Introducing Tel Aviv’s newest hostel in town, Abraham hostel Tel Aviv! The Abraham hostel Tel Aviv opened it’s doors in March 2016. This is the newest location for Abraham hostels, the other hostel locations are in Jerusalem and Nazareth. The Abraham Hostel Jerusalem has been voted #5 hostel in the world by Hostel World and the #1 hostel in Israel. These guys know what it takes to be the best hostel in the world. The Tel Aviv hostel will be nothing short of the best.
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv Review
The Abraham Hostel in Tel Aviv is located in the neighborhood known as the “Electric Garden.” The hostel is within walking distance to the beach (20 mins), Old Jaffa (30 mins), Tel Aviv central bus station (15 mins), Carmel market (10 mins), and much more just steps outside the Abraham hostel. The public bus passes right by the hostel and can easily get you around the city.
How To Get To Tel Aviv Abraham Hostel:
From the Tel Aviv Airport you can grab a metered taxi but be aware there is an additional 5NIS fee, 3 NIS per suitcase, and 25% surcharge for night trips from 9:01pm-5:29am and after 4pm on Fridays. A much cheaper option, take the train from the airport into Tel Aviv get off at the Tel Aviv-HaHagana stop, this will take less than 15 minutes and is 13.5 NIS. From Tel Aviv-HaHagana, the hostel is 1-mile walk.
For directions from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem or vice versa. Tel Aviv to Jerusalem without traffic takes about an hour.
Abraham Hostels offers a free shuttle between the hostels with a minimum of 4 nights in 2 different hostels. Ask the staff the bus card. It’s a great way to get between the Abraham hostel Jerusalem and the Abraham hostel Tel Aviv.
- Dorm 6-12 bed: 88-110 NIS ($22.50-$28)
- Single Private: 300 NIS ($77)
- Double Private: 330-400 NIS ($84-102)
- Triple Private: 420 NIS ($108)
- Studio Apartment: 600 NIS ($154)
- Two Bedroom Apartment: 700 NIS ($179)
No matter the budget, there is a room for everyone at Tel Aviv Abraham hostel. Book online directly with Abraham Hostels, Hostel World, or just arrive at the hostel and see what rooms are availible for the night.
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There are 350 beds at the Abraham hostel Tel Aviv with many different room type options, all rooms including dorms come with an en-suite bathroom and daily cleaning. All larger groups or those requesting a specific room type it’s best to book in advance in order to guarantee that room type.
- Free Wifi
- Free filtered drinking water
- Bar with Happy Hour
- Free Breakfast
- Free Towels
- Computer Station
- Luggage Room
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv gets what a traveler needs and has every amenity any traveler could want. Traveling on a budget in Israel can be tough, but Abraham Hostel has a huge communal kitchen which cuts down on food prices. The hostel offers free breakfast daily which included fresh fruits, coffee, bread, cereal, yogurt, and juice.
Tons of social spaces where you will meet other travelers and most likely add new travel destinations on your ever growing travel bucket list. Make sure to check out the activity board!
Abraham tours is located right inside the Tel Aviv Abraham hostel, where you can book Tel Aviv day trips and longer Israel tours or even tours to Jordan or Egypt. We had time for 3 day trips with Abraham tours and the 3-day Jordan tour from the Jerusalem Abraham hostel. Abraham tours had a few unique day trips we hadn’t seen offered anywhere else. Unfortunately, we only had 1 night in the Tel Aviv Abraham hostel and only had the chance to get on one of the Abraham tours from the Tel Aviv Abraham hostel but we did take 3 tours from the Jerusalem Abraham Hostel. Here are all the Abraham tours we went on:
- Masada Sunrise with a visit to the Dead Sea from Tel Aviv Abraham Hostel
- 3 day Jordan tour hitting the Jordan highlights Jaresh, Petra, and the Wadi Rum. To read more about our Jordan tour from Jerusalem with Abraham tours click here.
- Best of the West Bank from Jerusalem Abraham hostel
- Hebron Narrative Tour from Jerusalem Abraham hostel
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