Hit the Beach, and get the best views during your stay with the Best Hotels! 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. Whether you’re looking for five-star luxury, the coolest hostels, or anything in between, this guide has got you covered!
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Hayarkon 205 | Swimming Pool | Luxury | Tower | Hilton | $$$$$
A great hotel for executive travel. The location is ideal, next to the beach, the reception is efficient and professional, the rooms are spacious and well-furnished, each with a balcony, the breakfast buffet is huge and there are five kosher restaurants, and the pool is a great place to sunbathe and meet new people. The hotel has 560 rooms, and the top two floors have access to an exclusive Executive Lounge.
The hotel’s clientele is usually a mix of businessmen, or families from France, America, Russia, and the rest of Europe. The hotel also regularly hosts conferences and weddings.
Hayarkon 205 | Swimming Pool | Luxury | Tower | Dan | $$$$$
The Dan Tel Aviv Hotel was the first luxury hotel to be built in Tel Aviv, and continues to reflect the dynamic lifestyle of the city that never sleeps. Long regarded as the Tel Aviv hotel of choice, the Dan Tel Aviv offers sea-facing or city view guestrooms and suites that embody the highest standards of luxury and service.
Yehezkel Kaufmann 12 | Swimming Pool | Luxury | Tower | Intercontinental | $$$
One of Tel Aviv’s better mega-hotels, the David InterContinental is on the South of the hotel beach strip, just next to Neve Tsedek. It is great for families – with large well-furnished rooms, professional staff, kosher restaurants, and a large swimming pool!
Ha-Yarkon 19 | Swimming Pool | Luxury | Tower | Isrotel | $$$
If you’re looking for a getaway where you’re truly treated like a king, book a room at the Royal Beach Hotel located right on the beautiful beaches of Tel Aviv. Of course such a luxurious hotel does not come cheap, but if you’re coming to be pampered and leave refreshed and with a golden tan, this is the hottest place in Tel Aviv to stay. The facilities at the Royal Beach Hotel will make you never want to step out of the room and explore the city. The amenities don’t stop at just the comfortable beds and beautifully done bathrooms; just wait until you check out the magnificent pool and spa on the fourth floor.
Hayarkon Street 216 | Mid Range | Boutique | Atlas | $$$
Enjoy the cool breeze and beautiful sunsets in the heart of the city, overlooking the Tel Aviv beach. The Shalom Hotel and Relax offers 51 rooms designed to pamper guests that want to enjoy the resort atmosphere of Tel Aviv. The rooms have sea or city views, with three levels of rooms – standard double, superior double, and for the romantic the superior double with private spa bath – an indulgent hot tub facing the magnificent view.
HaYarkon Street 220 | Mid Range | Boutique | Atlas | $$$
Steps from Tel Aviv’s beach shore, near the greenery of Independence Park and the bustle of Ben Yehuda and Hayarkon streets, is the Melody – a hotel which encompasses its philosophy of “Work & Play.” Providing fine business facilities, an inviting lobby lounge, a delicious buffet breakfast and happy hour bites, guests will be swept along with the melodic charm that is unique to this hotel.
Mendeli Street 5 | Mid Range | Boutique | $$
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.
There are also lots of great options in Jaffa only a few minutes walk from the beach – check out our Best Hotels in Jaffa Guide.
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.