Within walking distance are Kaplan Street and the reconstructed Sarona, or Settlement of Templars. Or drive 20 minutes to Jaffa's maze-like alleys, where artisans are at work as you meander through the old Arab town. Its flea market has bags of personality.
Designer shops, bars, art, music and markets have revived the long-abandoned train station that connected Jaffa with Jerusalem until the 1950s. The handsomely refurbished terminal and carriages are 20 minutes from the Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center.
Only a few minutes' walking distance from the hotel, Sarona Market's colorful and enchanting area offers a unique experience.
Explore the new wave of hip back-to-back bars and boutiques or surf the Internet at a seafront table in Tel Aviv Port, 20 minutes' drive north west from your hotel. Treat yourself to outstanding langoustine and lobster at Mul Yam or coffee in Shalvata.
Dipping into the beach scene close to Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center, at its best on Fridays as Shabbat approaches, DJs pack young crowds and Brazilian drummers keep the beat at Metzitzim and Gordon-Frishman beaches, while Tel Baruch is less developed.