Tel Aviv, Israel
The room was CRAP. Small with a ceiling light which didn't work. Another light hanging by a wire from the wall--dangerously I thought. Very small bathroom but I wouldn't have minded if the rest had been o.k. Huge tv taking up valuable space on the table. I don't need tv when I am visiting other countries. A loose floorboard to boot.
My voucher said I had an outstanding bill of 567 NIS but they wanted 600 based on the then rate of exchange I think. I paid but it is not on when you told me it was 567.
Second night disturbance from noisy, loud mouthed Americans. Staff must have heard them. I complained the next morning. Why didn't I come down and ask them to tell them to stop? WHY DIDN'T THEY tell them to stop?
Breakfast was the saving grace, a help yourself, eat as much as you like with a good variety of items. Actually, apart from the comment above, the guys on the staff were alright but the hotel looked as if it was in a permanent state of repair.
It was definitely not worth the money which by the way, included VAT even though I was a foreigner.
If it had been a dirt cheap hotel, I could not have complained. I would take it off your list.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Hi, Our two week stay in Al Sharq Hotel was Excellent for a two Star Hotel. The services, value for money, great location, cleanliness, in the city center with all transport facilities and a great Management with a wonderful and very friendly Manager. He has all the answers to questions of a visitor and does help all in a very friendly manner with lots of Advices. Four star for now because an up-great to flat TV screens are still going on. I will recommend this Hotel to all visiting Sharjah because I'll be there again next year and the year after. Thanks again for everything.
Nice location, delicious breakfast (except on passover) and very helpful staff.