The Top Five Luxury Hotels in Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel. Its location on the Mediterranean coast makes it a hotspot for tourists. There are plenty of things to see and do in this interesting city, including the Israel National Trail, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Jaffa Port, Apollonia National Park, and Ramat Gan Safari. If you are visiting this city, then your choice of accommodation will make a significant difference to the enjoyment of your stay. Here are five of the best luxury hotels in Tel Aviv.

White Villa Tel Aviv

White Villa Tel Aviv is a boutique hotel in a restored 1948 villa that was inspired by Le Corbusier. The location is perfect who want to get away from the tourist hotspots as it is on a quiet, tree-lined thoroughfare that is just a short walk from the beach and is close to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The decor of the rooms is contemporary with modern facilities, including smart televisions, rainfall showers, free W-Fi, designer toiletries, and drinks-making facilities. If you choose to upgrade your room, then you can enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows, sitting areas, and either a patio or a garden. A delightful breakfast is served in the lounge area. There is also a bar, a terrace, and a gym.

Shenkin Hotel

This boutique hotel is located in the White City district and is close to the Culture Palace concert hall. It is also just a short drive from the airport, so it is ideal for those who prefer to arrive at their hotel quickly. The comfortable, air-conditioned rooms are bright and minimalist while offering modern amenities, such as free Wi-Fi, smart televisions, rainfall showers, Egyptian cotton linens, free-standing tubs, luxurious bathrooms, wooden floors, and drinks-making facilities. Other facilities for the use of guests include a rooftop lounge, hanging swings, a garden patio, and a spa. Guests can enjoy their complimentary breakfast on the rooftop lounge, in the dining room or on the garden patio. Room service is also available to guests.

The Norman

Although this is one of the most expensive hotels in Tel Aviv, it is also one of the most luxurious and this makes it worthwhile paying a premium price as the experience of staying in this hotel means you will have a memorable vacation. The hotel consists of a pair of 1920s-style building with modern and airy rooms. Guests can enjoy a range of facilities in their rooms including a minibar, a flat-screen television, and free Wi-Fi. Those who upgrade can also enjoy the rainfall showers, living rooms, balconies, wet bars, dining tables, and a soaking tub. The Norman has a French Mediterranean restaurant, and this is where guests eat their complimentary breakfast. There is also a Japanese tapas eatery and a 1940s-style bar. Other facilities available to guests include a rooftop infinity pool, a spa, and a gym.

Hotel Montefiore

Guests can enjoy the personal touch at the Hotel Montefiore as this 1920s hotel has just 12 rooms. The interior has a sleek design and the boasts original artwork from emerging artists. The features of the rooms and the in-room facilities available include balconies, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, flat-screen televisions, marble bathrooms, 24-hour room service, minibars, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. The hotel has its own upscale restaurant where guests can enjoy their breakfast or an evening meal. Other features of this hotel include massages, beauty services, an exercise room, and a lobby library. It is close to a number of major attractions, including the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Cameri Theater.

CUCU Hotel

This eclectic boutique hotel is best described as quirky and whimsical. The colourful rooms have a great vibe and include a range of amenities, including rainfall showers, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, and flat-screen televisions. Many of the rooms also boast either a garden or a balcony. If you upgrade to a suite, there is a sitting area, hammock swings, and Nespresso machines. The breakfast is complimentary and is served either in the casual restaurant of the hotel or in the furnished garden area. Guests can also enjoy the 24-hour room service and the hotel’s spa. CUCU Hotel is just a short walk from Frishman Beach and a short drive to Yarkon Park and Ramat Gan Safari.


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