Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv Beach

Address: 145 Hayarkon Street , Tel Aviv, 63453, Israel | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 145 Hayarkon Street , Tel Aviv, is near The Grottos at Rosh HaNiqra, The Jaffa Clock Tower, The Railway Tunnels, and The Lebanese Border.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv Beach

      Typical hotel stay in Tel Aviv


      The Crowne Plaza, like most hotels in Tel Aviv, needs some infrastructure investment. However, it's not a bad place to stay for business travelers. I stayed for a week during the 2006 Christmas period and the place was packed, but the service was good. The location is right on the beach and there's good access to the major highway. The parking staff are fast to retrieve your car. Internet access was excellent...I think it ended up costing about $15 per day, but I never had trouble accessing it. The breakfast is phenomenal and well worth trying. My room was cleaned daily but they did seem not to finish the job one day.

      If you are a typical American tourist or businessperson expecting a luxurious hotel, you'll be disappointed. But The Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv is a decent place to stay if you don't set you expectations too high. I've stayed in worse hotels in Tel Aviv.

      Ein typisches Hotel in Tel Aviv


      Das Crowne Plaza könnte wie die meisten Hotels in Tel Aviv eine Investition bezüglich der Infrastruktur gebrauchen. Aber für Geschäftsreisende ist es kein schlechtes Hotel. Ich habe dort Weihnachten 2006 eine Woche verbracht und das Hotel war völlig ausgebucht, aber der Service war gut.

      Es liegt direkt am Strand und hat einen guten Anschluß an die größte Autobahn. Das Personal, das die Autos parkt, ist sehr schnell. Der Internet-Anschluß war fabelhaft...ich glaube, es kostete im Endeffekt um die 15 Euro pro Tag, aber ich hatte nie Probleme damit. Das Frühstück müssen Sie unbedingt versuchen, es ist phänomenal. Mein Zimmer wurde täglich sauber gemacht, aber einmal haben sie ihre Arbeit scheinbar nicht fertigbekommen.

      Wenn Sie ein normaler amerikanischer Tourist oder Geschäftsmann sind, der ein Luxushotel erwartet, werden Sie enttäuscht sein. Aber das Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv ist ein anständiges Hotel wenn Sie nicht zu hohe Erwartungen haben. Ich habe schon in schlechteren Hotels in Tel Aviv übernachtet.

      Soggiorno tipico in un hotel di Tel Aviv


      Il Crowne Plaza, come la maggior parte degli hotel di Tel Aviv, necessita di alcuni investimenti nelle infrastrutture. Nonostante questo, non è un brutto posto in cui soggiornare per un viaggio di lavoro. Ci sono stato per una settimana durante il periodo natalizio nel 2006, il posto era imballato ma il servizio era buono. Si trova proprio sulla spiaggia e l'accesso a tutte le maggiori autostrade è facile. Il personale addetto al parcheggio è molto veloce a recuperare l'auto. L'accesso Internet era eccellente...Credo alla fine di aver pagato circa 15 dollari al giorno, ma non ho mai avuto problemi di connessione. La colazione era fenomenale, vale la pena provarla. La mia camera veniva pulita tutti i giorni, ma un giorno mi è sembrato che non siano riusciti a finire il lavoro.

      Se siete i tipici turisti americani o viaggiate per lavoro e cercate un hotel di lusso, rimarrete delusi. Il Crowne Plaza di Tel Aviv è un buon hotel in cui soggiornare se non si hanno aspettative troppo elevate. Per esperienza personale posso dire che ci sono hotel ben peggiori a Tel Aviv.

      Está bien


      Mi esposa y yo recientemente nos hospedamos en este hotel durante un viaje de diez días a Israel. No fue nada especial, pero no estuvo mal. Para los Americanos, se flexible, ya que los hoteles en Israel generalmente no son tan bonitos como los de los Estados Unidos y Canada. Este hotel es limpio, y está en una ubicación estupenda. Hay bonitas habitaciones renovadas, comparadas con las habitaciones más viejas y anticuadas. A ese precio, no es una mala alternativa. Te podría ir peor. Si quieres ascender tu estancia, paga los 35 euros extra por noche, y hospédate en el David Intercontinental. Es un lugar muy agradable, y tiene habitaciones muy bonitas. Satisface los estándares y expectativas Americanas.

      It's Fine


      My wife and I recently stayed at this hotel, during a 10 day trip to Israel. Nothing special, but nothing too bad.

      For North Americans, keep an open mind, as hotels in Israel are generally not as nice as the US and Canada.

      This hotel is clean, and in a great location.

      There are nice renovated rooms, versus the older dated rooms.

      For the price, it's not a bad alternative. You could do much worse.

      If you want to upgrade your stay, spend the extra $50 per night, and stay at the David Intercontinental. Very nice place and very nice rooms. Up to North American standards and expectations.

      Best choice on tel aviv beach


      good hotel,

      rooms are big and hace mini bar. bed is really big, the towels and sheets are clean compare to other hotel.

      breakfast is the best i have eaten in israel.

      the pool and spa area are really nice.

      the only problem is the service, especially in the reception.

      Run down


      Location - on the beach, crowded. It has been a nice hotel when it was new. Now it is somewhat run down, not very clean, service slow, breakfast geared towards local taste - ask for coffee if you want it, it won't come by itself. Restaurants expensive and not very exciting. Generally what you would expect from a 20 year old Holiday Inn in need of maintenance.

      Loved the Crowne Plaza


      We stayed at this hotel for 3 days in February 2006. 4 Persons. The food was excellent. Room service very good with a polite telephone call following from the management on each occasion we used room service to confirm we were satisfied. Standard of room very good although balcony was only a side sea view. Daily room cleaning very good and all staff very friendly and helpful. Large lounge very comfortable and of a generous size. The concierge was very helpful at all times. Easy access to the beach and within a short walk of shopping. We were so pleased with the hotel we rebooked for 2 weeks later this year.

      NOT GREAT or clean


      I stayed in the Crowne Plaza for two months, it is right on the waters edge with great views. The sushi restaurant and buffet breakfast are excellent and the food is always very fresh.

      However, the hotel itself is very dated and in need of alot of work. My sheets would sometimes have holes in them and were not that clean. The house cleaning was very unpredictable (soap and shower cap one day, the next day only a shower cap and flannel) and done to a minium amount of effort. Room service is very limited for the business traveller working late and the internet costs are very expensive. The gym closes in the early afternoon and you have to pay extra for it together if you want to use the sauna, the Jaccuzi is dirty and the pool area is not clean either. Not your usual standards of a Crowne Plaza.



      I stayed in this Hotel for 3 nights in September. After reading on this site that the Hotel was remodeled and it is a little better than the Hilton ( since the Hilton is aging.

      We got a room on the 4th floor. The room was dirty and dated. After complaining we were moved to the 9th floor to a better room that was more like a Crown Plaza room that we are used to in the U.S.

      I must say that the manager did take time to talk to us and was very nice about changing the room however this Hotel is not a 5 Star Hotel and I will never stay there again.

      The restaurant was very good they had great Business Lunch. Pool area and Spa were Filthy.

      Shame on Crown Plaza.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv Beach

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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