Ben Yehuda Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBen Yehuda Apartments Tel Aviv
We booked this apartement shortly before our trip, it was a comfortable apartement for up to five people. We had our own kitchen and 2 people shared each bedroom. The best thing was that our dish washing was done by the housekeeping - great for people without the time! Also the service was really helpful with organizing the taxi back to the airport, telling us about must-go places and even had first-aid kits available for injuries!
Additionally the location is perfect. 5 minutes walk to the beach, public transport in front of the house and many restaurants and bars around!
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