Step into the heart of the city's Old North and tune in to the energy of Dizengoff St., one of Tel Aviv's legendary boulevards, which stretches for 3km parallel to the Mediterranean coast. Jacob Samuel Hotel is located only 250 meters from Hilton Beach and provides the perfect complement to the sea and sun experience of Tel Aviv with the cultural and shopping ambience all its own.
To the South, you can reach Habima, Israel's national theater, and Bronfman Auditorium, adjacent to it. To the North, you will find the bustling Tel Aviv Port with its plethora of restaurants and shops. Steps from the hotel enjoy luxurious shopping on Dizengoff’s boutique shops and shopping centers, with fruit stands and local food outlets throughout. The entirety of Dizengoff Street invites tourists and locals to enjoy a unique cultural and entertainment area that includes dozens of cafes, restaurants of all kinds and styles, nightclubs and bars.
"Lehizdangef" (to "do Dizengoff") is a Hebrew word coined to describe the experience of Dizengoff St. – café lounging, window shopping, strolling up and down the boulevard and taking in the action and energy.



Situated just north of the Tel Aviv Marina and Hilton Beach, offering something for every beach lover, is an effortless stroll from the Jacob Samuel Hotel. Recognized as the city's beach for the gay community and with an energy all its own, makes Hilton Beach one of the best places to experience Tel Aviv's live-and-let-live vibe. Hilton Beach is also wheelchair accessible, and it even features a chair designed to enable physically challenged guests access to the sea. In addition, the on-site surfing club offers classes in various watersports activities like surfing, windsurfing and kayaking.
A short walk North along the beachfront promenade, and you reach the Tel Aviv Port, filled with activities throughout the day. Join the joggers and walkers, or rent a bicycle for exercise on the promenade, away from the traffic and urban noise. Sit at a local café, sip your espresso and enjoy the sea breeze. Watch the fishermen, enjoy some shopping, wander through the Port's upscale food market, delight in an excellent meal at one of the Port's restaurants or resto-pubs, sign up for the free tour of the Port, which takes place each Tuesday morning, or partake in free Friday morning yoga lessons. If you are lucky, your visit may coincide with one of the many festivals held at the Tel Aviv Port. Keep walking North and you will reach Hayarkon Park, one of Tel Aviv's major green areas, with a large variety of outdoor activities.