The Best Budget-Friendly Hotels in Tel Aviv, Israel
The White House Hotel in Tel Aviv is a great choice if you fancy a budget-friendly boutique hotel | Courtesy of The White House Hotel / Expedia
With its booming restaurant scene, upmarket nightlife and unmissable markets, there’s plenty to splash the cash on when visiting vibrant Tel Aviv. Make your money go further by staying at one of the excellent budget hotels in the city, where cafe breakfasts, free bike hire and even complimentary happy hours come as a bonus. Then, you can get on with enjoying the beaches and bars Tel Aviv has to offer without worrying about your budget. Read on, and book your stay with Culture Trip.
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Don’t think you’ll be stuck out in the sticks just because you don’t want to fork out for a big-name hotel. Hotel 75, on Allenby Street, couldn’t be closer to the best nightclubs, bars and beaches in town and is also opposite the Nahalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall. Rooms are colourful and comfortable and have free wifi, air conditioning and flat-screen TVs. Breakfast is served at one of three local cafes, as is typical in Tel Aviv.
3.6/5 (274 Reviews)
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Soak up local life at this simple, cosy hotel in the Yemenite Quarter, around half a kilometre (0.3mi) from the city centre. Camel Market is a short walk away and the beach just a 5-minute stroll. Breakfast is not included, but there’s no shortage of fantastic cafes close by. Make sure to spend some serious time on the dreamy rooftop patio, where sun loungers piled high with brightly coloured cushions gaze out over the Tel Aviv skyline.
The White House Hotel
Boutique Hotel, Budget Hotel
4.1/5 (108 Reviews)
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Fancy the style of a boutique hotel without the final bill? This affordable property is set in a Bauhaus-style building typical of Tel Aviv on Dizengoff Square, a short walk from the beach. Inside, it’s a tasteful riot of colour, with splashes of vivid mustard, lime and yellow, bright artwork and feature walls. Choose a room with a balcony to watch the hustle and bustle below, or plump for the deluxe suite with a kitchenette if you’d like to cut costs further and prepare meals at the hotel.
Arbel Suites Hotel
4.6/5 (345 Reviews)
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You’ll feel like you have your own apartment in central Tel Aviv when you check into this top-rated spot just off Dizengoff Street in central Tel Aviv. Rooms are large, and even the basic studio has its own kitchenette, mini-bar, safe, rain shower and Dead Sea soaps. For even more room, choose the studio with its huge private terrace or the one-bedroom suite, which can accommodate a family of four. The hotel also offers private parking (reservations must be made), free coffee at reception 24-hours a day and even complimentary bicycle hire.
3.8/5 (145 Reviews)
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Sightseers will be spoilt for choice when they stay at this affordable hotel in the Old North neighbourhood. It’s an easy walk to some of the top attractions in Tel Aviv, including Metsitsim Beach, the Old Port and Dizengoff Street. Smart, modern rooms have a mini-fridge, a coffee maker and a safe and face Yarkon Street and have fantastic views of the sea, the port and the beach. Ask for a room on the side facing east if you prefer a quieter option.
De La Mer Hotel
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Life in Tel Aviv is geared towards the beach, so it’s a good idea to stay as close as you possibly can to the golden sands. This three-star property is steps away from Gordon Beach, so you can cool off in the sea after a day of sticky sightseeing or just watch the waves from the hotel’s sun-soaked terrace. Dizengoff Street, the Yemenite Quarter and Camel Market are also nearby, and breakfast and all-day tea and coffee are included in the price.
Dave Levinsky – Son of a Brown
4.4/5 (237 Reviews)
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If you’re searching for sleek minimalism, look away now. Super-trendy Dave Levinsky is an affordable boutique property inspired by lively Levinsky Market and is designed to stand out. Expect pink walls, patterned wallpaper, a reception desk in an old-school lift, retro furniture and table football. If you want to mingle, head up to the show-stopping roof terrace, which has a Jacuzzi, sun loungers and a bar that hosts regular DJ nights.
Muse Hotel – Adults Only
Budget Hotel, Boutique Hotel
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No need to head to a gallery to get your art fix in Tel Aviv. This small but perfectly formed boutique property, for adults-only, is dedicated to supporting local artists, with ever-changing work from them all over the hotel. Elsewhere, life revolves around the urban-styled lobby with its high ceilings, co-working spaces and seasonal menu. Rooms are top-notch, too, with Nespresso machines, branded beauty products and stunning city views.
A23 Boutique Hotel
4.6/5 (227 Reviews)
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A boutique hotel with Italian flair, this sophisticated retreat is dedicated to la dolce vita. Rooms are simple and elegant, with an espresso machine, pastel-coloured soft furnishings, organic toiletries and a walk-in marble rainforest shower. Downstairs, there’s free bike hire, a spa for massages, a chic brasserie with an outdoor terrace and a peaceful secret garden, where guests can enjoy the daily complimentary happy hour.
Market House – An Atlas Boutique Hotel
4.8/5 (251 Reviews)
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History buffs could not be in a better spot than at the Market House on Beit Eshel Street. The hotel, located right next to the Jaffa Clock Tower and flea market, even has its very own archaeological ruins of a Byzantine chapel that can be viewed through the glass floor in the lobby. There are also 44 charming rooms, including some with balconies, free bike rental, a complimentary happy hour and a delicious buffet breakfast.
These recommendations were updated on April 29, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.