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Tel Aviv Hotel Insider
Known as the “city that never sleeps” in the Middle East, Tel Aviv is a bustling party capital with a famous 24-hour culture. It is considered one of the world’s best beach cities, as well as a top destination for the LGBT community. With a vibrant nightlife, dynamic blend of new and old world atmosphere, and a rich history, the city beckons visitors from all around the globe. To accommodate the more than 2.5 million international tourists it gets annually, Tel Aviv is equipped with over 6,500 rooms.

Tel Aviv Hotels
Despite its young crowd, Tel Aviv boasts a plethora of high-class, luxury hotels. Popular brands like Crowne Plaza, Hilton, and Isrotel have 5-star locales situated right along Hayarkon Street, the spine of the city’s action. Each is known for its impeccable service, variety of amenities, and gorgeous beach views. Other options include the David InterContinental and Dan Hotel, both world-class hotels with a Middle Eastern flair.

Boutique hotels are an emerging trend in Israel, and Tel Aviv is embracing them with open arms. The Cinema Hotel is an Atlas Boutique, a stunning art deco building in a former cinema where you can rent bicycles to tour the city. Likewise, the White City-inspired design Hotel Montefiore was Tel Aviv’s first boutique hotel and offers guests a traditional Israeli breakfast.

You certainly don’t have to drain your wallet on a trip to Tel Aviv. Budget options with reputable acclaim include Armon Hayarkon and the seafaring-themed Port Hotel, both close to the center of the city and the attractions most frequented by visitors.

Things to Do in Tel Aviv
There is no shortage of things to do in Tel Aviv. If you love the beach, you’ll find that the city’s nucleus, Hayarkon Street (and nearby Hayarkon Park) is a perfect launching pad for water activities and sunbathing, but is also a hotspot for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Hotels like the Renaissance Tel Aviv and Melody Hotel are situated within walking distance, but are also near other popular spots like Dizengoff Square, Caesarea Street, and Rothschild Boulevard.

Tel Aviv’s “White City” is known for its large concentration of famous Bauhaus (German art building style) structures, where you can take an architecture tour by foot, bus, or Segway. The collection is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the most popular sights in the country. The Diaghilev Live Art Boutique Hotel is a perfect and appropo lodging choice if you love architectural design, as is the Vital Hotel and the quaint Eden House.

For those who are more historically-inclined, Neve Tzedek (the first Jewish neighborhood built outside the ancient Port of Jaffa) is not to be missed. Nearby Ramat Gan also begs to be toured, as one of the world’s biggest diamond exchanges and home to Moshe Aviv Tower, the tallest building in Israel.
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