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Peer Guest House

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36 Kehilat Aden, Tel Aviv 6560832 Israel
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#4 of 87 B&Bs / Inns in Tel Aviv
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Located in the beating heart of the historical Yemenite Vineyard, Peer Guest House offers the perfect solution by combining warm homey atmosphere with great budget rates. Peer Guest House has a great location, only 200 meter from the sunny beach line and the Carmel Market, just a few minutes walking distance from Old Jaffa, Neve Tzedek,Rothschild Blvd and many of the best attractions this colorful city has to offer.
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Veganguy wrote a review Feb 2020
Richmond Hill, Canada980 contributions328 helpful votes
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DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER STAYING HERE This is the worst place I’ve ever booked. If they ever had a fire you’d never get out, the front door is locked with a key pad, (no code supplied) there’s no staff on site or anywhere, but the glass in the door is missing so anyone can reach through and let themselves in. I’ve been involved in emergency planning and it’s my opinion that no fire department would approve this place. Just by propitious timing there was an Austrian tourist who could not get the key to work in his door so he led me back about six blocks to a hostel that gives out the room keys. I would never have known and would have been stuck. No one answered the phone, no one was on site and you are in your own. The Peer Boutique is no longer affiliated with Peer guest house and I can understand why it is not, it would lower any brand. The woman at the hostel had me on her list but knew nothing else about the Peer and although nice could be no further help. My room was on the second floor at the end of the hall. In a fire you would never get out unless you could jump through the window. It was the size of a small walk in closet and reminded me of a jail cell or something out of a horror movie. No TV and a struggling air conditioner that didn’t cool the room when I turned it in and left it for a while, water spots and a hole in the entrance area ceiling. The room was filthy. The tiny fridge had about 4 inches of ice on the freezer portion thereby limiting the already tiny useful space and of course blocking the entire freezer portion. The bathroom was the size of a phone booth with an open shower, no door or curtain, a tiny tiny sink (from a doll house) and again, I’ve seen nicer facilities in a jail. (Work, not incarcerated.) The halls were dark, one has to walk all the way down to the end of the hall to get to the narrow, dark staircase then back to the front of the building to get to my room. Again, in a fire you’d die before escaping or rescue. I’m not sure about smoke detectors or CO2 but I doubt anything there works. There was so much dirt and dust on the filthy rug, floor and beside the mini free standing clothes closet that I wouldn’t even take off my shoes and I did not have a Haz-Mat suit with me. I booked this blindly because it was the special Hotwire rate but this was the first time I’ve been so disappointed and disgusted. DO NOT STAY HERE
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
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davidoA8446EP wrote a review Feb 2020
Santa Fe, United States10 contributions1 helpful vote
Other guests raved about the service but except for Eli we had none. Great bathtub. Good bed but noisy all ought every night. Dry small alley location. Fun but funky. Not cheap for what it is. We left after five nights and they carped about not charging us. We moved to a nice clean Ibis in a Jerusalem. That was nice.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled on business
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Tiina_Tuulia wrote a review Jan 2020
Helsinki, Finland18 contributions3 helpful votes
The room was less than impressive… They didn't pay so much attention for the cleaning and they didn't seem to clean the floor even tough we mentioned about it. Beds were ok but the bathroom was tiny. I guess the patio was the best part in this place.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Ariana_03 wrote a review Dec 2019
Cyprus119 contributions53 helpful votes
We were a little bit scared about the previous reviews when we booked this room, but honestly was not that bad. The only real inconvenient thing was the bathroom, if I can call it this...this was all half meter,maybe less,all together toilet,shower and sink...Certainly not recommended for pregnant women or fat people!!!! (I have 65 kg and was very hard to rich the shower and toilet from the stairs!!!) The room was good, the bed comfortable, not perfectly clean, but not dirty. The Ac didn't work but we didn't need it because it was hot enough in the room.There is no TV in the room. They offer bath amenities, we had a room on the ground floor and we can hear everything from outside,but if you are tired is ok :). The property is near to the beach (5 minutes walking) and 20 minutes walking until Jaffa Old City.Very near to the bus station as well, if you print before a google map with the hotel,you will reach it very easy.Make sure that you save the address and have a city map.For the money that we paid I believe was not that bad.Israel is an expensive country and the good things at this guest house were that we were near the beach and center, we had a lot of restaurants near by, and we had in the room separate bathroom and a clean bed where to sleep.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Room Tip: Ask for a quiet room and maybe with bigger shower room,if they have
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Ted R wrote a review Nov 2019
Roseville, California8 contributions10 helpful votes
There is a reason why this place is cheap! That’s because it’s old, dirty and stinky! When I first came in the bed sheet was dirty it has a curly hair and it stinks! The room is so small and you can hear what’s going on outside! The toilet is even worse! The drain was clogged so the water almost overflowed to the room! Slow WiFi and the environment surrounding this house is so filthy, cats everywhere and it’s near a dirty market!
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
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US$80 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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IsraelTel Aviv DistrictTel AvivKerem Ha-teimanim
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Frequently Asked Questions about Peer Guest House
Which popular attractions are close to Peer Guest House?
Nearby attractions include Art Quest - Club Allenby 28 (0.3 km), Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall (0.3 km), and Jerusalem Beach (0.3 km).
What are some restaurants close to Peer Guest House?
Conveniently located restaurants include SABICH TSERNIKOVSKI, Bocca Bocca, and Arte Italian Ice Cream.
Is Peer Guest House located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.5 km away from the centre of Tel Aviv.
Are there any historical sites close to Peer Guest House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Ben-Gurion House (1.7 km), Bet Bialik Museum (4.3 km), and The American Colony Quarter Tel Aviv (1.5 km).