From world-class luxury to chic yet affordable, Tel Aviv has a hotel to suit every taste and budget. And with hotels located in every part of this bustling city, you’re sure to find one conveniently placed whether you’re here for business or leisure.
Over recent years Tel Aviv has become somewhat of a mecca for what are known as ‘boutique hotels’. These are often situated in buildings that have historical significance and offer guests a chance to move away from the ‘one size fits all’ experience of a chain hotel. Here you can enjoy a stay in accommodation that fuses elegant, unique character with all the modern day amenities you could wish for.
Bauhaus glamour meets modern day luxury
There are many top of the range boutique hotels located in Tel Aviv’s ‘White City’ district, a UNESCO designated area famous for its iconic white 1930s style buildings. One of the original Tel Aviv boutique hotels is the Cinema Hotel, a hotel which has received much international press coverage over recent years. The establishment is located on Dizengoff Square, and is housed in one of the city’s very first cinemas. The stylish deco hotel features classic movie artifacts along with a movie screen in the lounge, where you can watch films accompanied by a supply of free popcorn.
The Hotel Montefiore is considered one of the city’s best boutique hotels, set in the heart of the Bauhaus district. The 1920s heritage building features 12 elegant hotel bedrooms designed to please the most demanding of travelers in terms of luxury. Alternatively there’s the Art+ Hotel – perfect if you love being surrounded by free-ranging artistic expression, since the walls of this establishment are festooned with locally produced artworks.
Stylish accommodation by the sea
Combining a boutique setting with a superb location, the Sea Executives Suites – Tel Aviv is considered to be one of the top hotels on Tel Aviv’s beachfront. The varied room types and apartments are perfect for family stays as well as for business travelers, couples and individuals.
The Hotel de La Mer Feng Shui is set within a beautiful Bauhaus building on the seafront, its stylish deco walls featuring a deco ship motif. Another boutique hotel of note is the Gordon Hotel. One of the city’s most iconic and prestigious hotels situated just a stone’s throw from the beach, with balconies featuring glorious sea views. The hotel is perfect not only for the beach, but for accessing the city’s main attractions with bustling Rothschild Boulevard just a short stroll away.
For a change from deco glamor, you can also catch the ’70s inspired vibe at Brown’s Hotel, situated just minutes from the beach, and considered one of the city’s most happening spots, nightlife-wise. If you prefer eclectic ‘far out’ design to minimalism this hotel is for you.