Stayed here for 5 days in late October. Very friendly and accommodating staff, relaxed but always helpful. The place has apartments in two adjoining buildings (119 and 121), but the reception is in 121. Given that most flights arrive at Ben Gurion at impossible hours, one tends to arrive outside reception opening times, but it is not a problem.
Given the central location (Ben Yehuda is somewhat of a restaurant street, and Dizengoff Street with even more options is just a block away), finding a (very decent) place for coffee or breakfast is extremely easy: e.g., directly opposite, or a few hundred metres north at Cafe Benedict.
We had the penthouse in 121, the only room on the 4th floor, with a huge wrap-around rooftop terrace, a big living/dining room with a pull-out sofa bed, a dining table, and a kitchenette that allows to store and prepare cold foods (there is a fridge). A microwave would be nice but is non-existent.
There was a separate toilet as well as a bathroom with toilet off the west-facing bedroom. The furniture was modern, with plenty of chairs & a table on the terraces.
Advice: if you plan to rent a car, do reserve one of the 3 or 4 parking spaces ($25/d) they have - kerbside parking is almost impossible. Internet is free and worked without problems at all times.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included