We've been staying here for a few days each year for each of the past 4 years or so. Unfortunately, the rooms are looking a bit shabby, with paint and other maintenance needed. The location isn't bad, but it's a longer walk to downtown Netanya, and there aren't many restaurant choices nearby. ALSO, the "king" bed is two twins pushed together with separate blankets that don't cover well.
Beautiful view of the Sea from higher floors, and we really like the Deluxe Suite, which has a little kitchenette, spacious eating and sitting areas and a second, half-bath. The separate sitting area with tv is really nice when traveling from the U.S. and dealing with jet lag sleep problems! Hotel restaurant food and staff are good.