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What We Love

  • A new, design-savvy hotel in buzzing Tel Aviv, with breakfast, transfers and a Jerusalem tourThe perfect central location, with Tel Aviv’s sandy beach and port on your doorstep
  • Discovering Jerusalem’s sacred sights with an expert guide
  • Iconic mid-century furniture to kick back i – think an Eames lounger or Jacobsen Egg chair
  • Starting each day with complimentary breakfast, served in a cool neighborhood café
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Overview

A cool stay at a brand-new, design-centric hotel near the beach in buzzing Tel Aviv, including breakfast, private transfers and a Holy Jerusalem tour

The Lowdown

The Holy Land and hedonism may sound like an oxymoron, but Tel Aviv has it all – fascinating heritage, culinary and artistic innovation and vibrant nightlife. With the new Port and Blue TLV Suites Hotel as your base, you’ll be well poised to explore it all. Its cool urban design, dazzling sea views and central location have made it a hit already.
The hotel’s name hints at both its location – a stand-out white tower seconds from Tel Aviv’s port – and the design ethos stamped throughout the interiors; a rich Mediterranean blue coats statement walls in the rooms and suites, topped with blackened ceilings and bare piping. Other vivid splashes of color jump out among an eclectic mix of design chairs and smooth wooden floors, coffee tables and bookcases.
On your second day, take the included day trip to Jerusalem, the beguiling capital brimming with world-famous treasures such as the Wailing Wall and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Back in Tel Aviv, hop on one of the hotel’s rental bicycles to explore the nearby parks and historic port.

Rooms

Reflecting the cool blue of the Med, the hotel’s Deluxe Double rooms are each a spacious 248 to 280 square feet. Exposed pipes on the ceilings bring a touch of urban-industrial cool, alongside natural timber and crisp white bedding. Dead Sea minerals in the complimentary bath amenities have you Tel Aviv-fresh when you’re ready to step out on the town or beach.

Location

Israel’s second-largest city pairs a strip of golden coastline with Bauhaus-era buildings, cutting-edge gastronomy and a historic port. It’s one of the liveliest and trendiest cities in the world right now, crammed with theaters, museums, coffee shops and nightclubs. Port and Blue TLV Suites Hotel places you a few steps away from entertainment hotspots and beach alike.

How to Get There

Port and Blue TLV Suites Hotel
1 Tsidon Street
Tel Aviv, Israel

Reviews

Top notch in all respects
matzimom

From the very friendly and personal service, to the unique style and design in the common areas as well as rooms, this hotel truly has it all. I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the outstanding breakfasts we had here (among the best I have had at a hotel anywhere) and the perfect location - very close to beaches and to the port and promenade, as well as Dizengoff Street. We loved Port and Blue and would stay again in a heartbeat ❤️????????.

Port and Blue is a lovely hotel near the water
SwedeLightning

Had a great stay at the Port and Blue! The rooms are well appointed and clean, and the attached restaurant was very good. The hotel is a short walk to the water and all the shops and restaurants up and down the block.

Charming hotel, charming staff!
RWR-OnTheRoad

During my visit earlier this year, the hotel was in the middle of construction to add a dining room and bar area (dining opened on my last morning) which were much welcomed additions.

The hotel lobby was neat, offered a complementary espresso machine, juice, and snacks. The room was quaint and tidy, was very clean, and reasonably quiet.

The hotel is close to lots of excellent dining, cafes, shopping, bars, and nightclubs -- and the beach. Literally something for everyone.

A special kudos to Oren at the front desk. He was very welcoming to me and my colleagues -- and gave us a good lesson on the then-upcoming Eurovision contest.