Description:The hotel is not a kosher hotel, but it is extremely well situated in the centre of Tel Aviv and practically on the seafront. There are many kosher caffes, fast-foods and restaurat on the promenade and in the adjacent streets. Many of them also deliv... [more]
Number of rooms / apartments: 30 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 0 (N/A) Kosher restaurant: 2 (many kosher restaurants in the area)
This hotel is a small All-Suite hotel, which is conveniently located on the central Hayarkon street, just a short walk from the Mediterraean Sea and from the shopping and entertainment centres of Tel Aviv. It is not kosher, but the rooms are all equipped with tea / coffee making facilities and the kosher restaurants in the hotel area are numerous. The hotel is smoke free.
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