Last updated September 17th 2022
Hostels are an affordable way to stay in Tel Aviv, and also a great place to meet new people. A bed in a dorm costs on average $40 per night, and a private room for couples costs on average $150 per night.
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Levontin 21, Central Tel Aviv | $
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv is a super-fun hostel based in Central Tel Aviv, a 1 minute walk from Rothschild Boulevard. It is the biggest hostel in Tel Aviv, with over 350 beds in dormitories and private rooms. It also has great social areas, with a huge lounge and bar which regularly hosts awesome events and even concerts, a rooftop with a bar, a TV room, and even an art gallery! Abraham Tours offers affordable tours throughout the country, you can check them out on the Secret Tel Aviv website. Read more.
Port Tel Aviv, Beach | $
Spot Hostel is a big hostel located in the port area in the North of Tel Aviv. It’s a 5 minute walk to the beach and a 10 minute walk to the beautiful Hayarkon Park. They have traditional dormitories and private rooms, and even pods for people travelling on their own. They also have great communal spaces, including a kitchen, a lounge and bar area, and a co-working space. Read more.
Shenkar Street 2, Beach | $
With an amazing location, affordable prices, and an incredible roof, Selina Tel Aviv Beach is a great option for budget travellers in Tel Aviv! Opened in 2022 and part of the Selina chain of global hotels/hostels, the Selina Tel Aviv Beach offers several different types of room – from hostel style dorms to nicely sized private rooms (the Standard +). The location is great, 2 minutes from the beach, a short walk to the beautiful Neve Tzedek, and 15 minutes from Rothschild Boulevard to the East and Jaffa to the South. Social activity centers around the roof, with sun loungers, paddling pools to cool off, a bar, and amazing events most nights of the week! Read more.
Shvil HaAtad 5, Neve Tzedek | $
Located in the beautiful Neve Tzedek, Selina’s hostel hotel offers a range of rooms, from dormitories to comfortable private rooms. As well as Neve Tzedek, it’s a short walk to hipster Florentine, Rothschild Avenue, and Jaffa. The beach is about a 15 minute walk away. The hostel also includes a co-working space and a great little cafe. Read more.
Florentin St 6, South Tel Aviv | $
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. Read more.
Simtat Beit HaBad 3, South Tel Aviv | $
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. Read more.
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 Tel Aviv, 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.