Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel

Tel Aviv, Israel

The hotel

If you'd like the best of both worlds from your holiday, then look no further. The Sheraton Tel Aviv boasts a beachfront spot, but also is just steps from local nightlife and shopping. There's delicious restaurants for you to enjoy all day long, as well as a rooftop pool to dive into and a luxury spa. And that's before you've even thought about the city itself - with so much to explore and sightseeing to be done, you'll be spoilt for choice on how to spend your days (and nights!).

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Free Parking
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Beachfront location
  • Close to City Centre
  • Children's Pool

Where is it

On the beachfront, overlooking Gordon Beach and Frishman Beach, and a short stroll from local bars, restaurants and nightlife. Transfer time from Ben Gurion Airport: 45 minutes.

Hotel information

318 rooms and suites. All with private balcony, air-conditioning, TV, mini-bar*, tea and coffee-making facilities, iron and board, safe, bathrobes, bath amenities, and hairdryer. Deluxe Seaview Rooms are located on floors 3-11 and are 269 sq ft, with views of the ocean and 1 queen-size bed or twin beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. 

Deluxe Seafront Rooms are on floors 3-11 with panoramic views of the ocean, and are 269 sq ft, with 1 queen-size bed or twin beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. 

Premium Seaview Rooms are on floors 12-15 with views of the Marina or Jaffa, and are 269 sq ft, with 1 queen-size bed or twin beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. 

Premium Seafront Rooms are on floors 12-15 with panoramic views of the ocean, and are 269 sq ft, with 1 queen-size bed or twin beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. 

Club Seaview Rooms are on floors 16-20 with views of the Marina or Jaffa, and are 269 sq ft with access to the Club Lounge, and 1 queen-size bed or twin beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. 

Club Seafront Rooms are on floors 16-20 with full panoramic views of the ocean, and are 269 sq ft with access to the Club Lounge, and 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults. 

Junior Suites are on floors 4-11 and are 377 sq ft, with views of the city, a living area with walk-in closet and sofa bed, plus access to the Club Lounge, and 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 3 adults. 

Jaffa Suites are on floors 7-11 and are 538 sq ft, with views of the ocean and the old city, or Jaffa, a separate living room and bedroom, plus access to the Club Lounge, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Marina Suites are on floors 4-20 and are 484 sq ft, with views of the coastline and marina, a separate living room and bedroom, plus access to the Club Lounge, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Mediterranean Suites are on floors 12-19 and are 646 sq ft, with views of the ocean, separate living room and dining area, full-length bathtub window overlooking the sea, plus access to the Club Lounge, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Club Lounge access includes (only available to guests aged 18 years and above):

  • Dedicated check-in on the 18th floor
  • All-day refreshments
  • Live cooking
  • Daily newspapers

Surfside Seaview Restaurant (open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). Deck 115 Pool Restaurant & Bar (open for lunch and dinner). 24-hour room service*. Rooftop swimming pool and separate children's pool. Fitness centre. Horizon Spa*. Complimentary WiFi. Complimentary valet parking.

* Denotes local charge.

Please note: rollaway beds are available at a rate of $60 per night (payable locally, subject to change).

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Oct 27, 2021 Leo J

Stayed in this hotel with my wife for an extended stay. Thanks Tal Yana Yoran Isaac Henry and the rest of staff I just can’t remember all the names but it just was super easy everything we needed no problem, no drama it was such a pleasure. This hotel has far exceeded our expectations for friendliness cleanliness location and overall… Read more
Stayed in this hotel with my wife for an extended stay. Thanks Tal Yana Yoran Isaac Henry and the rest of staff I just can’t remember all the names but it just was super easy everything we needed no problem, no drama it was such a pleasure. This hotel has far exceeded our expectations for friendliness cleanliness location and overall atmosphere. Food was great , tons of amenities , events and things going on all the time. I must say that it did not feel like Covid or anything at all different than last year besides the requests to wear a mask. It almost felt normal and we were able to forget about the pandemic for a minute … until our flight of course :) Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating JUST A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE! THANK YOU HENRI, YANA AND ANASTASIA!

Oct 13, 2021 tamtzvi Riverdale, New York

We have stayed at this hotel ten times over the last ten years, and each stay has been wonderful. I read the previous reviews, and yes the service is a little challenging due to Coveid. However, the staff were so courteous in their requesting masks, and its pretty clear why they would have to cut down on certain expenses. The renovation is… Read more
We have stayed at this hotel ten times over the last ten years, and each stay has been wonderful. I read the previous reviews, and yes the service is a little challenging due to Coveid. However, the staff were so courteous in their requesting masks, and its pretty clear why they would have to cut down on certain expenses. The renovation is simply beautiful and makes the whole experience even nicer. The food by the pool is excellent, and we ate outside in the Sukkah (part of the Sukkot holiday) by the pool which was just spectacular. The rooms are renovated and the staff, especially Henri, Yana, and Anastasia, were friendly faces and it made us feel like we were coming home again! Great location, great restaurants nearby, great hotel!! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Best hotel in Tel Aviv!

Oct 12, 2021 dgr11268 New Jersey

I have long been a fan of the Sheraton Tel Aviv - and with the recently completed renovations the hotel is perfect! I visit the hotel (from the US) for both business and vacation. It has the best location (beaches, restaurants, walking) pool, amenities and service - best in Tel Aviv. Most recently, I vacationed at the hotel with my daughter and… Read more
I have long been a fan of the Sheraton Tel Aviv - and with the recently completed renovations the hotel is perfect! I visit the hotel (from the US) for both business and vacation. It has the best location (beaches, restaurants, walking) pool, amenities and service - best in Tel Aviv. Most recently, I vacationed at the hotel with my daughter and friends. The trip was perfect - and special appreciation to KEREN and SHARON in the reservations department for helping coordinate a perfect stay. Love the Sheraton Tel Aviv! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Hands Down the Best Hotel in Tel Aviv

Oct 11, 2021 lj601 Doha, Qatar

As a Marriott Titanium member , I stay almost exclusively in Marriotts. I have toured every Marriott property in Israel and I absolutely love this hotel. What constitutes a good stay? mostly its food , cleanliness, location etc. This hotel has it all of course but most importantly the energy of the staff. They really make you feel comfortable. I… Read more
As a Marriott Titanium member , I stay almost exclusively in Marriotts. I have toured every Marriott property in Israel and I absolutely love this hotel. What constitutes a good stay? mostly its food , cleanliness, location etc. This hotel has it all of course but most importantly the energy of the staff. They really make you feel comfortable. I stayed at Ritz Carlton and everyone just seemed super stressed and the staff was simply just not at ease. I guess the clients are different and more demanding and price is way higher, but the stay here was much more comfortable. The manager Tal here is always asking if you need anything. I got so many benefits from free food and other stuff simply because the lounge was closed. There is always important people here from the Russian embassy across the street having meetings here , to the Political figures that make meetings here you always feel like VIP just being here. You are right on the water so the view and location cant be beat. I was supposed to stay in a few different hotels and cancelled all and stayed here exclusively because the experience in Hertzliya and Jaffa etc just wasnt as good. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Don't stay here until the hotel fully reopens post COVID

Aug 27, 2021 K9Sprocket Seattle

I have a love/hate relationship with this hotel - I have stayed many times, but this was my first stay in a COVID world, and I wouldn't come back in a COVID world. As others have stated, the renovation was well done. Elevators, lobby, and room (make sure you get one that was renovated) are clean and modern. Here is why this property only gets a… Read more
I have a love/hate relationship with this hotel - I have stayed many times, but this was my first stay in a COVID world, and I wouldn't come back in a COVID world. As others have stated, the renovation was well done. Elevators, lobby, and room (make sure you get one that was renovated) are clean and modern. Here is why this property only gets a 2/5 right now: They are charging more per night than they did pre-COVID. >USD$500/night for a standard room. Yet, the lounge is closed, the restaurant is closed, the beach access is closed, the valet parking is closed. The management at this property should google "price elasticity of demand". The reason the hotel is empty (and therefore why they can't open these services) is because they are charging more than ever before and the same amount as the Ritz Carlton (where everything is open and the rooms are much larger and nicer). Every other high end hotel we stayed in around Israel was full - why would you stay here when you could stay at the Ritz for the same price? Or maybe if they opened up the services at this hotel, more people would come. Let's dig in. The lounge is closed. As a Platinum++ member with Marriott, I have gotten accustomed to hanging out in the lounge - watching the sunset, enjoying a complimentary beverage or two, and snacking between meals. I can appreciate that with occupancy down, it may not make sense to keep the lounge open. So what do they offer instead? 1 free drink and appetizer per day per room. Ok, except the restaurant is closed, so your choice is basically french fries and 1 drink. Did I mention the room rate was >$500? The restaurant is closed. You can't order in and eat in any public area because it violates kosher rules. If you stay here, you will have to eat out every night - and the nearby Renaissance's restaurant is also closed, so your choice is crappy beach food or a 15+ minute walk further into Tel Aviv. The music at the pool - every 5 minutes a Progressive Insurance advertisement would play, after which a message "sign up for a paid subscription to avoid hearing these ads". The beach access is closed. That means you have to go to the lobby, get towels (they were out both times we went), walk all the way around the hotel and then across to the beach - in both directions - uphill on the way back. When I asked why the beach access was closed, they claimed it was a COVID requirement. Except that there is a sign on the beach access door that says it's open Fridays/Saturdays. So on Fridays/Saturdays the hotel decides to splurge for a staff member at the lower door. Give me a break. Our room was modern, clean, and had a great sea-view (what I paid for, not an upgrade). Except the air conditioner is a +/- system with no temperature setting. The lowest setting gets the room to about 72F - that was disappointing in a newly renovated room. In summary, what a shame. Such a nice hotel with so many memorable experiences because hotel management is being excessively stingy. Pick a choice: lower your rates and communicate up front that everything is closed so all you get is a clean room. Or keep rates high and use that revenue to offer a full-service experience to your guests. Read less