The most prestigious hotels in Tel Aviv
Between walks by the sea, visits to museums, discovery of the historic district of Jaffa and outings to trendy clubs, there is no time to get bored in the sublime city of Israel, nicknamed “the bubble”. Between the skyscrapers of the economic district and the small shops preparing traditional delicacies, discover the most prestigious luxury hotels in Tel Aviv.
The Jaffa, a Luxury Collection, Tel Aviv hotel is 1.6 km from the Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre in Neve Tzedek and 2 km from Independence Hall Museum. Tel Aviv David Ben Gurion International Airport is 22 km away.
Featuring an outdoor pool, spa, sauna and gym, the hotel also offers a bicycle rental service and a buffet breakfast each morning. The air-conditioned rooms with terrace or balcony include a flat-screen satellite TV and a private bathroom with shower.
The Drisco Hotel
In this hotel, built in 1866 by the Drisco brothers, who came from America with 40 other families to prepare for the return of Jesus Christ to the Holy Land, travellers will be fully immersed in the history of Tel Aviv. It soon became one of the best hotels in Tel Aviv, under the name of Jerusalem Hotel.
Now it is part of the city’s heritage with 42 rooms and suites, each more beautiful than the last. Egyptian bedding, Carrara marble bathrooms, top of the range facilities and modern Israeli cuisine with the George & John restaurant.
The Royal Beach Hotel
Located on the Tayelet promenade between HaYarkon and Herbert Samuel Streets, the Royal Beach Hotel Tel Aviv by Isrotel Exclusive Collection is just 500 metres from Carmel Market and Nahalat Binyamin Street.
The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, a bar and restaurant, a spa and wellness area, an executive lounge and a gym. All rooms are furnished to a high standard and include a luxurious bathroom with complimentary toiletries, desk, LCD TV with Israeli and international channels, minibar and seating area.
For dining, the West Side’s gourmet kosher restaurant serves fish and meat dishes. A full Israeli buffet breakfast is served each morning, including pastries, bread, fish dishes, eggs and a selection of hot and cold drinks. The lobby bar offers kosher food and drinks.
The modern luxury hotel also offers meeting and banquet facilities, as well as car rental and shuttle services.
The Norman Tel Aviv
This luxurious hotel clearly breaks with the traditional codes of classic luxury hotel chains. The hotel has 50 rooms and suites in two magnificent 1920s buildings in the chic Boulevard Rothschild district. Each room has been carefully decorated.
High-end facilities such as a rooftop pool, private garden and in-room concierge, chauffeur and private chef services make it one of the best hotels in Tel Aviv. It was voted the best boutique hotel in the world by Jetsetter magazine in 2015.
The Vista At Hilton
The Vista At Hilton Tel Aviv offers a year-round outdoor pool, spa, sauna, gym, bar and restaurant, as well as private parking on site.
In the rooms, guests enjoy a flat-screen satellite TV, some with a seating area and a view of the sea or pool.
The en suite bathroom offers a bathtub, as well as slippers, bathrobes and free toiletries for your comfort.
The Cramim by Isrotel
Set amidst vineyards in a peaceful countryside location, the Cramim by Isrotel Exclusive Collection boasts a 3,000 m² spa with indoor and outdoor pools, a sauna and 23 treatment rooms.
Travellers will also be pleased to refresh themselves at the elegant wine bar, which offers tapas and wine tastings. The à la carte Shiraz restaurant offers a variety of local and international specialities, while the lobby café bar offers cakes, pastries and coffee.
The Cramim’s elegant rooms have private balconies with views of the Jerusalem mountains. All rooms have air conditioning, a minibar and a flat-screen cable TV.
The Hôtel Casa Nova
Both a boutique hotel and the best hotel in town, it was originally built in 1654 by Franciscan monks who welcomed pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem. It was later owned by the Kingdom of Spain, and the current owners have transformed it into a charming boutique hotel. It is also said to have hosted Napoleon in 1799.
6 uniquely styled suites, carefully decorated with oriental colours, exposed stonework and arches, are offered by the hotel. The magnificent terrace overlooking the sea is one of the best features of this Tel Aviv hotel.
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