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The 6 Best Cheap Hotels in Tel Aviv

Armon Hayarkon in Tel Aviv, Israel
Armon Hayarkon in Tel Aviv, Israel | © Armon Hayarkon
Tel Aviv can be a tricky destination for those travelling on a budget, especially when searching for inexpensive accommodation amid the number of high-end boutique hotels. However, there are a few affordable options in the heart of the city and just steps away from the beach.

Hotel 75

Budget Hotel
Hotel 75 in Tel Aviv, Israel
Hotel 75 in Tel Aviv, Israel | Courtesy of Hotel 75 / Hotels.com
Located in the epicentre of Tel Aviv’s nightlife and culinary scene, this hotel is perfect for those looking to be right among the action. The vibrant graffiti murals at the entrance and reception serve as an introduction to the colourful design of the rooms’ interiors. Offering free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and flat-screen TVs in each room, Hotel 75 is comfortable and convenient. As is common in many hotels across Tel Aviv, breakfast is served at a nearby café.
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Galileo Hotel

Budget Hotel
Galileo Hotel in Tel Aviv, Israel
Galileo Hotel in Tel Aviv, Israel | Courtesy of Galileo Hotel / Hotels.com
Nestled in the Yemenite Quarter, AKA ‘Kerem HaTeimanim’, the hotel is just a short walk from the bustling Carmel Market and NaChalat Binyamin and a mere five-minute walk from the beach. Galileo’s modestly sized rooms and retro style make it a comfortable no-fuss place to stay. Breakfast is not included, but with so many excellent cafés and restaurants nearby, such as Cafe Yom Tov or Shlomo & Doron (for some of the best hummus in town), good food isn’t hard to find.
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The White House Hotel

Boutique Hotel, Budget Hotel
The White House Hotel
Guest room at The White House Hotel | Courtesy of The White House Hotel / Hotels.com
Located on Dizengoff Square in a Bauhaus-style building (an architectural style that characterises the city), this low-cost, boutique hotel is a great option in the centre of Tel Aviv. Featuring clean, modern rooms and a terrace for guests, it’s walking distance from the beach, buzzing bars, restaurants, boutiques and coffee shops (including Landwer café, where guests can have breakfast). To make the most of your stay, reserve a room with a private balcony and spend the morning with a coffee overlooking the square.
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Arbel Suites Hotel

Budget Hotel
Arbel Suites Hotel
Guest room at Arbel Suites Hotel | Courtesy of Arbel Suites Hotel / Hotels.com
A highly rated spot tucked away just off Dizengoff Street in the city centre, Arbel Suites Hotel is great value for money. Each of its 26 rooms is spacious, modern and clean, and features a fully quipped kitchenette. In addition to the excellent and affordable daily breakfast, guests can use the hotel’s bicycles free of charge to explore the city. With its proximity to the beach and one of the city’s most vibrant areas just a stone’s throw away, Arbel Suites Hotel is a great choice.
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Armon Hayarkon

Budget Hotel
Armon Hayarkon
Guest room at Armon Hayarkon | Courtesy of Armon Hayarkon / Hotels.com
An affordable option in the Old North neighbourhood of Tel Aviv, this hotel is a short walk from some of the city’s most popular attractions, such as the Old Port, Dizengoff Street and Metsitsim Beach. All 24 rooms are modern, clean and comfortable and come equipped with air conditioning and plasma TVs. Armon Hayarkon also offers partial views of the Mediterranean Sea and serves daily breakfast. This combined with the helpful and friendly staff, provides everything you’d expect from a good budget hotel.
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De La Mer Hotel

Budget Hotel
De La Mer Hotel
Guest room at De La Mer Hotel | Courtesy of De La Mer Hotel / Hotels.com
Just minutes from the beach, the appropriately named De La Mer Hotel offers a beautiful sea-view balcony. It is also walking distance from the lively Dizengoff Street, the enchanting Yemenite Quarter and Carmel Market, making it a superb base for those seeking to explore the city’s most vibrant areas. While the rooms could use some refurbishment, De La Mer Hotel is a comfortable establishment that boasts an excellent location, making it great value for money.
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