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“Outdoor Heated Pool and Fully Equipped Health Club”“Modern conveniences and unexpected delights abound in this lovely hotel in the heart of t
Posted by: Intercontinental Jericho Jacir Palace

“In The City's Most Fashionable Neighbourhood”“InterContinental David Tel Aviv combines the magic of a beachfront promenade with the win
Posted by: InterContinental David Tel Aviv

“Contemporary Arabesque-Style Hotel”“Drift effortlessly in the Dead Sea and pamper yourself in the spa at the luxurious Holida
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“Family-Friendly Accomodations A Real Find In Tel Aviv!”Member, Gail Karp, Davenport - “If you have ever taken a family trip to Israel, i
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Said about: Addar Hotel

“Very Nice Stay”Sam, London - “We loved Addar.3 Days have been truly a Jerusalemite experi
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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Tel Aviv, Israel!

Tel Aviv, originally named Ahuzat Bayit after families founding it as a neighborhood near Jaffe, is the first modern all-Jewish city, with a splendid array of lodging accommodations. In 1910, the city became Tel Aviv (hill of spring), adopted from biblical and modern literary references. During WWI, the Turks drove away most Jewish people from both Jaffa and Tel Aviv. Yet many returned after the war. Steady growth followed, spurred by unrest in Jaffa, mostly Arab. Tel Aviv, second in size only to Jerusalem within Israel, has become the nation's cultural and business hub, with its Stock Exchange and the Diamond Exchange reigning as major institutions. A wide inventory of hotels, resorts and other lodging accommodations reflects the hospitality of Tel Aviv, which beckons with warm waters, cultural allure, fine shopping, a developing culinary scene and vibrant nightlife. For walking tours, a good place to start is Bialik Street with early architectural glimpses. The former home of David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first prime minister, remains as when he lived on what is now Ben-Gurion Boulevard. Eclectic Tel Aviv dining mirrors cosmopolitan flair with Chicago pizza, dim sum, burritos and curries alongside more traditional fare. Kosher restaurants in Tel Aviv can be tricky to find outside hotels, where mandated. Many worthy dining outposts are in Little Tel Aviv, near the old port. From outdoor flea markets to exclusive shops and modern malls, Tel Aviv also has excellent shopping. Lodging possibilities range from high-rise beach hotels with great sunset views over the Mediterranean to more sheltered inland hotels, one with a saltwater swimming pool.

We have organized our listings of Tel Aviv's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Tel Aviv area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Tel Aviv Oceanside
Most of Tel Aviv's area hotels are along the Mediterranean beach on Hayarkon Street.
·Little Tel Aviv
Hotels in the "Little Tel Aviv" area, located at the extreme north end of the Hayarkon strip.
·Tel Aviv
From a few blocks away from the beach to the city center, the city of Tel Aviv offers quite a few hotels. Includes Jaffa hotels.
Hotels located in the capital of Israel.
·Herzliya Pituach
Also known as Herzliya-on-the-Sea, hotels in this affluent resort area are located about 8 miles up the coast.

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Area Facts: Nicknamed the "city that never stops," Tel Aviv celebrated its 90th birthday in June of 1999. The international dialing code for Israel is 972. The city code for Tel Aviv is 3.

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