The hotel also boasts rooftop bar with incredible views of Jaffa and the beach & sea in the distance. The Zada Restaurant features contemporary Ottoman cuisine which is presented as it was Turkish Sultans. There are, however, international dishes as well. Breakfast is a true feast – served as a buffet, it is not only lavish and tasty but it also has a great presentation. I also tried in-room dining on a busy day sightseeing and dinner was flawless – the menu has all the ‘must-have’s’ and delivery time is fast.
The hotel excels not only in its product and offerings but most importantly in the high customer service standards. The young team is motivated and would go out of their way to fulfil the most demanding wishes. Staff is warm, attentive and friendly. I was particularly impressed with the response speed to any request I would place through Whatsapp. The mix of local and foreign guests lends a lot of credibility to the heritage hotel.
The Drisco is a proud member of The Leading Hotels of the World and is has already an established ‘address’ among local connoisseurs.
Oliver Petcu in Tel Aviv
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