The best hotels in Tel Aviv are becoming more competitive each year as new openings raise the bar and increase competition in the city. Our Israel travel experts are constantly impressed by new hotels, renovations and those hotels which don’t let down their standards year after year. We are based in Israel, know Tel Aviv’s best locations, and speak with guests who travel with us. We personally visit and stay at hotels in order to choose the best in Tel Aviv. Our selection of the best hotels in Tel Aviv includes a range of prices from luxury hotels through to budget hotels. This list will include accommodations from the city center to the beach, offering different styles that cater to every kind of traveler.
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With over 10 years experience as Israel’s leading travel platform, we are travel experts based in Tel Aviv and base our selections on our own experiences, knowledge of the city, and feedback from guests who travel with us. The full selection of hotels in Tel Aviv from which we have chosen the best is here.
Best Luxury Hotels in Tel Aviv
If lavish hotels are what you’re seeking, consider these luxury stays in Tel Aviv as your next vacationing destination. Starting from $400 per night on average – with busier times upping to $500+ a night – you can’t go wrong with these exquisite hotels.
The Norman has featured as one of Tel Aviv’s best hotels since opening some 8 years ago in the heart of the White City. A restored architectural landmark, The Norman has become a favored destination for visiting dignitaries, opting for this boutique property over the big chains which dominate the beachfront area. The Norman has maintained consistently high-scale standards year after year. Facility-wise, The Norman is boutique in size (50 rooms) yet has many of the features one would expect from a larger property. This includes two restaurants, a swanky bar, rooftop pool, as well as a fitness center and gym.
23 Nachmani Street, Tel Aviv. City Center (White City) location. $$$
Along Tel Aviv’s beautiful tayelet (beachfront promenade), the hotel selection can be relatively disappointing considering all the city has to offer. The Setai, the first Israeli branch of the Miami Beach institution, sits at the southern-end of the main promenade stretch, at the entrance to Jaffa. This provides guests at The Setai with not only a perfect sea view, but also a view of the entire Tel Aviv skyline. The hotel is in a restored Ottoman-era police station, renovated perfectly to retain its historic charm. The 120 rooms include a Turkish Hammam spa, and arguably the best infinity pool in Tel Aviv.
22 David Raziel, Tel Aviv. Beach-front/Jaffa location. $$$
Best Mid-Price-Level Hotels in Tel Aviv
We consider mid-price-level in Tel Aviv to mean the range between $250-$400 a night during most of the year. This budget will provide access to a large selection of hotels – including many of the city’s most desirable boutique properties in the heart of the White City.
Boutique vibes with high standards best describes the Fabric Hotel, part of the Atlas Hotels group. The hotel is located on Nahalat Binyamin Street, one of the city’s historic streets. Traditionally home to Tel Aviv’s fabric trade, the street recently turned into a popular hub of cafes, restaurants, and other accommodations. The Fabric Hotel features a popular bar, Bushwick, and a beautiful guest-only rooftop. Visitors will love all that Fabric Hotel stand for and provides.
28 Nahalat Binyamin Street, Tel Aviv. City center location. $$
A true boutique hotel with just 18 rooms, White Villa has the atmosphere of a stay in an elegant private house. The villa sits on Ben Zion Boulevard just a short distance from Habima Square on the northern end of Rothschild Boulevard – one of the city’s most impressive public spaces. Ten minutes in the other direction, you’ll find the captivating beachfront. The hotel is within a renovated International Style building, typical of the White City which makes Tel Aviv a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Each room in the villa has its own style and character, and despite its intimate size, the hotel has the facilities needed to create a great stay.
28 Ben Zion Boulevard, Tel Aviv. City center (White City) location. $$
A five-minute walk to the beach on the corner of Ben Yehuda Street and Allenby Street, the Lighthouse by Brown Hotels is one of the flagships of the Brown Hotel collection, a Tel-Aviv-born chain who have become dominant in the city. Recently renovated, the hotel features a vibrant design, accompanied by ample public spaces. The rooftop at the Lighthouse hosts one of Tel Aviv’s most popular bars, with incredible sunset views across the Mediterranean.
3 Ben Yehuda Street, Tel Aviv. City Center location. $$
It’s easy to argue that Rothschild Boulevard is Tel Aviv’s most iconic street. Lined with cafes and restaurants, the location has become home to several hotels in recent years. 65 Hotel sits in a unique building, rising high above the street below. At ground level sits a popular cafe, where breakfast is served alongside magnificent views.
65 Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv. City center (White City) location. $$
Best Hotels in Tel Aviv On a Budget
The best budget hotels in Tel Aviv would fall into the price range between $150 to $200/250 per night.
Perhaps the best hotel in Tel Aviv in the budget category is Hotel 75 part of the veteran Prima Hotel chain. Located on Allenby Street in the heart of the city, the hotel features a young and vibrant design and a popular cafe where breakfast is served. A few minutes from the sea and Rothschild Boulevard, the hotel is well located and offers a great option for those on a budget.
75 Allenby Street, Tel Aviv. City center (White City) location. $
The Brown Hotels collection is one of Tel Aviv’s biggest hotel success stories, having opened over 15 hotels in the city in just 10 years. Dave Gordon is part of Brown’s budget-friendly options, boasting bold themes and color schemes. Dave Gordon is located near the beach in the city center, an amazing location from which to explore.
85 Nahalat Binyamin Street, Tel Aviv. City center (White City) bordering Florentin-Levinsky Market location. $
The Port and Blue Hotel is a few steps from Tel Aviv Port, in the Old North district of the city, steps from the beach and tayelet promenade. In a city where real estate is expensive, most hotel rooms are on the smaller side, making budget-friendly options a cozy way to spend your vacation. Regardless, Port and Blue offers more than enough space with average rooms and pleasant modern design, making it one of the best hotels in Tel Aviv.
1 Tsidon Street, Tel Aviv. Old North (Tel Aviv Port) area. $