The 4 Best Party Hostels in Tel Aviv (2019)
Israel is a country of contrasts. From the religiously centered city of Jerusalem to the cosmopolitan metropolis of Tel Aviv, there are truly many different sides to the country. Many travelers head to Tel Aviv to see the vibrant nightlife and festive side of the country. There are plenty of places to party and have a good time in this city, and these hostels are great places to base yourself during your stay.
How much do hostels in Tel Aviv cost?
|Average Dorm Price
$22 ($13 to $30)
|Average Private Room Price
(in a hostel)
$914 ($36 to $10,199)
Dorm Bed: $48.00
Florentine Backpackers is an intimate, super social, home-style hostel located in the up-and-coming Florentine neighborhood of Tel Aviv. It is a hip bar district with many cafes and only a 10-minute walk to the beach and old Jaffa and just a 15-minute walk to central town. Age restriction is18-40. Facilities include: complimentary basic breakfast, free lockers, free internet and strong WIFI network, free coffee and tea 24 hours per day, free towels and clean sheets, free parking, free calls in Israel and to some countries (Germany, U.S., Canada, and more), cheap beer, laundry facilities for an additional fee, iron with board, hair dryer, games, and basic tools if you need them. They have a small number of private rooms, including dormitory, keeping the atmosphere here personal and friendly. The spirit of the Florentine Hostel is young and vibrant a place to feel at home, meet fellow travelers and other backpackers, relax, make friends, and absorb the Tel Aviv vibe. Guests at the hostel share a cozy indoor lounge, a fully equipped communal kitchen, and the spacious rooftop terrace where they can enjoy their morning coffee, take a meal together, trade stories and travel tips, or just relax and enjoy their time.
10, Elifelet Street ,
Dorm Bed: $26.00
The Little Tel-Aviv Hostel has a newly renovated and decorated interior, highlighting a contemporary and fashionable style with emphasis on comfort so you can feel at home immediately. The property is located in the heart of Tel Aviv - a 100 meter walk from Rothschild Avenue and 800 meter walk from the Carmel Market. In this area where the historical and modern meet, you'll discover the typical urban Tel-Aviv scenery: Classic Tel-Aviv, modern skyscrapers, Bauhaus and Eclectic Style buildings side -by-side. In this area you'll also be able to find Tel-Aviv's most famous bars, restaurants, cafes, art galleries, designer shops and clubs. The hostel offers private and dorm rooms which fit best to travelers' needs and budget. All rooms have access to free Wi-Fi and are equipped with air-conditioning. All private rooms are en-suite and have a balcony. There is also a beautiful garden in the back courtyard and a super comfy lobby area where guests can relax and meet and interact with fellow travelers. Free city maps, linens, and towels are included.
51 Yehuda Ha'Levi Street ,
Dorm Bed: $13.00
Overstay is a hostel and home for arts, alternative happenings, and meeting people from all over the world. Located in a former factory in an industrial area within 10 minute's walk to the Beach, Old Jaffa, Flea Market, and Florentine, the hipster capital.
There is an age restriction at the hostel of 18-45. It's a backpackers hostel, so facilities and conditions are basic. Sometimes it's a party or sometimes there's just loud music in the bar. No agenda, no high standard. Just respect and good vibes. The facility offers: free Wi-Fi, free parking, 24/7 reception, free basic Toast and spread breakfast, free coffee and tea, a spacious kitchen, cheap beers and snacks, free walking tour, free computer station, a pool (Summer time), rooftop bar and lounge (summer time), an old bus wagon bar (winter time), and a Ping Pong table. Just out the front door is the 18th century Ottoman Abu Nabut Tomb set to provide water to the convoys heading from Jaffa port to Jerusalem. The Overstay itself resides in a former textile factory located just off the historic border of the first Tel Aviv neighborhoods and Old Jaffa.
Derech Ben Tsvi 47 ,
Dorm Bed: $27.93
This hostel is designed by travelers for travelers. It's a great place to stay if you're looking for a good time. It's clean and modern with all of the amenities you could need ranging from hot showers to a full kitchen and a comfortable lounge where you can chill out and watch some television with other guests. The staff is very friendly and speak English. They're very helpful with any questions you might have.
Guests arrive from all over the world to stay at this festive hostel. You can enjoy the many things provided by the facility including internet service, security lockers, laundry facilities, a television room, a pool table and more. There's also a roof top bar that looks out on the Mediterranean.
There are a range of room options available. These include 4 to 6 bed dorms and private double rooms.
Hayrkon 48 ,
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