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Recent Israel property reviews

  • Great Jerusalem Apartment - German Colony / Katamon

    "My family, my wife, 17 yr old son and myself stayed in the Royalinn & Suliman's court apartments this past Pessach. The apartments were exactly as advertised. They were clean and very comfortable. I was extremely satisfied with the cleanliness of the apartment. It is also a nice size as we did not feel cramped even with a few extras folk who slept over during the Chag. Well located being 3 blocks from Emek Refaim, with all its restaurants and supermarket etc. Not a bad walk to the city center and Kottel perhaps 25 – 30 min. Aviva and her entire family were an absolute pleasure. Nothing ever too much even getting a few extra pieces of Shmurah matzah when we ran short. We would definitely come back."
    Guest: Fred Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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  • Vacation in TLV

    "Apartment accurately describe on the internet, very convenient and modern. Lots of space, as we were 2 families, the area is very quiet and safe. The parking is a great advantage if you are renting a car. Dor was really great, always here to help if needed and very accessible. He made everything to ensure that our stay (3 weeks) was the best. Great apartment also if you have teenagers, as you are 10 min from the beach and 5 min from Dizingoff center. The area is real nice as you have all sorts of different trendy restaurants and coffee shops and you are really feeling part of the city. I will recommend the apartment and Dor to my family and friends."
    Guest: Twins2 Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: August 23, 2013
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  • Great home base for exploring Jerusalem

    "My husband and I stayed here for 6 weeks upon moving to Jerusalem and it served our needs very well overall. The owners have done a wonderful job ensuring that every detail about the property is neat, clean, functional, and representative of the kind of high quality you would expect in America. While the apartment is small, the space is used very efficiently - despite having 9 suitcases' worth of things, we were able to pack most of it away. The bathroom in particular is really nice by Israeli standards, the bed linens were of a nice quality, the bed was comfortable, and the lighting was cozy. The cable TV and high-speed Internet worked without a hitch every time, and the kitchenette was sufficiently equipped to cook for ourselves during our stay. The owners, who live next door, are responsive but not intrusive. The neighborhood has a nice feeling, and there is a park right next to the apartment that has swings and is a favorite hangout for neighborhood kids. We walked almost everywhere in central Jerusalem from there. Especially nice is the Sherover Promenade that winds up into the hills overlooking the Old City - it's about 5K roundtrip and makes for a very nice morning or evening walk. Overall, a great home base for exploring Jerusalem."
    Guest: CB Date of Stay: August 2012 Review Submitted: September 30, 2012
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  • Friendly and helpful hosts to a stranger in a strange land

    "Matty is one of the best hosts I have encountered in many VRBO-type rentals. Got him up at the crack of dawn (sorry!) and he most graciously ran through everything on the spot; took me at my word that I would pay on arrival (no deposit) and made sure I had what I needed - directions to places, free parking (a challenge in Jerusalem!), amenities (laundry, shopping, grocery, post, cambio). The house itself is a well-converted utility building of some sort and fully functional. I would have liked some more towels, but that's hardly a big deal. All the basic kitchen and bed/bath needs were there, along with cable, maps, WiFi, etc. The two dogs are characters! (they bark a little but only when disturbed by intruders, and quickly quiet down). The owners had a small gathering while I was there, kindly invited me, and gave me the leftover watermelon (very welcome in the heat)! All in all - if it's "next year in Jerusalem" or some subsequent year, I would stay in a heartbeat."
    Guest: Frostbacks Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 25, 2014
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Tel Aviv Travel Tips

Traveling to Tel Aviv Vacation Rentals

Tel Aviv is home to Israel’s primary airport, The Ben Gurion International Airport. It is located a short drive from the city center. The airport hosts airlines from North America and Europe and there are regularly scheduled direct flights between these destinations. To get from the airport into the city, you can arrange a private transfer with a tour company, use a taxi or make use of the efficient public transport system. Public transport options include regularly scheduled connections by bus or rail. Just outside of Tel Aviv is Haifa Port. This is a popular cruise docking port and many visitors to Israel stop here as part of a cruise itinerary. Once in Tel Aviv, public transport is your best option for getting around. If you have specific interests that you would like to explore, look into hiring a vehicle with a local tour guide who will be able to take you around to see the sights.

Visitors to Tel Aviv Vacation Apartments

People travel to Tel Aviv for different reasons. Located not far from Jerusalem, Tel Aviv attracts many visitors with either Jewish or Christian religious interests. There are also several significant Muslim sites in the ancient city that attract pilgrims at certain times of the year. For regular visitors to Tel Aviv, much of the attraction is the city’s amazing beaches and vibrant nightlife. Tel Aviv is a bustling modern city with many interests for the young traveler. Shopping is yet another attraction for young and happening globetrotters.

Attractions near Tel Aviv Lodging

Tel Aviv has a rich assortment of cultural attractions, historic sites and museums. It is a land of ancient history that is wonderfully interwoven with modern culture. Special events happen throughout the year celebrating Israel’s heritage. One such event is the vocal musical festival that is held at the ancient monasteries in Abu Gosh. Twice a year during Sukkot and Shavot, choirs from around the world come together to participate in the festivals. Operas and other musical events are often held in and around Tel Aviv’s historic sites.

Because of its proximity to Jerusalem, many people who stay at Israel vacation rentals in Tel Aviv take day tours to see the sites in Jerusalem. There are many places that are significant to both Christians and Jews. The Western Wailing Wall, the garden of Gethsemane, and the tomb where Jesus is believed to have been laid are all must-sees within Jerusalem.

Tel Aviv’s beaches and warm Mediterranean climate attract many tourists each year. There is a great beach vibe with loads of activities that take place on the beachfront throughout the summer season. Beach volleyball, beach tennis, surfing and tanning are the most popular pastimes. The beaches are lined with kiosks from which you can purchase refreshments. In the evenings, the beachfront bars and restaurants become a hive of activity.

Seasons to Travel to Tel Aviv

As Tel Aviv is located on the Mediterranean coast, it enjoys the best of Israel’s climate. Hot sunny summers and mild winters make the city a popular year-round destination. The summer months are from April to October and tend to be humid with occasional rain showers. The peak tourist season is during the European summer holidays which are the months of July and August. The days are long and hot and enjoyed by the many beachgoers. The winters are relatively mild with warm days and only slightly cool nights. Be aware that if traveling to Jerusalem the temperatures are colder there, especially in the wintertime. Sightseeing in and around Tel Aviv can be enjoyed year-round.

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