Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you can’t have a good time! Tel Aviv can be expensive, we get it. No worries, we put together this guide of all the Best Hotels and Hostels in Tel Aviv that wont break your bank!
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We’ve broken this guide into neighborhoods:
- Rothschild Neighborhood – Mid-Range & Boutique hotels
- The Beach – Everything from Hotels to Hostels
- Jaffa – Everything from Hotels to Hostels
- South Tel Aviv – Boutique Hotels & Hostels
We’ve created a ranking system based on ratings from other popular websites.
Pricing for 2 people sharing 1 room:
- $$ >$200/ night
- $ <$200/ night
The Rothschild Neighborhood is located in the centre of the city, and is home to some of the most beautiful streets in Tel Aviv… and some of its most beautiful boutique hotels and hostels. Away from the chaos of the beach, this chilled out neighborhood is also home to a lot of Tel Aviv’s best bars and restaurants.
Tchernikhovski St 17 | Mid Range | Boutique | $$
Urban Flare mixed with Tel Avivian Warmth. Welcome to Saul Boutique Hotel in Tel Aviv. Experience the true nature of Tel Aviv in the center of the city. Settled between Tel Aviv’s historic buildings and buzzing neighborhoods, the hotel is right next to the city’s most famous attractions. Saul’s modern yet warm design concept combines classic and contemporary motifs – a nod to Tel Aviv’s incomparably eclectic vibe.
Lilienbloom 48 | Mid Range | Boutique | $$
Tel Aviv’s newest boutique hotel opened in July 2015. With a great location on Lillenbloom Street, two minutes from Rothschild Boulevard and next to the very fashionable Abraxus North Restaurant and Bar, the hotel has a chic urban style and a solarium and terrace.
Rothschild 22 | Mid Range | Boutique | Fattal | $$
Welcome to Hotel Rothschild 22: a new, luxurious and unique boutique hotel at the heart of Tel Aviv’s famous Rothschild Boulevard. This hotel has been meticulously designed by Ari Shaltiel – among the Israel’s leading designer – and seamlessly integrates a modern and elegant style with a pastoral boulevard. Nearby, you will find gourmet restaurants with the finest chefs, museums, galleries, cafes and much more.
Brener St 21 | Mid Range | Boutique | $$
With a great location just behind Shenkin Street, 2 minutes from the Shuk, and 10 minutes from Rothschild Boulevard and the beach, the Shenkin Hotel is a great choice for someone who wants a boutique experience on a budget. It features a roof terrace with lounge chairs, spa center and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, although unfortunately no restaurant.
Nahalat Binyamin 1 | Swimming pool | Mid Range | Boutique | Brown | $$
The Poli House (by Brown Hotels) opened its doors recently and quickly became an icon! Its beautiful design and unbeatable location made it one of the favorites among tourists. It is a boutique hotel that combines modern and bauhaus designs without sacrificing luxury. The Poli House has a beautiful rooftop with a pool that often hosts parties. It also has a wellness spa with a wide menu of treatments.
Levontin 21 | Hostel | Abrahams | $
Following the huge success of Abraham Hostel Jerusalem (8th Best Hostel in the World) and the Fauzi Azar Inn in Nazareth, Abraham has come to chill out with the hipsters in Tel Aviv. His new hostel in Tel Aviv welcomes guests from around the world to clean and comfortable rooms, free breakfast, and a cool lounge, bar and roof facilities. His family organise cool parties, and the most interesting tours around Tel Aviv, Israel and the West Bank, and even Petra in Jordan.
Yehuda HaLevi 51 | Hostel | $
Another new hostel, Little Tel Aviv opened in 2015. Located on Yehuda Halevi, just near Rothschild Boulevard and the Central Bus Station, Little Tel Aviv has stylish modern rooms, indoor and outdoor communal areas, and organises bar crawls and other social events. It also has a cool bar downstairs called Hostel 51.
Tel Aviv is blessed with 5km of beautiful beach, stretching from the modern Tel Aviv Port in the North to the biblical Jaffa Port in the South. The beach is lined with high-rise hotels, and a few new boutique hotels are starting to sprout.
Mendeli Street 5 | Mid Range | Boutique | $$
Moments away from the beach, a design hotel that reflects the contemporary spirit of Tel Aviv, the Mendeli Street Hotel is more than just a place to rest your head. The beautiful interiors and bar are all set against the backdrop of the latest in Israeli art and design trends. The hotel has sixty six elegant rooms, albeit a little on the small side.
Dizengoff St 197 | Mid Range | Boutique | $$
Jacob Samuel is a boutique hotel situated on the legendary Dizengoff/Arlozorov crossroads, at the center of Tel-Aviv, just a 2-minute walk from Tel-Aviv’s famous beaches and designed in the classic style of Europe’s capital cities such as Paris, Rome and Barcelona.
Port Tel Aviv | Hostel | $
A sleek hostel in one of the hottest cities, THE SPOT welcomes first-time and seasoned travelers, lone backpackers and families, wanderers and adventurers alike to experience the one-of-a-kind energy of Tel Aviv and the striking diversity of Israel.
Herbert Samuel 78 | Hostel | $
The location is amazing, across the road from Tel Aviv’s main beaches. But this is more of a cheap hotel than a hostel. If you’re just looking to crash on the beach for your stay in Tel Aviv, and are prepared to rough it a little, this could be a cool option.
Jaffa – The New Luxury
Beit Eshel Street 5 | Mid Range | Boutique | Atlas | $$
Situated on Beit Eshel Street next to the Jaffa Clock Tower and Flea Market, the Market House Hotel contains the archeological remains of a Byzantine Chapel which can be viewed by guests through the glass floor of the lobby. Influenced by the unique spirit of Jaffa and the lively market atmosphere, the hotel design features works of art that express the magical feeling of the city. The hotel boasts 44 rooms, many with balconies overlooking the market’s surroundings.
Amiad 13 | Hostel | $
A great location just near the Jaffa flea market and 400m from the beach, the Old Jaffa Hostel has a communal kitchen and a rooftop terrace.
Ben Tsvi 47 | Hostel | $
Another Secret Tel Aviv favourite. Hostel Overstay is located in Jaffa (about 1 km from Jaffa Market, 1.4 km from the beach, and 2.3 km from the central bus station), but it definitely has a special atmosphere. It has a rooftop bar which often hosts parties, a communal indoor lounge, swimming pool, free wifi, breakfast, and awesome people.
South Tel Aviv
Hipsters are welcome.
Perets St 1 | Mid Range | Boutique | $$
Located in South Tel Aviv, Kalvin Boutique Hotel Tel-Aviv features accommodations with private balconies. Also enjoy a shared kitchen and lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge.
Florentin St 6 | Hostel | $
One of the most fascinating neighborhoods in the world, Florentin is a rare gem placed in the heart of Tel Aviv. Once your shoes hit the streets, you can’t miss that special vibe that flows through the bars, galleries, the small workshops and designer stores, and especially through and from the locals. Florentin House offers a different experience from other, regular hotels. It aims to deliver the unrefined and authentic spirit of Florentin, alongside a clean, functional and aesthetic vision.
Simtat Beit HaBad 3 | Hostel | $
Welcome to Rena’s House – A House with a story, A History, and A vision. The House was originally built for the textile industry, but as the times changed, so did the house. The old textile factories turned into uniquely designed short term apartments, The old shops turned into Artist’s studios, A restaurant and a live music venue opened. We created a rich urban climate that will allow locals and tourists to meet and interact, that fosters local creation and art.
Elifelet 10 | Hostel | $
Florentine Backpackers Hostel is definitely one of Secret Tel Aviv’s favourites. Located in trendy Florentine, an area with great bars and restaurants, the hostel has a good sized communal area, excellent breakfast, free wifi, good fellow travellers, and a great price tag.
Find the perfect hotel in the perfect location!
This guide is part of our series of Best Hotel Guides in Israel. Also check out our guides for Best Hotels in Israel, Best Hotels in Jerusalem, Best Hotels in the Dead Sea, Best Hotels in Eilat; for those looking for boutique hotels we have guides for the Best Boutique Hotels in Israel and Best Boutique Hotels in Tel Aviv; and for those traveling in a budget, we have guides for the Best Hostels in Israel and Best Hostels in Tel Aviv.