Guests arriving at the hotel these days will find the same urban hotel quality of the past, and may even wonder if they have not arrived to a hotel in Paris or Berlin. The hotel is not large, and looks from afar like yet another residential building on Jabotinsky street, however, the fashioned lobby, the pleasant dining room and the 27 recently renovated different types of rooms, convey a different sensation. It is almost as if one all at once really steps into another province; one that inspires longing.
Erna Shtarkman, indeed there is such a person, was revealed as a young, assertive woman that manages the hotel with the help of her sisters. Erna, the daughter of Starkman family who founded this family hotel as far as the 1950’s, was named after her grandmother, who gave her name to the hotel. The hotel was formerly called the Erna Hotel and has always been a pastoral vacation accommodation for foreign residents, families and people seeking tranquility.
And thus, without entertainment crews and with quality music in the lobby, guests may encounter in the hotel UN officers, tourist families, businessmen and more than a few Israelis. All the latter appreciate not only the service, the cleanliness and the unique atmosphere, but also the hotel’s central location and proximity to the beach and the promenade.
The hotel has a conference room equipped with a built-in Barco projector, basic technical aids and a coffee maker, and enables conferences of up to 25 people.