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Clean and fresh linens Dinner was overpriced
breakfast was nice, beds comfortable. this is the only i would say. nothing to do with Crown Plaza that i have expected. the hotel is in the middle of nowhere...i regret that i stayed in that hotel. in tel aviv there are very many nice beach hotels with wonderful view. here, even taxi drivers do not know how to get to that hotel...
The location was excellent. The room was very clean, spacious and lovely. The staff were all courteous & helpful. The Business Lounge was wonderful. Booking the Executive Double room was well worth the price. I would definitely stay there again and I highly recommend it. No problems or complaints.
The Hotel is basic but comfortable. The rooms are nice, clean and quiet with a adequate breakfast. The locations is not great as far as a tourist would be concerned but it is sufficient for Business Travellers who only need to stay for a few nights. The shopping center at the ground floor does not have much to offer particularly when it comes to food. On another note there is great confusion and frustration with the elevators
It was our second time at center chick hotel and it was great as at the first time. The "happy hour" was fun and exactly at the right timing. The crew was extremely nice and friendly. And of course no one can compete with the fantastic location.
It is well located, clean, comfortable, small, intimate,friendly.The staff was very courtous and helpful.
Very nice room. Both efficient and charming hotel staff. The hotel is in the center of Tel Aviv and at the same time very close to the beach.
This is a well positioned hotel for both city and beach. Its situation on a main road is clearly an advantage. Not all staff spoke English which was a problem. Communication between staff was not good -a deposit I had paid had been overlooked at the final billing stage. I did not like the way that although on the Booking.com website I had asked for a price in GBP I was quoted in US dollars. At the billing stage, my bill was converted into ILS (at a very disadvantagous rate I may add) and was considerably higher than the amount if I had been billed in USD. I therefoe consider this establishment rather less than truthful.