Cinema - Tel Aviv32.077975, 34.773552
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Luxury Hotels in Israel
The spectacular 4-star Cinema Hotel offers an ideal spot in a shopping area close to bars and restaurants. Offering accommodation in a 5-story building, Cinema Hotel has been hosting guests since 2001 and features historical architecture.
Nestled in the heart of Tel Aviv and a 15-minute walk from Tel Aviv- Hashlom train station. The property is in a 20-minute walk to Tel Aviv city center.
The venue is set next to shopping centers, a market and boutiques.
Cinema Hotel is about 10 minutes drive away from Sde Dov airport.
Guests can enjoy the luxury rooms which feature central heating, a laptop safe, a dressing room, a pantry and a wardrobe. Some rooms offer a fantastic view of the city. They come with a small fridge, a microwave and coffee/tea makers as well as bathrooms with a hairdryer, guest toiletries and a shower cap.
Eat & Drink
A rich buffet breakfast is served daily. Guest will enjoy local meals in a comfortable setting of the lounge restaurant. The relaxing café bar offers free Wi-Fi and a terrace. Cafe Neto and Bread Story serve a selection of meals within 100 meters from the venue.
Guests will benefit from medical service, shuttle service and ironing service.
On-site spa facilities feature a health club, a Jacuzzi and a sauna. The property offers a gym and a fitness centre to keep shape.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of floors: 5. Number of rooms: 83.
Late check-in/ -out
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor dining area
Sports & Fitness
- Tennis court
- Airport shuttle
- Room service
- Car rental
- Bicycle rental
- Self-service laundry
- Dry cleaning
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Doctor on call
- Wake up service
- Newspaper service
- Breakfast room
- Restaurant buffet
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Outdoor dining area
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Babysitting/Child services
- Children's play area
Spa & Leisure
- Beach access
- Night club
- Sun terrace
- Health club
- Garden view
- City view
- Individual air conditioning
- Central heating
- VIP room facilities
- In-room safe
- Connecting rooms
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- In-room sprinklers
- Hair dryer on request
- Free toiletries
- Bathroom telephone
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- In-room films
- International calls
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
In the Room
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
In the Room
1 Single bed
2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
The breakfast and afternoon tea provision was very good. The sun terrace is also a considerable asset. The hotel is an architectural gem.
It was surprising that there was no hotel bar.
that we got a printed version of a german newspaper, unfortunately only one day of three
The location is fantastic for central Tel Aviv, the staff went out of their way to be helpful, friendly and I was upgraded to a larger room on a simple request.
The Sauna Jacuzzi area was only open during certain hours and I felt it would have been fantastic if extended longer hours.
The Cinema is a true boutique hotel with the fun twist of the theater relics all around. It's a fine building in an outstanding location for seeing Tel-Aviv. Staff were very accommodating especially with hotel services. The breakfast was excellent and they were keeping it open later to accommodate more guests, very much a plus. Cinema Hotel also has an afternoon Happy Hour that lasts fro several hours and is a great break in the day, especially if it's nice enough on the balcony. They don't scrimp.
Not suitable - at least our room wasn't - for three people. It was too crowded with the extra cot they brought in. The parking is also dicey once you navigate the bizarre arrangement of one-way streets, but that's not the hotel's fault.
A beautifully and tastefully renovated bauhaus cinema in a wonderful location, right in the nicest and most interesting part of town and within easy walking distance of everything, including the beaches and main shopping areas. The rooftop terrace was great, and it was nice to have drinks and snacks provided in the afternoon (as well as the breakfast). Many rooms (including mine) had balconies, which was a wonderful (and unexpected) addition. There were lots of restaurants, cafes and 24 hour supermarkets very near the hotel. Some of the staff (especially those doing food and the night desk manager, Alfonzo) were excellent.
The breakfast was not as good as expected - since the hotel appeared to have no religious jews in residence, I felt it was unnecessary to impose a kosher breakfast on all the other guests. The effect of this was a preponderance of eggs and cheese, but no meat products at all. If you like fish (which I don't) it might have been better, but it seemed to me to lack variety.
Very good hotel, excellent position for shopping, good breakfast.
The location is the best feature of this hotel - on Dizengoff Square, lots of restaurants and shopping near by, as is the and beach (about 10 minutes walk.)
There is a night club underneath the hotel - not sure how many nights it operates or up to what level of the hotel the music can be heard, but in Rm 108 (immediately above), on a Thursday night, the beat was still audible at 0200hrs.
It was a nice touch to have tea, fruit, biscuits, cakes and wine on the 4th floor free of charge after 5pm. The Jacuzzi was also good. The room was quite clean, and check out time was not too early.
On the first morning the hotel was fully booked and we had to wait 20 mins in a queue (standing up) to be seated for the buffet breakfast. The hotel was situated near 2 night clubs and music could be heard from our room well into the night. On the first night, we were given a twin room instead of a double room, as the hotel was fully booked. This is despite the hotel emailing us 24 hours in advance of our stay to confirm our booking. However, we swapped for the second night.
The theme of the Hotel was well presented. The location is very good for the heart of Tel Aviv. Enjoyed the stay as the staff were very helpful.
The business lounge could have been alittle better. The food options were good though they weren't very fresh. The wine selection was also quite poor.
the staff is very helpful. free wifi.
The parking is for only 4 cars (one behind the other).This hotel is ok to visit the town but if you need to move in and out for business it's a problem with your car, The position is central but the area outside the hotel is a bit run down . Rooms are pretty basic
The breakfast was fantastic, and the complementary snacks from 5-9 each evening was appreciated. The internet and parking were both also free. The staff was helpful and courteous. The location was perfect for us since we were visiting our daughter, who lived only a few blocks away. The hotel is in the middle of town, within walking distance to restaurants, the shuk, and bars.
The rooms could use a little more luxury - the beds were hard and linens were not soft. It would have been nice if the air conditioning had been turned on, so our rooms could have been cooled without hearing the street noise from our open window. If you are not interested in swimming, this is a good hotel for the money!
cinema hotel full of hiustory and nostalgia for art deco style. room clean and comfortable. breakfast excellent, best ever had in any hotel. situation didn't look promising but turned out to be very good, ten minutes from beach and exceptional restaurants a walk away.
we were disturbed by strange humming sound very noticeable at night and caused disturbed sleep. later discovered our room was back onto an electrical utilities cupboard from which sound was emanating. had i known earlier i would have asked to change rooms.
It was good value for the money. The staff were accommodating and professional. I think the presence of more concierge-like services would have been an asset. Also, while the late afternoon snacks for guests is a fine concept, the presentation could be better - lemonade had strange taste and food was adequate. On the other hand, breakfast presentation and food was terrific as was the service and courtesy, consideration of staff. I am interested to know about the availability of other Atlas Hotels in Tel Aviv and elsewhere in Israel.
The style of the building and the atmosphere is unique and fits the bauhaus architecture of Tel Aviv perfectly
The size of the rooms and the noise from the lift shaft on the first night.
Central location; main tourist sites in walking distance; Bauhaus style with cinema interior; free parking available