Finding an ideal charming hotel in Ramat Gan does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv - Diamond District, a nice option for travellers like you.
Ramat Gan Holocaust Memorial (2.1 km), located nearby, makes Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv - Diamond District a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Ramat Gan landmark.
Rooms at Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv - Diamond District provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv - Diamond District guests have access to a concierge, room service, and a rooftop terrace. You can also enjoy a rooftop pool and a rooftop bar.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Ramat Gan shawarma restaurant such as Shemesh, which is a short distance from Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv - Diamond District.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an art museum, such as Israeli Art Museum.
Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv - Diamond District looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Ramat Gan.
I had mixed feelings about this hotel. It is definitely not a 5-star hotel, as it claims. I booked it for two nights as it was very close to some business meetings I had. The staff was quite friendly and helpful, especially the breakfast staff. The breakfast itself was decent, with good choices and fresh products. The room was disappointing: the decor was a bit dated; the room was pretty small for the price paid; I had two tiny single beds (80cm wide) ... the smallest bed I've slept in since I was a child ... one bed for me and one bed for the suitcase; noise insulation from the street and from the corridor was not good enough. The internet connection was reasonably good, while not being the fastest ever. I would probably stay again but I might look for a better option.
Lovely Hotel, good service nice breakfast selection BUT Terrible WiFi goes off and on everything 8mins. And no maintenance available to fix it. Spoke to reception they could not do anything about it. Also the telephone was not working and the TV needed to be plugged out as the off button on remote doesn’t work.
The Indigo hotel in Tel Aviv is located in the business district about a 30-minute drive from the airport, TLV or a 20-minute train ride together with a 10-minute walk. There is limited parking available at 3rd party providers so a car is difficult and expensive, however you are only a short walk from the TLV centre train station and the hotel provide a shuttle to the beach at set times. The hotel is nice and modern with an upmarket Japanese restaurant at the ground floor, a small gym on the 9th floor and a rooftop pool on the 10th floor. The rooms are a good size and has well working aircons and good working spaces. The only real drawback is the location away from downtown and which also means there is limited food options around the hotel.
I pay for this room suite 600 euro believing that the hotel being part of an international hotel chain could offer a good service to the guests even during Sabatt. this was not the case- i was replied that i could not have hot milk because they could not use any sort of machine.... so i asked them how they could bring cleaned and hot glasses and plates from the kitchen.... i do believe they were using dishwash machine during covid 19!
This is the first IHG property I have been to in a City that is adult only. This information is not immediately visible on the website. The hotel promotes a Spa on the website, this is closed. The rooms are well proportioned and spotlessly clean. The room had an empty mini bar but no useable fridge. With the exception of the free breakfast IHG status is not really recognised. The location is good with the train station a short walk away.
The Indigo in Ramat Gan is a boutique hotel and belongs to the IHG group, that was the main reason for me to book it. Hotels are in general super expensive in Tel Aviv, but I think this one is one of the cheapest 5 Star hotel you can find there. The location in walking distance to the Savidor station is very convinient, if you want to use public transportation (which I would clearly recommend in Israel). The Lobby area is small and nicely decorated, the staff is very friendly. The rooms and beds are definitely small but modern and clean. We also tried the Japanese restaurant on the first night we arrived at Tel Aviv. It was very delicious food, but quite expensive (again, its Tel Aviv ;-). Breakfast was very good, with a good choice of extras and a nice little buffet. On the rooftop you will find a little pool and loungers and a little bar. Unfortunately, we had no time to hang around there during the day, we just went up once for the views.…
The hotel room is dated, the wooden flooring is badly worn, Excellent shower but the brown wall and floor tiles is perfect for hiding filth. Looked as if someone had spat a dark liquid on the wall of the shower next to the soap rack, in the corner of the showers there was a block like mass and the drain was dirty- could have been hair or a mud like substance at least the face towels, shower and bathrobes were clean. There was a problem with the TV volume, the white chairs are in a desperate needed of a deep clean and generally the service was good - after leaving I requested a call from the hotel at the time of leaving, 2 emails and a call on the 26th - really disgusting after sales service
The manager is an unfriendly human being We had the rooftop bar with the pool private for a whole evening. From the location, it's also great, but then... The cocktails were all bad! The 2 waiters were just badly trained and didn't respect the masses. I tasted them all and none of them were good... The food was ok but the chicken was still raw in the middle. The music was just not fitting. The pool attendant ate more of our food than paid attention. At 11 o'clock sharp, the bad DJ only played Titanic songs, very inappropriate. Then the manager came and asked us to leave. The fact that the staff stood at the bar more than the guests afterwards and ate more of the food than we did is already a problem. Hands off and never go there again.
Awful service. While the one staff member was friendly, the service was just terrible. On numerous occasions in the same day we asked about room service and kept being told (1) we will receive a menu (we never did) and (2) restaurant opens at 7.30. At 7.30 we went there only to be told that there’s no staff so we should just order from Wolt (the local Deliveroo). Would’ve been great to know that hours before. They market a rooftop pool which is closed. Coffee machine didn’t work.
We were greeted very nicely by the check-in staff, who helped us find our bearings and directed us to our room. We like having a second blanket, and the staff were very obliging and brought it up very quickly. Although we did not partake in the food of the restaurant, it seemed quite popular. One small thing that was a bit annoying (and is likely on me for being a coffee snob!) was that I was very much looking forward to using the Nespresso machine the room was advertised to have. Unfortunately, there was no such machine evident in the room, though there was a water kettle and instant coffee and tea. A call down to the front desk resulted in a promise to get back to us, which did not occur.