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Where to stay in Tel Aviv

Pick your pleasure − is it lazing on the beach or exploring the city? Staying in a chilled suburb or in the most historic? There’s accommodation in Tel Aviv to suit all kinds of travellers and budgets.

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  • Close to the beaches

    If it’s the white sand, ocean views and dipping your toes in the warm waters of the Mediterranean you’re after, Tel Aviv offers a stunning beach district − the Tayelet (Promenade). For epic views, Renaissance Tel Aviv overlooks Gordon Beach and Frishman Beach and is close to Hilton Beach. For a more boutique vibe, The Savoy Tel-Aviv on Jerusalem Beach won’t disappoint. Jaffa to the south and Tel Aviv Port to the north also hug the coast and are good choices if you want a beach atmosphere that’s a bit more local. Jaffa’s gorgeous Market House hotel will deliver an authentic experience, and The Setai Tel Aviv is on the doorstep of Jaffa Market.

  • Out of the bustle

    Cobblestone streets, landmark buildings, chic boutiques, trendy cafés, art galleries and the village feel may be more your thing. The Neve Tzedek neighbourhood, one of the oldest in the city, is an excellent location near the beach, city centre and Carmel Market. Despite its central location, it’s surprisingly quiet. The David InterContinental Tel Aviv is the perfect place to base yourself here. If you’re looking for something more bohemian, you’ll find a younger, edgier crowd in Florentin, just a 10-minute walk away.

  • In the heart of things

    Lev Ha’ir is in the heart of the city and is also called the “White City” because of its many Bauhaus-style buildings (which earned it Unesco World Heritage Site status). There are also modern high-rises here, but the beach is still within easy walking distance. It’s an eclectic but convenient place to stay and get your bearings in Tel Aviv. Check out 65 Hotel, Rothschild to be centrally located.

Frequently asked questions

Tel Aviv is known for its beautiful beaches, captivating cosmopolitan vibes, excellent cuisine, art culture, Bauhaus architecture and famed nightlife. While Tel Aviv is a relatively new city (officially founded in 1909), Jaffa – also known as the Old City – offers a taste of Israel’s historic heartland.

Israel is generally regarded as a progressive and relaxed country where casual clothing such as jeans, t-shirts, shorts and comfortable shoes are suitable attire. Do keep in mind that if you plan to visit religious sites, modest dress is expected.

If you like it hot, and we do mean HOT, aim for June to September. If, however, you prefer things a little cooler and less sweaty, aim for spring, which is from March to May, or fall, September to November.

Devour your body weight in hummus at one of the many (many) markets, soak in some vitamin ‘sea’ by the beach, snorkel, visit museums and art installations, eat seafood along the promenade, windsurf, walk Old City – the list is endless!

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If time is of the essence, three days in Tel Aviv is enough to get a taste of this incredible metropolis. To delve deeper into the city’s soul, consider staying a little longer – you won’t regret it.

Comfortable shoes are a must! An Israel power adapter, swimsuit and some heavy-duty mosquito spray would also be a good idea alongside all of your holiday essentials such as clothes, toiletries and travel documents.

For luxe beach resorts, the Tayelet boasts some of the best big name hotels in Tel Aviv. If you prefer trendy, boutique lodgings over large chains, White City is often referred to as the ‘Heart of the City’. For a taste of the old-world, Jaffa – also known as the Old City – is one of the oldest ports in the world dating back some 7,000 years.

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