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Kehilat Aden 36 , Tel Aviv, 65601, Israel – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
Carmel Market (219yrd)
Tel Aviv Seashore (328yrd)
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 20 per person per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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The staff were very friendly and helpful. The rooms were clean and tidy (ours was smallish). We'd be willing to stay here again.
The choices for breakfast (breads, cheeses, yogurt, hummus, olives, fruit) were limited. The food itself was okay, there just wasn't much from which to choose.
Quiet location, close to the sea and Carmel market. Friendly staff. My room had two levels (floors), 1st floor - bathroom + kitchenette. down floor - the room itself. Would suit well for a couple.
Check-in/check-out in one building, the room itself was in another building, only 3 minutes walk, but still not so convenient when there is bad weather outside. The shower is together with WC and is very small. Internet wasn't stable. Stairs inside the room are a bit tricky, gotta be careful.
Included breakfast with a chance to get proper espresso/cappucino, tea, fresh fruits, bread and pastries. Very feminine interior, clean, luxurious feeling to the reception and breakfast area. Room was on a different street then the check-in (~300m distance), which gave a sense of privacy. Clean room, decorated with a thought, same style as reception area. Good bed with a huge blanket for two.
Out side the room some machine making noise almost all night long (maybe air conditoning), so problem getting quiet rest. Also bright lights from out side the room in the hallway shining between the curtains in the room all night, so if you need totally dark, it isn't. They repaired the toilet seat during our visit, so we couldn't use toilet for one evening, also no hot water for one night due to problem with the heater. We asked for a small refund, because it's not good service to accommodate people in a room that you need to repair during their stay, but we didn't get any -felt like we got cheated on this one, so I wouldn't stay here again.
The service from the new owner/operators when I had at the last minute to change the date and asked also to change the venue from this one (more of a beach house) to the better of the two they run—Peer Boutique Hotel, which they did with grace and ease. So this review is really about Peer Boutique.
clean , comfortable , affordable, well located, with a pleasant little patio.
Everything! Liron was so very kind and informative, he was able to answer all our questions and helped us see the real TelAviv.
We had to leave... traveled to Jerusalem.
Perfect location, nice and friendly staff, clean and personal atmosphere. Highly recommended! Patrik, Västerås Sweden, December 2014
We decided to stay in Tel Aviv as just a quick stop before heading to the rest of Israel's attractions because we thought it to be just another big city. We booked this hotel because of the excellent cost and it's location on the map in relation to the sea. As it turns out, this hotel is in the heart of the very charming Jewish Yemenite neighborhood and it's very close to the beach and the popular Carmel Market. It's very clean, extremely quiet due to the residential area that it's in, and the hotel owners and staff are amazing. They went out of their way to make us feel welcome by giving us excellent recommendations of places to go and the best places to eat (the best hummus and home cooked [literally] food in Tel Aviv), educating us on the area and it's history, and they even invited us to celebrate Hanukkah with their family. They truly made it feel like a home away from home and made us feel more like family than hotel guests. Needless to say, we spent more time in Tel Aviv than we had initially planned and we look forward to planning another trip there. There is ample parking by the nearby Carmel Market and it's only a 25 minute drive from the airport (we rented a car). This is an excellent springboard from where you can see Tel Aviv, Jaffa, and even drive to Galilee (2 hours) and Jerusalem (1 hour) like we did. You will not be disappointed when you stay in the Peer Guest House!
Nothing. Sharing in the cultural experience with this wonderful family and excellent hotel was one of our trip's highlights!
Very nice staff. Good terrace and rooftop view. Room is basic, but it is fairly enough for the money.
A bit cold as we were here in december.
Close to the beach, and markets. Helpful staff clean rooms.
View from room was a brick wall and I felt it was overpriced for what was provided.
We stayed in the guest house associated with the boutique hotel (located around the corner). The staff at the hotel were incredibly helpful and generous and kind. The location in the Yemeni quarter is perfect, feels like you are part of a neighbourhood. We loved our stay and highly recommend!
My friends and I were looking for a place to stay in Tel Aviv last minute on a weekend... everything we looked at was either sold out for the night or too expensive... then we found the Peer Guest House - and after reading the very positive online reviews and confirming the price, thought we'd found the jackpot! Sadly, however, our stay was one of the most disappointing I've had in almost 20 years of overseas travel :( The best thing about this place? Liron (super friendly and welcoming, went out of his way to help us and fix the broken front door lock upon arrival) and the location (super easy walk to the beachfront promenade and not too far from Old Jaffa; seemed like a very safe area with young couples and families walking around even late at night). The worst thing? Everything else. The entire duration of our stay we felt as though we were living in a dungeon or a prison cell, the place was that small and cramped. There was a nice outside area, but we discovered (by accidentally walking into another guest's UNLOCKED room) that it was a shared space. We did not feel comfortable leaving open any of the windows due to safety and security, so the apartment felt very claustrophobic and stuffy indeed. The staircase leading down to the "dungeon" was very narrow, and quite dangerous as it had no railing to hold on to. Carrying luggage downstairs was a mission in itself. The noise from surrounding apartments was very loud - from an odd-sounding dog whimpering early in the mornings, to very loud and very heavy footsteps from neighbours above and on either side of us. As such, we didn't have the best nights' sleep. The bathroom was ridiculously small, to the point we had to shower and then dry off and get dressed IN THE KITCHEN. The bathroom simply had no space for more than one person and even then it was a bit tight.
The location was great, the staff were very nice and helpful.
A construction site nearby, with quite a lot of noise in one morning, waking me up early.
I have been staying a few times now at Eden House and I keep coming back because first of all their customer service is simply outstanding, they really make sure that you are well looked after and always give you a very warm welcome upon arrival, which really does make a big difference. Secondly, I love the location in Kerem HaTeimanim, the old Yemenite quarter with its many Hoummus Places and cafes offering authentic middle eastern food. And it's also not far to the beach and close to Allenby St and Rothschild etc. And I like the House. The studios are niceley decorated and very clean. It's my favourite place to stay in TLV.
The bathrooms are in some cases extremely small, so sometimes it's a bit adventurous having a shower. There could be more kitchen facilities for people staying more than just a few days.
The location is good in the Yemenite quarters close to the sea. The rooms were clean
We had ordered a superior suite. Didn't get that and we were informed that it was due to technical reasons. No compensation for missing facilities such as TV, Safe, Micro, desk etc. The personnel promised to address the problem but nothing happened. In addition the facilities for preparing your own meals barely were enough for making basic breakfast.
Eden House TLV is really a friendly place with an attentive staff and a consistent and rich decoration - though some might find it over the top. The Blue House is more sober and has great (roof) terraces
The hotel really has to pay attention to details. Due to a short circuit we had to move rooms, the next room was not completely clean (empty shampoo bottles) etc. The really friendly staff solves everything in a charming and even effective way, but maybe it is better to avoid situations like this in advance.
nice location very clean
Staff was excellent and super personable, Common areas great, location great, rooms average.
The location, near the markets and the beach but also tucked away in a lovely neighborhood, is wonderful. The staff were helpful though not particularly prompt in responding to the presence of guests at the reception desk. The place is decorated nicely. Compared with other places this close to the sea and the tourist areas I liked the solitude of this one.
As a solo traveller it was difficult to schlep all of my luggage for a long trip through the cafe area to the reception, then back out and down another street to the actual room - I recommend either having a friend wait outside with the luggage or inquiring ahead of time as to the location of your actual room. The mattress was old and I could feel all the springs but I was staying in one of the cheapest rooms, so it may be better in the other rooms.
very nice small hotel good location very friendly staff
the room was little bit small :-)
Location, friendly staff. The Eden House facility is, indeed, a design hotel. However, I was accommodated in an outside facility, a tiny apartment, 2-min walk away. It was OK, equipped with a kitchenette and very clean, but a different type of accommodation than I expected.
Friendliness and assistance of staff member named Daniel.
We arrived in the middle of the night. Cab drivers couldn't find location and couldn't get down the narrow, poorly-lit street. We were dropped off 2 blocks away and were very apprehensive about walking the neighborhood in the dark. There was a dead cockroach on the floor in my room.
Beware, they have very noisy neighbours who will make your stay really unpleasant. I slept 2 hours.
I love the location of Eden House and the staff are great. This was my second visit so it must suit me. But don't go there if you want somewhere slick, with all mod cons, at least don't go to the Guest House it's a bit basic. For me the price is ok for Tel Aviv the neighbourhood fabulous (it's a bit like being on a scruff Greek island I feel) and the welcome warm. Near the beach and the fabulous Carmel Market too.
I can live with the Guest House being a bit basic and I don't mind the bathrooms at all but the layout of my room was completely crazy and could easily have been rearranged to minimise the amount of light coming in and keeping me awake nights. Oh and a new staffer made the breakfast experience a bit "Fawlty Towers" for a couple of days but she mellowed and picked up the general charm vibe. Food better on second visit too, think the chef is more confident and (just a bit) less over the top.
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