Planning a Trip to Tel Aviv?

Planning a Trip to Tel Aviv? Where to Stay…

From the Tayelet (Tel Aviv coastline) to old Jaffa city and everything in between, Tel Aviv is a gorgeous small Israeli city enriched with historical culture and modern delights.

Undoubtedly, the city has a stunning cosmopolitan culture, filled with boutique shops, family-run cafés, a myriad of art galleries, and fabled nightlife. On the other hand, Tel Aviv is renowned for its ancient history. For instance, Jaffa city was once known as the port city, dating back to 1440 BC!

Let’s come to the most important part – where to stay in Tel Aviv during your visit? Finding the best hotels in Tel Aviv can be overwhelming, so we are here to help you pick the right one.

Whether you are travelling alone, with a family, or office group, staying in an autonomous hotel in Tel Aviv always works the best. Although there are many other options available, don’t you want to experience something new and unique? Of course, you do!

Let’s dive in.

 

Jaffa City

Jaffa is one of the world’s oldest ports, dating back around 7,000 years. The flea market in Jaffa has been running for over a century. If you are a history & art lover and a die-hard fan of Greek mythology, this place is indeed for you.

When booking hotels in Tel Aviv, look out for something close to city attractions. One such accommodation is provided by Pink & Blondie autonomous hotel in Tel Aviv by Loginn. This two-coloured ApartHotel offers a broad array of spaces for guests overlooking the Jaffa city views. Every space has a kitchen, a flat-screen TV, and air-conditioning. The best part of this hotel is it reflects the essence of Old Jaffa.

Tel Aviv Promenade

Hebrew, the Tayelet, or Promenade, forms a belt along the Mediterranean seashore. Here, you can find some of the best and budget-friendly hotels having beautiful beach views.

Promenade tends to be the home to higher-end hotels for guests. So, if you are booking hotels in Tel Aviv, specifically near Jerusalem Beach, in proximity to Dizengoff Shopping Center, we recommend Beta hotel by Loginn.

Our Beta autonomous hotel in Tel Aviv features 22 well-furnished studio rooms. Each space has a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom with a shower, and a kitchen equipped with a refrigerator, cookware, electric kettle, and stovetops. This ApartHotel offers breath-taking city views from its balconies and terrace.

As far as adventure and activities go, there are many exciting things, something for everyone to enjoy, such as biking, surfing, cycling, sailing, nightlife, shopping, and a plethora of culinary tours.

White City

If you are not much into beaches and surfing, staying for a night or two in White City is a great decision. White City is the coolest place and features some of the best hotels in Tel Aviv.

Just one kilometer away, located a beautiful, 13-unit apartment building, Monochrome autonomous hotel in Tel Aviv. Every space in the property is well-equipped and air-conditioned and offers various facilities like flat-screen TVs with Netflix, hair dryers, iron boards, etc. The kitchenettes are also outfitted with basic amenities that give tourists a home-like feeling.

While your stay in the White City, enjoy local restaurants, cafes, and nightclubs, along with cultural attractions.

Some special mentions include Silicate autonomous hotel, ColorBox autonomous hotel, and Pixel autonomous hotel. All the hotels mentioned above belong to Loginn, are located in the unique parts of Tel Aviv, and are pet-friendly.

 

Conclusion

Tel Aviv is one of the nicest and finest tourist spots in the world. The only way you can truly immerse yourself into its picturesque neighbourhood is when you have peace of mind. And true peace of mind comes when you have a clean, comfortable, and pocket-friendly space to stay. Try one of these six independent hotels during your journey to Tel Aviv, Israel.

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