If you are seeking the best value hotels in Tel Aviv then look no further. Value hotels in Tel Aviv are ideal for those who are visiting Tel Aviv on a budget. These hotels offer comfort, fabulous locations, and some good old Tel Aviv style at affordable prices. From beautiful boutiques to hipster havens, we have been hard at work to find the very best value hotels in Tel Aviv.
Kicking off the list in true style is the Florentin House. Florentin House boasts the elegance of a hotel with the communal ambiance of a hostel (and a price tag to match). Set in the fashionable neighborhood of Florentin, guests to this hotel will have an abundance of quirky bars and restaurants to choose from. Yes, this is the go-to neighborhood in Tel Aviv for trendy city dwellers of all ages. Florentin House deeply cares about the local community and advocates fair employment and an eco-friendly work ethic. Whether you are an independent traveler or are visiting Tel Aviv with a large group, this hotel can cater for you. The female dorm sleeps 8 people whilst the mixed dorm sleeps 6 people. There are also double and triple rooms and a plush rooftop suite with its very own terrace overlooking the city. Prices start from $46.67 USD per person per night for a dorm and rise to $220 USD per night for the rooftop suite.
Dave Gordon Hotel
The Dave Gordon Hotel is an exciting place to stay in the city and certainly one of the best value hotels in Tel Aviv, as it offers fantastic value for money. As part of the Brown Hotels collection, guests can expect exceptional quality when staying at the Dave. Set in a Bauhaus building just a few minutes’ walk from the beach, the Dave Hotel has a strong focus on design with unique items that were found on flea markets across Europe. The popular Dizengoff Street is only a 3-minute walk away and guests can also rent a bicycle at a discounted price – an ideal way to get around the city on a budget. This is a fun hotel for those who hope to experience the best of Tel Aviv’s nightlife. Rooms are inspired by the 1970s complete with retro décor and a walk-in rainfall shower.
Another vibrant place to stay in Tel Aviv is Hotel 75 on Allenby Street – a hub for nightclubs, bars, and contemporary art. Hotel 75 boasts 20 rooms each with bright urban designs and free Wi-Fi. The Urban Room costs $138 USD per night for two adults. The rooms here are very spacious, providing great value for money. Blessed with a convenient location, the beaches and historic sites of Old Jaffa are all within walking distance. The impressive Nahalat Binyamin market is directly opposite the hotel, making it an ideal location for those who hope to find handcrafted souvenirs.
The White House
The White House may be a value hotel but it sure does boast one of the best locations in the city. It finds itself in a classic Bauhaus building at Dizengoff Square – home to some of the most popular shops and restaurants around. This boutique hotel sits side by side with the World Bauhaus Centre and guests can reach the beach in just five minutes. Adorned in flowers, plants and pastel hues, the White House is a picturesque best value hotel in the heart of Tel Aviv. Although the White House prides itself in affordable accommodation, each room still manages to exude luxury with cosy beds, a seating area, and coffee making facilities. The Deluxe Suite with Kitchenette ($164 USD per night for two adults) offers guests a self-catering experience with all the necessary utensils required for cooking up your own delicacies.
Those looking for a home from home experience will automatically fall for the Arbel Suites. This hotel has 26 self-catering suites that offer exceptional value for money. Each suite oozes in sophistication with locally designed furnishings and comforting linen. Relax on your own private balcony whilst tucking into homemade dishes with fresh ingredients from the nearby market. All suites include free WiFi, satellite TV, and complimentary bike hire. The price of a studio suite starts at $162 USD per night for two adults, and a one bedroom suite costs around $198 USD – this one is going to be difficult to beat.
Pro-tip: Many hotels will store your bags and suitcases also after you’ve checked out. However, if you don’t want to or can’t leave your bags in the hotel, there are luckily also a lot of other options to store your baggage in Tel Aviv.