Hotel Saul was great. The room was comfortable and well-designed. The staff were very friendly and helpful with all requests. Decor was low-key, fun and well-chosen. Location is in a fun neighborhood near the Carmel Market and lots of popular restaurants and bars close by. I recommend getting the breakfast option- the choices were delicious and a filling start to the day. The coffee shop in the lobby was comfortable as were the outdoor tables. The hotel also has a roof deck for sunbathing and a gathering spot with complimentary beer, wine, coffee and tea.
Hotel Saul is the kind of jewel you congratulate yourself for finding. I did ALOT of internet research as I was planning this trip for me and my 18-year-old son. I wanted it to be central, small and welcoming. Hotel Saul was that and much more. Friendly staff, amazing breakfasts, great vibe, cool lounge on 4th floor with wine, beer, coffee always available and comfortable sofas with guest just hanging out. Like a home away from home. We stayed six nights and we loved it.
Great boutique hotel ideally located close to all the places you want to be in Tel Aviv. The beach. Dizengoff St. the Carmel Market. Rooms are well appointed, comfy beds and great shower. The got a lounge with free wine/beers/coffee 24/7… big plus. Very cute in-house cafe, with a great variety for breakfast. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to experience a true Tel Avivian experience.
Wonderful hotel, BUT They are saving on A/C! It only works properly after you complain. No doubt about that, I am experiencing it already the second time. Otherwise very pleasant hotel with a charming little cafe in a tiny lobby
Hotel Saul is a great boutique hotel in a perfect location. Close to the beach, the Carmel Market, and the rest of Tel Aviv, it is truly a unique and wonderful place to stay. In addition, the breakfast was fantastic as is the open roof with lounge chairs and the terrace with all day espresso, wine, and beer! I can’t rate this place highly enough.
Great experience overall. Very neat room, high attention to every detail. The stuff is super kind and nice, always willing to assist. Very good vibe. Cons - the room is very small and the queen size mattress is actually 2 smaller mattresses pushed together. Also the blankets are in the size for 1 person. Water pressure is low. You can hear lots of noises from other rooms. I'd give it 5 stars if the price was lower - was expecting a bit more for almost the highest price in TA.
Hotel Saul is a charming and personal hotel with fabulous staff and in a great location. We had a wonderful stay at Hotel Saul and in Tel Aviv. The staff were so helpful with recommending and booking excellent local restaurants. The rooms were simple and stylish, there are nice spaces to hang out and breakfast in Gili’s was super too. I look forward to returning!
A quintessential modern boutique hotel with a nice lounge with free nespresso/water and even free flower stalks for Valentine's. Very thoughtfully planned with a calendar of events and city guide made available for guests. The inhouse cafe is justifiably popular - which means that you should get there early to score a table for the breakfast. Location wise, it was a bit further from the places we ended up liking in Tel Aviv-Yafo eg Jaffa, Sarona, and taxi rides were expensive.
Good vibes, Clean room and very nice and welcoming receptionist. The breakfast was very good with a variety of options. The hotel is located in a quiet neighborhood near the market. Would recommend to anyone who is looking for a quick break of 1-2 nights.
This is simply one of the best hotels I’ve ever stayed in—period. Everything about it is first-rate. The location, the attention to detail, and most importantly, the people: Raya, Yulia, and Lina. Every question is answered promptly, and accurately. From recommendations to simple questions every one of them went out of their way to provide excellent service. The attention to detail by the hotel is extraordinary. Comfortable beds and excellent showers just begins to scratch the surface of how this spotless boutique design hotel is built and managed. In addition, extra features, including an enclosed, comfortable common roof with wine and beer, and a wonderful rooftop lounge. And the downstairs cafe is outstanding as well. Since it’s a boutique, the rooms are cozy but more than enough room for even an extended stay. I was fortunate to experience this incredible hotel twice within 2 weeks and I’m grateful I did. When I first arrived I noticed the welcome mat with unusual wording and didn’t quite know what it meant. After experiencing their wonderful facility and their hospitality I now know: “Stay Forever.” I sure wish I could, but I know that I’ll be returning—as often as soon, and often as possible!…
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