however, seemed like they had been furnished back in the 1980’s—and not updated since. Three of my seven stays were in standard “non-renovated” rooms. Again, those rooms appear to have not been touched since the 80’s--and they are "Average" to "Below Average" in every way. Most of the common areas are reasonably well updated, however, again, some of the basic infrastructure looks really dated. 2. The restaurant is 100% kosher—so, that’s great for whatever percentage of their guests want kosher meals, however, for the remainder of their guests, that means that their food offerings are quite bland—and I would say very mediocre. I’ve eaten the buffet breakfasts in top-brand hotels all over the world—and I have to rate this breakfast as “poor” at best. I’ve actually marveled at what a terrible job their omelet makers do! I even tried “coaching” one of them on a couple stays—but to no avail. Even though the breakfast is included with the rate that my company pays, I’ve given up eating in this hotel. I’d much rather walk somewhere else, where I can get a tasty breakfast. Don’t get me wrong—there are plenty of worse places to stay! However, I’d say that most everything about this hotel screams “Average”—not “Excellent”. I rely on TripAdvisor regularly—and it really troubles me when I encounter a hotel or restaurant whose TripAdvisor rating is really not in line with the actual quality of the establishment. That, in my view, is the case with this hotel. Rate the Tel Aviv “Beach” as “Excellent”, rate the surrounding restaurants as “Excellent”, rate your Jerusalem tour as “Excellent”—but rate this hotel based on it’s quarter-century-old merits!
Stayed 4 nights at the Sheraton using cash & points with Starwood. Check-in was flawless. Rafael could not have been more accommodating! We were upgraded to an ocean front room on the 10th floor. The room was spotless and the bed was very comfortable with fresh linens daily. The view from our room was amazing! The location is perfect, and Dizengoff Street is 10 minutes away. I would definitely stay here again!
This was one of the best experiences I've ever had at any hotel. My wife and I were celebrating our anniversary and we were looking for an extra special stay. Not only did the staff at the hotel meet our expectations, they exceed them! It started with Mazal and Revital who took such good care of us. Thanks for the room upgrade, champagne and chocolates. The room was modern, very clean and had a few extra amenities that I usually don't see at other hotels. And the ocean view was just so beautiful and relaxing. The food that was served for breakfast and dinner in the club lounge was fresh, tasty and plentiful. And finally, when it was time to check out, Tania was so nice and checked us out quickly. Thanks to all the staff who made this anniversary an extra special celebration. We're already starting to plan our next stay at your hotel!
Overlooking the beach and near restaurants and shops, the Sheraton is a great choice when staying in TV. Wander across the road and within a minute you are swimming in the Mediterranean Sea. A few more minutes and you have plenty of dining options. The hotel food is great and the view amazing.
The hotel is located directly across the beach (you just have to cross the road - there are no hotels right on the beach in TLV - you can't get much closer). Decent rooms for Israel. Comfortable beds. Helpful staff. Great breakfast (huge - there is nothing like an Israeli breakfast). Great place to stay.
This was our third visit to this property and as always it was great. Centrally located across the beach with great views of the ocean. The restaurant has good dining options including an extensive selection in their club lounge. It is within walking distance to some of the popular restaurants in Tel Aviv. If you are planning to rent a car, all major car companies are within a few blocks. Special shout out to Mazal the club manager and her team who makes every guest feel at home in that place. She is truly amazing and as a lifetime platinum SPG I can truly say she is the best club manager I have ever encountered in my 20 years of travel.
- Walking distance to Gordon Beach and Frishman Beach
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Tel Aviv Promenade, Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel is adjacent to Gordon Beach and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Frishman Beach. This 318-room, 5-star hotel has a restaurant, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. Located centrally in Tel Aviv, it's also close to Dizengoff Centre and Habima Theatre.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.
Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel's 318 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, minibars, and coffee makers. LCD TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, and pillowtop beds with premium bedding ensure a restful night. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also available.
Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel features a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. Parking is ILS 65 per night (ILS 65 per night for valet parking)—but if you prefer not to drive, catch a ride in the airport shuttle (available on request) for ILS 600 per vehicle one way. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a 24-hour fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1585 reviews