A modern 3 bedroom apartment with an amazing balcony, located in the heart of Tel Aviv on the lively Dizengoff street. Situated a five minute walk from Gordon beach. This home offers the perfect combination of the fast paced big city scene of Tel Aviv and the relaxing, vacation vibe of the beach. Perfect for friends or family's with a desire stay in the part of the city that will accommodate all needs.
Both the building and the 135 sqm (1453sqft) apartment were renovated recently. There is a large balcony overlooking the main street of dizengoff with room to accommodate 9 people. The living room is comprised of floor to ceiling windows that let in all the sun with none of the noise. There are electric shutters on all the windows so you can let in as much or as little light as you want. The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking and baking. In the Master Bedroom there is a bathroom with a Spa Shower. The Building is secured with an entrance code as well as an elevator.
the front door is fitted with an E-lock, guest will receive the code a day before check in. The guests will have full access to all rooms and bathrooms with the exception of a single storage unit in the master bedroom. there are storage units in all rooms available to the guests.
1 queen bed
2 queen beds, 1 single bed
1 queen bed
About Tel Aviv
Travel to Tel Aviv to take in the modern, somewhat European lifestyle in this Middle Eastern metropolis and explore its many gorgeous beaches, well-curated museums, classic Bauhaus architecture and exciting nightlife. Residents of The White City take great pride in their hometowns modernity and are always excited to share its many sights and attractions with visitors, but be sure to prep with our Tel Aviv travel guide before taking in the best of this Mediterranean city.
Things Not to Miss in Tel Aviv
Spend a day cooling off in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and basking on any one of the sandy beaches along Shlomo Lahat Promenade
Rent some wheels and explore this extremely bike-friendly city
Visit the nearby town of Jaffa, the second oldest port city in the world, and home to a large Arab population
Catch a performance by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at the Tel Aviv Culture Palace
Pick up unique spices and souvenirs at the Carmel Market
Experience Tel Avivs youthful side in the super-hip Florentine neighborhood
Enjoy a free tour of the citys Bauhaus architecture
Spend the day in Hayarkon Park, Israels largest urban park
Walk along the shaded pedestrian greenway known as Sderot Rothschild
Take in the artwork at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art