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Popular Hotels in Israel

If you're a first time visitor to Israel, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller hotel could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the hotels may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about hotels in Israel.


What are some good hotels in Israel?

Here are some of the most recommended hotels in Israel.

Abraham Hostel
67 HaNeviim St. Jerusalem, Israel
Shkedi's Camplodge - חאן שקדי
Ne'ot Hakikar, Israel

052-231-7371
Lot Spa Dead Sea Hotel Ein Bokek
Ein Bokek Dead Sea 89680 Ein Bokek, Israel
Shizen Resort Herzliya
60 Ramot Yam Street Herzliya, Israel
Davidka Square
Jerusalem, Israel

02-563-5554
The Austrian Hostel
י-ם, Israel

02-626-5800
Gordon Inn
17 י ל גורדון תל אביב, Israel

03-523-8239
The Scots Hotel
Gdud Barak Street Tiberias, Israel

04-671-0710
Cinema Hotel
ת"א, Israel

03-520-7100
ALMA HOTEL & LOUNGE
מחוז תל אביב

03-630-8777
Hotel Montefiore
ת"א, Israel

03-564-6100
InterContinental David Tel Aviv
12 Kaufman Street ת"א, Israel

03-795-1111
Florentine Hostel
ת"א, Israel

03-518-7551
The Efendi Hotel
Old Acre, Israel

074-729-9799
Barbara beach
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Here's what Trippy members had to say about hotels:

"head for the Abraham Hostel via the Tram-rail way to the city centre for check-in."  See More

"A place I personally love, in the Dead Sea Region(although you have to be a bit young of spirit to enjoy it), is Shkedi's Camplodge - חאן שקדי Mizpe Ramon Ramon Crater, Southern Israel"  See More

"com for the day or if you're sleeping over, the Lot Spa Dead Sea Hotel Ein Bokek in Ein Bokek has recently got some good reviews from friends, and I always enjoy the Shizen Resort Herzliya in Herzliya http://bit."  See More

"The Abraham Hostel on Davidka Square is meant to be very good for a cheap place to stay."  See More

", not far from the The Austrian Hostel."  See More

"the upmarket option The Scots Hotel very nice, very spoiling."  See More

"ALMA HOTEL & LOUNGE or Hotel Montefiore."  See More

"Get into the InterContinental David Tel Aviv"  See More

"Stay in the Florentine Hostel walk to the Old city of Jaffa, go to the beach next to the Dan Hotel, eat Falafel (the Israeli national food"  See More

"The first one is the The Efendi Hotel (which I never been two, but hope to stay there one day), and the other one is a more budget place, called HI - Akko Hostel."  See More

"Try walking from Barbara beach in Bat Yam along Yefet street to Sderot Yerushalayim to Kaufman Street and then follow the beach all the way up to the port (Tel Aviv Port)."  See More

Where can I find out more about Israel?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Israel.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.



   
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