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Where to stay in Tel Aviv • Hotels

Time Out Israel’s insider guide to where to stay in Tel Aviv – find the best hotels in the city for the perfect Mediterranean city break

Brown Hotel, Tel Aviv, Israel

Things to do in Tel Aviv: Check in with the celebs at the Brown TLV Urban Hotel

Editor’s picks • Where to say in Tel Aviv

The Rothschild 71, Tel Aviv, Israel

An oasis of calm at The Rothschild 71

Arty

ArtPlus Hotel
End your busy day with a stay at the Artplus Hotel, just steps away from Tel Aviv’s Frishman beach. The 62-room hotel is dedicated to Israeli art. Five local artists were commissioned to create murals for each floor and various changing exhibitions grace the in-house collection. The library is full of art books and guests can enjoy complementary refreshments and snacks. Sign up for a special breakfast and an art tour of the hotel for an extra dose of Tel Avivim culture.
35 Ben Yehuda Street. +972 3 542 55 55.

Hip

Brown TLV Urban Hotel
Part of the Design Hotels group, this is one of hippest hotels in Tel Aviv. The living room entry space offers a range of inspiring books, coffee, treats and various seating options. And don’t be surprised if you happen to catch a glimpse of celebrities checking in – the likes of Homeland star Claire Danes, Hannibal actor Hugh Dancy, Israeli model/actress Sandy Bar and Israeli TV personality Leon Rosenberg have all stayed there in the past.
25 Kalisher Street. +972 3 717 02 00.

High-end

The Rothschild 71
Housed in one of Tel Aviv’s original infirmaries, the new Rothschild Hotel is a quiet haven set back from the hustle and bustle of one of the city’s most action-packed streets. The carefully renovated former Bauhaus building has hosted diplomats, billionaires, famous international writers, athletes, artists and singers.
71 Rothschild Blvd. +972 54 440 35 55.

 

 


Salon, Tel Aviv

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