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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"For a wonderful Jerusalem experience - close to Old City, Close to Mamila Mall, close to Machneh Yudah, quiet apartment with beautiful Jerusalem rooftop view from patio complete with all amenities. We found it to as beautiful as pictured. Quiet yet also in the center of the thriving German Colony, we enjoyed markets, shopping, coffee, restaurants, jogging, mere steps off the courtyard and a central starting point to destinations around the City and around the country. Why stay in a hotel?? Be a person, be an Israeli, stay here and really experience Jerusalem. If I can come back I wish to return to Masaryk 4. Thank you"
Guest: AviDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 15, 2015
"The best possible stay in the center of Tel Aviv, overlooking the entire city. Amazing apartment. Not only that you do see the Mediterranean see from the penthouse its only two minutes away from the best beach, Ben Yehuda and Dizengoff Street.
If you do not want to leave the apartment there is an great pool with view on the terrace which you can use privately day or night. Around the apartment in walking distance there are several good restaurants, ice cream store, supermarkets and a perfect infrastructure of a big city.
The home owners are permanent at help so if there is any questions Shoshi and Ron are more than helpful!
This apartment really is an amazing Penthouse in the center of Tel Aviv overlooking Tel Aviv - I only can recommend!"
Guest: DANNYDate of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: November 2, 2015