Tel Aviv – Jaffa is proud of its slogan: “The City That Never Sleeps,” and was recently listed as one of the 10 top party places in the world by “Lonely Planet.” Tel Aviv is Israel’s cultural and financial heart, upbeat, international, cosmopolitan, buzzing with latest fashions, music and lifestyles. The choice of Dan hotels in Tel Aviv draws tourists all year round. They come across the world to enjoy Tel Aviv’s fabulous golden beaches, unique architecture, huge variety of eating styles, and round the clock action from cultural events to intense night life. Clubbing and shows, alternative music, rock, jazz, trendy cafés, 24/7 stores, bars buzzing with action … you’ll find it all in Tel Aviv. Restaurants offer every type of cuisine imaginable, and is fast getting a reputation as the vegan eat-out capital of the world. Tel Aviv invites you to share the energy.
Dan's hotels in Tel Aviv - overview
Dan Hotel Tel Aviv is the longest established hotel in the city, and was Israel’s first luxury hotel. The hotel has long been the first choice for foreign diplomats, international artists and business leaders, offering all the luxuries that make the difference between a pleasant stay and an unforgettable one.
Dan Panorama Tel Aviv merges business and pleasure with seamless perfection. A range of spacious stylized rooms, great vacation facilities, and a rich menu mean that you get to enjoy the luxuries of a large well-appointed hotel without losing that special human touch and highest level service typical of all Dan hotels.
Link Hotel Tel Aviv is the Dan’s new innovative location where hi-tech is on display at all times. Check-in and check-out are via your cellphone app, and lots of functions – such as opening/locking your room and choosing the right color lighting for your mood, are controlled from your phone. The Hub is the hotel’s buzzing center of action, where you can work in shared spaces or book board rooms in advance.
Just to the north of Tel Aviv lies another Dan hotel, the Dan Accadia, overlooking the sea in beautiful Herzliya. Clifftop promenades extend from the marina in the south to luxury homes in the north, passing 7 golden, expansive beaches, trendy cafés and gourmet restaurants.Dan Accadia - Luxury Hotels in Herzliya >>
Tel Aviv business focused hotels
Tel Aviv is Israel’s financial and commercial center, and many of the guests who stay in Dan hotels in the city are here for business. The three Dan Hotels are all geared for the business traveller. The classic Dan Tel Aviv and the beachfront Dan Panorama Tel Aviv are well known for their quality. The new and innovative Link Hotel offers a fresh and young experience with the focus on comfort and efficiency. The Dan Accadia in Herzliya completes our spread of leading hotels in Israel’s central region.
Tel-Aviv is rich with culture
As Israel’s first modern Hebrew city, Tel-Aviv is rich with culture. This is home to the Habima National Theater, the world-famous Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Israel Opera. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art next door to the Link Hotel hosts fixed and temporary exhibits as well as cultural events. The Eretz Israel Musuem focuses on exhibits showing the history and culture of this region back to ancient times. The Ilana Goor Art Museum presents over 400 items by the artist herself. The Nahum Gutman Museum and Ruben House present early modern Israel art and special exhibits. There are museums focusing on the arts and culture, dozens of galleries, and several annual major art exhibitions like “Israeli Art”, “ArTLV”, and “Fresh Paint.”
Tel Aviv walking tours
Visits to Ben Gurion House and the Haganah Musuem take visitors back in time to the city’s early days and to the establishment of the State of Israel. For information on your family’s or community’s roots, or for more knowledge about Jewish communities and how they developed throughout the world, a visit to the Diaspora Museum is a must. Known also as the “White City,” Tel Aviv was declared a UNESCO World Heritage location for its hundreds of Bauhaus architecture buildings - the largest concentration of Bauhaus structures in the world. If you're an architecture buff, you'll love walking around these fascinating areas. Another charming part of Tel Aviv to stroll through is Neveh Tzedek, the first Jewish suburb built outside the walls of Jaffa. Established in 1887, the houses here are low, and the colorful, narrow streets are home to the Suzanne Dellal Dance Center. The Florentin quarter is a major hotspot with its many artists, artisans, and buzzing day and night life.
Tel Aviv’s unique markets
Dotted around Tel Aviv are flea markets and antiques markets, perfect for bargain hunters. More modern markets have also popped up across Tel Aviv, such as the The farmers’ market in Tel Aviv Port, offering an array of regular and organic produce and unusual fresh, baked and home-made style items. Levinsky market offers sweet and sour baked good and spices. Hatikva has a more intimate atmosphere, especially for home cooking. Carmel market remains the city’s major market - bustling, noisy, brash and loud, with fruit and vegetable stalls, spices and clothing booths, and small restaurants tucked into every available nook and cranny. Simple cafés snuggle shoulder to shoulder with gourmet stores in Sarona market. Culinary variety and freshness is a hallmark of Tel Aviv eateries with their market-fresh produce.
Tel Aviv Beachfront Promenade
Tel Aviv’s long shoreline buzzes with activity all year round. Volleyball, sports installations, and a promenade with bike lanes that stretches from Old Jaffa in the south to the gypsum cliffs north of Tel Aviv. All along the beachfront you will find fabulous restaurants, eateries and bars. There’s something for everyone.
Around Old Jaffa
Old Jaffa is one of the most ancient ports in the world. Here Jonah the Prophet boarded a ship hoping to escape his divine mission. Here the mythological Greek Perseus saved Andromeda from being shackled to the rock face. A short walk from the Tel Aviv hotels, Old Jaffa is home to many artists. Take an enchanting stroll through the cobbled streets, and enjoy a wonderful panorama from the park at the highest point of the Old City. The new Jaffa slopes encompass acres of lawns, walking paths, and sports apparatus stretching from Jaffa Port in the north to the Aliya Beach in Tel Aviv’s south.
Tel Aviv’s got attractions all day long, every day of the week. For further information see our top selection for attractions in Tel Aviv.