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Tel Aviv Business travel

Tel Aviv Business travel

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Tel Aviv offers a wide selection of business services throughout the city, including secretariat services, dry cleaning and Wi-Fi access, to make your Tel Aviv business travel as convenient as possible.

There is a wide selection of business services throughout Tel Aviv, and most of the hotels provide secretariat services as well as dry cleaning and WI-Fi access, to make your Tel Aviv business travel as convenient as possible.

Business travelers enjoy up-to-date technology in most of Tel Aviv’s hotels. All 4-star and 5-stars hotels have business lounges with services such as Internet, fax machines, printers, typing and basic translations. In addition, there are three digital business centers of Kwik-Copy in Tel Aviv, offering efficient business solutions and services. They are located at 50 Ehad Ha’am Street, at 1 King David St. (next to Kikar Rabin), and at building No. 6 in Kiryat Atidim.

Your Tel Aviv business travel is trouble-free also when it comes to Wi-Fi access. The city has many hotspots with Wi-Fi services for laptop users, most of them are offered free of charge to clients. Wi-Fi services are offered by hotels, restaurants and coffee shops, as well as in gas stations, parks and shopping malls. The Atlas hotels chain offers unlimited and free of charge Wi-Fi services in Tal Hotel, Melody Hotel, City Hotel, Cinema Hotel, Art + Hotel and Center Hotel. Additional business hotels are: Grand court, Savoy hotel, Mercure Tel Aviv. In coffee shop chains, such as Arcaffè, Aroma, Coffee-To-Go and Ilan’s, there are free wireless services, and you can find these services in convenience stores and gas stations as well, such as the Yellow chain, and in Dizengoff center shopping mall.

All of the above mentioned hotels and most of other business hotels in the city offer dry cleaning services. In addition, there are numerous laundry places in Tel Aviv, most of which offer regular and dry cleaning services and free of charge delivery service. The central “Tip-Top Clean” at 242 Ben-Yehuda Street provides cleaning, laundry and ironing and offers free delivery service. “KvisKal” has two central branches for dry cleaning and laundry at 103 Ben-Yehuda Street and at 97 King George Street. There are many other dry cleaning places in Tel Aviv, so wherever you are staying during your Tel Aviv business travel, it won’t take you over a minute to find one.

Tel Aviv University

Tel Aviv University

A short visit to Tel Aviv University in Ramat Aviv, a neighborhood in the north of Tel Aviv, can be a fun experience, thanks to the lively campus atmosphere and some of the interesting buildings scattered around. Tel Aviv University is the biggest university in Israel and the biggest Jewish center for academic studies in the world. One of the main attractions here is the Nahum Goldman Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, a.k.a as Beth Hatefutsoth. It tells the story of 2,500 years of Jewish history since the expulsion from the land of Israel until the present day. The Jewish existence in different parts of the world is expressed in 3D reconstructions, documentary films, audio-visual shows and other forms of media. The permanent exhibition covers three floors and shows the daily life of Jewish people in the Diaspora. Telling this special story, Beth Hatefutsoth has evolved into far more than a museum - it touches the lives of Jews throughout the world, and as such is truly worthy of the "Museum of the Jewish People" title. Another interesting building is the Cymbalista Synagogue and Jewish Heritage Center. This unique building is marked by twin columns, containing an orthodox synagogue and an auditorium. These columns symbolize the attempt to bridge the secular and religious streams in current Israeli society. Tel-Aviv University runs a guided campus tour every Monday. The tour reviews Israeli architecture as demonstrated throughout the campus, including styles, international influences, stories of buildings and architects and landscape design. Outside the campus Territory of Tel Aviv University there is another attraction - since a part of the university was built on a hill, the eastern entrance offers visitors some great panoramic views of the northern end of the city. It is definitely a nice spot to end this part of your tour. Description: A journey to Tel Aviv university campus offers the Jewish Diaspora museum, the Cymbalista Synagogue and a nice panoramic view of the northern end of the city.

A new Isrotel hotel in the Basel St Tel Aviv

A new Isrotel hotel in the Basel St Tel Aviv

A new Isrotel hotel in the Basel St Tel Aviv will open in 2024 with 132 rooms. A hotel that is a huge complex that includes not only guest rooms, but also a shopping center, entertainment and restaurants, 1200 square meters of an innovative spa that offers dozens of body, health and beauty treatments, a swimming pool and more. Located in the heart of one of the most beautiful and sought-after neighborhoods in Tel Aviv, walking distance from Yarkon Park, the sea and the main streets of the city.

The Tel Aviv Namal - The city's Old Port - Now a favorite

The Tel Aviv Namal - The city's Old Port - Now a favorite

The first port of Israel was opened at 1936 and now is a flourishing hang out area with many new restaurants, bars and shops all accessible by a 14000 square meters of a wooden deck that its shape was inspired by the Tel Aviv sand dunes. The Tel Aviv port was shut down in the 60's as an active sea port, and was awaken in the 80's as a nightlife and water sports center. Nowadays it is the busiest nightlife area of the city. Some of its bars and clubs are certainly worth a visit even just to get a glance of the crowded mingling scene of Tel Aviv's nightlife. The biggest club in the Tel Aviv port area is TLV. It used to be one of the city's nightlife scene leaders for years, but has no fixed schedule anymore. TLV still holds parties every once in a while, playing mostly house and trance music, so if you consider yourself a clubber, you might want to check if there's a party there during your stay. The club itself is equipped with a state of the art sound and lighting systems, and has a sea front section with cool vibes. Whisky-a-go go, one of the hottest bars in Tel Aviv, is just nearby. This is where Israel's famous actors, models, athletes and celebrities come to eat, drink and mingle. Whisky-a-go go is a mixture of a lounge, a dance bar and a dining place. After midnight, the atmosphere there changes, while trendy DJs lift up the energy level. Another trendy place is Shalvata (which means peace or tranquility), named after a famous mental institution in Israel. Shalvata Offers a relaxed atmosphere, good music and superior view of the Mediterranean, accompanied by friendly service, though it tends to get very crowded on summer weekends and holidays. Erlich is another Mega-bar at the Tel Aviv port which is friendly, well designed and usually quite packed. It is built around a round bar that occupies most of the space, a design that makes it a good place to meet people and mingle. There are many other bars in the Tel Aviv port and there's always enough parking. You can also take a bus all the way to the north end of Dizengoff and just follow the crowd, on their way for another night of drinking and dancing till dawn.

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