Deuxième plus grande ville d'Israël après Jérusalem, Tel Aviv est, contrairement à sa grande sœur conservatrice et religieuse, une ville jeune et dynamique, dotée de nombreux clubs, bars et lieux branchés. Elle est par ailleurs surnommée « la ville qui ne dort jamais ».
Ville cosmopolite, Tel Aviv est devenu le foyer de la communauté gay du Moyen-Orient. En effet, alors qu'elle est réprimée dans la région, cette communauté vit de manière libre à Tel Aviv, comme en témoigne sa Gay Pride ou son festival du film international gay.
Une plage de sable blanc longe la ville et offre un bon nombre d'activités nautiques. Elle est dotée d'une magnifique marina.
Hôtels à Tel Aviv, pour un séjour agréable
La ville possède également de nombreux atouts culturels. En effet, de nombreuses galeries et autres musées parsèment la ville et feront le bonheur des passionnés d'histoire et d'art. La Ville Blanche et son architecture unique représente également une étape incontournable lors d'un séjour à Tel Aviv. Parmi nos hôtels à Tel Aviv, une suite à l'InterContinental David Tel Aviv, un hôtel cinq étoiles, vous assure un séjour au confort inégalable.
Le Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv est lui situé en bordure de plage, à proximité des boutiques et des boîtes de nuit.
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Great vibe in that area! Easy to leave bags and retrieve later that day, before late night flight.[Moins]
Nice hotel in the diamond district. Location is a short walk to the train station and also has a lot of food options nearby. Rooftop pool was cool. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast had[Plus] a large selection and was tasty. I would recommend this hotel. Only con is some rooms might be a little small to your preference. Price is decently affordable, however.[Moins]
Perfect location with Salon/barber, authentic Israeli eats/cafes, bar, grocers & bodega right on the block. Downtown's only a couple blocks over though don't let that deter you, as experiencing[Plus] Ramat Gan and the Diamond District was just as exciting if youre the type to want to have a plethora of options for shopping/dining/exploring while having a bit more of elbow room to do so. I know about maybe 3 Yiddish words, lol, though everyone spoke English quite well and found All welcoming. Should you got to Jerusalem/beach/etc the nearby train station links to every other part of the are. I never get the breakfast options, though I did here and didnt regret it. Capaciois rooms & dope lobby books with a rooftop pool to welcome me back from the heatwave.[Moins]
Staff and accommodations were great
Hotel staff were very accommodating. Helped me with my flight info. Spa and massage were great. Restaurant menu was limited, but understanding because of the war.[Moins]
Very nice hotel with fantastic staff
David Intercontinental Hotel is an upscale hotel, with great service and amenities.
The rooms were clean and well appointed. The overall facility is very nicely done.
The biggest thing though is[Plus] the staff. The are extremely friendly and helpful.[Moins]
Great place upscale place to stay at a great value and centrally located[Moins]
Location is attached to a mall and HaShalom train station. Provides shuttle to the beach. Excellent services. Recommend variety fresh bake from bakery daily please.[Moins]
Great Staff, Good Location, Reasonable Breakfast
We stayed here as we could catch the train from the airport to HaShalom Station. The hotel is a short walk from there, but can be difficult to find as it's not well signposted.
The staff are very[Plus] good and friendly. The staff we especially compliment are Irakly in reception and Medea and Paloma in the restaurant.
The hotel is close to Sarona Market, which has numerous food and drink options.
There is also access to the gym within the building.
The only real negative was that the lifts seem to have a mind of their own at times.[Moins]
Well connected to Tel Aviv and Israel
This is my first choice hotel when I have work in Israel. It is adjacent to a major highway, a big train station, and is a short walk to the Sarona Market and Tel Aviv museum of Art. The gym is[Plus] fantastic as it is shared with a health club in the building. Food and services are also in the Azrieli mall just in the next tower. A secure location with a doorman makes me feel safe.[Moins]