Israel: Jerusalem & Tel Aviv

As Israel’s key cities, both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv offer an excellent range of five-star hotels from opulent to contemporary, as well as a good selection of more economical yet still utterly charming boutique options.
Jerusalem Hotels

As you may expect, Israel’s key cities offer a plethora of excellent accommodation choices.

When considering which Jerusalem hotel is for you, there are several important factors including style, location, budget and facilities. Especially relevant in Jerusalem is proximity to the Old City, Old City views, and a pool if you are travelling during the summer months. Luckily, there is no need to research from scratch as here at Pomegranate we have all the answers once we understand your preferences and priorities.

We are able to offer excellent options from five-star old fashioned colonial style luxury, to sumptuous super modern clean line contemporary design, to chic and cheap boutique options located in the New City.

Meanwhile, Tel Aviv is home to some of the most hip and luxurious properties in Israel. In the Rothschild Boulevard area, where you can really feel the life of the city, hotels tend to be boutique in style, ranging from small and economical to the heights of luxury. Most of the boutique hotels do not have pools, though a couple do.

Along the sea front lie the larger, full service beach hotels including well-known international chains, often with pools overlooking the water and beautiful views of the Mediterranean from all around.

We look forward to hearing from you so we can advise as to the best option for you!

  • American Colony, Jerusalem

    The American Colony has a wonderful colonial feel – as the name suggests!

  • Bezalel Hotel, Jerusalem

    This new boutique hotel celebrates Israeli art and design. The hotel is built upon a restored landmark building, to which six new floors have been added.

  • Carlton Hotel, Tel Aviv

    The Carlton Tel Aviv is an ocean front property excellently located right on the water, overlooking the Tel Aviv Marina and very close to the Tel Aviv port (or namal) - one of the city's best loved recreation areas.

  • Cramim, Jerusalem Hills

    This is a new spa hotel with a difference – out with the carrot juice and in with the wine!

  • David Citadel, Jerusalem

    A classically luxurious hotel, decked in pale marble and stone, reflecting the ancient city of Jerusalem.

  • Herbert Samuel, Jerusalem

    The Herbert Samuel is a great option for those seeking a boutique accommodation and good access to the sites of both the Old and New cities of Jerusalem.

  • Kempinski Tel Aviv

    Perched in the centre of the Mediterranean Tel Aviv sea promenade, The David Kempinski is arguably the preeminent hotel for those looking for a Tel Aviv beach experience.

  • Lilly & Bloom, Tel Aviv

    Lily & Bloom, a stylish, new boutique property housed within a restored 1930's Bauhaus architecture-style building, is situated on the crossroads of Neve Tzedek, the city's uber-chic original neighborhood founded in 1877, and the bustling Allenby Street.

  • Mamilla Hotel, Jerusalem

    This is a seriously cool hotel. A Piero Lissoni temple to design, with a clean, contemporary feel, set in perfect relief against the ancient city of Jerusalem.

  • Rothschild 65, Tel Aviv

    Set in an impressive round building on the corner of Rothschild and Nakhmani is the new stylish urban boutique hotel, 65.

  • Royal Beach Tel Aviv

    This gorgeous new Tel Aviv hotel has a clean and contemporary, yet glamorous feel.
    Decked with marble floors, much of the hotel is dressed in sleek blacks and grey, offset by water features, locally created digital art, and glorious natural sunlight which pours in through large glass panes.

  • Shalom & Relax Hotel, Tel Aviv

    Relax in a sophisticated Tel Aviv hotel styled as a beach house.

  • Tal Hotel, Tel Aviv

    Just a minute's walk from Tel Aviv's Metzizim Beach, the exquisitely renovated Tal by the Beach is the ultimate location for those seeking the most fun from the White City.

  • The Arthur, Jerusalem

    This new boutique hotel celebrates a sense of nostalgia, taking its design inspiration from various periods of Jerusalem’s history, including Ottoman and Colonial.

  • The Jaffa

    As you enter the impressive lobby of The Jaffa hotel, one is immediately struck by a large perfectly round painting hanging on the far left hand wall.

  • The King David, Jerusalem

    Since General Allenby marched on the Old City of Jerusalem, people of note - from US presidents to British Prime Ministers to Hollywood stars - have stayed here at Jerusalem's grandest hotel.

  • The Norman, Tel Aviv

    A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group, this new hotel sets the standard.

  • The Orient, Jerusalem

    The newest of Jerusalem’s five star hotels, the Orient offers a nostalgic heritage feel together with the finest modern amenities.

  • The Setai Tel Aviv

    The Setai Tel Aviv is the younger sister hotel to the famous Setai Hotel in Miami.

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