Hotel guests in Tel Aviv can spend a day in Old Jaffa and walk through historic ruins to view centuries-old artifacts dating back to the Bronze Age. Then, take home a piece of this artistic tradition in a delicately filigreed piece of sterling silver handcrafted by one of the city’s eighth-generation Yemenite silversmiths.
With the navy blue waters of the Mediterranean near our hotels, Tel Aviv itineraries should include a beach visit. Shops and restaurants line the coast and are easily accessible from the miles of paved promenade that parallels the coastline, making walking or biking one of the best ways to see the city and its strikingly beautiful residents. In spite of its Zionist beginnings, edgy fashion, fit bodies and how much you see of both may surprise you.
Guests of our Tel Aviv hotels can buy an original design from one of the many shops on Dizengoff Street, the main artery of the city and a hub of Tel Aviv’s legendary nightlife. And when you’re hungry for local food, you can start with a simple Israeli favorite, such as falafel and hummus, or branch out to try ethnic dishes inspired by Eastern European, Middle Eastern and Jewish cuisine.