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Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Reviewed 23 July 2015

I have stayed here twice. Once in 2009 for about three weeks and again in 2015 for about 17 days. The two visits were quite similar with a few exceptions. On the first visit the breakfast was buffet style. On the second trip it was brought to you by a waiter with generally no choice of the menu (perhaps this...

1Thank K D
Reviewed 18 July 2015

the only good thing about the hotel is its location close to bus stops. the hotel is quite run down. there is a plasma screen. rooms are small and lacking in caricature. staff was not very helpful. cant believe the staff is being trained to serve in larger 5 star hotels. would not recommend

2Thank ima613
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 30 August 2014

This is a moderate hotel. No amenities but the people could not be nicer. The room was clean and quite. There is wifi access only in the lobby and sometimes reception was not great. An easy walk to a town center with shops and restaurants. Then just a little further to beach, about 20 minutes total. There is a bus...

1Thank mey312
Reviewed 26 January 2014

This hotel is terrible. On the first night they put me in a dirty freezing cold room, which was 90 USD a night, the room was not worth 50 USD a night, after a heated exchange with Shoshi Yellinek, they moved me to another dirty room with no heating. This so called front office manager is not suited for the...

11Thank elihay
Munich, Germany
Reviewed 16 September 2013

Shocking but true. The rooms are old, dirty, and very poorly maintained. The breakfast is plenty, but infested with cockroaches, especially if you arrive to the breakfast room as one of the first guests in the morning. The staff seems unmotivated. Since hotel staffs of many hotels in Israel begin their training / careers at this hotel, In order to...

5Thank Frank_F_2010
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 September 2012

I stayed here with my wife and son 1st week of September, having stayed here myself in February. As usual all the staff were polite and very friendly, all in all great hospitality. The food is very good, as attached to the hotel is a cookery training centre. Selection of food for breakfast is great and the wonderful attentive service...

Thank Maurice2012
Reviewed 12 May 2012

Hi to you all, I stayed at this hotel for three weeks because I had some problems to solve in Israel. I chose it because it was cheap ( by Israeli standards, not by European Standards), having to stay for so long. It is dirty, smelly, the staff is rude, noisy and with no respect for the customers. Everything is...

4Thank amelia b
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 February 2012

I stayed in this hotel for 1 week in early February 2012. Contrary to the reviews I read beforehand, I found this hotel adequate and clean, with a very good Israeli style breakfast selection available from 7:00 to 10:00 daily, including fresh oranges to make your own drink, cranberries, apricots and fresh figs, various egg dishes. I was on a...

4Thank Maurice2012
Reviewed 8 November 2011

The only reason this hotel is still in existence is because various governments use it for cheap lodging for their "employees". It should be condemmed...Russian employees are cussing at each other in the lobby while Muslim guests are having a family reunion in a dark corner of the same lobby. Don't ask for anything before 7 am or after 4pm.....

1Thank realitysrikes
Reviewed 8 August 2010

My understanding is that Israel, and Herzliya in particular, is a very expensive place to stay. However, I was surprised at the disparity in the quality of this hotel and the cost. I stayed here as part of a conference, and this hotel was recommended as part of the conference package. We payed the standard rate, which was US$160/night, twin...

4Thank tardigrades

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Address: 38 Basel Street, Herzliya, Israel
Region: Israel > Tel Aviv District > Herzliya
Hotel Class:3 star — Tadmor Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 58
Also Known As:
Tadmor Hotel Israel/Herzliya
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“Ask for a room overlooking the pool on one of the upper floors. These are quieter and also have a (not-so-great) view of the ocean.”
kd551, 22 Jul 2015 | Read review
“higher rooms have less noise”
ima613, 18 Jul 2015 | Read review
“There is wifi in the lobby only.”
mey312, 30 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Best rooms are at the rear of the hotel with a view to the sea. All valuables should be deposited with the reception desk. Remember when leaving your room to lock the door handle by pushing on the inside button before closing the door, Then check the door is secure from the outside.”
Maurice2012, 24 Sep 2012 | Read review
“Ask for another one when they give you your room! First floor seems a bit cleaner.”
ameliab900, 12 May 2012 | Read review
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