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Abraham Hostel in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv's hotels are considered very expensive,although you can find some economy price hotels too,and the city has its share of hostels ,but Abraham Hostel,which was recently opened in the center of Tel Aviv,has something to offer also for those who don't consider spending their vacation sleeping in a hostel. The Abraham Hostel, is something between a hotel and a hostel,and is the biggest hostel in Tel Aviv. When you enter the hostel,you see a very nice retro style lobby,which is very welcoming. You can stay in a dorm room (for 4, 6.10 or 12 pax),and there is even one female only dorm. The private rooms are for single travelers,or with twin or double beds. All the rooms in Abraham Hostel,be it a private room,apartment or a dorm room,have their own bathroom and toilet,and breakfast is also included in the room price. They also have have apartments,studio or 2 bedroom apartments.You can see more of the rooms here.

The guest facilities in Abraham Hostel are really nice,with a cool looking dining room area (loved the wall paintings there:),a bar ,a chill out area and a kitchen for the hostel guests. There is a rooftop terrace,a computer station,a laundry room,a TV room and luggage room and safe.

The hostel is located in the heart of the city,close to where it happens,and is within walking distance from the beach. It is also close to few of the main streets of Tel Aviv,with good public transport services.:)

The Abraham Hostel is part of a 3 hostel Abraham hostel chain,and you can find their hostels also in Nasareth and in Jerusalem.

Abraham Hostel also has its own travel company ,Abraham Tours,and you can book tours across Israel or in the neighboring countries. More info on that here .

What a cool hostel this is 🙂 If I did not already live in the Tel Aviv area ,I would certainly stay there on a trip to Tel Aviv,


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Jael, a Finnish food and travel blogger who lives next to Tel Aviv. I have previously lived also in Venezuela and USA. I love to write about the fantastic food scene of Tel Aviv but also about other things in this enegetic city.



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