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We have just stayed at here for three nights while visiting Jaffa Gate. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and the manager and staff can not be faulted for their kindness and willingness to provide service with a smile. The Hotel itself as you may have...More
This hotel is dirty. Food is barely edible. Electrician's nightmare. You can't move around in the shower. The beds are tiny. Noisy because of location. Elevator does not function. Must have been built a millennia ago and they have been patching it together ever since....More
For the price of 75 dollars you can get a small room with a full bed and a toilet seat with the cover broken (which they fixed within in an hour).
The hotel is old.
BUT IT IS SIMPLY CHARMING.
It provides the exotic and...More
I had a 4 night stay here recently. Location for walking was wonderful. My room however was not. Maybe its because it was a single room, but the first room was shabby and dirty-garbage left in bins, floor not swept, window ledges dirty, poorly maintained...More
The best part of the New Imperial was the location - incredibly handy to the old town and also close to the newer part of the city (close to the tram stop too!). With this central location definitely came some noise at night. We felt...More
US$96 - US$178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi - we used a shared taxi from airport (least expensive) to hotel then had tour bus drop us off to our hotel in Tel Aviv since they were going there anyway. If you do this make sure tour co knows that's what you want so... More
Hi - we used a shared taxi from airport (least expensive) to hotel then had tour bus drop us off to our hotel in Tel Aviv since they were going there anyway. If you do this make sure tour co knows that's what you want so they know. The shared taxi vans are right outside airport - as soon as the fill up (approx 10) they take off (about 60 shekels per) - then just get their number for future pickup times/location. FYI taxis are expensive in Israel 🤓
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"The front of the hotel can be a little noisy, especially on a Thursday night - but that can be the charm of..."