We were VERY satisfied with the bed and the general decor of the room. The weight scale was a very nice added 'touch'. SOme of the light switches were strangely wired. For example, the paired wall switches next to the bathroom seemed to be in reverse - the one closest to the bathroom controlled the lights above the windows. The clearly was an error in how the electricians wired the switches!
More importantly, the bathroom itself left a few things to be desired: 1. There were no TOWEL RACKS at all! There were two hooks on the back of the door, but these had to be used for the bathrobes and left no room to hang up any towels. There was plenty for room for towel racks on two of the walls of the bathroom. The towels themselves were rolled up and left to be found on a rack UNDERNEATH the sink, which was very strange and quite difficult for someone with a physical disability to bend down and pick up. There seems to be no reason at all for this lacuna. 2. There was no Kleenex (facial tissues) in the bathrrom or the bedroom. Again there seemed to be no reason for this in an otherwise well-appointed room. We had to tear off pieces of toilet paper to use as tissues!! 3. There was an access to drainage pipe just behind and to the right of the toilet, which was a round hole cut in the tile, exposing the pipe (painted black) - an attempt to disguise what it was? Access should have been provided by having a tile hinged with a knob to open it in case the drain pipe needed to be cleaned, etc. The way it looked made the hotel seem to be a 3rd rate poorly designed facility.
Having said all these negative things, we must also say that the dining room was beautiful and the breakfast served together with the staff were wonderful. The range and quality of the choices of food, as well as the presentation of the dishes was spectacular. The staff, without exception, were courteous, helpful and pleased to be of service.
The executive lounge (Weizman Lounge) was beautifully appointed and the staff ready to help with the use of the computers. Having coffee, etc. available was very considerate and welcome.
One final point, is the decor overall. The 'theme' of BLACK was quite strange and not to our taste. Even the serviettes in the dining room were black! Too much blackness...
Bernard and Gilda Katz.