This hotel has a cozy lobby filled with books about Tel Aviv and a lounge area that screens vintage black-and-white films about Israel. You'll recognize the building from the outside by its larger-than-life colorful statues of two people astride the balcony wall "talking" by means of empty cottage-cheese containers connected by a string—a favorite pastime among Israeli kids in the 1950s. Rooms have balconies overlooking some interesting slices of life on historic Dizengoff
Circle. Breakfast is served across the street at the fascinating Cinema Hotel, worth a visit in its own right.