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"Great service, location, and food"
This hotel is a very nice hotel with some beautiful ocean views. It is conveniently located walking distance from the main market, across the street from the beach, and about a 20 minute walk to Jaffa. The food is good, the service is good, and the amenities are good. The only issue I had is very minor and trivial: the bathroom lighting for the main mirror is not stellar. Other than that, it has everything you need. Suitable for families, groups, tourists, business travel, and religious people too.
"Good hotel, but avoid breakfast and laundry service at all cost!!"
My partner and I stayed at the hotel from 23 to 26 December 2016. Age group 25-30. The overall experience was ok. Our room was a good size and the spa was good too. However, don't opt for breakfast at the hotel, especially that Tel Aviv has an amazing street food and great restaurants. It pretty expensive and pretty bad. Also, on the last night we bought two single bed linen sets and needed them ONLY washed. So we asked at the reception if it's would be possible. It took them an hour to find out, and we had to call reception twice, and in the end they say yes! Woo hoo we were lucky! The next day at the check out, our bill for the laundry was 165 dollars!!! WOW! If you think about it, the laundry service at the hotel is usually very expensive because the items need to be specially and carefully washed, aka clothes. But the bed linen is OK to be chucked in with the rest of hotels bed linens!! Anyways, no explanation was given and no manager turned up. A daytime robbery!
"Excellent high-end hotel by the sea"
We had a view of the Mediterranean. Some rooms have balconies too. Room very good, though I am not a fan of transparent glass half-doors for showers. Breakfast buffet ("Jaffa Court") excellent. Two dinner restaurants off the main lobby: Aubergine (meat; fancy steak-type stuff, not our thing) and a dairy one (not sure of the name). This is a very high-end hotel (weddings, etc.), so when you stay in it you feel that you are in a high-end hotel in a big city - if that's what you want. Staff all speak English, and there is a business center upstairs. Good access to beach. It is literally across the street from the Hassan Bek Mosque, and a very short walk to the site of the Dolphinarium. About a 25 minute walk to Jaffa.
"What a great hotel"
The InterContinental David Tel Aviv is one of the best hotels in Israel. Located one block from the beach and walkway in Tel Aviv, it is both elegant and beach friendly. The hotel staff is extremely customer oriented. Check in was a breeze. The breakfast buffet offers great variety and quality to meet almost all tastes and preferences. The hotel rooms are plush. The bathrobes, slippers make a nice addition. The health club is user friendly and included at no charge. For an additional fee, spa services are available.
"GREAT HOTEL BUT DON'T EXPECT TOP CLASS SERVICE"
Lovely hotel in a good location. We had some issues which they did their best to resolve. They need some lessons from USA in organisation and customer service. Its Israel though so don't expect too much. They work on the basis that they have a captive market and people will go there anyway. Anyone offering extraordinary service will sweep up but don't hesitate to visit its still a nice hotel.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM