Hotels for Trendsters in Tel Aviv
- 21Hotel Class:3 reviews
Although the lobby of Mercure B and P is stuffy and dated, there are many aspects of the hotel that make it stand out. As soon as I walked in, I was welcomed by the friendly staff. The rooms are small, but the views and decorating make up for that. There is a restaurant located next door that caters only ...
- 22Hotel Class:3 reviews
The Dan Panorama considers itself a big, luxurious hotel and in many ways it lives up to that. Although when I walked into the lobby, I didn't find the feeling of the space very welcoming. On one hand, there's a huge sign behind the front desk that says "HOTEL" in changing lights, almost like a nightclub, which I thought was ...Popular with
- 23Hotel Class:2 reviews
The casualness and ease of this hotel made me feel right at home. There are games and books to borrow in the library (Bibles and travel guides in multiple languages, perfect for a visit to the Holy Land). The breakfast area seemed especially bright and lovely and they had available the wonderful spread that you can expect in nice hotels ...
- 24Hotel Class:2 reviews
The Savoy Tel Aviv Sea Side is located in the most central part of town, down the street from the beach and the Carmel Market. It's a beautiful hotel, designed entirely in black and white. The lobby is welcoming and has coffee and tea available throughout the day. The front desk seemed understaffed by helpful and hospitable. One of the ...
- 252 reviews
Momo's Hostel is a clean, bright hostel in the center of town. It has been a staple of the Tel Aviv's budget traveler scene for almost 25 years. The staff is friendly and helpful, also acting as a tourist information office, if necessary. Wifi is available free of charge in the the lobby and lounge area. The balcony is a ...Popular with
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- 271 review
Excellent hotel and even better service! Don't even think about one of the chain hotels in TLV
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- 30Hotel Class:3 reviews
The Marina Hotel is a strange place. The lobby is dark and musty with weird art pieces on the wall. When I asked about the artwork, I was told that everything in the hotel is from the owner's private art collection. That could be a beautiful touch for a hotel. In this case, it just seemed disjointed. The front desk ...
- 31Hotel Class:2 reviews
The Alexander Suites Hotel is an all suites hotel located directly on the Promenade. It is also very close to Tel Aviv's port, a great place for nightly entertainment. The lobby is beautiful and entirely decorated in white and shades of grey. The staff is friendly, but they seem to be very understaffed. The restaurant is located on the 7th ...
- 321 review
it's not a hotel but a sports and show venue....lol
- 331 review
Located in the thick of Tel Aviv's oldest and most beautiful neighborhood, Neve Tzedek, Nina is an amazing spot to base yourself. Breakfasts are included at the funky and lovely cafe across the street but it might be hard for you to manage to leave your suite. Decorated tastefully, but also with a quirky playfulness, the Nina is luxuriously comfortable ...
- 341 review
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- 351 review
One of Tel Aviv's luxury hotels with a corresponding luxury restaurant that specializes in seafood, We found the chef's use of spices and the mixing of various items to be superb. The Rothschild is worth the extra money. The hotel and restaurant staff left the impression they have been well trained but have not yet had the experience one would ...Popular with
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- 37Hotel Class:3 reviews
Centrally-located and a minute walk from the sea, the Metropolitan Hotel is a great place to vacation in Tel Aviv. The lobby is warm and welcoming especially when walking in from the noise of the city. The decorations are lavish and modern. It is beautifully lit and finely furnished and the lounge area is a nice place to pass the ...
- 38Hotel Class:3 reviews
Although the Prima Hotel is advertised as an art hotel, I didn't find it particularly aesthetically pleasing. The lobby seemed almost too full of furniture. It felt as thought it was trying to be modern, but missed the mark. There was only one clerk working, leaving people with a moment to practice their patience and an almost frantic feeling at ...Popular with
- 392 reviews
The Home Apartments are centrally-located and offer short-term or long-term apartments. It also happens to be located in the former site of the Paris Cinema, which was a movie theatre that used to play cult classics back in the day. There is no lobby to speak of, only a long corridor with small doorways that maintenance men seemed to disappear ...
- 402 reviews
Mugraby Hostel is located at the beginning of Allenby Street. It is an interesting area, close to everything, but pretty gritty in the evenings. It isn't easy to find, so try to arrive during the day, if possible. The hostel itself is bright and clean. The front desk also has a tourist office for all your traveler needs. The service ...Popular with