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    Nearest transport:
  • Tel Aviv HaShalom Railway Station (2.4 Km / 29 min walk)
    Area recommended for:
  • nightlife
  • restaurants
  • beaches
    Distance to airport:
  • Ben Gurion International Airport (13.8 Km)
    Top nearby attractions:
  • 181 HaYarkon St (0.2 Km / 3 min walk)
  • Gordon Beach (0.4 Km / 5 min walk)
  • Hilton Beach (0.5 Km / 6 min walk)
  • Rabin Square (0.7 Km / 9 min walk)

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Leonardo Art Tel Aviv By the Beach

167 Hayarkon St., Beach Area, Tel Aviv, Israel 61032 (Show on map)

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Features of Leonardo Art Tel Aviv By the Beach

Hotel Facilities

  • 24-hour front desk
  • 24-hour security
  • ATM/cash machine on site
  • bar
  • bicycle rental
  • business center
  • car hire
  • currency exchange
  • dry cleaning
  • elevator
  • facilities for disabled guests
  • family room
  • laundry service
  • luggage storage
  • meeting facilities
  • newspapers
  • poolside bar
  • restaurant
  • room service
  • safety deposit boxes
  • shops
  • smoking area
  • tours


  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas


  • car park

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • French
  • Hebrew

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Hotel Description
Quick access to the beach, sea views, and convenient transport links recommend this hotel near Tel...see more Quick access to the beach, sea views, and convenient transport links recommend this hotel near Tel Aviv Marina. A five-minute walk from Gordon Beach, the Leonardo Art Tel Aviv By the Beach is located on the same beach promenade that most of the city's 4-star chains call home. It's a short walk to the promenade's cafes and restaurants and a quick bus ride to the commercial center of Dizengoff Boulevard for shopping, dining, and absorbing the Teb Aviv vibe. A rooftop pool and sundeck is open during the summer, and for business guests, the Leonardo Art Tel Aviv By the Beach has a number of conference rooms available for hire. Dining on-site is a strictly kosher affair with a breakfast of local cheeses, pastries, and meats served with a view over the dazzling Mediterranean.
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Shaun J. Couples
Australia, August 26, 2015
They let themselves down with the basics

Location, roof top pool and breakfast
I couldn't help, but to see opportunities everywhere with this hotel. They really let themselves down with the basics. Most of which revolves around poor service. This place desperately needs new management as there is huge potential with this hotel! On a positive note due to a mistake with our booking upon check in the hotel upgraded us to a suite. Thanks for that it was much appreciated! That being said it provides a good base for assesing the hotel. To really earn a 4 star rating the management and their staff need to take pride in their hotel and their guests. Some of our observations during our 5 night stay in the best room in the house: 1. Front desk staff need to focus on one job at a time and communicate with guests. One asks a question then silence then lots of people standing around then a response after a few minutes if your lucky. Same story every day resulting in several guests mingling around in frustration. Another occasion we called for an iron they said L2 i couldnt find it so went down to reception i then get a one word L4. I go to L4 no sign of staff with irons to then discover an ironing room. Why didnt they communicate that it was a room? 2. Pool staff have a similar problem to above point. Ordering drinks and food is just a mission. Again finish with one customer completely and communicate with them. Too often you recieve half your order then have to battle for the other half. Plates and towels are left around for hours. Lunch on the first day took more then an hour. Its just one big amatuer operation by the pool. 3. House keeping do a half job. No hand towels or soap in the bathroom. Poor cleaning and very inconsistent making up of rooms. No pride in work. Plates were left in hallways for days. We were missing room information booklet and room service. Again no pride. 4. The room. No place to hang towels instead we left them to dry on the tv. Spa bath was dirty and drain smelt. Mini bar poorly located and difficult to open.
Vitor T. Solo travelers
Portugal, June 15, 2015

yechezkel L. Couples
United Kingdom, December 06, 2014
Very helping staff

very friendly staff, but all of them!! good and large selection food, modern style
Thor H. Couples
Norway, October 28, 2014
Could have been worse....

Location, Size of room, Quiet
Our stay in Tel Aviv was great. The Marina Hotel was below average. Location was exactly as we wanted, but hotel staff seemed uninterested and amateauristic. The hotel was apparently aging but resonable well maintained. All in all.... reasonable value for money, but not fantastic...
faye F. Solo travelers
United Kingdom, September 15, 2014
Pool with a view!

The poolside area, the breakfast, the location and view
This was a last minute choice, and turned out to be far better than expected. The entrance is a little bleak but once inside, the lobby is smart, the art within the hotel is indeed amazing and the aspect looking out over the blue sea and the boats in the marina is stunning as is the oblique view down the whole beach front. The hotel is low rise among a sea of high rise characterless concrete blocks, it is designed a bit like a ship. The poolside beds are the most comfortable ever, white towelling covers and big comfortable cushions, all kept pristine. The first day the music was mellow Bob Marley but on day three it was overly loud Rock and I had to ask the staff twice to turn it down which they looked irritated by. Breakfast was a feast of middle Eastern delights and traditional fare, Buck's Fizz or just bubbles if you wanted. The room had a small bathroom with shower, the curtains should be thicker - they are just mesh so the sunlight comes in early. I will definitely stay here again, a lucky find!
jacqueline B. Couples
United Kingdom, October 25, 2013
Amazing position next to beautiful beaches

Location Views Breakfast
The hotel was in the most amazing position right on the sandy beaches of Tel Aviv. The pool was fantastic with views over the beaches- extremely comfortable sunbeds. Great breakfast
Daniel C.
Israel, July 22, 2012
Nice room, great location, NO PARKING!!

Roof pool is very nice and the service at the pool was good
Parking near the Hotel is very complicated, the parking lots around are very very expensive, we had to pay about 100$ of parking during the 4 days we were staying there. The food at breakfast was OK but very poor variety, not much to choose from, the fruit juices were bad.
errol A. Solo travelers
South Africa, May 25, 2012
rooms offerred old and tired,

unhelpful staff and unwillingness to solve any issue rooms offered at special price are dingy while rooms at higher rate are displayed
alan D. Couples
United Kingdom, January 26, 2012
Well renovated old hotel

Well appointed hotel and rooms. good Breakfast, great value for quality hotel.
Rooms are very small but comfortable. Friendly helpful service but skeleton staff out of season.
Romvipa W. Business travelers
Thailand, September 12, 2011
nice location

upgrade my room type for free
it was so surprised that the hotel automatic upgrade my room typr for normal one to executive. The room is very nice and clean, seperate living room which is so good. The area around was nice as well, we can walk to the sea and the marina view is so nice. Good hotel really.

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