Surprisingly, the coffee cups in the kitchen were dirty, as well as, some of the forks and knives.
The free Wifi was a little slow at times.
One of our rooms faced HaAtsmaut St., which turned out to be pretty loud at night.
There is a paid public parking area 3 minutes away from the hotel, which you have to pay for separately, it's free during the weekend and not too expensive during the weekdays. However, when we arrived it was all full, so we had to park in a private parking lot next door, which was 16-20 Shekels a day. We paid 16 Shekels at night to park ,and when we left the parking lot the next morning at 9:30am, the parking attendant charged us for additional day which was 20 Shekels. In this case, parking is not really hotel's responsibly, but just be aware of the fact and try to park in the paid public parking area instead.
This property located in downtown Haifa, it's surrounded by many bars and restaurants that stay open all night.
The hotel is also within walking distance of the the German colony with its many restaurants and bars.
It was a little tricky to find access to the hotel while driving because it's located in a pedestrian zone. However, we were able to reach Moshe from the hotel on the phone, who was very nice to came and navigate us to the hotel.
Overall the room itself was clean, comfortable, and spacious. We were traveling with family so we got two rooms. One of our rooms was facing the inner shopping street, which was lovely.
The kitchenette, was comfortable for making our own breakfasts in the morning.
The complementary water, cookies, and milk were delicious.
If you rely on the public transportation, there is a public trarnsportaion stop on HaAtsmaut St. right next to the hotel, as well as, the Carmelit stop, which is two minutes away from the hotel.