With lively beaches, historic buildings and fascinating culture, there is always something going on in Tel Aviv. To make sure you have a great time without breaking the bank, we have selected the best hostels in Tel Aviv for you.
Little Tel-Aviv Hostel
Little Tel-Aviv is a modern hostel where you’ll feel right at home. One of the best hostels in Tel Aviv for creative types, Little Tel-Aviv hostel hosts art exhibitions and concerts by local musicians. Although it’s not the best for beach bums, as it’s a little further from the beach, its garden is the perfect place to relax. Just one night here will show you why Little Tel-Aviv Hostel was voted the best hostel in Israel at the 2017 HOSCAR Awards.
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv
Just a stone’s throw from Rothschild Boulevard, you’ll find Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv. Designed to show you Middle Eastern hospitality at its finest, the hostel has been created with your comfort in mind. Whether you choose a dorm, private room or suite, breakfast is included and each room has air conditioning and an en-suite bathroom. The bar is open every day, and there are often events and local musical acts, so you’ll never be bored. It may not be the most luxurious hostel you’ll ever stay in, but Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv has everything you need for a comfortable stay.
If hipster bars and bohemian cafes are your thing, then Florentin House is at the top of our list of the best hostels in Tel Aviv. Located in the heart of the Florentin neighbourhood, a stay at Florentin House is a great introduction to Tel Aviv’s youth culture, nightlife and arts. There is an on-site bar and restaurant specialising in Asian cuisine, and you can dine inside or on the terrace. The rooms are modern but minimalist, and you can even book the rooftop suite with its own private terrace and bathroom if you really want to treat yourself. A stay at Florentin House gives you hotel-quality service at a hostel price.
Florentine Backpackers Hostel
It may not look like much from the outside, but Florentine Backpackers Hostel is the ultimate party hostel. With hammocks, couches, cheap beer and free hookah, the roof terrace is where all the fun happens. Fancy a night out? Omer and Daniel are the renowned leaders of their nightly pub crawls, so make sure you meet them ASAP so they can tell you about the best local spots. If you want to party hard during your stay, Florentine Backpackers Hostel is one of the best hostels in Tel Aviv for any party animal.
Milk & Honey Hostel
Close to the old town of Jaffa, the Milk & Honey Hostel has a wonderfully eclectic atmosphere. You can stay in a dorm with up to 14 other people if you want to make friends, or just 4. The choice is yours. Whichever you choose, the dorm curtain will give you some privacy when you need it. If you have any questions or need help just ask Lorraine and she’ll point you in the right direction. Just a short walk from excellent bars and restaurants, as well as a flea market, Milk & Honey Hostel is a great option for your trip to Tel Aviv.