Tel Aviv is a popular tourist destination because of its history, culture, and the nice beaches and night life. It is also an entry point to go to nearby tourist spots such as the Dead Sea, Jerusalem, and to do the Holy Land tour. It is an underrated tourist destination compared to other cities in the Mediterranean but it still has a lot to offer. There are many hotels in TLV and since TLV is a small city, so any hotel you choose can be reached by taxi within 10 to 15 minutes or by bicycle within 30 minutes.
There is no such thing as “best place” or “best area” to stay in TLV. It all depends on what you are looking for.
The biggest hotels can be found at the beach strip or Tayelet but there are also suite hotels and boutique hotels in the area. This is for those who want a view of the beach or who want to stay by the beach.
If you want to explore cafes, boulevard, nightlife, and marvel in the architecture of TLV, it’s best to stay at the heart of the city. There are no big hotels in this area but there are a lot of boutique hotels.
Jaffa is recommended for those who are after a historic ambience yet want to enjoy small cafes, older buildings, flea markets, and
TLV port is great for those who want a taste of local food by the sea. It has nice beaches and good quality restaurants.
Florentin is the hip area of the city where you can find uniquely themed bars, bold cafes, and street art. This area is more peaceful and has budget hotels or hostels.
There are a lot of hotels in TLV. Aside from the location of the hotels, also consider the comfort, style, and the way the personnel treat you which you can find out by checking out reviews of the hotels.