Sheraton Tel Aviv is the first hotel in Israel to become vegan friendly in all its food and beverages outlets: restaurant, bars and room service, offering a special benefit to its guests who are interested in pursuing this lifestyle. After the great success the hotel experienced with “vegan week”, Sheraton Tel Aviv had joined the project “Moving towards veganism – moving up with Google” created by culinary advisor, Ori Shavit, and marketing strategy expert, Dudi Sharon. As part of this project, vegan dishes will be added to all the hotel’s food outlets, such as, the breakfast buffet, the signature chef restaurant Olive Leaf, the pool restaurant Deck 115, Lobby Lounge and room service. The breakfast buffet at the Sheraton Tel Aviv has a section called “Vegan Corner” with an amazing assortment of vegan hot dishes and deserts.
We are a new Hostel that opened in late July of 2015. Our Hostel is part of a complex, equally owned by 430+ members of a non-profit cooperative. The dormitories and private rooms are located beneath our green roof, and above the community center. In the ground floor you will find our vegan restaurant, bar and the yard. We are located in a quiet part of the lively neighborhood Florentine, in the south of Tel-Aviv. 2 blocks from the colorful LEVINSKY market, 5 min walk from Neve-Zedek qtr. 5 min walk from Rothschild blvd and 14 min walk from the beach.
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv was opened in March 2016 in the beating heart of Tel Aviv, surrounded by many of the city’s hottest spots. With nearly 400 beds and envious facilities, our Tel Aviv hostel will extend our hospitality, made famous by Abraham in Biblical times, and proven by our Jerusalem team in modern times, to the nonstop city. The Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv is located on HaRakevet Street, 50 meters from the buzzing Rothschild Boulevard in the small neighborhood known as Electric Garden (Gan HaHashmal). We’re in the heart of the city’s cafe, restaurant, and nightlife scene, on the edge of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ‘White City’, and within walking distance of the beach, Old Jaffa, the edgy Florentin neighborhood, and the city’s main cultural attractions. We’re well located for public transportation, with some of the city’s handiest bus routes passing our door, and the Central Bus Station and HaHagana railway station within walking distance.
Hayarkon 48 in Tel Aviv is the best hostel in the city, strategically located at the heart of the city. With over a decade of experience hosting guests from all over the world, and a staff that loves its job and loves Tel aviv, Hayarkon 48 is just the hostel you were looking for. Hayarkon 48 was founded in november 1998 by Omri and Dotan, cousins who spent years traveling the world. Their skill and experience make hayarkon 48 precisely what backpackers and tourists need to make their trip a success. The layout and facilities encourage guests to socialize and meet new people. There’s plenty of room for activities and parties on the hostel rooftop or in any of the common areas in the building. Hayarkon 48 is designed to suit all kinds of visitors, from families or groups to people traveling alone. Whether you choose a private room or a dormitory room, you’ll enjoy all of the hostel’s facilities. We offer a fully-equipped kitchen, comfortable lounge with a wide-screen tv, pool table, hot water 24 hours a day and free wi-fi. The doors are kept locked at all times for your safety but there’s no curfew and our reception operates around the clock so that you can come and go as you please. Hayarkon 48 is only two minutes away from the beach and the hottest locations in Tel Aviv. The city’s night life and most popular hangouts and attractions are right at your fingertips. The hostel is conveniently located near supermarkets, bakeries and kiosks open 24 hours a day, as well as post offices, cinemas and shopping centers. Hostel guests enjoy great discounts at local restaurants, hangouts, attractions, guided tours and more. Experience Tel Aviv Other nearby attractions are the popular carmel market, the trendy nahalat binyamin art fair, and old jaffa, just a 20 minute walk from Hayarkon 48. Our staff members are all friendly, english-speaking israelis who know tel aviv like the back of their hands. They’re here to answer all of your questions, big and small. Ask them about the city’s best-kept secrets so that you can experience the genuine vibe of the city just like the locals do.
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