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The Norman Tel Aviv
4.5/533 Reviews

The Norman Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv City Center Tel Aviv|1.45km from The Israeli Opera
With a stay at The Norman Tel Aviv, you'll be centrally located in Tel Aviv, within a 15-minute drive of Gordon Beach and Rothschild Boulevard. This family-friendly hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Building.Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as a 24-hour fitness center, a seasonal outdoor pool, and bicycles to rent. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless internet access, concierge services, and babysitting (surcharge).Enjoy Mediterranean cuisine at Alena, one of the hotel's 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of the room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary full breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Tel Aviv? This hotel has 301 square feet (28 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and limited parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 50 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring minibars and espresso makers. 40-inch flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Dan Tel Aviv Hotel
4.1/559 Reviews

Dan Tel Aviv Hotel

Tel Aviv City Center Tel Aviv|1.65km from The Israeli Opera
I have recently had 2 short stays at both the Dan Tel Aviv and Dan Eilat hotels. These are both top of the range prestige hotels of the Dan group. I was amazed to find such a difference between these two supposedly 5 star hotels. Firstly I should point out that the cost of one night in the Dan Tel Aviv for bed and breakfast is only slightly less than 2 nights bed and breakfast plus buffet dinner and return flights by Arkia at the Dan Eilat. I think this confirms what many previous reviewers have suggested that the Dan Tel Aviv is priced too high. While on the subject of cost, it might be worthwhile noting that in the Dan Tel Aviv if you by mistake use a plastic bottle of water they charge an exorbitant price whereas the glass bottles of water are free; at the Dan Eilat the plastic bottles are free. The Dan Tel Aviv no longer provides free newspapers; the Dan Eilat does. I was very surprised that the Dan Tel Aviv has no blankets or duvets in the room. We had to request two; they only delivered one and we had to request a second one. Quality five star hotels normally have something in the rooms during the cold weather. The Dan Eilat is very well staffed compared to the Dan Tel Aviv. For instance, there were 4-5 clerks at reception at the Dan Eilat but only one at Dan Tel Aviv. Some would say that comparisons are odious but I would suggest that the comparisons I have outlined of these 2 suposedly first class hotels, the Dan Eilat is far superior to the Dan Tel Aviv.Maybe the manager of the Dan Tel Aviv should visit the Dan Eilat to see how to manage a prestige hotel efficiently.The ''Best of the best” rating for the Dan Eilat is fully warranted whereas the Dan Tel Aviv is a long way off achieving this honoured status. Years ago the Dan Tel Aviv used to offer a daily first class business lunch. They stopped offering this after a 50% increase in price killed the demand. They also used to offer a splendid Saturday lunch which they have also stopped. I sincerely hope that my review may encourage the management to follow the example of their sister hotel and improve the service and value that they offer their customers.

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Dizengoff Avenue Boutique Hotel
4.3/551 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
It is totally impossible to park your rental car in the surrounding streets. There is a rental parking some 10 minutes walking away though. The hotel is on a busy street and the windows are not isolating so even if the room is not giving to Dizengoff Avenue it will be a trial to sleep through the night, even with earplugs, at least that was the case for us. The hotel is really easy going with a happy hour with local red wines which really brings people together: we had a nice chat with Brazil, US and Israeli guests. The free coffee is delicious and you can get good pastries from the mini market across the street and eat them while reading your free NYT on the hotel terrace ! Marvelous. The easygoingness also shows in the way the rooms are kept, which is a bit on the brink but still ok. The hotel’s location is fantastic, you can reach pretty much every place in Central TA walking. No breakfast room but you get a voucher for some of the cool places in the neighborhood. We had ours in Sidewalk and recommend that.
Vital - Urban Boutique Hotel TLV
4.4/562 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
The hotel location is very good, very close to Rabin Square, about 20 minutes walk from the seaside, there is a shopping mall downstairs with supermarkets and some restaurants. Maybe it is the reason for the high season. The hotel price is too high, and it may be similar to ordinary business hotels in China.
Gia Home
4.2/57 Reviews
Stayed here with family of four (teens) and thought it was superb. Nice spacious room, very clean with good shower bathroom. Also an excellent little chilled out communal area with good kitchen facilities and free cold water dispenser. Very good Gia cafe out front with really excellent veggie lunches and coffee (10% off for guests) - lots of locals eating here. Top highlight however is the stunning rooftop terrace, especially at dusk/night with views across downtown - whack some beers in one of the many fridges (good supermarket nearby) and make the most of it. Only downside is not very central but half hour walk (via market) to beach and TA buses very efficient. Superb hostel - one of the very best.
Link Hotel & Hub by Dan Hotels
4.3/573 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
I recently stated at the Link Hotel for Business The Hotel looks really cool, and has a very relaxed atmosphere Check was great I had a Corner Room Plus, and whereas its a bit on the small side (sink is in the main room next to the bed) It was a nice room, everything laid out well and had a good coffee machine and comfortable bed There was a big 55” TV which I was able to hook up to my laptop to watch films Air Conditioning was good, but I did have a problem where it was not cooling down, I went down to reception and the very friendly lady came up to my room and check and adjusted the settings, she also offered for me to change rooms but it was midnight so I was too tired to move rooms Reception staff always very friendly and chatty, one lady in particular (I didnt catch her name) always spoke to me and always helped me if needed and even let me stay in the room for one hour after check out Positives Modern fresh Hotel, very hip and cool Excellent Location Good Rooms Excellent staff Negatives No ”traditional” breakfast option compared to other hotels nearby That's my review of the hotel, highly recommend it and will book again if I return
Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center, an IHG Hotel
4.3/5126 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
Very well located, connected to one of the airport high speed railway station. So one can easily take the train from TLV airport and walk to the reception. Connected to a shopping mall and food court. Overall therefore very high degree of convenience. Room size is excellent (we were of course upgraded), and IHG status genuinely honoured (even if you have booked through points). Our stay experience was enhanced by a gentleman called Pasha. He was omnipresent, and very helpful. When we enquired whether there’s an elevator to the station level, (my wife had a bad knee and was unable to handle steps), Pasha offered to go to the station and check! He reached our baggage in the evening and carried it back when we were checking out. He acted as the Concierge also beyond office hours. Had breakfast in the hotel and found the variety as per standards expected. Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv CC will not disappoint you. The only feedback i have is that the invoice which the receptionist promised to e mail me (she took my e mail id on a piece of paper, although it’s available as I am an IHG member), never came in.
Stylish Tel Aviv
5/53 Reviews
Tel Aviv City Center
This place is a huge surprise! The building looks old but once you walk into the apartment you fall in love 😍 We have enjoyed our stay so much! It was the closest thing to home. Orly the host is such a nice person and a truly caring host. We will be back! Rooms: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Location: 5/5 Rooms We stayed at the Spacious Loft. It’s was beautifully decorated and perfectly clean. The bed felt like it was planted in details as for the mattress type to the pillows selection. Nearby activities Sarona market and all the malls around are really nice. Safety We found Tel Aviv and it’s center to be extremely safe. Walkability The apartment is in the center of Tel Aviv and is a short walking distance from anything we needed. Food & drinks There are so many restaurants around the area :) Hotel highlights Great value

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There are 313 hotels in Tel Aviv Yafo on Trip.com, including luxury, boutique, and budget hotels. When looking for hotels in Tel Aviv Yafo, there are likely good options at a nightly budget of just 169 USD. There are 7 five-star hotels in Tel Aviv Yafo at an average price of 240 USD per night. There are 5 four-star hotels in Tel Aviv Yafo at an average price of 254 USD per night. There are 6 three-star hotels in Tel Aviv Yafo at an average price of 186 USD per night. There are 1 two-star hotels in Tel Aviv Yafo at an average price of 79 USD per night. Tel Aviv Yafo has many well-known chain hotels which are suitable for both business trips and vacations. Mercure is the most popular brand among tourists. Hotels under the Mercure brand are a good choice. Best Western Regency Suites Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Tel Aviv Yafo. If you're still unsure, Trip.com recommends Grand Beach Hotel.

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