We had a hire car; the hotel wanted to charge us initially 100 shekels a day for parking. That would have really pushed up the cost excessively, as the rooms are not cheap, and we were thre for two weeks, so we improvised, e.g. there's free eve of sabbath to 3.00 p.m. parking at the local bus station, though finding a grey kerb to park on is a real, real art in Tel Aviv, and parking penalties/tow-aways are really bad! It's a real pity hotel policy is not oriented towards helping guests pay quite substantial sums for their rooms and meals.
The staff were really, really helpful and pleasant. The first room they gave us looked slightly backwards and landward over a boring city-scape. But they changed it to a really nice sea view room when we asked - making a great difference to our stay. Thumbs up to the staff at the Renaissance!