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The Best Hotels In Tel Aviv For Business Travelers, 2020

Anyone who is visiting Israel will surely not miss out on the magnetic city of Tel Aviv, which incidentally is the economic centre of the country. Its economic growth has made the city sprung up on the list of the most expensive cities in the world. Aside from economic importance, the city also stands as an important cultural ground which has been duly noted by the International media. Its White City, which houses the largest accumulation of International Style buildings, has been awarded the UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

Evidently, Tel Aviv is an important source of income for the State, and a considerable sum comes from tourism. It has been consistently ranked as one of the best cities to visit in the Middle East and in the world. While the city is known for many things, it is widely known for its party life which is internationally renowned. Also, the city has a cosmopolitan and all-encompassing atmosphere, which is evident from the fact that it is one of the most LGBT-friendly destinations.

Due to thriving tourism, the city has witnessed a remarkable growth in the establishment of luxury hotels, including those operated by leading chain of hotels in the world. Over here, you will come across branches of Carlton and InterContinental. Luxury hotels in Tel Aviv have been carefully designed and are managed in such way that guests get to enjoy the truest of the experiences possible in the city. The high-class services accompanied by regional and international repute make Tel Aviv’s luxury hotels a great option for stay.

Of course, there are many luxury hotels, and in order to enjoy the maximum, you should consider the best there are. I have listed down 10 of them for you to deliberate on.

  1. The Drisco Hotel 
    Address: Auerbach St 6, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
    The Drisco Hotel operates from a restored building featuring many handmade details many of which have cultural inspiration. Famous for hosting notable personalities such as Mark Twain, the hotel has an international reputation to preserve. There are 37 rooms and 5 suites to choose from. Not every room and suite come with a balcony space, and those wanting to get scenic ocean views will have to upgrade their choices. Its dining facility is limited, though the service offered is delectable. Other services include a fitness centre, a private piazza, and in-room spa treatments.
  2. Dan Carmel Haifa 
    Address: HaNassi Blvd 85-87, Haifa, Israel
    Overlooking the picturesque Bay of Haifa from atop Mount Carmel, Dan Carmel Haifa is a luxury hotel with stunning hospitality and elegant features. The rooms and suites come with private balconies, television, expansive bathrooms, and living areas. There are plentiful dining options to consider such as the Palachi Bar-Restaurant and the Gan Dan. In case you want extra relaxation, then head to the Share Spa which offers quality treatments. In addition, there is a children’s club, a fitness centre, and outdoor swimming pool.
  3. The Setai 
    Address: David Razi’el St 22, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 6802919, Israel
    The Setai is laden with Middle-Eastern architectural style and was originally a 12th-century fortress which was later turned into a prison and now a hotel. Today, everything has been transformed into a world-class retreat you will not easily find in the city. While there are 120 rooms and suites of varying kinds, each one of them has a King-sized bed and exquisite wooden details. As far as food and drinks are concerned, there is a restaurant called JAYA and a bar called Kishle’s Lobby Bar. You may want to explore more by relaxing in the hotel’s sauna, going to fitness centre or swimming across the pool.
  4. InterContinental David 
    Address: Kaufmann St 12, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 61501, Israel
    One of the most splendid beachfront properties to stay, Intercontinental David steps up the whole luxury accommodation business. The hotel features contemporary interiors in its spacious rooms and suites. There are ample numbers of function spaces for organising a variety of events, from weddings to business meetings. There is a top-notch restaurant called Aubergine which serves regional cuisine. Its fitness centre and spa facilities are managed by a highly professional staff.  The hotel also had made its premises friendly for people with special needs.
  5. Ritz Carlton Herzliya 
    Address: Ha-Shunit St 4, Herzliya, 4655504, Israel
    Ritz Carlton is what you need to indulge in affluence. It comes with 115 rooms and 82 suites, which range from studio rooms to presidential suite. Each of them offered comes with all necessaries including a well-stocked bathroom. Its first-ever Kosher restaurant called Herbert Samuel is special to the hotel and offers myriad dining experiences. Other world-class facilities include a fitness centre, function spaces including meeting rooms, and opulent Spa treatments.
  6. The Levee 
    Address: Yehuda ha-Levi St 16, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
    The Levee can be found in the posh district of Neve Tzedek and has a distinguishable neo-classical exterior. However, inside, there is no dearth of modernity and contemporaneous vibe. Its clutch of services includes round-the-clock concierge, Netflix subscription, and laundry service. In the hotel, there are apartments each of which features minimum two bathrooms, branded toiletries and remote-controlled blinds. While there is no on-site dining facility, you do get complimentary breakfast. If you want to explore more food options, then the hotel’s neighbourhood is perfect.
  7. The Norman Tel Aviv 
    Address: Nachmani St 23-25, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 6579441, Israel
    The Norman Tel Aviv is a notable luxury accommodation featuring the grace of the early 20th century without compromising with modern-day necessities. It can be found in the famous White City and is an absolute treat for anyone who wishes to stay close to the city’s landmarks. The rooms here bear intricate old-world designs and are equipped with modern-day amenities. There are critically acclaimed restaurants offering scrumptious meals of all kinds. In addition, there are many other services such as a rooftop lounge bar, a massive swimming pool, and a Spa centre.
  8. Brown Beach House
    Address: HaYarkon St 64, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
    Brown Beach House is a boutique hotel with an urban vibe. The hotel features bright colours against dark settings, black curtains and velvet sofas. The staff is super friendly and very professional and will do anything that can enhance your experience. Over here, you will have 55 rooms from 8 categories to choose your accommodation from. A standard room will have King-sized beds, walk-in showers, branded toiletries and minibars. The services will upgrade as you upgrade your room choice. For food, you have one on-site option which serves local cuisine of exquisite quality. Other services cover free entry to select museums, fitness centre, Spa and complimentary access to bicycles.
  9. Hotel Saul 
    Address: Tchernikhovski St 17, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 6329132, Israel
    If you want to have a quick romance with luxury without having to shell a shocking amount of money, then Hotel Saul can make up for a good option. The hotel has a comfortable atmosphere, with an illuminated entrance, late 20th century inspired furniture, and attractive wood panelling. The rooms bear minimalistic designs, with geometric prints all over the place. The bathrooms are spacious and stocked with branded amenities. There is only one onsite dining facility called Barvazi Urban Sandwich. You can also enjoy relaxing Spa treatments in its onsite Spa centre.
  10. Hotel Montefiore 
    Address: Montefiore St 36, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 65201, Israel
    Hotel Montefiore is the city’s first boutique hotel which operates from a restored heritage building. Located in the heart of the city, the hotel appears to have a cosy facade and friendly atmosphere. Things get better when you go inside and are welcomed by highly trained and polite staff. While there is no fitness centre or spa centre unlike in other hotels, it does provide in-room services. There are 12 rooms each featuring a blend of black, grey and white. The rooms are reasonably spacious, with bathrooms equipped with hotel-branded amenities. As far as food is concerned, there is one within the premises, but you may want to explore the neighbourhood for more options.

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Emma London is the Associate Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. She covers lists, rankings, economy, geopolitics, global banking, fintech, digitization of money, and the future of finance for CEOWORLD magazine. She’s also a member of the Board of Directors at the Global Business Policy Institute. Prior to that, Emma was the ultra-high net worth (UHNW) valuations subject matter expert at CEOWORLD magazine, mentoring research teams in valuations’ techniques, and was involved in product development for ultra high net worth (UHNW) and high net worth (HNW) dossier creation, currently heading research operations at the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.