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  • 1 bedroom

  • 1 bathroom

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This sleek and modern apartment is one of those real city finds that allows you to make the most of the cosmopolitan city life as well as the beach mentality. Just moments from Tel Aviv’s long stretch of sand, this home sits in the creative Nachalat Binyamin neighbourhood, where you can find markets of artisanal objects, eclectic eateries and energetic coffee shops. Inside, you’ll find a contemporary and light-filled space that’s perfect for relaxing in – start your day on the balcony with a shakshouka breakfast before heading out to Jerusalem Beach for a day in the cooling waters. When you return, you’ll love refreshing under the rain shower and sharing a glass of wine on the balcony overlooking the vibrant streets below. We expect you’ll want to make the most of your location and seek out an authentic restaurant serving up charcoaled meats and silky hummus, but if you feel like staying in, the slick kitchen is set up for preparing feasts.


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What to expect


Highlights

Whip up a shakshouka breakfast in the modern and dynamic kitchen

Whip up a shakshouka breakfast in the modern and dynamic kitchen

Jump on Zoom calls and fire off emails from your sleek desk space

Jump on Zoom calls and fire off emails from your sleek desk space

Spend the day on the powdery sands of Jerusalem Beach, a few minutes' walk from your apartment

Spend the day on the powdery sands of Jerusalem Beach, a few minutes' walk from your apartment

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Home truths

    This home is in a central spot with renovations often taking place, so noise is to be expected

    There's a dedicated desk here if you need to catch up on some work during your stay

    You'll have your own private entrance here

    One well-behaved dog is welcome to accompany you during your stay

    There's a washing machine here if you'd like to refresh your laundry during your stay

    Your host can provide a cot for free upon request

About this stay


Amenities

Outdoor seating

Desk

Laptop friendly workspace

Wi-fi

Air conditioning

Pets allowed

Bedrooms & bathrooms

1 bedroom, 3 beds

1 bathroom

Extras


VIP services

Airport pick up

Daily cleaning

Fridge fills

Additional fees

  • There's no free parking at this home, but you can use the paid on-site car park

  • Your host can help arrange airport transfers and a variety of tours and excursions for an additional fee

Additional fees subject to a 3.5% handling charge.

Extras are subject to availability. Please enquire with your host.

Local guide


About Kerem Hateimanim

Nestled in between the Carmel Market and the beach, you'll find Kerem Hateimanim, a small neighbourhood founded by Yemeni immigrants in the 1930s. It’s come a long way since then, and today it’s been taken over by bohemian Tel-Avivians looking for affordable housing. Even though Kerem Hateimanim is in the process of being gentrified, the neighbourhood hasn’t lost the authentic, village-like feel that’s beloved by many. There are still plenty of the original Yemenite restaurants around, which are worth a visit, even if you don’t end up staying in this part of the city.

Explore the area

Local restaurants, cafes, museums, sites and activities, recommended by our community of hosts and travel experts

Sample the menu at Thai House

Sample the menu at Thai House

Run by a local couple, this is one of the most popular restaurants for Thai food.

7 min
Spend a day relaxing at Banana Beach

Spend a day relaxing at Banana Beach

With its mix of beach and water sports, Banana Beach is a good destination for those looking for a fun day at the beach. Less busy than others, it’s still lively, especially on Fridays.

8 min
Practice your Matkot skills at Geula Beach

Practice your Matkot skills at Geula Beach

Also known as ‘Matkot’ beach, Geula Beach is a popular spot for locals playing the Israeli-invented game that’s somewhat similar to beach tennis.

6 min
Explore 20th-century Israeli art at Rubin Museum

Explore 20th-century Israeli art at Rubin Museum

View beautiful panorama paintings of Israel’s landscape by artist Reuven Rubin. If you’re interested in art, this is a must!

7 min
Enjoy some of the best meat at M25

Enjoy some of the best meat at M25

Right outside of Shuk Hacarmel, you'll find one of Tel Aviv's best-kept secrets. M25 is an amazing meat restaurant with high-quality meat .

9 min
Head to Moon for tasty sushi

Head to Moon for tasty sushi

In the mood for sushi? As one of the finest sushi bars in all of Tel Aviv, Moon serves some seriously delicious sushi for all foodies out there.

8 min
View Israeli art at the Center for Contemporary Art

View Israeli art at the Center for Contemporary Art

The Center for Contemporary Art is Israel’s most prominent institution for showcasing experimental contemporary art. It's a vibrant place of inspiration, provocation, and reflection

11 min
Wine and dine at upscale Mashya

Wine and dine at upscale Mashya

Mashya is one of the best restaurants in Tel Aviv mixing Israeli and modern European cuisines. The food is made from high-quality produce and served in a warm atmosphere.

10 min
Savour some Russian-inspired food at Baba Yaga

Savour some Russian-inspired food at Baba Yaga

Are you in the mood for some Russian-inspired food? Look no further, Baba Yaga is the place you're searching for!

8 min
Go for a walk in Meir Park

Go for a walk in Meir Park

Meir Park is a little green oasis in the heart of Tel Aviv. If you don't feel like walking, you can always play basketball, ping pong or go to the outdoor gym.

10 min
Try One of Prozdor's Gourmet Burgers

Try One of Prozdor's Gourmet Burgers

Choose from over 20 styles of mouthwatering burgers to pair with craft beer and wine. A must-visit for food enthusiasts in Tel Aviv.

10 min

Get around

Airport

Ben Gurion

31 min

Haifa

1 hr 25 min

Train station

Tel Aviv-Hashalom

17 min

Bus stop

Dizengoff Square/Reines

14 min

Local shops & services

Convenience store

3 min

Cafe

3 min

Pharmacy

3 min

Points of interest

Beach

Tel Aviv Beach

3 min

Booking policies


House Rules

Children welcome (1-12 years)

Infants welcome (under 12 months)

Pets welcome

No smoking

No parties or events

Good to know

Arrival from 15:00

Departure before 11:00

Has a lift

Air con

Wifi

Cancellation policy

  • Up until

    5

    days

    Cancel at least 5 days before your check-in date for a full refund.

  • Not eligible for a refund once your check-in date is under 5 days away.

Host


This home is managed by Omer

This home is managed directly by a business. A member of their staff will be your point of contact before and during your stay. Maria and her team are all young Tel Avivians, eager to welcome you to their hometown. All are experienced hosts and know what it takes to create a good stay. Reach out if you have any questions, they’re always happy to help.

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