Tel Aviv is not to be missed out on. In fact, I’m claiming it to be one of the next hottest destinations. It has a great mix of beach vibes to hip cafes and absolutely mouth-watering cuisine. I was invited to spend a night at the Abraham Tel Aviv hostel, which I was super excited about. Here is my review on the hostel and why I am recommending you choose this hostel for your stay in Tel Aviv.
Their Tel Aviv hostel is huge! When I walked into the common room/ lounge I was totally impressed. Filled with colour, hammocks, multiple sitting areas and even a stage. There’s a bar for you to wind down after a long day of exploring. It’s open every day from 6 pm and has a wide range of drinks available for you to have. There’s also a TV room and a guest kitchen so you can make your own meals if you’re on a budget. Not only that, but there’s an amazing rooftop that also has great views and a killer chill out spot.
I loved the architecture at this hostel as well. It had an industrial theme to it, which gave off a young and trendy vibe. Abraham also offers a wide range of tours and workshops (which I will be reviewing soon as I got to experience a few different ones) so there’s a traveller centre where you can book the tours or just simply find more about them.
I stayed in a superior double room that was spacious, clean and very comfortable. I also go a wicked view over the city.
Abraham hostel in located only steps away from Rothschild Avenue and only a 20 minutes’ walk to the beach and a 10-minute walk to the most popular marketplace where, by the way, you can get the best dead sea mud for only 5 Shekels. It’s in a trendy neighbourhood and smack bang in the middle of everything you want making it a great place to stay to explore the city. Public transport is also available near the hostel so it’s a great place to base yourself for your Tel Aviv visit.
About Abraham Hostels
Abraham have a hostel in Jerusalem and Nazareth as well. What I really loved about Abraham is how they have a shuttle that goes between the hostels. For me, it was a lot easier and nearly the same price as the bus to take one of their shuttles to their Jerusalem hostel. You can book this at their traveller centre in the hostel or even online like I did!
The prices vary as there are many different types of hostel dorms or you can opt for a private room like I did. Prices are from (approximately) £18 – £110. The most expensive being the junior suite that can host up to 4 people so this is a great option if you are a bunch of friends travelling together!
A big thank you to Abraham Hostel for letting me come and stay at your Tel Aviv hostel. When I visit Tel Aviv again I will definitely be coming back to stay here as it was in an amazing location and very comfortable. To book a room, click here to see availability and prices.
My stay here was sponsored; however, my opinions are my own and I would never recommend something I don’t fully love!
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