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The Poli House in Tel Aviv might be the new kid on the block, but we’ve got a feeling this fresh, funky, whimsically designed boutique hotel could be creating a bit of a buzz for a long time!
We recently stayed there for a Friday night, and what can we say about its location, other than you can’t get much better! Located on the corner of Allenby Street and Nachalat Binyamin (yes, the pedestrian street that also hosts the twice-weekly artisan’s fair, one of Tel Aviv’s must-sees), you’re in the heart of the action, with the Carmel market, the ‘hood of Neve Tzedek, and Tel Aviv’s legendary beaches just a step away. Seriously, for location you’ll be hard pressed to beat the Poli House.
If you’re in the need for budget, hostel accommodation in Tel Aviv, you’ll be pleased to know there are some mighty fine options available!
Hostels are, of course, an excellent way to really get to know the local area (many in Tel Aviv now offer some very cool tours, providing a terrific insight into areas you’d never typically get to experience as a “regular” tourist), and also meet some cool new people.
I’ll be perfectly honest about the Abraham Hostel in Tel Aviv: I wasn’t expecting to be wowed quite as much as I was wowed!
These guys know how to do hostels, that’s perfectly clear (they also own the Abraham Hostel in Jerusalem and Fauzi Azar Inn in Nazareth). They know how to make their guests feel at home, how to host events that help integrate those guests and get those guests socializing, and they know how to keep it all relatively low-cost.