Trying to find the perfect place to rent on Airbnb can be overwhelming.
If you’re coming to visit the vibrant city of Tel Aviv, there’s over 300 homes to choose from on Airbnb. How do you sift through all of those of options? Going on vacation is supposed to be relaxing! That’s why we’ve hand-picked the most popular spots with the best reviews to make the decision easier for you, so you can arrive to the White City stress-free.
Centrally located in the Yemenite Quarter (Kerem HaTeimanim in Hebrew), this bright and cozy apartment has a very Mediterranean atmosphere. With the exposed brick walls and antique style furnishings, this Airbnb would be the perfect romantic getaway for a couple. It’s just a short stroll from the beach, too. The owners are known for being extremely helpful and accommodating. This Airbnb is one of the highest rated apartments in Tel Aviv—with nearly 200 reviews, it has a perfect 5 star rating for every single category!
Who wouldn’t want to stay in a place with a claw-foot bathtub right next to your bed? This Airbnb is in a gorgeous Bauhaus building nestled in the hip and artsy Florentin neighborhood. This place definitely has a very unique vibe, with high ceilings, exposed brick wall, and, yes, a luxurious bath tub to soak in after a long day exploring the city.
This spot is perfect for families, as it has two bedrooms with king-size beds, plus a pull-out couch in the living room. There’s lots of great amenities, including a dishwasher and an oven (both rarities in Tel Aviv), a flat screen TV with surround sound system, plenty of storage space, and even a Jacuzzi in the bathroom. Best of all, it’s only a 2-minute walk from Gordon Beach.
This is a luxurious spot for families or groups of friends, as it can comfortably fit up to 6 guests. This penthouse has two floors to sprawl out, including a big sun deck complete with a view of the sparkling sea and Jaffa Port. There’s even a private parking garage if you’ll have a car with you—parking is extremely sparse in this city, so this would save you a lot of headache. Guests that have stayed here can’t recommend this spot enough.
Stay in an ancient home that’s over 300 years old in the heart of Old Jaffa. The stone walls and stunning arched ceiling have been left exposed. It’s also just a few steps away from the beach, so you can keep the windows open to allow the salty Mediterranean Sea breeze to naturally ventilate the space. It’s smack dab in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the Jaffa flea market, so if you like being where all the action is, this is the place for you.
About The Author:
Zoë Biehl is a full-time freelance writer and editor with an insatiable passion for travel. Originally from New York, she now happily calls Tel Aviv home.