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A new Isrotel hotel in the Basel St Tel Aviv
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A new Isrotel hotel in the Basel St Tel Aviv

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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.

Sea and Sun - Beaches of Tel Aviv

Sea and Sun - Beaches of Tel Aviv

The beautiful white beaches of Tel Aviv are the city's most popular attraction and a must for any visitor. The magnificent promenade ("Tayelet" in Hebrew), with its beachfront cafes and restaurants, runs along the shore at the main hotel area, providing a great location for morning or afternoon jogging. The beaches are mostly crowded on weekends (Friday and Saturday), and are pleasantly quiet in early mornings, when the only brave swimmers are seniors working on their exercise. The seashores are dotted with kiosks just a few steps from the water, tan worshipers lying on beach-beds while others carefully sitting under parasols. While at the beach you may find yourself moving your head from the right to the left, following local pairs playing "Matkot" (Israeli beach Tennis), and on summer evenings, soon after the beautiful Mediterranean sunset, the beaches become a great location for night hang outs, you can find many beach bars, from the new and renovated Mezizim beach bar to the one North of the Marina and others along the beach.

Tel Aviv port - Night Time, busiest nightlife center of the city

Tel Aviv port - Night Time, busiest nightlife center of the city

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. Galina 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.

Shenkin Street - one of the most popular Tel Aviv streets

Shenkin Street - one of the most popular Tel Aviv streets

Shenkin (Sheinkin) St. has been considered a local attraction for over 20 years, and one of the most popular Tel Aviv tourist attractions. The street that epitomized the "Tel Aviv Spirit" and from which the most exciting mainstream and alternative music, theater and dance groups emerged during the 80s, has become more conservative in recent years, but still offers some of the best Tel Aviv stores and coffee shops. A proof of its lasting popularity can be found in its recent portrayal as the background (if not an actual character) in the successful Eytan Fox & Gal Uchovsky feature film – The Bubble (2006). Not ready to give up its mythic status in the Tel Aviv consciousness, and since very little of the culture center's fame has actually remained in the street, a massive amount of great stores and cafes have managed to keep that ever stimulating street alive. If it is clothes shopping you're looking for, you've come to the right place. Some of the leading Israeli designers chose Shenkin for their stores: Ronen Chen (49 Sheinkin St.), Naama Bezalel and Banot – Lulu Liam (40 Sheinkin St.) are just few examples. For accessories and jewelry don't miss the world famous jewelry designer Michal Negrin (37 Sheinkin St.) or Daniella Lehavi (35 Sheinkin St.), who's famous for her leather bags and shoes. Not quite ready to give up on culture? Pay a visit to Krembo, the ever-trendy music shop on 18 Shenkin St. The Western part of Shenkin, closer to the Carmel Market and Allenby, features many shoe stores, among which you'll find some global brands as well (Camper, Aldo & Adidas, to name a few) but with all the original Israeli offerings, why bother? By now you probably need to sit down and calm down a bit. A nice place to catch your breath is Ginat Shenkin, the tiny park located half way thru the street. Another option is one of the many coffee shops, starting from one of the Tel Aviv cultural landmarks – Café Tamar (57 Sheinkin St.) that has been serving stale coffee to a mix of Israel's top politicians, journalists and artists for over 40 years. Sus Etz (20 Sheinkin St.) and Aroma (30 Sheinkin St.) are other options for a nice coffee break. But if you're slightly hungrier than that, don't miss Orna and Ella, without a doubt the best restaurant on the street. Virtual tour of Shenkin Street >>

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