Tel Aviv is one of the most incredible cities in Israel. Unlike Jerusalem, which has a more classic and traditional vibe, Tel Aviv is modern and full of hipsters corners, you know? Even though it is small, the city has many walking options and neighborhoods to visit. I even talked about some regions in a post here on the site!
To enjoy the best of the city, one of the first steps is to choose a good accommodation. After all, there is nothing better than staying in a comfortable room after a long day of walking. In addition to the hotels we stayed there, I will share with you the most recommended places to stay in the city 🙂
Mendeli Street Hotel
With an incredible location and wonderful accommodation, Mendeli Street Hotel made our trip even more special. Paulo and I made a more rigorous selection until we arrived at the hotels we would stay in – Mendeli was one of the ones that pleased us most since the beginning of our research.
The rooms are not huge, but super cozy and well decorated. The hotel’s common areas are also beautiful and with a super modern design. Another positive point is that it is less than 5 minutes from the beach, so you can enjoy walking along the strip of sand or watching a beautiful sunset on the beach.
We also stayed a part of the days staying at Hotel 65 and loved the place. Just by entering the lobby you fall in love with the place, I swear! Its decoration is very modern and the most expensive rooms have huge windows that leave the environment bright, not to mention the city view.
Ah, their breakfast is just wonderful. Of those that makes you want to try several different snacks and sweets. They offer several traditional dishes from the region, meaning it is the perfect opportunity for you to sample some typical dishes from the country.
Minimalist decor has become increasingly common and White Villa has not been left out of this wave. The rooms follow a cleaner design, giving great value to the b & b. Those who like bright and simply decorated but elegant environments will love the place.
The hotel has only 18 rooms, so hurry up to book yours if you liked it. It is usually full, so be sure to ensure your accommodation as soon as possible, ok?
The Rothschild Hotel – the best of Tel Aviv
There are two hotels in the city called The Rothschild, so don’t get confused! What I selected for you is The Rothschild Hotel – Tel Aviv’s Finest. Like the White Village, it is quite small, with only 29 rooms. The fact that he is smaller makes the experience of staying with him more intimate and welcoming, things that I highly value during a trip.
I also really like the fact that they are more sustainable and support local trade. Most of the hotel’s furniture was made by local artisans who produced each piece by hand. To top it off, the hotel’s restaurant has a special menu for vegans and vegetarians, with several dishes being 100% organic!
One of the most famous boutique hotels in the city is the Hotel Montefiore, because it was one of the first of its kind to open there. It has only 12 rooms, some of which have a super cute balcony overlooking the street. As I said when I talked about White Villa, getting a room can be a very difficult task if you leave it to the last minute.
The decor of the rooms is more classic, with small, more modern elements that make all the difference. The hotel’s restaurant, with Vietnamese influences, is another aspect of the place that patrons praise most. In short, the place itself is amazing and with even better food.
In the Jaffa region, one of the busiest in the city, is the charming Margosa Hotel. Virtually all his accommodations are super spacious, perfect for those who don’t like very tight rooms. In addition, the decoration of the space leaves the atmosphere warm and pleasant. His location is one of the main differentials of the place – if you want to know more about Jaffa just read the post with the most interesting neighborhoods in the city.
The Cucu Hotel is perfect for younger people who are going to visit the city or for adults who enjoy very relaxed environments and fun decorations. The design of the hotel is super modern and authentic, making the place even more charming and welcoming.
It is located 10 minutes from the beach and close to several restaurants, bars and shops. As it is located in the city center, it is ideal for those who value staying in more bustling regions and close to commerce. The area is home to several incredible restaurants, bars and shops.
Lily & Bloom Hotel
The name of the Lily & Bloom Hotel was inspired by the street where it is located, Lilienblum Street. It is known to city dwellers for being a pleasant region to stroll and stop at one of its cafes to rest. I love areas in this style, because you have the opportunity to walk around the neighborhood and see super traditional and local places.
The building where the hotel was established was built in the 1930s, where one of the oldest banks in the city operated. The design of the rooms is very simple, but super modern. Their breakfast is also highly praised, as it is the typical Israeli coffee.
The Vera’s 39 rooms are super modern and well equipped. It is one of the newest boutique hotels in the city, but it is already a favorite of many tourists who travel around the region. Some walls in the rooms are even burnt cement, which is one of my favorite decorating styles.
The hotel’s terrace is also a delight, with a few chairs and tables scattered around the room for those who want to stay there for a while. It is also close to several beaches, so it is a good one for those who want to enjoy this part of the city more.
Tel Aviv has always been one of the places that Paulo and I dreamed of visiting. After visiting the city, I can say that it was everything I expected and more. She is passionate and, if you plan to go there or are already booked, you can be sure that she will surprise you 😉