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Recommended Hotels in Tel Aviv

The most important criterion when choosing a hotel or hostel in Tel Aviv is how important the beach is. If you see yourself lying on the beach a big part of your vacation and you want a room with sea view, then choose accommodation along the promenade (and make sure that your room has a beach view). In summertime and holidays the promenade is full with tourists so if you don’t mind walking, biking, or taking a taxi you can stay in the city center or in Newe Tzedek in a boutique hotel.

Dan Tel Aviv

99 HaYarkon Street (280 rooms, starting at around $280)
One of the most known hotels in Tel Aviv. Great location on the promenade.

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Dan-Tel-Aviv
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The Royal Beach

19 Hayarkon Street (230 rooms, starting at around $200)
One of the best big luxury hotels on the promenade. The hotel has all the facilities that 5-star hotels offer, plus all the rooms have a view of the sea. It has received very good reviews.
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The Royal Beach
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Sea Executive Suites

76 Herbert Samuel (47 rooms, starting at around $150)
A 4-star hotel with a great location on the middle of the promenade. It’s just a few minutes’ walk from the center of Tel Aviv.
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Business Hotels

Crowne Plaza City Center

136 Menachem Road/Azrieli Center 5 (270 rooms, starting at around $160)

This 5-star business hotel offers a great location for business people, particularly for those who have meetings in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Beer Sheva and Haifa but want to stay in one hotel (because they don’t want to drag around their spouse or families). The hotel is located in the upper floors of one of the Azrieli Center’s silvery skyscrapers, near the inter-city Ayalon Highway (the main highway in Tel Aviv) and next to the HaShalom Train Station. The renovated Sharona is very close and there are free shatels to the beach.
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Hotel Indigo

Aholiav Street No. 5 Ramat Gan (91 rooms, starting at around $170)

This five stars hotel is a combination a business hotel with a boutique hotel in the heart of the Diamond Exchange District (Bursa) business area of Ramat Gan. The hotel is also very close to Ayalon Highway and Savidor Train Station.
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Hotel Indigo
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Boutique Hotels

For decades almost all of the hotels were close to the promenade. But in recent years, there has appeared a new movement of small boutique hotels that don’t try to be as close as possible to the beach, but prefer instead the nice, hip neighborhoods of Tel Aviv (though they are still only a couple of minutes’ walk to the beach). So if you want to experience Tel Aviv as those who live in it see it, a boutique hotel might be the right place for you. These hotels are smaller so you won’t find a 25-meter-long swimming pool or in-house kids’ activities but you will enjoy more personal service and stylishly decorated rooms.

The Diaghilev, Live Art Boutique Hotel

56 Mazeh Street (50 rooms, starting at around $150)

This highly rated hotel is situated in a quiet residential street in central Tel Aviv near trendy Rothschild Blvd. Its historic building also houses an art gallery.
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The Rothschild Hotel

96 Rothschild Blvd, 25 Rooms, from ~$250

The Rothschild Hotel is a luxurious boutique hotel on the Rothschild Blvd. The hotel is known for its high standards and for paying attention to the smallest of details.
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Brown Hotel

25 Kalisher St (30 rooms, starting at around $150)

A great boutique hotel with ’70s-style furniture and a roof terrace with a view over the city of Tel Aviv.
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3-Star Hotels

For those who plan on spending their days outside the hotel and want to come back to a clean, basic hotel with no frills (but with free Wi-Fi). Here are some good options:

Olympia Hotel

164 Hayarkon (64 rooms, starting at around $70)

On the promenade, breakfast, and free Wi-Fi. What else do you need?
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Olympia Hotel tel aviv
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See The Sea

Yordei Hasira 3 (20 rooms, starting at around $80)

The hotel is located very close to the Tel Aviv port (HaNamal).
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