x The average starting price for a place to stay in Tel Aviv is £96 per night.
10, Elifelet StreetAwesome 89%
aggro One of the best hostels I've stayed at! Great location close to the beach and Old Jaffa. The staff were very friendly and inviting, the hostel is clean and comfortable and the rooftop terrace is excellent! Stay here, you won't be disappointed!
schultheissmike Nice room with all facilities and a fully equipped kitchen. 10 minutes walk to the beach. But careful: The Resort is not in Tel Aviv! It is about 50 km north in annother town.
tp1026 A good place to stay, especially the big and clean kitchen with storage facilities and the close location next to the seaside are valuable.
19 Montefiore StreetGreat 83%
netter2 I found Chefhostel a great place to enjoy the unique Tel Aviv atmosphere with its beach, urban culture, fashion, bars and nightlife. The location is optimal and the management both friendly and professional. Roy Cohen knows his city/country and is happy to share all useful informations.
U-85 Great place, very friendly staff and one of the best breakfasts in Israel hostels. 6-8 min from the beach, center of TA, good transport conditions. But the main, is the atmosphere!! Feel yourself like home in the positive air of friendly relationships among guests of Gordon.
Derech Ben Tsvi 47Great 81%
nur.gherre The location is not very good although it was near to Jaffa. The room was quite small and the breakfast very very poor. The staff was nice and you have the option to rent a bike only for 10 NIS for the whole day.
39 Gordon st. ( Corner of Dizangoff st.)Great 80%
aboothman1 The Hostel is perfectly located in the middle of town and right on the beach. Unfortunately, the facility is old. Our bedroom patio door was broken. The employees were nice and helpfull, gave us good recomendations.
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