Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed two nights in August, wish we could have stayed longer. The Hotel has a fabulous view of the beach from the lobby and also from our room. Our room was big enough with very modern furnishings, more than adequate(we generally travel light).the bed was comfortable, sheets and towels were clean and the bath and shower were modern and spotless. The staff is very helpful and most speak English well. We ate out so no comment regarding the restaurant. Check in and out was quick and efficient. The beach is across the street and is fabulous, clean in spite of large August crowds with soft sand and well positioned showers so we never had to walk back with sand on our slippers. we would definitely stay there again.
This is a nice hotel, good location and courteous staff. However the August guest crowd (not the same as other months) includes families with small children and some really obnoxious people. On a Saturday morning we had breakfast at the main dining room. Nice spread buffet but clearly understaffed. The floor was filthy since no one cleaned up the food thrown by children while their parents did not stop them and we had to wait a long time to get a cup of coffee (served by a waiter). Also, unpleasant experience at the club on the 18th floor. Some guy was talking loudly on his cell phone for half an hour and then picked up food from the buffet with his bare hands. He yelled at a guest who dared asking him to stop taking food with his hands. Instead of calling security the Sheraton staff present did nothing.
We were so pleased with our stay at the Sheraton Tel Aviv. Check in and check out was quick and simple. The hotel is beautifully kept, extremely clean and spacious. We had a room with a gorgeous view of the pool and the beach area. The beds were extremely comfortable and the shower was state of the art. Tania at the front desk was especially welcoming and courteous. The only negative is that we would have liked to stay longer. We would definitely stay there again.
This was our second stay at the Sheraton Tel Aviv and we booked a room with access to the Executive Lounge. There is a separate check-in area for these guest rooms which was excellent and very welcome. On arrival our bags were efficiently taken by the hotel staff from the taxi. We next found them delivered quickly to our room. The Executive Check in staff was outstanding, extremely courteous, professional, and helpful. My thanks to them for making this chore go very pleasantly and smoothly. The executive lounge is something we enjoy for the peaceful atmosphere and privacy. And of course the outstanding view of Tel Aviv beaches and the Mediterranean. Even though the breakfast in the lounge is not as elaborate as the buffet in the main restaurant, it is very adequate and we enjoy the view and relative privacy. However, the breakfast staff in the lounge is very inadequate. They could really use 1 or 2 more servers to clear the tables and to serve coffee. You cannot get the coffee yourself. You must request it. This takes a long time with the short staffing. Coffee is something very important for breakfast! The hotel was very clean. We had a recently renovated room. The bathroom was very nice. The bedrooms are tiny. But so are most hotel rooms. No big deal. We are used to it. The furnishings are "minimalist"....which some people might find off-putting. It is very "cold" and "basic". But I look at the package as a whole and not just the decoration of the room. The bedding was excellent. Lunch service in the bar was excellent as was the food. We sat by the pool which was lovely and really enjoyed the fresh fruit smoothies. The concierge service was extremely helpful to me. I must especially thank Anastasia who recommended a Glatt Kosher restaurant to me for my big family dinner in Tel Aviv. At her suggestion we tried Meat and Eat at the Tel Aviv port. It was EXCELLENT so I must thank her for that. Everyone enjoyed it very much. The location for us was excellent. Lots of places to go within reasonable walking distance and we loved having the beach across the street. My only suggestion would be that some of the front desk staff in the lobby might be re-trained to show a more helpful and welcoming attitude.
Beautiful view, elegant room, excellent restaurant ! Just out the door walk to the warm waters of the Sea. It was a perfect end to our Holyland tour. The service was quick and friendly. They helped me send a large package back to the states. A lot of fun shopping near by. I would definitely recommend.
We are Platinum preferred guests and they treated us as such. They gave us a suite on the 19th floor on our first visit and an Executive Suite on the second one. The hotel is amazing and facilities are great. If you want to go to the beach, the most popular one is literally crossing the street. The best bars and restaurants are easily accessible by taxi or walking. We really enjoyed the hotel and would go back when back in Tel Aviv. Only comment was on the breakfast. Since the hotel is Kosher, they wont serve good coffee or hot milk on Saturdays, which caught us off guard. Other than that, the hotel and staff were just great.
Was greeted by Tania Who went well beyond our imagination to make our stay most comfortable. We came early and Tania found us a prepared room which exceeded our expectations. We certainly recommend this hotel to anyone staying in the Tel Aviv area.
We couldn't be more pleased with the Sheraton Tel Aviv, especially check in, which was exceptionally friendly and efficient thanks to Tania at the front desk, who dealt with our early arrival, large family, and special requests with ease. She started our stay on a high note. The remodeled rooms are modern and bright, and the views of the beach and sea are terrific.
We (my wife, our daughter and myself) stayed at the Sheraton in August of 2017. The hotel is located on the beach in Tel Aviv in about one-minute-walking distance, nonetheless, it has an outdoor pool and also a toddler's pool which we enjoyed much. It has an underground parking for the use of hotel guests (highly recommended for Tel Aviv in not always a parking friendly city). The room was quite spacious, with a mini-bar, and a TV. We were upgraded to a sea-view room and it's was great. Next time i'll make sure to ask for it specifically. we asked for a baby cot in the room for our daughter however a mix up had occurred and we received an extra bed (some sort of fold-away sofa bed), we contacted Henry in the reception and he had a baby cot delivered promptly to our room. The staff is rather fluent in English and we had no problem communicating with any of them. they were very nice, pleasant and eager to assist. The breakfast was abundant and with a great assortment of cereals, cheeses, baked goods, fruit and vegetables. There was a lady frying omelettes but a line had formed and we didn't wish to wait. Being a Kosher place, there were no hot dogs, pastrami, sausages or meat of any kind for that matter. We didn't mind but it might bother others.
I stayed for two - one night stays within a week. Everyone is very nice at the hotel. For my second night, Tania upgraded me to a room with a view of the beach with a balcony. The room is large, comes with robes and slippers for guests. The beach is across the street. There is a safe in the room to put valuables. The only somewhat negatives, are - the rooms do not come with a refrigerator, they have a mini bar but not a place that you can put food/drinks and breakfast is not included. If you are a SPG member and have points, this is a fabulous deal. The rooms are an average of 12,000 points for a std room and they allow you an option of using a combination of points and money.
- Walking distance to Gordon Beach and Dizengoff Centre
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel places you next to Gordon Beach and a short stroll from other popular sights like Dizengoff Centre. 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 Frishman Beach 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.
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76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1508 reviews