This mammoth hostel is one of the best places to meet other travellers, and it has some of the cleanest and best-kept budget rooms. It offers excellent suites for couples or families with bathrooms, kitchenettes and TVs; it also operates tours in town and around Israel. The dining hall doubles as a venue for (often loud) live bands and comedy.
Staff are friendly, multicultural and multilingual (we met Palestinian and Swiss receptionists).
Set in a building that was once run by a telecom company, it consists of four floors, a large reception and a rooftop terrace where you can do your laundry or laze around on sofas with a beer. A massive boost to Tel Aviv tourism, the Abraham Hostel was founded by Maoz Inon, owner of its Jerusalem branch as well as Nazareth’s Fauzi Azar Inn. Inon’s philosophy is clear – bring travellers back to the Middle East and create world peace. Simple.
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv is located in the Tel Aviv City-Centre district, 600 metres from Independence Hall Museum and 700 metres from Shenkin Street. This air-conditioned hostel has a terrace and views of the city. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. All simply furnished rooms feature a refrigerator and a private bathroom with shower. There is a 24-hour front desk at the property. Bike hire is available at this hostel and the area is popular for cycling. Nachalat Benyamin Crafts Fair is a 15-minute walk from Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv, while Meir Park is 1.3 km away. Ben Gurion Airport is 16 km from the property.
Based on local tax laws, Israeli citizens must pay VAT. This tax is not automatically calculated in the total cost of the reservation and must be paid at the property. Please note that this property is not Kosher. Please note that guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent and cannot be accommodated in dormitories. When booking for more than 10 guests, different policies and additional supplements may apply.