It’s as if Neve Tsedek was practically designed to incorporate boutique hotels in it, with their quaint and poetic charm, and you have several options to choose from. Don’t expect, however, these quality, meticulously designed accomodations, and in a yuppie neighborhood to boot, to come cheap. In any event, do be sure to book in advance.
Neve Tsedek Boutique Hotel (4 Dgania), with an almost all-white modern interior design, is set in the old world surrounding, and the building itself figures on the municipality’s preservation list. The Nina Café Suites Hotel (29 Shabazi) is more colorful, albeit with a modern design as well.
If you prefer to stay in “regular” five star hotels on the beach, just on the south side of the promenade, right on the neighborhood’s doorstep, go to the world class David Intercontinental Hotel (12 Keufman) or the top end to the Dan Panorama Hotel (Charles Clore Garden).