THE SAVOY Tel Aviv Sea Side Review - 86% stars hotel

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Address: 5 Geula Street, 61049, Tel Aviv, Israel
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"Lovely relaxed hotel. Friendly, helpful staff, comfy beds, good breakfast selection. Only one n..."
John, United Kingdom
22 September 2012

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THE SAVOY Tel Aviv Sea Side Map

Traveler Rating:


  • Rating 4/5Hotel (overall)
  • Rating 4/5Food
  • Rating 5/5Public areas (Pool, Lobby, Bar)
  • Rating 4/5Cleanliness/Hygiene
  • Rating 5/5Room comfort
  • Rating 4/5Atmosphere and design
  • Rating 5/5Bathroom
  • Rating 4/5Service
  • Rating 4/5Location
  • Rating 4/5Value for money

I recommend this hotel for:

  • Rating 4/5Traveling alone
  • Rating 4/5Families with young children
  • Rating 4/5Families with older children
  • Rating 4/5Romantic vacation
  • Rating 4/5Seniors
  • Rating 4/5Business
  • Rating 4/5With friends

Would stay at this
location again:

Good boutique hotel in the very down-town of Tel Aviv

Posted by Iulia

I stayed one night only in Hotel Savoy, but it did meet my expectactions. I love this kind of boutique hotel. A small problem was that I had reserved a room with sea view and was placed in a non-sea view one, but again, for one night only it really didn't matter so much. And the hotel is placed in a second row of buildings facing the beach, so on my opinion very few rooms have sea view, and those which have, that must be a very lateral one. The interior fully compensated, the room was very clean and comfortable, and I guess that for more then one night, the studio with kichinette, microwave and jacuzzi bath tub really worth the little extra-money. The bed was great, with very good quality linen and everything in the room was ready at hand, although the room size is not very big. Minimalist decoration style quite nice, along with the white-and-black colour combination. Good quality cosmetics in the bathroom. Did not find the shower cap, but I guess it was just an accident. The street where the entrance is may look a bit scary, however, just few steps away you reach the Hayarkon boulevard, so it's not such a big deal. The prices may sound over-rated, but Tel Aviv is an expensive city and compared to other hotels, again, it does worth the money.

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