Quaint, quirky and comfortable

If you like your hotel experiences to be quirky – in all the best connotations of the word – then run, don’t walk, to the Margosa in Old Jaffa.

Quirky, like being housed in a funky, refurbished apartment building with wide angular staircases that make you think you’re in an old Bette Davis film; quirky, like having the main part of the bathroom exposed, with the sink in clear view of the sleeping area; quirky in having full-length mirrors hanging by a wire from the ceiling; and quirky in featuring a double-nozzle shower head so a romantic couple can suds each other up without one freezing outside the water line.

The six-story, 35-room Margosa, which opened its doors last summer after two years of development and renovation, marks the second entry into the boutique hotel sweepstakes in the constantly gentrifying Jaffa, following the debut of the Market House a few blocks away.

Source: http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Culture/Quaint-quirky-and-comfortable-443063

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