- Reviews: 607
Kfar Maccabiah Hotel: Unique hotel & sports club combination
While working at the Kaplan Hospital in Rehovot, I am staying at this very unique combination of a hotel, convention center, and sports complex. This beautiful 20 acre complex features a 270 room hotel of which 150 are luxury suites and the other 120 are 4-star hotel rooms. The accompanying sports complex is one of the largest in Israel. Use of the sports facilities, with the exception of their luxury fitness center, is free to hotel guests. Those facilities include five swimming pools, of which two are indoors and heated, 14 tennis courts, basketball and squash courts, and Jacuzzis, and a wide variety of activities for all ages.
The price below is not for a luxury suite.
- Reviews: 3
Trieste boutique concept suites neve tzedek: hidden gorgeous boutique hotel in fancy area
Trieste boutique concept suites neve tzedek
address: ahad ha'am 4 neve tzedek, tel aviv,
Boutique concept suites at the entrance to pastoraly neve tzedek neighborhood in a 140 years old structure rennovated 07/12!!!
Best location in tel aviv- close to the beach (5 minute walking distance from banana beach and alma beach), rothchield blvd. jaffa, hacarmel market, suzan dalal and nightlife area bars and restaurants!! The area is well-known for shopping.
The suites are very large with a balcony and are fitted for families or couples. They feature a DVD player as well as a plasma / LCD TV with cable / satellite channels. All rooms are air conditioned and come with a private bathroom, complimentary toiletries and a refrigerator. The family suite has a fully equipped kitchenette and allows guests to self-cater if preferred.
outstanding decoration, great location, in fancy street full of quality shops and bars, 10mn walk from the beach.
- Reviews: 1
Diaghilev Hotel: Arty Oasis in the Heart of Tel Aviv
I just spent eight nights at the Diaghilev, and was very glad for the recommendation. Besides saving $80 a night over the regular hotel my company uses, I ended up being much closer to the office, and to all that the heart of Tel Aviv has to offer.
The staff were great. Always helpful, always fully accommodated my requests. And great recommendation for falafel.
I liked having a suite rather than just a hotel room--it provided a little more sense of home at the end of each day.
I also liked the art-gallery environment. I liked the work that was on exhibit, and also enjoyed the sense of immersion in what felt like art that was more of the moment rather than work that had been selected ages ago by some corporate buyer.
- Reviews: 1
Diaghilev hotel: The best boutique hotel in Israel
I was there in july 14th 2011.I use to travel many times a year in Israel.The hotel is located in the cultural and nightlife center of Tel aviv,in a quiet street 40 meters away from Rothschild.
I found there huge,wonderfully decorated,suites.Even there are elevators,use the stairs the corridors are a museeum for nowdays talents.
I found there not only,indoor parking or very affordable rates,but the best creative,clever,reactive and most of all, dedicated staff among the top hotels in Israel.
Let's keep this adress just for good people!
My suite was about ....50 sqm,with modern art paintings,persian rugs,flat screen in the living room
the bedroom and the bathroom were big and very comfortable,all of them with wide windows.
What ever i asked,toilet items ,extra blankets or pillows ,was there in a few minutes.
For breakfast they are giving you vouchers you can use in different places close to the hotel giving you opportunity to eat with the locals.
If you're not taking the breakfast you have in the suite your own kitchen which is a very helpful option with the kids.
- Reviews: 1
There are many companies that offer short term or vacation rentals. If you are staying more than a day or two - certainly a week or more, then it will be much more economical to rent an apartment.
Keep in mind that you will be in an apt and not a hotel, so you will be passing up some of the hotel amenities. You will not have breakfast included, no daily cleaning, front desk, concierge, etc.
If this fits your style of travel, great, go for it.
- Reviews: 850
Florentine Hostel: an interesting experience indeed (and I'd go back)
I found Florentine Hostel while looking for a place to spend the one night I had in Tel Aviv, and the first thing that got my attention was the good reviews on several serious websites and that they mention that this is a new hostel. Of course, I found some less than good and bad reviews on other websites and almost all of them had a point that I found accurate during my stay.
The good: the hostel is conveniently located at walking distance from Tel Aviv's new central bus station and HaHagana train station, 10 minutes from Old Jaffa and about the same from the beach. Florentine is about 2 minutes from Florentine street, a lively street with bars and shops (but I didn't visit it so I can't comment).
This was, as of May 2010, the cheapest bed I could find in Tel Aviv, with 52 NIS for a bed in a dorm. They have private rooms as well, but the facilities are shared.
The hostel is popular with backpackers and it has a very international and social scene where you can meet other travelers from all other the world. My dorm mates were from Singapore, Canada, the UK and Australia and we had a nice, long chat.
They offer free wifi (password protected) and the usual hostel facilities like a communal kitchen, free tourist maps, no curfew or lockout, etc. The bathroom and showers are shared but they were vacant whenever I needed them and always very clean.
One of the guys in my dorm called the hostel: "an American college dorm experience".
The not so good (but that I didn't mind that much): the one dorm they have is mixed and it doesn't have a door or curtain on the door frame so take a face mask to put on when you're going to sleep, and there's lockers to rent for 2 NIS/day. Currently they're building another dorm and it will be female only.
I had good communication by e-mail with Rafi, the owner, prior to booking and he's very helpful and courteous.
- Reviews: 90
Hostels in Tel Aviv
I think you will experience TLV differently if you stay the night and it is worth it as nightlife in TLV is much more interesting that in Haifa. I know of a few central hostels; I heard that Hayarkon 48 is the best but there are others just check on the accomodation page of Tel Aviv 4 Fun where you can see a list with adresses and telephone numbers
Wish you a pleasant visit to Israel
- Reviews: 1
Suite Apartment Tel Aviv: Total misrepresentation
Owner totally misrepresented apartment - we rented a "Superior Deluxe" apartment for five people. The unit was lacking one bed, "kitchen" had a hot plate and utensils for two people, bathroom was not clean. Building did not feel safe. Washer and dryer was one broken washing machine in a hall two flights down from the unit. Owner was extremely unpleasant. We left the apartment and did not receive our money back. DO NOT RENT FROM EREZ LEIBOWITZ!
- Reviews: 1924
Miami hotel.: ok budget option by the beach.
The miami hotel is a small budget hotel a few meters from the beach that has ok sized rooms for a hotel of that price range.
The place has air con too, but it was going a bit beserk when i was there and i almost froze to death, but that might just have been me not able to operate it properly.
the place seems to be frequented by quite a few people coming there for sex too and there were some girls hanging around the hotel entrance that paid a lot of attention to single males travelling, so be prepared for that or stay elesewhere.
i would say that the place was ok.
It gave me a decent room for little money in a good location, but it was also not a place i would give any special mentions.
right next to the beach.
- Reviews: 1
Marina Suites - Herzliya: Suites Facing Ocean
I stayed in the "Junior Suite" for 14 days and it was great.
The suite is in a very luxurious building and it is located next to the sea in Herzliya Pituach.
The bed was very comfortable and it was great to have a kitchen in the suite.
I recommend it to everyone. You can check out the site for photos www.marinasuites.co.il
You have the ocean next to you.
- Reviews: 1
THE HOME Apartment Hotel: Can't be beaten for price and quality + best locat
We stayed for 7 nights in Tel Aviv at The Home Apartment Hotel and wished we could have stayed a few more nights. The rooms were clean and well furnished with fully equipped kitchenette and separate bathroom, cable T.V., safe, private phone line with automatic answering, hot-spots for internets services, air conditioning and heating units.
Very nice view of the Meditteranean that cannot be beaten.
The hotel has the ideal location in front of the beach (Frisman's beach).
The stuff was truly homey and kind.
for all that we paid 55$ for couple per night!!!
We made the reservation through the web site at: www.thehome.co.il.
great view of the Meditteranean, clean, homey
- Reviews: 4901
The hostel is named after the street it is situated on. It is located in the centre of town, close to the Opera Tower and the beach (only one block away). I had no idea of where to stay in TelAviv, but as a small breakfast was included in the price at HaYarkon48 I decided to stay there (the small breakfast consist of bread and jam, coffee or tea, which you take yourself in the kitchen).
There are a lot of young people staying at the hostel, and I was among the oldest ones. I stayed in a small room with two bunk beds and paid 49 shekels for one night.
For half an hour using the Internet I paid 8 shekels. There is a kitchen, a laundry service and phones.
If I would visit TelAviv again I would stay somewhere else. Maybe I would feel different if I was much younger!
- Reviews: 767
In Tel Aviv: More Apatments hotels
The holiday Apartments In Ben Yehuda Street which is a great location, central and only 4 min' walk to the beach: https://www.inisrael.com/benyehuda/index.html
Sea Net Apartments hotel: Located across the road from the beach, great view from the balcony (med sea) but can be sometimes a bit noisy as its pretty central. https://www.inisrael.com/jth/tel_aviv/index.html
Kikar Dizengoff Apartments: Very central close to most sites in the city. https://www.inisrael.com/kda/index.html
- Reviews: 1548
Hostels in Tel Aviv: Hostels in Tel Aviv
If you are a low budget tourist and you want a cheap accommodation during you stay on Tel Aviv you can search for hostels.
The best areas to search a cheap hostel are - Ben-Yehuda St , Alenbi St and Hayarkon St.
- Reviews: 482
HaYarkon Street could well be your best bet if you're after a cheapish, basic place to crash. Momo's is as good as any.
Prices vary throughout the year but 100 shekels (20 dollars) will get you a clean and basic private room with double bed, fan and shared bathrooms. Tel Aviv is quite an expensive city so if you're on a very low budget you probably won't be staying here too long! But if you're after something much cheaper there are also dorm rooms for about 40 shekels. Like Tel Aviv itself, reception is open almost 24 hours so you don't have to worry about coming back to a locked door.
A simple breakfast is included (although you might have to wait a while for it) and there's a bar attached next door which is open quite late and is a good place to meet people. There are also long-term residents who are working in Tel Aviv so there are kitchen facilities if you want to cook.
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