Renaissance Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, Israel

Virgin rating

The hotel

The best of both worlds, the Renaissance Tel Aviv is positioned overlooking the white sands and turquoise seas, and with the hustle and bustle of the city centre within a short stroll. You can spend your days relaxing at the indoor pool, on the beach or in the whirlpool, or you can choose to explore Tel Aviv and all it has to offer. However you choose to spend your days, you'll be sure to not want to leave!

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Hot tub
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Swimming Pool
  • Beachfront location
  • Close to City Centre

Where is it

Overlooking the beach and ocean, a 20-minute drive to Jaffa Old City, and within walking distance of shops, bars and restaurants. Transfer time from Ben Gurion Airport: 45 minutes.

Hotel information

All rooms and suites have private balcony, air-conditioning, LCD TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, mini-bar*, safe, iron and board, and hairdryer. Comfort Seaview Rooms are 247 sq ft and have views of the ocean, with 1 double bed or twin beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe Seaview Rooms are 247 sq ft and have views of the ocean, with 1 double bed or twin beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Executive Without Lounge Rooms are 247 sq ft and have views of the sea, with 1 double bed or twin beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Executive With Lounge Rooms are as above, but with club lounge access.

Club lounge access includes the following:

  • Complimentary daily breakfast, midday snacks, afternoon tea, hors d'oeuvres and dessert
  • Complimentary non-alcoholic beverages
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Plasma TV
  • Magazines and newspapers

Jaffa Terrace (vegetarian dishes, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). Sabres Restaurant (Mediterranean inspired food, open for lunch and dinner). Africa Dining Hall (open for breakfast). Sports Bar. 24-hour room service*. Indoor swimming pool and whirlpool. Fitness centre. Sauna. Rooftop terrace. Self-parking $25, plus tax per day (payable locally, subject to change). Complimentary WiFi.

* Denotes local charge.

Please note: the Club Lounge is closed on Jewish holiday eves and holidays including Passover, Yom Kippur, and Rosh Hashana.

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Traveller rating

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Apr 20, 2022 bonyl824

they are really trying and giving great service, but the hotel is very outdated, lounge still closed , construction are been done daily, the rooms furniture are very old, direct exit to beach was closed.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great experience

Mar 21, 2022 921RebeccaS Toronto, Canada

We had stayed at the Renaissance Tel Aviv for 2 weeks in February 2022. We have had an excellent stay. The staff was very attentive and caring, everyone tried to make this a very good experience for us. Breakfast was very rich and lots to chose from. I would like to specifically mention and thank Tomer the front desk manager who went above and… Read more
We had stayed at the Renaissance Tel Aviv for 2 weeks in February 2022. We have had an excellent stay. The staff was very attentive and caring, everyone tried to make this a very good experience for us. Breakfast was very rich and lots to chose from. I would like to specifically mention and thank Tomer the front desk manager who went above and beyond to make us feel good and comfortable. We will definitely go back there in future visits. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Beautiful hotel but the employees do not care about people not wearing their masks and coughing on the food.

Mar 12, 2022 JoeyDasa Los Angeles, California

Definitely not Covid awareness. Looks like the employees are sleeping on the job and not focusing on people coughing all over the food. I was there for two weeks and I’ve experienced this every day with people handling food with their masks off coughing on the food which I have many times told the staff.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Excellent stay. Will go again

Mar 6, 2022 Eli R Baltimore, Maryland

Stayed here for 3 nights in March, 2022. I have stayed in many hotels in Israel and this is my first time at the Renaissance. There were a number of pleasant surprises. First check in was a breeze. They parked my car for me (80 NIS per night I thought was reasonable for Tel Aviv). Pro-rip - there is a Hertz rental directly across the street… Read more
Stayed here for 3 nights in March, 2022. I have stayed in many hotels in Israel and this is my first time at the Renaissance. There were a number of pleasant surprises. First check in was a breeze. They parked my car for me (80 NIS per night I thought was reasonable for Tel Aviv). Pro-rip - there is a Hertz rental directly across the street if you need and it can be better to rent from there than at the airport. The room was immaculate. Another bonus - we had a 12 YO child with us and they added an actual bed as apposed to the tiny little fold outs you see elsewhere. Another bonus - they have actual queen sized beds - not 2 singles squished together as is super common in Israel and super annoying to use. Bedding was excellent. Breakfast was excellent. Not the best I have ever had in Tel Aviv but certainly up there. The food from the bar was super fresh and super tasty. The hotel sits directly on the beach and has a rear exit you can go out and be on the beach which was nice. Now for the quibbles- we stayed for the weekend and therfore did Friday night dinner at the hotel. It was rather expensive at 250 NIS per person (not terribly differnt price wise from other Israeli hotels ) but was rather sparse. Don't get me wrong, the food was good, but not amazing and not nearly as good as I have seen elsewhere. It has to do with the clientele the hotel services I think which does not tend to skew to the religious and therefore I think few people are using the shabbat dinner option. While the dining room itself was immaculate and the service great - the exterior facing windows and facia could really use some work - did not bother me much - just saying. Overall I would rate this experience very high and a good value for the price paid which was not overall unreasonable compared to the comps. I plan on using this hotel again when I visit Tel Aviv in the future. Read less
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Nov 13, 2021 Sharon A Ra'anana, HaMerkaz, Israel

The room was very reminiscent of a ship’s stateroom in size and dimensions, seemed very clean and polished, with a beautiful SW sea view (towards Jaffa/Yafo), and had a small balcony that fit 2 small chairs. What ruined our visit was the incessant music blaring from the restaurant below our window, from our 3pm checkin until 1am. It was impossible… Read more
The room was very reminiscent of a ship’s stateroom in size and dimensions, seemed very clean and polished, with a beautiful SW sea view (towards Jaffa/Yafo), and had a small balcony that fit 2 small chairs. What ruined our visit was the incessant music blaring from the restaurant below our window, from our 3pm checkin until 1am. It was impossible to enjoy any peace after our arrival, and sleep was also out of the question as there was no way to block either the horrible racket or the bright lights that shine all night and then in the morning, as the curtains are not opaque. I believe we should have been warned by Reception about the noise on that side of the hotel. (From the next morning, Saturday, it was quieter.) On top of this, the room had some sort of device that caused sudden flashes of shocking bright light, including as I was trying to fall asleep. (I never figured out what the source of this was.) Read less