From a two minute jaunt over to the happening Rothschild Boulevard to breathing in the aromatic chaos of Jaffa's Flea Market, our handpicked boutique hotels are set in the heart of Tel Aviv and Jaffa's major hubs. Including specialty amenities, classic Israeli breakfasts, and the city at your doorstep, each of these hotels in Tel Aviv offers its own distinctive style sealed with a Tel Avivian stamp of approval.
The best boutique hotels in Tel Aviv
Featuring a rooftop with panoramic views, Nordoy Hotel is situated in Tel Aviv centre, a 10-minute walk from the beach. This modern hotel is set in a renovated 1920s building, and is proud to be the city's oldest hotel. Every room at this hotel is spacious and air conditioned, offering free WiFi and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some rooms include a seating area to relax in after a busy day. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. Rooms include a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes and slippers.
The Norman Tel Aviv is a luxury hotel set in the center of Tel Aviv, near the Rothschild Boulevard. It features a rooftop pool, fitness center with a wellness area, Free WiFi access is available throughout the property. Guests enjoy free shuttle service to the beach. The Norman Tel Aviv is housed in two historic buildings that are restored to their unique architectural heritage. Offering city views, each room is elegantly appointed with a flat-screen TV, desk and a seating area. Other amenities include a Nespresso machine and air conditioning. En suite bathrooms are equipped with a shower and a hairdryer.
The Atlas chain's Fabric Hotel is located in an old building that used to be a sewing workshop, a reminder of Nahalat Benjamin's past as Tel Aviv's fabric center. Denim-patterned wallpapers were chosen as the hallmark of the 43 rooms, some with a balcony, and the 21st century represents a luxurious comfort: an espresso machine and TV with Netflix, Tel Aviv-branded toiletries "maapilim", a roof for urban chillout and a brilliant culinary scene. On the entrance floor, you can find the Bushwick, an all-day bar with a menu built by Chef Aviv Avivit Priel with dishes that are anything but ordinary.
Offering a terrace with a rooftop pool and views of the city, The Poli House Hotel is located in Tel Aviv's Nachalat Benyamin Crafts Fair. The hotel has a spa centre and fitness centre, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. All units are air-conditioned and fitted with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms have a seating area where you can relax. Each comes with a private bathroom, which includes bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries. The Poli House Hotel features free WiFi in all rooms. The hotel also offers room service and free use of bicycles.
Offering a buffet restaurant and free bikes, Market House - An Atlas Boutique Hotel is located in the Old Jaffa neighborhood of Tel Aviv and provides air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi access. A sandy beach strip and a seaside promenade are 300 meters away. Rooms here provide cable TV and a desk, an electric kettle and a fridge. The private bathrooms are fitted with a bath or a shower. A city view is available from all units. At Atlas Boutique Hotel - Market House guests will find a tour desk and laundry facilities.
The Vera Hotel is the hotel that is straight out of your most luxurious Pinterest design dreams. The Vera collaborates with local designers as well as brands in order to bring in a sleek, professional, and comfortable place for the sophisticated business traveler. The urban boutique hotel is located on a quiet street off of the louder and more happening Rothschild and Allenby, providing a respite from the hustle and bustle of the heart of the city and a perfect solace from your business trip. You may choose from several different room options ranging from a garden room, classic, deluxe, and also superior.
Set in a 1920s White City building in Tel Aviv’s center, the Montefiore is a unique design hotel with a Vietnamese fusion restaurant. It offers elegant rooms with an iPod docking station and original artwork. Featuring original Bauhaus architecture, Hotel Montefiore was Tel Aviv’s first boutique hotel. It provides a relaxed, informal atmosphere and free Wi-Fi throughout. Fitted with modern furnishings, rooms have luxurious bathrooms with soft bathrobes and slippers. Each room has an LCD TV with satellite channels and a DVD player, together with a multilingual library and tea/coffee maker. An Israeli breakfast of eggs, vegetables, and cheese are served daily.
The Drisco Hotel is made up of two 150-year-old artist-renovated buildings: a wooden building and a beautiful romantic stone building. After many years of neglect, the buildings were renovated and turned into a dream boutique hotel. The rooms are different from each other because of the strict renovation but they all have the same high-quality compilation, elegant design, and an unbelievably soft bed. On the roof, you can sit for a drink in front of a panoramic view of the entire city, and the lobby presents the history of the location on a platform of up-to-date design. On the ground floor is GEORGE & JOHN's chef restaurant, by chef Tomer Tal.
The urban boutique hotel opened earlier this month. While it is still in its running stage, it will soon open to the public at reduced prices. The hotel has 34 rooms, most of which are for couples, but what really makes us want to stay there even though it's just near our houses is the secret bonus: guests enjoy free Apple TV and Netflix.
The Lily & Bloom Hotel is situated in Tel Aviv, just metres from Rothschild Street and the Independence Hall Museum. It offers a sun terrace, free WiFi and elegant rooms with a satellite flat-screen TV. Decorated in a mix of modern and traditional styling, each room at the Lily & Bloom is equipped with air conditioning, a kettle and fridge. The private bathroom includes free toiletries and a hair dryer. There is a 24-hour front desk at the property, along with a concierge service and currency exchange. Ben Gurion Airport is a 15-minute drive away.