The Best Boutique Hotels in Tel Aviv, Israel

A view of Tel Aviv's skyline from a terrace at The Jaffa Hotel
A view of Tel Aviv's skyline from a terrace at The Jaffa Hotel | Courtesy of The Jaffa, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Tel Aviv / Expedia
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4 February 2021

Basing yourself in a boutique hotel is a great way to experience Tel Aviv, which has a range of fun and interesting places to stay, from a 19th-century former French hospital by the Mediterranean to a Bauhaus-style ex-printing house within walking distance of Rothschild Boulevard. Make sure you explore Carmel Market, the bustling street of Nahalat Binyamin and chic Noga and Neve Tzedek neighbourhoods when you stay at one of these excellent hotels in Israel‘s second city.

Hotel Saul

Boutique Hotel
4.7/5 (156 Reviews)
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You are steps away from the popular Carmel Market and near some of Tel Aviv’s best beaches at Hotel Saul. The 34 rooms have modern decor and design features, such as exposed concrete and restored street lamps. You can snuggle up in hand-woven Turkish linens while sipping a Nespresso coffee before heading out to the lounge, restaurant and rooftop sundeck with views of the city skyline.

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A23 Boutique Hotel Tel Aviv

4.6/5 (227 Reviews)
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This hotel blends Italian style with Israeli service and was designed by an interior designer who previously worked in Rome’s fashion industry. A23 Boutique Hotel Tel Aviv has a bistro-bar, a spa and a cute outdoor hangout space behind the hotel called the Secret Garden. The hotel is in the heart of Tel Aviv, near the main attractions and the beach.

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The Jaffa, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Tel Aviv

4.6/5 (21 Reviews)
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This luxury hotel occupies a 19th-century former French hospital near the Mediterranean Sea and port and features an expert concierge and rooms with a minimalist vibe, custom furniture, high-end bathrooms and plenty of amenities. You can relax at the spa and pick up some lunch from Golda’s Delicatessen. Wander through the nearby port and immerse yourself in Tel Aviv’s culture and shops.

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Hotel Nordoy

Boutique Hotel
4.2/5 (84 Reviews)
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Hotel Nordoy dates back to 1925 and has been updated with modern amenities while preserving its heritage as the oldest continuously operating hotel in Tel Aviv. This makes it worth a visit even if you aren’t staying here as it is considered an important landmark, with its distinctive dome and unique style. The dome now contains the Dome Spa, and there’s a rooftop terrace with a jacuzzi which is a great chill out space.

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Fabric Hotel

Boutique Hotel
4.8/5 (278 Reviews)
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This 43-room hotel, whose industrial furniture and design contrasts with fun and colourful murals on the walls, offers free bike rental, free wifi and a free happy hour. It’s a popular spot to gather on the bustling street of Nahalat Binyamin within walking distance of Carmel Market. Bunk beds in some of the rooms come with individual TVs. The hotel’s Bushwick bar will sort you out with a coffee in the morning, cocktails in the evening and everything in between, including great food.

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The Vera

Boutique Hotel
4.8/5 (247 Reviews)
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The Vera puts locally handcrafted products, including soap, scents and wines, front and centre. From the yoga teachers to the maintenance workers, the hotel makes it a priority to hire locals. The Vera bills itself as environmentally friendly and offers plenty of extras, such as complimentary wine on tap, a rooftop sundeck, a spa, 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton linen, organic bath products and hand-woven hemp rugs.

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The Drisco Hotel

Boutique Hotel
4.8/5 (111 Reviews)
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The Drisco’s building dates back to 1866, more than four decades before Tel Aviv was established as a city. The building sat empty for years until it was renovated and transformed into a high-end, modern boutique hotel while preserving its historical value. There’s a bar and restaurant, a spa and views of the city and surrounding Noga neighbourhood from the rooftop.

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Lily and Bloom

Boutique Hotel
4.5/5 (334 Reviews)
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In the heart of the city near the popular Rothschild Boulevard, Lily and Bloom has multiple gathering places. The terrace offers a sunny sitting area with plenty of greenery, while the solarium provides views of Tel Aviv. For a drink, visit the ’30s-inspired lounge-bar. This vintage hotel also has an excellent concierge, a restaurant and laundry service. Guest rooms run from simple and clean basic options to larger deluxe rooms, with a Nespresso machine, bathrobe, slippers, complimentary drinks at the bar, a flat-screen TV and air conditioning.

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  • Hotel Montefiore

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel
    4.8/5 (44 Reviews)
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    Hotel Montefiore will take you back to the 1920s with its elegance and luxury. You’ve 12 rooms, each with their own style and featuring state-of-the-art furniture and a mini library. Whether you’re staying in or visiting, you must try the breakfast, with a mix of French and Asian specialities. With its privileged location a few steps away from Rothschild Boulevard, the Hotel Montefiore is also a great spot for drinks.
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    Alma Hotel and Lounge

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel
    4.3/5 (119 Reviews)
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    The Alma Hotel and Lounge is only a few blocks from the beach and the chic quarter of Neve Tzedek. The building dates back to 1925, when Tel Aviv was a young city, and has eclectic architecture and stained-glass windows. As well as 14 rooms and suites, the hotel offers fine dining in its restaurant. If you’re in the area and want to grab a drink, the Alma Lounge has a relaxed atmosphere and a great cocktail menu.

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    The Diaghilev

    Boutique Hotel, Apartment, Hotel
    4.6/5 (989 Reviews)
    The hotel is dotted with hundreds of original works of art, The Diaghilev, Tel Aviv
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    The Diaghilev showcases a unique selection of artworks by Israeli artists throughout the communal areas and suites. It also houses a design studio where local artists collaborate and create unique pieces to display and sell, along with a lively cafe and bar. It occupies a Bauhaus-style former printing house built in 1934 and is within a short walk of Rothschild Boulevard and around 3km (1.9mi) from the heart of downtown.

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    The Norman Tel Aviv

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel
    4.4/5 (94 Reviews)
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    The Norman Tel Aviv captures the elegance of the 1920s in the city centre. Situated in two Bauhaus buildings with both renaissance and Asian elements, the hotel has 50 rooms and suites, each with splendid views of the White City. There are two excellent restaurants on-site — Alena and Dinings. The former serves Mediterranean cuisine, while the latter offers izakaya-style Japanese tapas and modern European dishes. On the fourth floor, there’s an open-air infinity pool overlooking the city.

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    This is an updated version of an article originally written by Salomé Chemla.

    These recommendations were updated on February 4, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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