"Nice hotel with good atmosphere"
We stayed at Peer Boutique Hotel in Tel Aviv for 2 nights, the hotel is a short walk from Carmel market and Allenby Street, which is a main street in Tlv where you can find shops, food joints and public transportation (busses), for a longer walk you can go to Rothschild avenue which has fancier restaurants and some bars. However, what we really liked about the location of this hotel was that, despite being close to central areas, it is located on a narrow, quiet street which retains the charm of the old neighborhood. In addition, the bed was very comfortable and can easily accommodate 2 people. This is a great place for a good night's sleep in tlv! However, the room was very small as was the bathroom and bathroom sink because the hotel is in an old-style, renovated house, typical of the neighborhood. The hotel is a family run business and you can definitely feel that, the staff is almost entirely family or like-family, everyone is very nice, warm, cheerful and laid back. Don't expect any protocol or anything fancy as the atmosphere is very laid back and homey. The lobby has a small dinning area where they serve breakfast in the morning and refreshments such as cold water, tea, coffee and cookies at all times. Breakfast selection is not large, but it is very good and will do the job, there are 2 kinds of olives, 2 kinds of cheeses, butter and homemade jam and an amazing seeds bread, as well as tea and coffee. Overall we had a pleasant, homey experience and felt very welcomed!
Traveller from Queens, NY