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Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel

No other spot in Tel Aviv offers such a sublime combination of work and play, with thoroughly updated meeting and event spaces nestled within a full-service luxury hotel. Your comfortable air-conditioned accommodation features a private balcony with fabulous views, well-lit work desk, wireless Internet, in-room safe and mini-bar. Before enjoying a hearty breakfast buffet, take a dip in the indoor swimming pool or rejuvenate yourself in the on-site fitness gym. After a long day of meetings or sightseeing, rest your eyes or relax with a good book on our sun deck. While there are many wonderful local dining options, our onsite restaurants and cafes are both convenient and delicious. We're sure you will find the Renaissance Tel Aviv as enjoyable as we do.


Itzik Hagadol

Adventurous foodies can sample their skewered specialties from exotic cuts like cow udder, goose hearts and lamb spine.
Itzik Hagadol went from humble beginnings to being a tourist favorite in Tel Aviv. The reasonably-priced menu embodies traditional Israeli flavors. Start off with Middle Eastern classics like baba ghanoush, hummus, salads, and homemade laffa bread. Skewered specialties, locally called shipudim, include kebabs, lamb chops, sea bass and veal tenderloin. Feast on their hearty portions with a bottle of wine. Also on offer are grilled internal organs like goose liver, calf tonsils, chicken heart and cow udder, that are not for the faint-hearted.
Address: 3 David Raziel Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
Phone: +972 57 943 8970
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 2 mi
food / 2 mi

Design Museum Holon

The beautiful, futuristic structure of this Ron Arad-designed building is a design spectacle in itself.
Address: St. Stephen's Gate (Lion's) 8, Holon, 58459, Israel
Phone: +972 73 215 1515
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
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MIZLALA BY MEIR ADONI

The hottest restaurant in town, Mizlala serves creative middle-eastern tapas-style dishes and spectacular desserts made by Chef Meir Adoni.
After the success of his classy eatery 'Catit', Chef Meir Adoni is back with Mizlala. This eatery serves tapas-inspired minimalist dishes. But the minimalism doesn't restrict creativity, as the menu boasts of sensational dishes from the middle-eastern cuisine. Adoni uses his creative culinary expertise and serves dishes like Rump Bruschetta, Palestinian Tartar, Calamari Carbonara, Mussels Skillet ‘de Jour’. Post-meal fantastic desserts await, but you can even try their cocktails. A must-visit restaurant for a fine evening dinner and drinks and if you're lucky, you might even spot a local celebrity.
Address: Nahalat Binyamin 57, Tel Aviv, Israel
Phone: +972 3 566 5505
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 2.2 mi
food / 2.2 mi

Lalo Treasures

Choose from decorative necklaces, pendants, home decor and candle-holders at this independent store owned by the talented artist Orna Lalo.
The flagship store of Lalo Treasures has a lot to offer in terms of colorful jewelries, table-top souvenirs, accessories and home decor products. Located on the Dizengof Street, this store mainly features designs by artist Orna Lalo who has dedicated more than 20 years in designing of these products. Decked with beautiful creations, this store is a perfect place to shop for gifts to take back home.
Address: 242 Dizengof Street, Tel Aviv, 61999, Israel
Phone: +972 3 544 4523
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 0.8 mi
shop / 0.8 mi

HaTachana

Jaffa's old train station has been renovated into a nice market and complex full of unique local shops and popular restaurants.
HaTachana occupies Tel Aviv's old railway station, Jaffa, and has transformed this once decaying entity into one of the trendiest spots in the city to soak in the Tel Avivi culture. Lined with swanky boutiques and lovely cafes, this complex also plays host to live entertainment and exhibitions that attract a large number of locals and tourist throngs. Truly the cultural pulse of the city.
Address: HaMered, Ashkelon, Tel Aviv, Israel
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM,Friday from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM,Saturday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 1.8 mi
shop / 1.8 mi

HaTraklin

For rare, artisan Israeli wines, this warm and inviting wine bar is a sure thing. As for the food, the meat and desserts shine.
The ambiance at HaTraklin in Tel Aviv has the magnetic charm to transport you to a hip Parisian brasserie, complete with illuminated planetoids dripping from the high ceiling. It features an extensive selection of Israeli wine, locally vinicultured to perfection. To complement the divine vino collection, indulge in some traditional Tel Avivi cuisine for a sumptuous taste of the Mediterranean city.
Address: Nahalat Binyamin 41, Tel Aviv, 65165, Israel
Phone: +972 3 566 0013
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 1.4 mi
drink / 1.4 mi

Seatara

This elegant seaside restaurant is very popular for its amazing views accompanied by Italian and Mediterranean dishes.
Seatara, in Tel Aviv, promises some of the best magnificent coastal views. Take a seat at the alfresco dining area overlooking the Mediterranean sea, and feast your eyes on the mesmerizing horizon as you watch the ocean swallow up the sun. Alternatively dine indoors in the company of majestic chandeliers, antique decor, timeless photography and contemporary furnishings. In addition, the Italian and Mediterranean cuisine on offer definitely matches up to an ambiance that beautiful and inviting.
Address: Rosenblum Hertzel 8, Sea & Sun, Tel Aviv, 69200, Israel
Phone: +972 57 944 3447
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 4.8 mi
food / 4.8 mi

Tel Aviv Port

This waterfront area is one of the main entertainment and nightlife hubs of the city, full of trendy clubs, bars and restaurants.
Tel Aviv Port, the historic, commercial hub on the Mediterranean coastline, is today, an aspiring Times Square. Lined by some of the most happening bars, nightclubs and restaurants, this is the place to be if you're looking to maximize your Tel Avivi nightlife experience. Playing host to the hottest live entertainment, engaging recreational activities and a variety of cultural programs, this place prides itself on being the city's social capital.
Address: Tel Aviv Port, Tel Aviv, Israel
Phone: +972 3 544 1505
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 1.2 mi
see / 1.2 mi

The Cat & The Dog

If you're looking for a wild night out, this hot club is the perfect place as the party doesn't really get going until around 2am.
As the sun comes down on the The White City, things start to heat up at The Cat & The Dog. Open until the wee hours of the morning, this happening nightclub promises nothing short of a wild time. Bartenders shake up some venomous concoctions while some of the hottest DJs spin their eclectic mixes. With the party kick-starting no sooner than 2am, this magnetic club guarantees an unforgettable night in Tel Aviv.
Address: Carlebach 23, Tel Aviv, 67132, Israel
Phone: +972 50 499 6683
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 1.6 mi
drink / 1.6 mi

The Dancing Camel

Israel's first microbrewery is a favorite of American ex-pats for brews and football. The house specialty is their 10% Golem beer.
The Dancing Camel microbrewery, the first of its kind in Israel, shares its space with the traditionally decorated bar, a popular choice among locals and foreigners alike. This beer laboratory prides itself on handcrafting some of the finest brews, ales and stouts in Tel Aviv. Sample a variety of beers on tap, like the Cherry Vanilla stout, American ale and Golem beer, while enjoying some telecasted footballing action.
Address: HaTaasiya 12, Tel Aviv, 67138, Israel
Phone: +972 3 624 2783
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 1.9 mi
drink / 1.9 mi

Enki by V.v

Located in a lively outdoor pedestrian zone, the chic and casual styles from this local designer speak to an exuberant clientele.
The styles at this charming boutique display a delightful, youthful exuberance and a slight retro aesthetic. Located on a a busy pedestrian shopping zone, the shop is frequented by chic, elegant Israeli ladies who might be known to “do” lunch. Expect to see drapey, body conscious cuts and silky fabrics.
Address: 38 Mohaliver, Midrachov Nahalat Biniamin, Tel Aviv, Israel
Phone: +972 3 527 4335
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 1.1 mi
shop / 1.1 mi

Gordon Beach

One of the more popular beaches in the city, people come here to soak up the sun and go for a swim. Take a dip in the saltless Gordon Pool.
After you have tired yourself by exploring the captivating Tel Aviv, it's time to hit the Gordon Beach. This stretch of sand thrives with sunbathers lounging around, kids and adults playing in the volleyball court, and people splashing in the swimming pool. This relaxing atmosphere is great to unwind and watch the sun go down. There's also the beachside Gordo Restaurant to refuel yourself with appetizing snacks and drinks.
Address: Retsif Herbert Samuel & Gordon, Tel Aviv, 63432, Israel
Hotel: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
Distance: 0.1 mi
see / 0.1 mi

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121 Hayarkon Street Tel Aviv 63453 Israel +972 3 521 5555 Book now

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  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC Fragrance
  • Fitness Center
  • Multi-Cultural Cuisine
  • Indoor Pool
  • Whirlpool
  • Solarium
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning

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Tel Aviv, Israel
Address: 121 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv, 63453, Israel
Phone: +972 3 521 5555
Venue: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
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Jazz piano tunes in the Lobby Lounge 1+1 on house wines

Tel Aviv, Israel
Address: 121 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv, 63453, Israel
Phone: +972 3 521 5555
Venue: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
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Candle lighting in the Europa Bar

Tel Aviv, Israel
Address: 121 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv, 63453, Israel
Phone: +972 3 521 5555
Venue: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel
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Oriental food tasting

Enjoy complimentary tasting of Fallafel, Hummus, Tahini & Pita bread in the Sports Bar

Enjoy complimentary tasting of Fallafel, Hummus, Tahini & Pita bread in the Sports Bar

Tel Aviv, Israel
Address: 121 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv, 63453, Israel
Phone: +972 3 521 5555
Venue: Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel