Tal by the Beach is a spectacular new 123 room hotel with comfortable accommodation options for individuals, business travelers, groups, seminars, and events. A complete renovation of the entire hotel took place, transforming Atlas Hotels’ oldest hotel into one of the most impressive beach hotels in the White City. A large investment along with a great amount of time and creative thought was put into the long-awaited project.
Located just a few steps away from Metzizim Beach and the Tel Aviv port, the hotel offers the perfect medium between the bustling city center and the vibrant, young beach culture of Tel Aviv. The beautiful property offers guests a rich Israeli breakfast buffet, in addition to lunch and dinner options, a range of seminar halls, a gym, a sauna and spacious parking.
The Hotel is designed to emphasize and connect a soft and fresh Mediterranean style with the sophisticated urban feel of Tel Aviv. A lovely deck welcomes guests inside and the bright spacious lobby, featuring upscale style and design, further contributes to the arrival experience. Shades of green and purple give colorful splashes to the comfortable and radiant rooms. The hotel features two executive floors and access to the business lounge located on the roof which is perfect for business travelers who desire a convenient office-like feel. One of the highlights is the rooftop terrace, where sunbeds, seating areas, and an open air bar fill the scene, and breathtaking views of the city and the beach cannot be missed.
After long and extensive renovations, we are proud to launch Tal by the Beach in its new and improved form. A full-service boutique hotel that offers a complete hospitality experience and provides suitable accommodation for both business and leisure travelers: an inviting lobby, spacious rooms, a well-equipped gym, a dining room, a business lounge and an unforgettable rooftop terrace.
The definition of comfort and convenience, the hotel resides at the epicenter of all things Tel Aviv, including trendy restaurants, bars, nightclubs, the port, and the designer boutiques of Dizengoff Street.