Dance, sing and sunbathe your worries away in the financial and cultural center of Israel, Tel Aviv. With ample Mediterranean coastline to enjoy, a performing arts scene to rival any in the world, and a thriving business environment, Tel Aviv aims to please. Discover all that this always-on culture has to offer by booking into one our boutique Tel Aviv hotels for easy access to all of the hottest spots in town.
Located just South of Haifa, settlements located in Tel Aviv have functioned as a port town for over 4,000 years. It wasn’t until the early 1900s that it was built from a suburb into a main attraction. Now you’ll find a number of must-visit museums, including the Eretz Israel Museum and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, not to mention galleries nestled into trendy side streets. Head to the Museum of the Jewish Diaspora for a sobering look at the migratory and cultural history of the Jewish people, or to Old Jaffa for a glimpse of where Jonah reputedly boarded a ship before his big adventure inside a whale. Alternatively, the Neve Tzedek neighborhood is bursting with cafes and galleries, while Azriely Lookout provides pristine views of the city.
Looking for a bit of fresh air? Point your sneakers in the direction of Hakayrkon Park, the largest park in the city with six main gardens and plenty of green space to offer, as well as a river that runs directly into the Mediterranean. Of course, no visit to Tel Aviv would be complete without sneaking in at least a little beach time. Rent a bed or lounge chair, or simply spread out a towel and read on any of Tel Aviv’s 16 beaches, including the Northern and South Hatzuks, Tel Baruch Beach and Namal Tel Aviv, to name just a few. Waterparks are also a great way to cool off, especially Luna Park and Meimadyon.
The shopping scene in Tel Aviv is truly impressive, particularly in the city center at Dinzengoff and Frishman Streets. Azriely and Romat Aviv are both high quality malls stocked with major global brands. For something a little more local, head to the Carmel Market, the Flea Market, the Nahalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall, the Hatikva Market or the Farmers Market to haggle over antiques, browse handcrafted goods and taste the best of Israeli produce. Or, for something a little more heart pumping, cheer on one of three home soccer teams, including Maccabi Tel Aviv, Hapoel Tel Aviv and Bnei Yehuda.
When you feel a hunger rising, Tel Aviv is sure to please. During the daytime, stop in at any number of cafes that line the beaches for ice cream and a cool drink. Food stands are also popular here, and you’ll want to make sure you try a freshly made falafel with fries on top. While international and gourmet cuisine is widely available here, the regional fare is to die for, including a variety of eggplant dishes, flatbreads, olives, freshly caught fish and grilled haloumi cheese. While good eats are available throughout the city, Rothschild Boulevard is particularly well-serviced.
If you think Tel Aviv is bopping during the daytime, just wait until the sun goes down. Book tickets to hear the world class Philharmonic Orchestra or the New Israel Opera in action. Head to a local music club to hear acts ranging from indie bands to hard rock. Enjoy a night of theater at the Habima National Theater or the HaCameri Municipal Theater. Or step past the bouncers at the city’s many rock, dance and salsa clubs for diversions to take you well through the night.
Tel Aviv is serviced by Ben Gurion International Airport, the main airport in Israel. It also is well connected with main roads and buses, and the train service makes getting there and away a breeze.
As you gain your footing in this stimulating city, make sure to book into one of our hotels in Tel Aviv for a relaxing retreat and a taste of home. With world class amenities and staff that aims to please, staying with us is sure to help you make the most of your stay.
Indulge and rejuvenate with a visit to the Clarity Spa.
Watch city’s skyline and Mediterranean Sea from the rooftop glass swimming pool. Simply relax with a Martini and Tapas on the sun deck.
Mediterranean Tastes and flavors to be enjoyed in the hotel’s French-Mediterranean Bistro & Lounge.A place to meet with friends, family or for business meetings, in the heart of the Diamond Exchange District.
Overlooking the Mediterranean and located at Tel Aviv’s southern beachfront promenade. JUst a short walk from the Carmel Market and the 'SoHo' of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, the heartbeat of Tel Aviv. Nearby Old Jaffa boasts fascinating historical sites, markets, galleries, bars and restaurants.
Complimentary access to Holmes Place's superb Fitness Centre and indoor pool comes via Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center's private elevator. Join a yoga or pilates class or use our exclusive discount to book a face and body treatment or personal training session (age 18 and up).
Your wellbeing is our priority at Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv. Our luxurious May Spa offers a variety of massages to heal and invigorate, including traditional Chinese, Swedish and Shiatsu therapies. Book a reflexology session or rejuvenating body peel with our skilled therapists.
I needed a hotel convenient to Ben Gurion airport and this hotel is as convenient as it gets. It is 2 train stops from the airport, right next to the train station and next to a major shopping mall.[More]
The room was very nice and had a good view of Tel Aviv and was very clean and comfortable. It was what I would expect from a Crown Plaza hotel. The staff was very friendly. There is another Crown Plaza on the beach in Tel Aviv but it requires a taxi or train plus taxi to get to and from. I arrived late afternoon and had to fly out again the next morning. I prefer trains to taxis and highways, which can easily become parking lots during commute times. The train is also very cheap and costs only 16 shekel one way. There are not many hotels in that part of town, yet the hotel was run as if there was fierce competition up and down the street. It was a very pleasant experience. [Less]
What a thoughtful manager? One day we were having a casual discussion about my hotel stay and I mentioned I am having a hard time getting use to the food in Israel. We discussed what foods I[More]
Within two hours, a waiter brought me a fruit basket to my room.
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