Sea Net Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

6 Nes Ziona Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL
Sea Net Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 30% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families28
  • Couples42
  • Solo50
  • Business66

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What rail station is closest to the Sea.Net hotel in Tel-Aviv

by simkova

What rail station is closest to the Sea.Net hotel in Tel-Aviv?

Re: What rail station is closest to the Sea.Net hotel in Tel-Aviv

by ramot418

The HaShalom station is "closest", but it really makes no practical difference, as you will have to take some sort of transportation to get to the hotel from ANY Tel Aviv train station.

Re: What rail station is closest to the Sea.Net hotel in Tel-Aviv

by Nathalie_B

You need to take bus #10 to get to the Sea Net hotel, therefore get off at the Savidor (Arlozorov)train station and take the bus. #18 also goes in this direction from the same very station.
HaShalom train station is a great suggestion, but there are no buses that go towards the sea (except for #63 that takes a long time).

Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo

A view to Tel Aviv from the...

by Stefan

A view to Tel Aviv from the south end of the city. The city was founded in 1909 as Ahusat Bayit by Russian emigrants and in 1910 renamed in Tel Aviv. Its a modern city full of life and especially well known for its distinct night-life offers.
Here in Tel Aviv in May 14, 1948 David Ben Gurion proclaimed the state of Israel in the house of the first mayor Meir Dizengoff.

Jaffa was taken by the Israeli in 1948 and joined together with Tel Aviv in 1950 under the name Tel Aviv - Yafo. The UNO division plan from 1947 said that Jaffa will remain Arabic...

Jaffa has in contrast to Tel Aviv a quite old history. According to jewish tradition it was founded by Noah's son Japhet after the Flood. The greek tradition says it was founded by Joppa a daughter of God Aiolos. One of the rocks which are situated in the ocean before the port the greek tradition also says it was the one where Joppas daughter Andromeda was bind to and threated by a sea monster until Perseus son of Zeus and Danae set her free.

Shenkin Street

by Nathalie_B

This street is known as the stylish one in Tel Aviv. It is a very popular among the young people and snobs ;-)
Shenkin's cafes and terraces are very nice to spend a day at, but often these places are a bit overpriced, as well as the many shops in the area.
It's nice to walk around the area, you'll find very interesting architecture there. This part of Tel Aviv still hides many old and beautiful buildings.

The Tel Aviv Promenade

by Nathalie_B

Take a walk on Tayelet (Hebrew word for promenade) it's a good chance to explore Tel Aviv's architecture. On one side you'll the beach and terraces on the other all the beautiful modern buildings. Each of them has it's character, don't miss it.

Playing Matkot

by Sharon

Does it have an English name ?

Yes thats a real culture here in Israel, Summer or winter time (when its not tooo cold and stormy) people like to play that game on the beach. If you like playing enjoying but if you go to the beach to get some relaxation and get away from the city noises then you better try to find your self a very quiet place on the beach where there aren't many people other wise the noise of the ball hitting this wood board(god knows what its name is) will get you nats ! oh and watch it when walking on the beach between all the peole who play it....

Octopus Scuba Diving Club& School

by Sharon

There are a few Diving centers in Tel Aviv which you could use for Diving although i honestly recommend you not to do so just out of one reason, There no underwater life in this area of Tel Aviv, its going to be a real disappointing experience for you.
The Only thing i can tell you about Diving in Tel Aviv is that its a good place to learn scuba diving because of the Sea conditions.

If you're looking for underwater adventures the your place would definitely be Eilat ! in the red sea or in the north (near Akko) where there are some old ships that sank there many years ago.


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 Sea Net Hotel

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Address: 6 Nes Ziona Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL