Dan Panorama Tel Aviv
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Dan Panorama Tel Aviv
Guter Preis, gute Lage, gutes Hotel
Ich war während einer Geschäftsreise in Tel Aviv und wohnte für einen Monat in diesem Hotel. Ich fand, dass das Hotel für den Preis ein sehr gutes Angebot war. Es ist ein Geschäfts- und Kongresshotel. Der Lobbybereich ist sehr groß und immer mit frischen Blumen dekoriert, das gesamte Personal ist sehr hilfsbereit. Die Zimmer sind ein wenig veraltet, die Betten sehr komfortabel, es gibt ein Reihe von englischen Sendern. Der Frühstücksraum war sehr groß und hatte eine reichliche Auswahl. Der Fitnessraum, die Jacuzzi und die Saunaanlage sind alle kostenlos und sehr sauber. Die Sicht vom Zimmer auf das Mittelmeer war super. Das Reinigungspersonal ist sehr freundlich und leistet gute Arbeit. Ich würde jedem, der nach Tel Aviv reist, dieses Hotel empfehlen. Ich bin danach ins Crowne Plaza (geschäftlich) gezogen, was teurer war und mich enttäuscht hat. Wenn ich die Wahl gehabt hätte, wäre ich wieder ins Dan Panorama gezogen.
Gut für Geschäftsreisende
Mir hat die Lage des Hotels nichts ausgemacht. Es liegt direkt vor dem Dophinarium und dem Ehrenmal zum Gedenken der 21 russischen Jugendlichen, die hier umgekommen sind. Irgendwie doch ganz deprimierend. Sie sind sehr erfahren im Umgang mit großen Gruppen und Konferenzen. Das Frühstücksbüfett ist riesig. Das Abendessen wird auch als Büfett serviert. Also, wenn sie sich am Abend nicht vollstopfen wollen, dann suchen Sie sich einfach ein Restaurant in der Gegend. Ich hatte ein tolles Zimmer im 16. Stock mit Balkon und Blick aufs Meer und Yaffo. Ich würde aber nicht mehr dort unterkommen wollen, es sei denn, ich habe mit einem Mal Geld wie Heu.
Good for business travelers
I didn't care for hotel's location - right across from the Dolphinarium and the memorial to the 21 Russian youth killed instantly. Somewhat depressing.
This hotel is sure not for a budget traveler. They are very experienced in handling large groups and conferences.
The breakfast buffet is enourmous. The dinner, too, is a buffet. So, if you are not used to the evening overeating, shop around for restaurants.
I had a great room on 16th floor with the balcony overlooking the sea and Yaffo, but I wouldn't stay there again unless I have money to burn.
Good Price, Good Location, Good Hotel
I was travelling to Tel Aviv on business and set to stay in the hotel for a month. I found this hotel to be great for the price. It is a business/conference hotel. The lobby area is large and always filled with beautiful fresh flowers, all staff are very helpful. The rooms maybe a little dated, the beds very comfortable, wide range of english TV channels.
The breakfast room was very big and provided a large range of cuisines. The gym, jacuzzi and sauna facilities are all free and very clean.
The views from the room are great over the Med.
All housecleaning staff are very friendly and do a very good job. I would recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to Tel Aviv, as from here we moved to the Crowne Plaza (business) which is more expensive and I was very disappointed and had been given the choice would have transferred back to the Dan Panorama.
Highly recommend this hotel
We stayed five nights at this hotel as part of an ElAl package. The room we had was large, clean and overlooked the Mediterranean. The staff was accomodating, knowledgeable and very helpful. The breakfast was outstanding. The location, though a bit off the beaten track was very good. We would highly recommend this hotel for visitors to Tel Aviv
Tired and Worn but clean
We stayed at the Dan Panorama Tel Aviv for just one night (12/27-12/28). The lobby area was really beautiful and nice! The buffet restaurant had excellent food and a wonderful atmosphere also. The rooms are another story. We had a standard room with 2 single beds that was very clean but kind of stark, barren and worn out! The furniture was very old - although the beds were comfortable. I'm hoping that we were in a room that was scheduled for renovation because there was abolutely nothing hanging on the walls (but you could see from the paint that something had been hanging there previously), and maybe (hopefully) they took the pictures off the walls in preparation for painting.... we hope! The location is very nice - close to the beach (although I've never in my life seen so much garbage on what should have been a beautiful beach on the sea). This is definitely NOT a 5 star hotel (I'd give it 2 stars because they desperately need to paint and update the furniture in the rooms)! However, I would stay here again because everything was very clean, and that's what is most important to me.
Nice place. Helpful staff at reception, slight attitude once you get to the restuarant though! Has to be said that the cleaners all very pleasant and helpful.
Very clean rooms but that's a basic requirement really. Think fridge must mean something different over there - it was colder in the room!
Really tiny balconies, which is a shame, as the view of the beach and up towards Yaffo is really nice and can't really be shared or appreciated for a long time.
Lovely resataurant, good food, lots of choice, but yet again, attitude from the staff.
Nice place overall.
Good for Pesach
We stayed at this hotel in April 2004 for ten days.
The hotel lobby was well maintained and the rooms themselves were plain and simple, but adequate. The television did not have many channels as mentioned by another reviewer, but how much that bothers you probably depends on how much time you want to spend watching it.
We could see the beach from our balcony, which we only used to look at the view as it was only big enough for one person to sit in, and it is a pleasant walk down to the sand. It is also close to Tel Aviv's main market, which is a joy - if a maze - to wander through.
We stayed half-board and breakfast and dinner, given the limitations of the festival, were very enjoyable.
On the whole the hotel had a nice atmosphere and staff were helpful, and we enjoyed our stay.
1970's Porn Set
I stayed recently at the Dan Panorama on Business.
Overall this is a very disappointing hotel, avoid it, and stay next door in the Davids Intercontinental.
1. Rooms and Decor feel like you are in a 1970's German Porn set. Rooms have big White dome lights, and brown velour covers.
2. Room Bars are empty
3. TV is crap with no Movie Channels
4. Breakfast is buffet style - but frankly most of it is designed for the very sweet tooth - mostly cakes
5. Avoid the Summer - the place is full of children running around the hotel
6. The lifts - so slow, I am sure my hair grew whilst I was waiting.
7. Staff in the Bars - surly
8. No Smoking in the Bars - good if you dont smoke stupid if you do.
9. Pool, dont bother, walk 200 yards to the Beach, poolside is very poorly maintained
Spend a bit more if you go all the way to Israel and pop next door before you book in.
TripAdvisor Reviews Dan Panorama Tel Aviv
Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv
Good morning. It is
time to check out of the hotel & drive to our next stop. While waiting for the luggage to be put on
the bus, Tamara, Risa, Susan S & Lorrie enjoy morning calisthenics…I mean hacky-sack. You go girls!
Our first stop was Ein Avdat. Ein Avdat (Hebrew: עין עב …
... 1492;יא לא הצליח 92; לשנות את הטיסה האחרו 04;ה למלדי 89;ים. יצאנו את בית הנתיב 93;ת
ברגשו 14; מעורב ...
... etc.) and bringing them with them to Palestine, where they could then sell those. So German Jews were converting their marks into tiles, and then their tiles into pounds! This was controversial (Jews were supporting Nazi German industry, and using those goods in the building of a new Jewish homeland; Nazi Germany was in an agreement with a Zionist), and eventually Germany ended the agreement, and Arlozorov was also assassinated in Tel Aviv, though no one knows ...
... three meters below the level of the present Jewish Quarter, and had gone back two thousand years years in time. We were now standing in the upper city of Jerusalem in the Herodian period. The Western House, Middle Complex, and Palatial Complex are the three main sections of this museum. From mosaic floors, to Mikveh's (Jewish ritual bath), stone objects, and glass ware, we learned about it all. Our guide ...
... approached the 'zeh' in person, nobody says hello. In the
most loving way possible: What a bunch of busybodies! Micky gave me
the closest thing to a reason for this behaviour: 'this is my house
(gesturing to the entire kibbutz). I want to know who's in it.'