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Who would not love a place that allows you to explore as many pizzas as you like? All the pizzas at Onesta are of the 6inch-variety that gives you lots of room to experiment. In fact, with their unlimited offers, the floor is open to some binge eating. There is an extensive choice for both vegetarians and meat eaters. Try the broccoli and onions pizza for some fresh and simple flavours. Go a bit indulgent with the four cheese pizza Margherita with basil. This one will leave you stuffed a bit before you head for the next one. The caramelised onions and mushroom is spot on. Bacon lovers will love the bacon and lemony cream cheese pizza. The onion, bacon and arugula pizza too is usually a top favourite on our list of orders. Service is always prompt, full house or not.
Where to start with this hotel? I stayed one night on business, picking the hotel pretty much at random as a convenient midway point between two business meetings. The price was reasonable for Israel with breakfast included. The room was large with a very small balcony (with one chair so if there's two in the double room you'd have to take turns!) the balcony had good views over the trees to the distant ocean. The room itself was very dated with a full sized (noisy) fridge, aged telly decrepit air con and rusty heater in the bathroom, almost like stepping back into the 70's. At least the room was as clean as the dated fittings allowed and the bedding clean and comfortable. The reception looks like it has had a recent makeover but the rest of the hotel is in urgent need of a renovation. Shame really because with a good refurbishment this would be a nice little hotel, without it has little to recommend it to the business traveller.
Old, dirty witouth any service..I confirm all the bad reviews. This is 70's hotel but the main problem is that it has never been reniewed since then. The room was not s clean with a very old moquette full of stains and bad smell. No internet, no frigo bar, old tv(even he remote control did not work). Very sad ambience. Breakfast: Pratically nothing but a long bad coffee. Sad, sad, sad.
The Mount Carmel Hotel is, by far, the most disgusting hotel my husband and I have ever stayed in. The blanket on the bed was stained. When I called the front desk to have them bring me another one, the concierge showed up with another stained blanket. I showed it to him on the spot and he said he was sorry and would bring another blanket. The bathroom was abhorrent. There was rust along the tub/shower area, rust coming out of the faucet, rust and peeling paint on the back of the bathroom door, dirty carpet and a stained, ripped couch. The couches right outside the elevator were also stained and had the added bonus of cigarette burns on them. The dining room chairs were all stained, the plates and coffee cups were dirty and the "hostess" was very rude. We were so disgusted that we left without eating.Shame, shame, shame on the Mount Carmel Hotel.
This Hotel has been much maligned by some reviewers and I feel that I should give an unbiased view. The room was clean, with crisp, clean white sheets and clean towels that were changed daily. It was a large room with kingsized bed, bed settee, coffee table, TV, small balcony air conditioning, and large ensuit. The room and ensuit were cleaned daily and shower gel and toilet rolls topped up. The furniture matched and the style was different, but sturdy, functional and unbroken. The walls were painted white in a rather amature way. The window was draped with black out curtains, which I liked very much because I can't sleep when its light. For someone from the UK, the selection of food for breakfast was a little unusual, but when in Israel, eat hummous! It must be remembered that the hotel is 3 star, and does not advertise itself as a luxury hotel. I found it homely, comfortable and quite adequate for my needs. the only problem was that I could not access wifi from my room, but there was plenty of space to sit in the lobby. I was not there long enough to explore the swimming pool. There was some modernisation work being carried out in one of the "Halls", but this did not interfere with my stay.
This old, smelly, carpet-stained hotel was listed as a 3-star. It's a 1-star at best. The outside of the building looks nice and semi-modern and clean, but once you pass the reception desk and head to the tiniest, dirtiest elevator you'll ever be in, you realize what a mistake it was to book it. Only pro is a pretty decent breakfast which was included.