The outside of the building, front, side and back, is awful, with a lot of mess (broken bricks, litter, refuse). The main entrance, actually down the side of the building, smells of urine. The apartment is poorly equipped, having only 1 glass, 2 mugs, 2 small bowls and 2 small plates, and the only way of cooking is in a frying pan), the only table is tiny and slatted, so not ideal for eating off. There is quite a lot of ambient noise from the fridge, AC and the surrounding area. It mirrored our experience of Tel Aviv as a whole: disappointingly unstylish, scruffy, poor value for money and with unattractive graffiti everywhere. Even the back of the connecting door to the three apartments, of which ours was the last, had graffiti on it. It might say 'welcome', but it made it look like a cheap student rental. It was the most expensive and worst self-catering accommodation we had during our three-centre stay in Israel.