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The Bell Boutique Hotel

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Recent guest reviews

Great little hotel near the beach with a rooftop deck (no bar!) and a spa. Comes with free breakfast and rooms were good. Mine was a single and small, but, okay for a single. This property has no elevators, so, if you are lugging a heavy suitcase like I was... I would stay here again!

What a nice surprise this hotel is! Its one block away from the beach and has modern simple luxury rooms with dead sea essentials. Great wifi, beautiful deck, food breakfasts and friendly & helpful staff. Only drawback is that there is no elevator so you have to bring your luggage up the flight of stairs!

It was "Economy Double room". In opposit of the description of the room it was just like 8 m2 square. The bed was 1 m wide - don't ask Me how to sleep there for 2 persons. Breakfest - omlet and coupe salads. "SPA BOUTIQUE" .....???? "Three stars hotel"..... ???? I still can't believe that this just happaned with Me.... Run away on next day....

Good hotel, the room was good, but on a noisy street. Careful with the breakfast food some of it was not fresh.

Great location good hotel for the price! walking distance to the beach, bars and restaurants. hotel offers free parking in nearby garage. staff very nice. rooms are ok, clean but very small

Walking distance to city center and one block from beach. Bus to Old Jaffa across the street.

Close to the beach and the action in Tel Aviv, extremely efficient cleaning ladies, excellent breakfast. TV didn't work and only got quasi-cold water from the shower. If you can suck up some problems that need to be fixed here and there, it's fine. No mini-bar nor vending machine so if you want something outside of breakfast you need to go out to one of the small stores downstairs.

I needed a place to sleep before catching a flight at Ben Gurion the next morning. The Bell Hotel was very convenient to the beach and small food shops, the staff very capable and friendly. The breakfast probably appealed to a Mid-Eastern with all its variety but was a bit too much like a lunch or dinner for my tastes - lots of variety, though. The room was quiet, lots of channels from all over the world on the TV, bed comfortable, bathroom clean and adequate. Nice rooftop lounge.

Came back to Jerusalem and was so happy they had availability. Clean, helpful staff, great breakfast!

great place, I've stayed here twice now, really friendly and helpful staff, very clean, great location near the beach. recommended!

Terrific location, helpful staff, uncommonly delicious breakfast, good wi-fi. Perfect.

We were pleased with our stay. The breakfasts were terrific and the free parking was a good value, although the garage that we parked the car at was seedy and very hard to manuver a car in. The location, just a block from the beach was terrific.

Location and breakfast included were the best qualities of this walk-up hotel. Front-desk staff not so hospitable -- a major pet peeve. Good location on main street near the beach, limited view, but not from my room. My room balconey room view was not pretty but welcome nevertheless. Free internet use on lone computer. I'd like to have paid less for the room, overall.

We had a wonderful time in Tel Aviv. The Bell hotel is a block from the beach, and situated right next to an old Tel Aviv neighborhood. The hotel is spotlessly clean -- our room had a view of the Sea and was very comfortable. We've recommended the hotel to our friends since this experience.

The hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating. The room was pleasant, quite clean, and well air-conditioned; the breakfast was generally pretty good. The hotel is located on the intersection of HaYarkon Street and Allenby Street, which is quite a busy road, but the effect is a very urban setting which I don't think is accurately represented by the hotel's website. Anyhow, it's very close to the beach, and overall a nice place to stay.

Stop by on my way to Jerusalem, business trip. Went out and had fun.

I was looking for a clean, cheap room in tel aviv, just to recover from the 22 hour travel time (including 3 diffrent layovers)from us to israel. My first night was missed because of a fire on the airplane. I tried to cancell, but hotel would not because of a 2 day cancellation policy. I arrived on what should have been my second night. I stood outside for 2 or 3 minutes in a storm because door was locked and clerk was away from desk. Hotel looks nice inside and out for a budget hotel, although not in the best looking area for design or safety. When I walked into my room, I thought I was in a closet. This was the smallest room I have ever paid to stay in. The room was apx 6 feet wide and 12 feet long, including the 2 foot 4 inch wide bathroom ( yes, I measured it). I am not a large person, but I found it hard to even move in the bathroom(sorry for any unintentional pun). Also, there was a moldy smell in the room that did clear after runing ac for 15 minutes with the window open. on a square foot basis, this is more than some luxury hotels, but taken for what it is, its not a horrible deal. The next night I paid $12 more for a room in eilat that was about 5 times larger with a great view of the ocean and 3 other countries. I can say the staff was very friendly, and they do have larger rooms, but since I was alone, this is what I was given. I might stay there again, but only because the free parking was worth 15-20 dollars and also the free internet. I paid a total of $164 for what should be a 2 night stay I would recommend this hotel, but only if you are not expecting alot.

Friendly staff, clean, reasonably well maintained facility. No elevator. Good value

This hotel was just a 7 hour stop for us before an early morning flight. It was advertised as an airport hotel, but it's 12 miles from the airport, it's closer to the beaches.It was a $60.00 cab ride to the airport. I don't call that an airport hotel. It's a party hotel and so it the area. People up yelling, talking loud until we left there at 3:00am. Lots of street noise and sirens. We got no sleep and we weren't feeling well so it was a miserable night. The room was ok, the bed and pillows were the best thing about it and that's important. There is no elevator so beware you have to carry luggage up and down stairs.

Great location - one short block from Medeteranian Sea. really helpful staff - especially [...] - Superb breakfast

Hayarkon 50 Tel Aviv

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Frishman Beach and Carmel Market
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Spa
  • Rooftop terrace

Located in Tel Aviv Promenade, The Bell Boutique Hotel is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Frishman Beach and Carmel Market. This 23-room hotel has conveniences like a coffee shop/café, a full-service spa, and free in-room WiFi. Gordon Beach and Dizengoff Centre are also within a short walk.


Dining

Start each morning with continental breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

The Bell Boutique Hotel's 23 rooms are individually furnished and provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Rooms also include free toiletries.


Property features

A full-service spa, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas are featured at The Bell Boutique Hotel. Self parking is offered for USD 15.00 per night. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a computer station and a TV in a common area.

Room options

Double Room, Sea View

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Double or Twin Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room, Balcony

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Room, Jetted Tub

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for The Bell Boutique Hotel

Everyone (1) Couples (8) Business (1) Other (9) Friends (1)
4

nice hotel near the beach

Everyone

Great little hotel near the beach with a rooftop deck (no bar!) and a spa. Comes with free breakfast and rooms were good. Mine was a single and small, but, okay for a single. This property has no elevators, so, if you are lugging a heavy suitcase like I was... I would stay here again!

By , from Cleveland, OH on Jul 25, 2016

4

simple luxury

Couples

What a nice surprise this hotel is! Its one block away from the beach and has modern simple luxury rooms with dead sea essentials. Great wifi, beautiful deck, food breakfasts and friendly & helpful staff. Only drawback is that there is no elevator so you have to bring your luggage up the flight of stairs!

By on Jul 18, 2015

1

never trust to "special discounted proposals"

Couples

It was "Economy Double room". In opposit of the description of the room it was just like 8 m2 square. The bed was 1 m wide - don't ask Me how to sleep there for 2 persons. Breakfest - omlet and coupe salads. "SPA BOUTIQUE" .....???? "Three stars hotel"..... ???? I still can't believe that this just happaned with Me.... Run away on next day....

By on Mar 10, 2015

3

good hotel

Couples

Good hotel, the room was good, but on a noisy street. Careful with the breakfast food some of it was not fresh.

By on Feb 10, 2015

4

great location good hotel for the price!

Couples

Great location good hotel for the price! walking distance to the beach, bars and restaurants. hotel offers free parking in nearby garage. staff very nice. rooms are ok, clean but very small

By on Jan 9, 2015

3

centrally located

Singles

Walking distance to city center and one block from beach. Bus to Old Jaffa across the street.

By on Sep 16, 2014

3

your classic "budget" hotel

Singles

Close to the beach and the action in Tel Aviv, extremely efficient cleaning ladies, excellent breakfast. TV didn't work and only got quasi-cold water from the shower. If you can suck up some problems that need to be fixed here and there, it's fine. No mini-bar nor vending machine so if you want something outside of breakfast you need to go out to one of the small stores downstairs.

By on Jul 7, 2014

4

good quality for the price

Singles

I needed a place to sleep before catching a flight at Ben Gurion the next morning. The Bell Hotel was very convenient to the beach and small food shops, the staff very capable and friendly. The breakfast probably appealed to a Mid-Eastern with all its variety but was a bit too much like a lunch or dinner for my tastes - lots of variety, though. The room was quiet, lots of channels from all over the world on the TV, bed comfortable, bathroom clean and adequate. Nice rooftop lounge.

By on Jul 5, 2014

5

a winner!

Singles

Came back to Jerusalem and was so happy they had availability. Clean, helpful staff, great breakfast!

By on Jun 3, 2014

5

terrific and convenient

Singles

great place, I've stayed here twice now, really friendly and helpful staff, very clean, great location near the beach. recommended!

By on Jul 16, 2013