Score breakdown (from 2 reviews)
The Hayarkon apartments are a set of remodeled flats. The owner(s) basically divided a normal flat into 2-3 "apartments" for tourists. The building has not been maintained since the founding of TelAviv. To give you an idea, landscaping leading to the entrance of the building consists of weeds and dandelions. The main door is always open. Cats abound near the building, which also has a peculiar smell. Importantly, please note that the owner makes you pay an extra $150 for cleaning!! A very expensive, useless cleaning service.
The positive side of these apartments is the location: across the street from the Hilton, but without the views and with street noise; you can monitor every single move of your neighbor because the walls are paper-thin. And the Hilton doesn't charge $150 for having a clean room.
This place is so substandard it should not be listed in Expedia or any other reputable website. Period.
Genuine Expedia guest review
The following English reviews were posted by hotels.com guests from other countries:
We were promised a ground floor. Apartment turned up to be two flights of stairs. Stair case was very dark and had a broken banisters. Two treacherous for words carrying luggage upstairs.
First apt was so small one could not fully open the bathroom door, bed was in the way.
2nd apt was larger but had no curtains, felt very exposed. Both Apts needed modernisation and a good lack of paint.
We had no choice but to check out and looked for accommodation at night.
There was no service or adequate reception.
We finally settled in accommodation but not till midnight.
We were exhausted and felt shattered.
Genuine Hotels.com guest review
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