Prima City Hotel Tel Aviv

Address: 9 Mapu St, Tel Aviv, 63577, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 9 Mapu St, Tel Aviv, is near Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, Timna National Park, and Eilat Marina.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Prima City Hotel Tel Aviv

      Sauber, günstig und zentral


      Ein gutes Preis- Leistungsverhältnis für einen günstigen Aufenthalt in Tel Aviv. Das Hotel hat eine zentrale Lage zu den Geschäften, Restaurants und der Dizengoff Gegend und ist nur 5 Minuten zu Fuß vom Strand entfernt. Die Zimmer sind relativ klein, aber sie sind sauber und ich hatte keinerlei Probleme mit dem Straßenlärm. Das Frühstücksbüffet war sehr gut und das Abendessen war ausgezeichnet. Ich kann dieses Hotel jedem empfehlen, der eine günstige Unterkunft in Tel Aviv sucht. Es ist nicht das Ritz, aber es ist eine gute Alternative für ein Zimmer in einer ansonsten überteuerten Stadt wie Tel Aviv.

      Clean, Inexpensive and central


      A good value for an inexpensive stay in Tel Aviv. The property is centrally located to the shops and restaurants of the Dizengoff area, and only a short 5 minute walk to the beach. The rooms are a bit on the small side, but they are clean and I did not have a problem with street noise. The breakfast buffet was very good and the dinners were excellent. I would reccomend this hotel for someone looking for an inexpensive option in Tel Aviv..... It's not the ritz, but it's a good option for a room in an overpriced city like Tel Aviv.

      Pulito, economico e centrale


      Un buon prezzo per un soggiorno economico a Tel Aviv. L'hotel è ubicato centralmente rispetto ai negozi e ai ristoranti della zona di Dizengoff e a soli 5 minuti a piedi dalla spiaggia. Le camere erano un po' piccole, ma pulite e non ho avuto problemi di rumore proveniente dalla strada. La colazione a buffet era molto buona e la cena eccellente. Consiglio questo hotel a chiunque cerchi un'opzione non costosa a Tel Aviv..... Non è un Ritz, ma è una buona scelta in una città molto costosa come Tel Aviv.

      Me encantó este hotel


      Me hospedé en la ciudad el pasado agosto. Los disfruté mucho. La habitación era agradable, y tenía televisión. El desayuno estuvo bueno. El personal es muy amable. Me encanta Tel Aviv.

      Loved this hotel


      i stayed at the city hotel last august,

      i enjoyed very much.

      the room was nice (with lcd)

      the breakfast was good the staff is very friendly.

      i love tel aviv



      We stayed at the City Hotel for 5 days, very comfortable rooms , they provide wi-fi free of charge, the breakfast is very fresh and tasty.

      i recommend war those who look for great location and friendly staff and good value for money.

      Very nice hotel


      very nice hotel, great location

      free internet,

      very good breakfast

      nice room (i had sea view)

      the staff is friendly

      Big disapointment


      When we booked this hotel they said they had on site parking for their guest, not true, they rent it out to non guest during the day. We had to pay for offsite

      parking next door. The room was small and had a strong perfume odor that was not pleasent. I had the distinct feeling that they did not clean so well, the carpet was stained. The beds were comfortable.The staff was helpful when enquiring about places to eat that were kosher. the buffet breakfast was quite adequate and provided you with a good start to the day. The hotel has two small elevators that are very slow and limited capacity for three people, If you suffer from claustophobia don't use the elevator. Lobby is small with uncomfortable old worn leather chairs they could use new ones. not a place to relax.

      Pretty good place


      I think this hotel is good for those who are not planning to spend alot of time in the room.

      The rooms are small but if you only sleeping there who cares. Its clean, it did had a weired smell but I opend the window and going forward cleaning person left open window every day so it wasn't to bad at all.

      The breakfast offered a few choices and was pretty good, free internet in the lobby and excellent location to all restaraunts and promenade

      If you can get at about $80 a night take it, I would not pay more then that

      The staff was ok

      For all US travlers, in my personal opnion we are little spoiled by large rooms and certain level of service, please don't forget its a foreign country and standards are much lower then what we have here

      Small rooms, smelled weird!


      Stayed at the City Hotel in November for a couple days...It seemed the place was OBSESSED with sterilizing everything & it had a VERY strong cleanser smell everywhere. The place wasn't necessarily clean, but it smelled like it was. At times my nostrils hurt due to the chemical cleaner smells.

      The staff was nice enough, the breakfast buffet was tasty and the location is great! However,I would NOT stay here again due to the toxic smell & very small rooms.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Prima City Hotel Tel Aviv

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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