I don't know their suites but Nina is a good place for breakfast and light meals. Last time I was there in the evening we had an artichoke pizza and a tasty herbs salad with plenty of parsley and cranberries. For breakfast you can get...更多
So disappointing so far - huge problem with check in (booking lost, nobody was there to check in - we waited for thirty minutes). Then it turned out that the child was not indicated and they didn't prepare baby bed so more waiting time. Which...更多
The positives? The neighborhood is fun, lots of great cafes and urban amenities. Very much a bohemian pedestrian-oriented area. And the hotel does offer lots of "boutique" touches -toiletries, a good coffee machine, for example.
I cannot speak for the entire hotel. But if you...更多
Nina Cafe Suites Hotel is more of an apartment than a hotel - this is worth remembering, although it does have it's own cafe across the street. Shabazi St. is perhaps the nicest street in the whole city, very boutique and comparable to Notting Hill...更多
The Nina boutique hotel has a particular charm. Located in the most charming old neighborhood
of Tel Aviv, Neve Tzedek, The large room in which we stayed, suite 1, is on the second floor after an unpreposessing
stairway, but opens up to an elegant quarter...更多