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Tel Aviv

Concierge Photo
Ronen Alkalai
Chief Concierge and President of the 'Les Clefs d'Or' Israel

Insider Tips


What to wear

Most of Israel is Westernized and in Tel Aviv, you are more likely to be overdressed than underdressed. Orthodox Judaism requires both men and women to substantially cover their bodies. Orthodox men wear a kippah (head cover) and orthodox women have their collar bones, elbows, legs and knees covered. When visiting synagogues or other religious sites, be conscious that entry will normally not be permitted to those with exposed legs (i.e. wearing shorts or short skirts) and to women with exposed upper arms. Carry a wrap or bring a change of clothes and keep in mind that men should cover their heads while inside the synagogue.
A warm Israeli welcome awaits you at your home in the ‘SoHo’ of Tel Aviv. Ideally located between the city’s main cultural centers, Neve Tzedek, the beach, and Old Jaffa, the David InterContinental offers the perfect starting point to exploring the city. Spend the day experiencing Tel Aviv like a local and return to the serenity of the David InterContinental boasting the best of Israeli hospitality.

Guest Reviews

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  • Restaurant & Lounges

    Jaffa Court, a buffet with international selections. Aubergine, the fine dining gourmet restaurant serves a variety of á la carte options. The Atri...
  • Amenities & Services

    Enjoy the spacious outdoor swimming pool with sun deck and pool bar (seasonal). For relaxation or recreation, we offer a brand new state-of-the-art...

    There's always something special happening at an InterContinental hotel. Whether you are looking for a fun-filled getaway or a place to host your n...

InterContinental David Tel Aviv

  • 12 Kaufman Street
  • Tel Aviv , 61501
  • Israel
  • Front Desk +972-3-7951111

  • Driving Directions
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Languages spoken by staff

Arabic, Czech, German, Greek, English, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Italian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian

Pet Policy

No pets allowed except for guide dogs.
  • Local Time

    11:56 PM
    • CHECK-IN

      2:00 PM

      12:00 PM Late Check out Available
    • Evening Reception Desk Open


    • US Dollar $ (USD)


    • Service animals allowed
    • 10 Room(s) with Accessibility Standards
    • Parking
    Guest Reviews
    Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 306 reviewers.
    Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor hotel in Tel Aviv Check in was a nightmare. Rooms promised were not provided. One room was a disgrace. Dirty, shabby and in need of urgent modernisation. We were moved to another room the following day which was a bit better. Check out was terrible. They couldn't change the invoice to my company name even though we asked this to be done the day before. Total inefficiency of staff or systems? One of the staff was moody, and made out it was our fault for changing the invoice. Terribel hotel - DO NOT STAY there if you can possible help it. Such a shame because we have stayed in other Intercontinental many times. The last one being Toronto which was absolutely excellent. 21 April 2015
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good service already made comments. Would stay at this hotel again. Suggest using another description for Premium grade rooms, as theses rooms are not large enough. 20 April 2015
    Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great hotel for people who want to pay the price No question that this hotel is very prestigious and has the price to proove this. The (breakfast) staff seemed to be the same "cheap" staff you get everywhere ususally without proper training. The breakfast area was cleaned often, bowls and silver ware where not. I found, more than once, foodrests on the bowls and silver ware. I expect a lot more from a hotel in this category. At dinner the staff didn't know what decaffinated coffee is. Is it really that unusual? Finally found someone that understood the request. The buffet was $55/person and included one bottle of water for 4 people. Rooms are great but still have parts that show there is room for improvement. The toilet paper holder was part metal and the roll holder plastic. The nobs that hold the roll in the metal was shaved off and fell to the floor. It was fixed but should not have happened in the first place. There was no possibility to open a window in the guest room which I think would be nice since there was no balkony. 20 April 2015
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