Tel Aviv Hotels
Tel Aviv Hotel Reviews
Nothing stands between Tel Aviv's luxury hotels and the Mediterranean Sea except the golden beach and a promenade outfitted with chairs and gazebos. Tel Aviv's hotel row is on Hayarkon Street, which becomes Herbert Samuel Esplanade as you proceed south between the Tel Aviv Port area and Jaffa. Across the street from the luxury hotels are a number of more economical ones. Boutique hotels are becoming more popular and are also centrally located, so you're never far from the trendy shops and outdoor cafés of Ben Yehuda and Dizengoff streets.
The major hotels along Hayarkon Street are right on the Tayelet next to the beach. Staying at a boutique hotel in a restored historic building adds a wonderful accent to the Tel Aviv experience. Most of the city's hotels are only a short distance from most major attractions.
Don't want to stay in a city? Herzliya Pituach is a resort area 12 km (7½ miles) up the coast from Tel Aviv. It has a number of beachfront hotels, a public square with outdoor cafés that’s a short walk from the beach, and a marina and adjacent Arena Mall with a selection of high-end shops, restaurants, and pubs. The area has a cosmopolitan air, as affluent suburbanites live here, as do diplomats and foreign journalists.
Hotel reservations are essential during all Jewish holidays and are advised throughout the year. Some hotels have parking lots, but a few rely on public lots that can be at least a short walk away.
Prices in the reviews are the lowest cost of a standard double room in high season.
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