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Reviewed 28 September 2019

The latest review I read scared me a bit but nope, mongering.

This is possibly one of the strangest places you will stay in but it’s great as long as you are planning your time outside the room.

It looks like a bunker and interaction with the owner is e-based but at the end of the day you get a good sized clean room in the best possible location.

No issues at all with cleanliness, shower and AC working fine plus parking right there.

It has no views and nothing outside what is proposed. Walk out turn right and just after the petrol station a nice early morning bar/shop 15 sheckel double espresso and two croissants.

Price! Cheap as chips. For a two or three night stay it is ideal. To be honest looking at the other hotels I would question people’s sanity going anywhere else.

A tip on beaches, Bora Bora on the north side. 50 sheckel/p but great vibe especially on Shabbat when the town dies.

Food wise trust TripAdvisor

Date of stay: September 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank 820diarmuidl
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Reviewed 9 August 2019 via mobile

Villa Roca name is very deceiving. It’s no vila! It’s a house with 6 bedrooms. The place is in a great location however the property is disgusting. Filthy bathrooms, dust everywhere, fingerprints on walls, smell of sewage. It was one of the most disgusting places we have stayed in. We complained to manager who did nothing and then owner came by with a major attitude not willing to Fix anything and making excuses the filth and stench. The faucets had remnants of previous excrements, mirrors were clouded with some haphazard wiping with a dirty cloth , ancient couches were filled with white dust and filth. I felt gross! Took shower in flip flops. Bathroom floor had not partition for shower so the entire bathroom would completely flood. What a dump! And the owner’s excuse was I don’t see it... you get what you pay for. We paid $300/night.
Don’t bother with this place!

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank inuchkee2
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Reviewed 19 May 2019

The place has good localization. they have kettle in the room for coffee and tea. In the morning you can have breakfast in the bars which are 5 minutes away. The parking was free. The bath could be renovated.

Date of stay: May 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank Piotr P
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Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

This block of rooms is fine for an economy visit to Tiberias; no frills but much cheaper than the overpriced hotels in the area.

Micky was very helpful, sending information and directions via WhatsApp and turning on the air con in plenty of time for our arrival which was much appreciated.

There is a car park directly behind the Villa, owned by Micky.

Good restaurants are very close by.

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Harrogateblades
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Reviewed 28 November 2015

This is not really an hotel as such. There is no reception but as long as they know when you are arriving, someone will be available to let you in and show you the ropes. My room was en-suite with a reasonably comfortable bed. Although clean, some rather suspicious looking stains hadn't quite washed out of the sheets and the towels and curtains were a bit threadbare. The floor is advertised on the hotel site as "parquet" but is actually lino with a sort of wood pattern printed on it. Probably easier to keep clean than carpet but not wood, nevertheless.

Once you are there, you will find them very friendly a helpful. Even for the one night that I stayed there, there was a bottle of wine, a fruit basket and a couple of large mineral water bottles in the small fridge. There is also a kettle and stuff for making tea and coffee. Breakfast is served at another hotel, about 10 minutes walk away, near the lake (Kineret). I can't comment on the breakfast as I had to leave early so didn't try it.

Good fast free wi-fi. Rooms have a/c and satellite TV.

Date of stay: November 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank andiedan
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