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Hotels in Tel Aviv

Celebrating the centenary of its founding by the Jewish community in 2009, Tel Aviv was originally the ancient port of Jaffa and has been an area of human activity since the Bronze Age. In fact, this area has been ruled by numerous major empires over the centuries, from the Egyptians and the Persians to the Greeks and the Ottomans.

The city, which is the second largest in Israel has also been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its charming Bauhaus Architecture, and is known for its very international, gay friendly atmosphere.

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Opened in 1932, and once the residence of Meir Dizengoff, the city's first Mayor, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is the place to visit if you're interested in historic and modern art related to Israel. The venue also contains many famous paintings from the early-20th century, and has been the home of the Lola Beer Ebner Sculpture Garden since 1999.

Other museums

Opened to the public in the year 2000, the Palmach Museum was founded to commemorate the Palmach fighting force, who were instrumental in the creation of the Israeli state. Another exhibition venue worth seeing is the Eretz Israel Museum, which comprises numerous intriguing historical, archaeological and anthropological artefacts, and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2003.

Yarkon Park

This vast urban park attracts many millions of visitors each year and is renowned for its attractive botanical gardens. The park, which is adjacent to the leafy Rokach Boulevard, organises numerous major music events and even has its own water park.

Independence Hall

Learn more about the history of Israeli since its founding in the same venue that housed the Tel Aviv Museum of Art for almost 40 years until the 1970s. The Independence Hall is adjacent to Rothschild Boulevard, which is one of the most exclusive areas of Tel Aviv and is part of the city's main business district.

Eating out in Tel Aviv – recommendations

Thanks to its cosmopolitan population, Tel Aviv has a particularly varied restaurant scene and provides cuisines catering to all tastes. For some divine Italian cuisine, choose the Shine restaurant, La Repubblica di Ronimotti, or Goodies restaurant, or enjoy some delicious French, Middle Eastern and fusion-themed food at Catit. For some delectable seafood dishes, try Milgo & Milbar, enjoy some great American classics at the Vitrina Sausage Grill, or dine at the Hatraklin Bistor Meat & Wine restaurant for other mouthwatering Mediterranean and local cuisine.

Accommodation in Tel Aviv – ideas

For an opulent venue with outstanding hospitality, you can book a stay at the Dan Tel Aviv Hotel, the Carlton Tel Aviv or the Royal Beach Hotel Tel Aviv by Isrotel Exclusive Collection. For affordable, well-presented Tel Aviv hotels, consider the affordable Herods Tel Aviv hotel, the Melody Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel, or the Center Chic Hotel Tel Aviv – another Atlas Boutique Hotel.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Tel Aviv

What are the most booked hotels in Tel Aviv?

One of the best hotels to stay in Tel Aviv is BY14 TLV Hotel.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Tel Aviv?

Herods Hotel Tel-Aviv in Tel Aviv offers one night in a double room at the price of £42.

If I want to stay in the center of Tel Aviv, which hotels shall I consider?

Arbel Suites Hotel, Dizengoff 208 Hotel Tel Aviv and Vital are located in the central neighborhood of Tel Aviv.

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