Best Hotels, B&B's and Hostels in Tel Aviv

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Tel Aviv as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places that have at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.
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  • 4.7 Hotel Montefiore Tel Aviv

    Hotel Montefiore, Tel Aviv

    Lonely Planet

    “A truly classy choice, the Montefiore occupies a heritage-listed 1920s villa in a tree-lined street off Allenby St. The 12 elegant rooms have high ceilings, wooden floors, an armchair, a generously endowed bookshelf, double-glazed windows and spacious bathrooms.”

  • 4.6 Rothshild Hotel Tel Aviv

    The Rothschild Hotel, Tel Aviv

    New York Times

    “The handsomely designed Rothschild Hotel occupies some of the city’s best real estate, a Unesco-protected building overlooking Rothschild Boulevard. The 28 modern rooms feature elegant tiling, custom furniture, espresso machines and free Wi-Fi.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Tel Aviv.

  • 4.2 Poli House Tel Aviv

    Hotel Poli House, Tel Aviv

    New York Times

    “In a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood, this glossy, digi-pop inspired hotel pays homage to its urban neighborhood with the right balance of history and high-end fun. Guests are whisked from its street-level entrance and art gallery to the neon rooftop lobby via translucent elevators.”

  • 4.2 Brown Beach House Tel Aviv

    Hotel Brown Beach House, Tel Aviv

    New York Times

    “The cheeky Brown Beach House is a boutique hotel with spacious rooms and suites just steps from the Mediterranean, all done up in splashes of black and yellow. Amenities include a bar and cafe, a stellar spa, free bike rentals, beach totes and towels. This is a place to see and be seen, so wear your fancy flip-flops.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Tel Aviv.

  • 4.4 The Jaffa Tel Aviv

    The Jaffa A Luxury Collection Hotel, Tel Aviv

    CN Traveler

    “The historic Jaffa neighborhood has become a cachet of Tel Aviv cool, loaded with designer boutiques, cocktail bars, and creative locals inside its 4,000-year-old walls. It’s appropriate, then, that the hotel that shares its name should act as a microcosm of the area. Star architect John Pawson and his team spent 10 years creating an aesthetic within this former convent-turned-hospital that played to Jaffa’s old/new dichotomy.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s Best New Hotels of 2019.

  • 4.4 Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv

    Abraham Hostel, Tel Aviv

    Lonely Planet

    “This mammoth hostel is one of the best places to meet other travellers, and it has some of the cleanest and best-kept budget rooms. It offers excellent suites for couples or families with bathrooms, kitchenettes and TVs; it also operates tours in town and around Israel.”

  • 4.6 Norman Hotel Tel Aviv

    Hotel The Norman, Tel Aviv

    Fodors

    “Two fabulously restored historic buildings in central Tel Aviv make up this contemporary urban hotspot that evokes Bauhaus-era elegance and old world charm. Guest rooms are furnished with exquisite vintage decor, sumptuously comfortable beds, and signature-scented bath amenities.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Tel Aviv.

  • 4.6 Shalom Hotel Tel Aviv

    Shalom Boutique Hotel & Relax, Tel Aviv

    Frommers

    “The former Howard Johnson’s has been taken over by the Atlas Chain, and we must say, they’ve worked miracles with this older property. Rooms are now downright chic, with “beach house” style black-and-white furnishings and lux beds.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Tel Aviv.

FAQ

What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Tel Aviv?

The White City
The international style buildings of the city make it a pleasant neighbourhood city of Tel Aviv to tour. The architecture of the city is the idea taken from Austria and Germany. The construction marvel of the town includes light buildings, boulevards, tree-lined streets, and much more. To add more fun to the trip, some many local restaurants and cafes will offer you regional delicacies. Some places to visit in the white city are Bialik Street, Sheinkin Street, and Rothschild Boulevard. It is a must place to visit for all the tourists that are inclusive if you book for the Tel Aviv tour itinerary.

Jaffa
The Jaffa Port is one of the oldest ports in the world. The city of Jaffa is the modern neighbourhood city of Tel Aviv that has many galleries and alleyways that mesmerizes the tourists. The flea market of Jaffa is a significant gathering hub for all the travellers who came to visit Jaffa, Tel Aviv. The flea market showcases the famous artifacts of the world by the vendors of Jaffa. Jaffa is the definition of the historical belief of Tel Aviv and keeps in mind the social and cultural beliefs as well. Extend your stay in Tel Aviv to cover the trip to the walled city of Jaffa.

Neve Tzedek
The translated meaning of Neve Tzedek is ‘Oasis of justice.’ The beautiful neighbourhood city of Tel Aviv is situated in the south of it. Neve Tzedek is filled with fascinating lanes and small appealing buildings. Walking down the lanes, you will find Shabazi Street that hosts the famous restaurants and cafes for the travelers. Neve Tzedek is a silent place away from the hustle of the city. To add more fun, Neve Tzedek consists of boutiques and galleries and a beautiful beach on a few minutes’ walk. Pay a visit to the city of Neve Tzedek, the southern neighborhood of Tel Aviv.

Florentin
Florentin is known as the most fashionable neighbourhood in Tel Aviv. Some modern apartments and stores make the city a vibrant location for exploring. The town of Florentin is evolving and replacing the old buildings to new loft apartments. The wholesale stores are now being replaced into designer boutiques, making the city dynamic. Florentin at Tel Aviv is recognized internationally for its nightlife, which is a complementary treat for travelers. Missing out Florentin on your trip to Tel Aviv is not worth it. So, add Florentin on to your travel itinerary and extend your stay to cover this neighbourhood city as well.

Tel Aviv Port
The famous Tel Aviv port is located on the north side of the city, gaining the maximum attention of the tourists. The port is now not available for commercial shipping and is converted to a leisure complex. The broad wooden walk of the location is filled with restaurants, cafes, bars, ice cream parlours, and clothing stores. Enjoy the fun of night clubs and the celebration of special occasions at the port. The hangers of the region are used for concerts and celebrity events. You can enjoy the bike tour from the Tel Aviv port and tour the entire coast, adding more fun to your trip.

Also check out our guide about the best areas to stay in Tel Aviv.

What is the best luxury hotel in Tel Aviv?

If money isn't a problem and you're looking for a luxury hotel in Tel Aviv, then go for The Jaffa Hotel. The hotel offers excellent service, it's in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it.

What is the best boutique hotel in Tel Aviv?

Not a fan of big chain hotels? No problem. If you want to stay in a boutique hotel in Tel Aviv, then you should book Shalom Boutique Hotel & Relax. The hotel has been rated highly by previous guests for its boutique style. It has also been recommended by influential travel journalists.

What is the best budget hotel in Tel Aviv?

Hotels are expensive in Tel Aviv, but if you're looking for an affordable hotel, then book Hotel Poli House. It's an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It's in a good location, it's been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews.

What is the best hostel in Tel Aviv?

If you're looking for a great hostel in Tel Aviv, then you should check out Abraham Hostel. The hostel has magnificent reviews by backpackers, it has been recommended by well-known travel experts and it's in a good location.

How much does a night in a hotel in Tel Aviv cost?

If you want to stay in a 3-star hotel in central Tel Aviv you would be looking at an average price of $170 per night. For 4-star hotels the average price is around $240 per night. For a 5-star hotel in Tel Aviv the average rate is around $330 per night.

Which Tel Aviv hotel offers great breakfast?

Try Shalom Boutique Hotel & Relax or The Norman Hotel if you're looking for a hotel that serves a great breakfast. Guests have given excellent reviews for breakfast at these hotels.

Which Tel Aviv hotel offers a great rooftop bar?

Try Hotel Poli House if you're looking for a hotel that has a great rooftop bar. Guests have given excellent reviews for the rooftop bar at this hotel.

Which Tel Aviv hotel has a great swimming pool?

Try Hotel Poli House if you're looking for a hotel that has a great swimming pool. Guests have given excellent reviews for the pool area at this hotel.

What are the best things to do in Tel Aviv?

Day Tour to Jerusalem and Bethlehem from Tel Aviv. Travel the distance from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by air-conditioned coach, and enter Old Jerusalem to see the Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Via Dolorosa and other age-old religious and historical sights. Price: $121.

Caesarea, Haifa & Akko Day Trip from Tel Aviv. Travel from Tel Aviv on this full-day tour to explore Israel’s Mediterranean coast and sites such as the terraced Baha'i Gardens in Haifa, the natural limestone grottoes of Rosh Hanikra, and the ancient port city of Acree in Western Galilee. Price: $110.

Tel Aviv Jaffa Guided Bike Tour. In just 3 hours we will cover almost all Tel Aviv &Jaffa highlights. You will get a good idea of why Tel Aviv is such an exciting city. Price: $60.

More things to do in Tel Aviv

About Tel Aviv

The second city of Israel, Tel Aviv, is considered as the commercial and cultural capital of the country. It is a city of culture, liberalism, cuisine, and nightlife that is something worth exploring. Being a must-visit destination, Tel Aviv has to offer you lots of reasons to fall in love with the city.

Surrounded by sand beaches and the Mediterranean on one side and glass towers on the other, Tel Aviv stands as a high-tech area that is the second most important in the world. Beautiful architecture and prominent museums are worth a view. Starting from the old-style buildings in Jaffa to the emerging skyline in Tel Aviv, you can explore a great collection of the Bauhaus style building with a unique history.

The museums and art galleries of Tel Aviv, starting from Design Museum Holon to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, all exhibit the best forms of art and culture that cannot be missed out. With a diverse population, you will get to meet various shades and hues of people in the city of Tel Aviv. The welcoming and warm gesture of people will take you by surprise and make you feel at home.

The delicious and fresh seafood, along with the trendiest cuisines, will fill your heart with the best flavors of the city. Being a city that never sleeps, the young population gets active past midnight, and the bars are all busy until dawn. The Azrieli Center Mall filled with the best tech shops, cloth shops, and food courts is sure to give you an amazing shopping experience. Visit the fabulous city of Tel Aviv and experience the amazingness of the seaside city.

We recommend that you read our guide about where to stay in Tel Aviv. It gives you an excellent overview of the most popular areas, highlighting the main attractions and hotel recommendations for each area. If you like our list of best hotels in Tel Aviv, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Marrakech or the best hotels in Dubai.