Melody Hotel

HaYarkon 220, Tel Aviv, Center, Israel
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About Melody Hotel

The hotel transmits the lively tempo of the city and it is recommended to go up on the crazy roof, breathe easy and relax at sunset towards the sailboats passing in front of the city's beaches. Melody Hotel has an intimate and classic meeting room with comfortable and designed straw chairs, a long vintage style meeting table, overhead lighting and warm colored walls that can accommodate up to 9 people. In the room there is a personal minibar for guests, advanced multimedia options, as well as options for meetings and conferences based on the rich breakfast buffet.

Space types and prices

Meeting room for 8 people

Obligation : No commitment
Price : From ₪500/hour
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  • ‏Close to train station
  • ‏Close to bus station
  • ‏Free parking
  • ‏Dog-friendly
  • ‏Mentors meetings
  • ‏Happy hour
  • ‏Soft drinks
  • ‏Beer
  • ‏Snacks
  • ‏Wifi
  • ‏Printing services
  • ‏Staff
  • ‏Showers
  • ‏Open on saturday
  • ‏Open on friday
  • ‏Open 24/7
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  • ‏Gym
  • ‏Swimming pool
  • ‏Sport classes
  • ‏No commitment
  • ‏1 day min.
  • ‏1 week min.
  • ‏1 month min.
  • ‏2 months min.
  • ‏City residents only
  • ‏Designers only
  • ‏Requires a screening Interview
  • ‏Social ventures only
  • ‏Technological ventures only
  • ‏Worldwide access

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Where to eat

פיצה פינו
פיצה פינו
pizzerias (kosher)
סיאלה - Ciela
סיאלה - Ciela
fish restaurant (kosher)
אצל מיכה חומוסיה
אצל מיכה חומוסיה
ניין ביץ, - 9 beach
ניין ביץ, - 9 beach
Coffee shops
fish restaurant

About Atlas Hotels

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Atlas Hotels was founded 40 years ago and has become the largest management chain in the management of boutique hotels with hotels in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Eilat. The hotel chain offers a solution for business meetings, and meetings, discussions, seminars and seminars can be held in a unique environment of meeting rooms and hotel halls.


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Opening hours

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Monday 08:00 - 22:00Without
Tuesday 08:00 - 22:00Without
Wednesday 08:00 - 22:00Without
Thursday 08:00 - 22:00Without
Friday 08:00 - 22:00Without
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Line 2,189,289, 10


University train station is 4.6 km from the hotel


Parking - in the parking lots next to the hotel for a fee

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Reviews score 4.6 / 5

Meron Gribetz

Great staff, great location. Grateful they were flexible and accommodating.

Julia Mor

Another lovely boutique hotel from Atlas! We enjoyed ourselves for one night. Loved the sleek design of the rooms, lobby and rooftop! The happy hour is a nice touch as well. The parking (although limited spots) was an unexpected bonus for us. And the breakfast was excellent. The best hotel deal I've encountered for a long time!

Gary Kamen

Pleasant, friendly, and helpful staff. Clean room, small but well layed out with nice touches like a coffee/tea maker. Clean bathroom with great water pressure. Really great breakfast, and a happy hour with wine, champagne, and snacks. 24 hour wine in the lobby. Nice rooftop with lounging beds and shades. A beautiful view of the Mediterranean, beaches, sailboats, and just ... Wow!

Noga Ronen

We stayed at hotel melody for 2 nights during the weekend and a holiday, a family with a ten year old and 2.5 year old. First of all I'll say that it's nice to get in advance all the texts and phone calls, although unfortunately on the phone they told me I have to pay more money for my 2.5 year old. Luckily I checked it when I booked the room and had it all written- that under 3 years there's no extra charge. The feeling that "they tried" started us on the wrong leg but we weren't charged. We parked at the hotel's parking lot which was awesome, since parking in tel aviv is awful. The service at the front desk was great and even the housekeeper was was super nice. Due to a small staff of housekeeping, it took a while until our other bed (for the kids) was ready and also our room was not cleaned even though we left a sign and asked them to (and although we left for a few good hours). In the hotel's favor I'll say that there was a bag on our door with a note, saying that because the room was not cleaned, they're leaving a bag with extra towels and sheets). The bathroom is really small, especially if you address the fact that this room (junior suite) is for a family. Breakfast is really nice, but it's not very comfy eating it in the lobby, especially with kids on the sofas (there aren't enough tables in my opinion). Still thought that it was definitely good enough, for the kids as well. Happy hour was not on the roof, which is too bad since the roof is beautiful and almost feels wasted, with just a few beds there. It is a very nice idea though, the snacks and beverages at the afternoon. Location is great, close to the beach (you can get at the front desk a bag with towels and water), walking distance from almost everywhere or close to public transportation. To sum it up, it was a nice experience. Not sure if the price justifies what you get, especially when there's a variety of boutique hotels in the area. In my opinion, this one is not really suited for families, maybe for couples. Since we mostly appreciate good service, we left with a good taste, but not sure if we'll come back.

Amir Cohen

Free wine, excellent hosts, beautiful rooms, The rooms are a bit small but very functional, there's a great bonus of having a kit of all you need take to the beach so you don't have to bring anything with you. Excellent breakfast.

Klaus Ludemann

Rooms are a bit small. For the rest all good

grace maghen

It was the second time I chose to stay in the hotel, I stayed there a few months ago for 1 night and it was great, unfortunately this time was not. I came on my birthday, received a very nice wine bottle and then the moment I entered the room the problems started. The sheets weren’t clean and the TV got stuck. After 2 people arrived to change the sheets and fix the T.V I opened the window to air out the room, since they weren’t wearing masks and then the window wouldn’t close ( there is a lot of noise from the Main Street when it’s open) so I came down to the reception to ask for help and the lady was under pressure and said she had no one to send to my room, she came by herself and didn’t manage to close the window, fortunately I finally managed to shut the window after giggling the window for several minutes. The morning came and the espresso machine didn’t work in my room because the water part wouldn’t connect. The receptionist offered me completely coffee, that was a nice gesture. I arrived back to the room in the afternoon, the manager came up and checked that the espresso machine is working. After a while again no T.V, after about an hour a gentleman arrived, and couldn’t fix the TV, eventually a woman from the reception arrived and tried to fix it and managed to fix it, then for some more relaxing time, I was checking my credit card charges and discovered I was charged by the hotel 3 times for the stay instead of 1 time. ( when I checked in they were having internet problems and I had to put my card through 2 times ) I went down to the reception and was told they can’t see the extra charge. I called the credit card company in the morning and they said they see 2 charges that are going to go through and I need to ask the hotel to cancel one. After a long talk with the hotel receptionist and the credit card company lady on speaker phone we agreed to wait and if for some reason I would be charged twice so she will remember the whole incident and make sure I was not charged twice. She said she was sorry that my stay wasn’t good and I said that it was terrible and I will never come again. She said that she understands. And that was it, paid a lot of money and time that I wanted to enjoy and relax and found the experience very un relaxing and a very bitter end to the experience, to be told in a very cold way, yes I understand you had a bad experience, tough luck.

Charles Keen

I have been staying at Melody Hotel on my yearly visits to Israel since around 2009. After trying other mid-grade hotels, I have always returned to Melody. It is a comfortable place, almost like home in a distant land. Small enough to offer personalized service but big enough to provide the essential amenities. Standard rooms are small but nicely appointed, and for a little more money, the junior suite is very spacious. Beds are comfortable, with plenty of pillows and warm covers if needed. Common areas are always very clean and fresh, and they must prioritize maintenance because I have never had a problem with something not working. Staff are easy to communicate with when needed. They have a very good breakfast selection for a small hotel, with superior food quality. Breakfast at Melody is actually the highlight of my day there. For someone without a car, the location is perfect. Independence Park is right across the street and the beaches are just down below. The Old Port with restaurants and shops is only a half mile north. If you head in the other direction, Dizengoff Street is an easy walking distance. This April was my first visit since 2019, since the country was closed by the pandemic. Good as it was before, I believe the hotel has actually improved. It was comforting to see a few familiar faces among the staff. One thing that stood out was the absolutely excellent housekeeping services. The lady who cleaned my room every day deserves special recognition (and more tip than I gave her). Looking forward to my return.

Brian Seng

I met a friend at this hotel, and the front desk receptionists forced me to pay taxes on a room even though I was not staying there and hadn't purchased anything from them. I can only assume they did this to take the money and put it in their pockets. Disgraceful and low-class, as well as very stupid since I will simply dispute the charge and end up paying $0. Lastly, the blonde woman specifically needs to treat people better. She acted like a child with a bad mood problem and she ought to be mature enough to control herself while at work. Israel is a beautiful place and you bring shame to it when you hurt it's reputation in this way.

Sophia Barnea

Amazing hotel. But receptionist was not nice.

Dean Attali

Amazing boutique hotel. Everything is well designed and comfortable. Rooms were clean, bed was great, breakfast was fantastic. They even had free parking, free wine, and free snacks. I would 100% stay here again

Mathilde Goubert

Disappointed regarding the price/value. rooms are small,noisy ( you can hear everything from inside and outside ) and only with the strict minimum. There is no iron, not this thing where you can put your luggage on, no paper tissues etc… rooms really need to be renovated. Despite that, the AC is working very well, the location is quite good and the staff is friendly and helpful.

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