Embassy Hotel Tel Aviv
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
- Adults Only
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
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
The hotel is really clean, smells really good and it is in a perfect location. It’s close to the beaches, supermarkets, bus stops and 10min walking from the market.
Also it has cookies, fruits, water, tea, coffee and even a sparkling wine all the time for the guests.
The only thing that I would say is about the breakfast. It is okay. Cake, cookies, fruits, yogurt, bread, cheese, coffee, juice but that’s all, nothing special. For me that stayed for 9 nights was a little disappointing.
However, in a overall the hotel is really good in an awesome location and really clean. It is an excellent experience.
A discrete and charming hotel - great, friendly, helpful staff, good breakfast, impeccably clean.
Right in the middle of HaYarkon, could hardly be better situated. An absolutely certain value for money (reasonable rates in the high season)!
I have stayed in most of the TA hotels and find this one extremely pleasant and good value for money. In particular the lady who manages the breakfast area is a credit to the hospitality of the hotel.