4.5
Very Good 1141 Reviews
Jetsetter Approved
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What We Love

  • The Jetsetter rate includes daily continental breakfast
  • A retro vibe with ’50s paraphernalia throughout
  • The lounge serves free tea, coffee and snacks all day

What To Know

  • Free WiFi
  • Some rooms offer partial sea views
  • All suites feature a kitchenette
  • Children 17 and under are not permitted

Amenities

  •  Adults Only
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap Accessible
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Overview

Budget-friendly digs with a retro vibe, a block from Bograshov Beach

The Lowdown

A short stroll from Bograshov Beach and Tel Aviv’s bustling Carmel Market, the Embassy Hotel is a boutique property with a retro vibe. The public spaces feature an eclectic mix of 1950s paraphernalia (old fashioned telephones, a vintage moped) alongside plush leather armchairs and a faux cobblestone floor. The 23 guestrooms are decked out with Midcentury furniture and beds dotted with brightly colored pillows and throws. Patterned carpets add even more color. Opt for a Suite and you’ll get your own kitchenette, while some Superior Rooms offer partial views of the Mediterranean. Communal areas include the breakfast room, with its funky rainbow-colored chairs, and a guest lounge that serves free tea, coffee and snacks throughout the day.

In the Area

Lively Carmel Market is a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Head there to pick up souvenirs or taste your way around the excellent street food stalls. Design fans should check out Bialik Street’s Bauhaus buildings; the Beit Rubin Museum is a particular highlight. For a culture fix head to the cutting-edge Museum of Art; afterward try traditional Israeli cuisine in the informal Dining Hall restaurant. Closer to home, Bograshov Beach is practically opposite the hotel.

How to Get There

Embassy Hotel Tel Aviv
5 Shalom Aleichem St.
Tel Aviv, 6343231 Israel

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1141 Reviews
Thus far the best hotel I have stayed in........
Reviewed 1 day ago

and I say this after having stayed at the Herods Hotel and the Sheraton Hotel during previous visits to Israel. So what makes this hotel special I hear you ask?
Aren and his team.
From the reception staff, to house keeping, to Samir the maintenance gentlemen the entire staff of this hotel do their upmost to ensure you have a great stay. I had initially booked for 4 nights but the moment I stepped foot into the Embassy the ambience and upon seeing the sea within 30 minutes after having been introduced to Aren I had extended my stay to a week. Had I not had a apartment booked in Jerusalem for another two weeks it would have been a dream come true to continue staying here.

The Embassy is a modern boutique hotel. It is a 3/4 minute walk from the beach. Check is effortless. Everyday there is a free complementary selection of fruits, sweet & sour pastries with water or a alcoholic beverage on the 1st Floor and free 24/7 cold water, tea, coffee and cookies for patrons to indulge in. The WiFi is excellent as is the air conditioning and the rooms are modern, spacious and clean. I felt like home from home and slept like a baby.
Aren I thank you and your team for a wonderful stay and look forward to staying at The Embassy again in the future when I return to Tel Aviv!

Excellent location, good value.
Reviewed 2 days ago

Large room, large bathroom with excellent shower and very nice staff.
The breakfast could be improved, but altogether we found this hotel worth recommending.
The location is excellent: between the beach and a commercial street, so everything is within walking distance.
We would certainly go back next time we’re in Tel Aviv.

THE worst value for money hotel ever
Reviewed 1 week ago

from the smart mouthed receptionist to the smallest room I can remember, this hotel was a perfect example of how not to choose a hotel from its photographs on Booking.com. Full marks to the photographer though, he made the dismal, tiny rooms look appealing. We were just thankful we had an early flight and had to leave at 4am thus leaving very little time to spend in this grossly over priced rabbit hutch

Good service, nice rooms and great location!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Less than 5 min walk to the beach. Right off Ben Yehuda street, a nice quaint street with stores, restaurants and a good mix of people. Very friendly staff and nice, modern rooms for a fraction of what you pay for some hotels directly on the beach that have outdated and lackluster accommodations (but they know they can get away with it because they’re on the beach and they’ve been around for so long they have a built in pipeline for marketing to guests). They let us check out an hour later which was a big bonus and they have showers outside the rooms in case you need to clean up after check out.

Great location, wonderful staff, clean rooms- worth visiting
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

staff was friendly, room was great. stat was very pleasant, fixed bling issues wit VAT before we even mentioned it....great breakfast option and awesome location. stayed one night with 1.5 y/o and it was a very accommodating and safe environment for her