I had to walk around for 15 minutes to find the lobby; once I did I had to wait another 10 minutes for another group to check in. There were two attendants but only one seemed to be checking people in. The house music they had in the hallways was loud enough that I heard it in my room all night long. There's also music in the courtyard in front of the hotel, but that stops at 11:00 and doesn't start until 7:00. There's no vent in the bathroom, so I left the door open so while showering, but this caused the fire alarm in the room to go off. There's also a light directly above the toilet that I hit my head on multiple times. The hotel was pretty mediocre -- breakfast was decent though and there was good coffee in the room when they actually bothered to replace the Nespresso pods. The location was good for me though, so I'll probably suffer through it all again when I next go to Tel Aviv. At least I know where checkin is now!