So which Hotel in Tel Aviv is the best if you want to make new friends? Which one is the most chic? Which offers an artsy fartsy entourage? Where is the one hotel that’s most prepared for Sabbath, and which one is considered as not just a place to sleep? Find all the answers right here
All reviews appearing here were written by real guests and are cited from the relevant booking.com pages of the following hotels
“Amazing value for money, nice common areas, leafy garden, lovely neighbourhood, very friendly and helpful staff. Cleanliness of rooms could be improved.”
Guest from Belgium. Reviewed: December 28, 2018
The Shenkin hotel was tucked away on a little side street (nice and quiet!) and walking distance to the places we wanted to visit in Tel Aviv. The beds were super comfortable, the bathroom was clean with nice soap/shampoo etc. The staff were really nice. They don’t have breakfast on the premises but work with a few restaurants in the area. We went to Bakers around the corner and it was lovely. Free coffee, tea and cookies on the lobby level 24/7. It was cold when we were there, but there is a lovely rooftop area for lounging – it would be great in the spring/fall/summer to hang out. highly Recommended!
(Guest from Israel. Reviewed: January 7, 2019)
“If You Want To Make New Friends…”
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv
“Great environment designed for meeting new people. Nice, wide lounge with a chilled-out party atmosphere. Staff was helpful with orienting me with the area. Has its own food and drink available if it’s a rainy day and you feel like staying in. Travelers’ center provides access to tours, and provides information and maps. Beds and sheets were comfortable and clean. Free breakfast if you want it! Lots of different activities for you to join within the hostel Staff available 24/7 to assist you! Probably not the best choice of hostel if you are travelling with families, but still not too bad.”
Guest from Japan. Reviewed: January 16, 2019
The location is very close to a lot of eateries and pubs. The staff were super friendly as well. And last but not the least was the breakfast which was better than expected. They also have a in house bar where you can get beer.
(Guest from India. Reviewed: January 20, 2019 )
“Great breakfast (halva and oranges! yum!), huge common area, where you can get to know other fellow travelers, well equipped kitchen, towels and linen provided by the hostel and I could even choose my be…”
Guest from Poland. Stayed in January 2019
Market House – An Atlas Boutique Hotel
“The staff were simply wonderful, extremely welcoming, friendly, helpful, and efficient. They really went out of their way to make our stay extremely pleasant. The breakfast is exquisite, very carefully prepared with locally sourced (except the salmon of course!) ingredients. In the evening there is a happy hour (that actually lasts 2 hours!) of excellent Israeli wine and delicious nibbles. We really enjoyed our stay, and a big thank you and well done to all the wonderful staff. We shall definitely come back!”
Guest from the United Kingdom. Reviewed: January 20, 2019
Beautiful hotel in Brilliant location. If you love great restaurants/bars, art, fashion, shopping and people watching – this hotel/part of town is definitely for you!
(Guest from Australia)
“artsy fartsy entourage…”
“We liked the artsy fartsy entourage. The location was good. The restaurant downstairs was convenient. The construction outside was right by my bedroom window but we were not bothered by it at all. The information booklet was nice as well.”
Guest from the Netherlands, January 24, 2019
Simple hotel, charming and well maintained. Cleaning is not done daily, but owners leave trash bags, toilet paper and extra towels. Everything is well planned. The owners welcomed us very well.
(Guest from Brazil, Reviewed: January 16, 2019)
“Not Just a Place to Sleep…”
65 Hotel, Rothschild Tel Aviv
“Best boutique hotel in Tel Aviv by far. Not just a place to sleep, nor should a hotel be anymore. A place with an awesome energy, amazing and perfectly friendly staff, the most incredible hotel breakfast (top 5 i’ve ever had worldwide) I just can’t complain about anything at all. I have now stayed in 10 boutique hotels in tel aviv and the competition is stiff but if you are looking for one that checks all boxes this one is it. Atlas hotels know how to do it right (also stayed at Market House by atlas in old Jaffa and it was amazing too, worth the visit for sure). I even spent my last night in The Rothschild down the street and I somehow wondered back to hotel 65 and ended up on the roof.”
Guest from Spain, Reviewed: October 24, 2017
Lovely staff (they squeezed us into the last available parking space), great room, super breakfast, great location on Rothschild Boulevard.
(Guest from the United Kingdom, Reviewed: January 9, 2019)
“Prepared for the Sabbath.”
Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center
“It’s in a great location for business or pleasure. Has a shopping centre right next to it. It’s a Short ride and your on the sea front. There are some good bars and great food all around the hote.”
Transfer to the other Crown Plaza in Tel Aviv by taxi, for free every two hours. Clean rooms, all the hotel is prepared for the Sabbath. Comfortable bed. Huge trips offer with good relation quality/price. Free access to the Holmes place. Little details to please the guest: early check-in, breakfast box (in case you cannot have in the normal hours)
“The breakfast is kosher based… The swimming pool of the hotel is shared with the clients of the Holmes Place, and no locker is provided by the hotel (either you leave your belongings in your room, or buy a locker for ~15€).”
Guest from Great Britain
“Amazing and 100% disability accessible hotel.”
“The hotel is exceptionally well organized and in a great location. All the venue is wheelchair accessible and even though I had some disability-related requirements, the staff met them all with a smile and managed to organize my whole stay in the hotel in a way that I’ve enjoyed any minute in it. I totally recommend!”
Guest fron Bulgaria, Stayed in January 2019
Margosa Hotel Tel Aviv Jaffa
“This hotel was fabulous! 5 star all the way. The front desk staff were attentive and very helpful. The rooms were great and very well maintained. The atmosphere was wonderful. The chef for breakfast was top notch with no spare to cost. Everything was lovely.”
A guest from Canada, Reviewed: August 27, 2018
This hotel is a great option for people seeking a quiet small hotel in Jaffa. The rooms are spacious, nice and practical balcony and great shower. The breakfast was interesting with a different variety everyday – not your usual industrial hotel kitchen at all…
(A guest from China, Reviewed: January 8, 2019)
“Rooms are NOT small and cramped…”
“Hotel Montefiore was a total delight. Everything from the staff, to the beautifully appointed room, a large, well-supplied bathroom, the delicious breakfast…..all aspects really – were superb. We had heard that rooms in Tel Aviv are small and cramped – well, not at the Montefiore. We loved everything about it and highly recommend it to others.”
A guest from France. Stayed in September 2018
Spacious, stylish and comfortable rooms decorated with attention to detail and interior design. Amazing bed and linens. Breakfast could have been included. Seems kind of a gracious thing to do, considering how expensive the rooms are. I paid a lot for a small bowl of granola and yogurt. The locals rave about the food in general, but my meals were mediocre…especially in a city where the food is pretty spectacular.
(A guest from the United States. tayed in June 2017)
Dizengoff Avenue Boutique Hotel
“The staff were excellent… Very good Happy hour (2hrs) excellent hospitality. Considering the price paid not a lot to dislike. Would have liked a slightly larger room as per our friends but then again we had a quiet room off the road at the rear of the hotel so…
The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The lobby had free coffee and wine from 7 to 9 pm.
(A guest from the United States)
“The food and the ambience…”
Mendeli Street Hotel
“Restaraunt and bar are great – both the food and the ambience. staff were super helpful and friendly. Rooms are small – but we knew this when booking – we chose location – and were ultimately very pleased…”
Guest from the United States, Reviewed: August 17, 2018
Service is friendly and attentive, ask the concierge whatever you need and they will do their best to make you happy. Breakfast is definitely one of the best on earth! Bread and croissants freshly baked, all sorts of vegetable and cheese, salads, croissants, and a wide choice of egg-based plates. Definitely a blast!
“Standard rooms are really tight, there is not even a chair to sit down or to put your trousers on. Only option to stay is bed. There is no space to lay your suitcase, which should be stowed in the wardrobe…”
A guest from Italy. Reviewed: January 25, 2019