Florentine Backpackers Hostel

10, Elifelet Street, Tel Aviv, Israel

Description

Welcome to the Florentine Hostel !please notice our age restriction is 18-45Right around the corner of the Florentine Street lives happily an intimate, home-style, youth hostel. Located less then 3 minutes walk from the center of the up-and-coming Florentine neighborhood of Tel Aviv and 10-15 minutes walk from many other attractions (beach, train station and central bus station, old jaffa, and center of town) . We have a small number of rooms, including two dormitories, keeping the atmosphere here personal and friendly. The spirit of the Florentine Hostel is young and vibrant – a place to feel at home, meet fellow travellers and other backpackers, relax, make friends, and absorb the Tel Aviv vibe. Guests at the hostel share a cosy indoor lounge, a fully equipped communal kitchen, and the spacious rooftop terrace where they can enjoy their morning coffee, take a meal together, trade stories and travel tips, or just relax and enjoy their time.With easy access to all of Tel Aviv by foot and nearby bus lines, we’re certain you’ll find the Florentine Hostel a great place to set out from in the morning, and a relaxing place to return to at night. Tel Aviv-JaffaTel Aviv-Jaffa is the largest city in Israel and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The city is at the heart of Israeli society and represents the coming together of Israel’s contemporary life and its ancient roots. A tourist can find pretty much anything that he is looking for here – from the ancient buildings of Old Jaffa, to the century old Bauhaus buildings of the White City, from the business district, to the diverse social centers and old-style markets. Tel Aviv stays warm for the better part of the year, so come prepared to enjoy the fine beaches anytime between February and October! You will also find here the broad array of galleries, museums, theatres, and other cultural centres for which Tel Aviv is known. Last But Not Least… The Israelis!Israelis are a genuine and warm people who are as eager to make new friends as they are happy to point a stranger in the right direction. Although sometimes perceived as rude or pushy, Israelis are actually very generous by nature. Whether on the bus, or in the market, you will find locals who will be pleased to practice their excellent English and make your acquaintance! ----------------------------------------------------------------------General Info----------------------------------------------------------------------* Age restriction : 18-45 !!!!Reception hours: 9.00 - 22:00!!!Please note we don't have a 24-hour reception but i've you contact us in advance and we will guide you in*late night arrivals- if you are planning to arrive later than reception hours we require a minimum stay of two nights, else your reservation will be cancelled..* No smoking inside the rooms (we have spacious terraced roof) * Passport is a must! ( we keep our place for travelers, and friends only) *Check in & out: check-out at 11:00, check-in at 14:00.We offer 6 and 8 bed mixed dorm room 6 Female dorm room,Private rooms with double bed and communal bathroom and showers. Private rooms with private bathroomall bed are well kept clean and comfortable with think mattresses and clean sheets and towels provided.Free Wifi and Free internet!Free coffee and tea! Free safety box!Large opened air terrace areaFully equipped communal kitchenCosy living roomFax servicesFree landline calls to USA and Canada !Free landline calls to many countries !Washing machine and dryerSocial gamesCell phone rentalsFree public parking!BBQ area


Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Airport Transfers
  • BBQ
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Breakfast Included
  • Cafe
  • Card Phones
  • Common Room
  • Fax Service
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Hairdryers For Hire
  • Kitchen
  • Linen Included
  • Lockers
  • Luggage Storage
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Parking
  • Reading Light
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Towels Included

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Reviews

Traveler Reviews

“Best Hostel I´ve been to in 6 months of travelling”

Rating: 5 Reviewed on June 17, 2018

I met so many people, staff is awesome and there is free dinner every night!!! :)) They go out every night and take you to the most amazing places. Rooms are clean most of the time, they have a lot...


“Perfect”

Rating: 5 Reviewed on June 14, 2018

Perfect hostel for everyone. Every day whole hostel goes to the night clubs and we don't pay for the entrance. If you want to sleep and rest there is always a person, that calms people down after 11...


“The best Hostel in the whole Middle East!”

Rating: 5 Reviewed on June 12, 2018

I stayed 4 nights in a private room with private bathroom. The room is fresh, clean, has a large double bed, bed table, AC and a small wardrobe. Towels are provided free of charge. The hostel is...



Directions

Directions and how to get:• * From Ben Gurion Airport:• * Either take a taxi straight to us (160 shekels- take the airport taxi they are well organised) or Take the Train• - By Train - Take a Train (bus isn't a good option) to Tel Aviv central bus station (“Ha-Hagana' train station- which is very close to the central bus station).• (15 shekel ride)• The hostel is 15 min walk from central bus station and about 20 min from the Hagana train station. • - Taxi from the train station - should be around 25 shekels to us (make sure the driver knows where it is since it is a new hostel) • - Walk - However! if you intend to walk you can take the shortest walk which is less interesting. Or the 5 minutes longer walk! Which is more interesting and passes through the spice market and the Florentine Street. So if you don't have big luggage and you don't mind walking. Take the interesting way.• * Very Important - At night time both ways look a bit dark at some points of the way, however Israel is a very safe place and Tel Aviv itself is a super safe place so there is no problems walking anywhere anytime and you can be safe with yourself or just take a taxi if you feel uncomfortable.• - Short way (not interesting): find Salame (Shalame, Shlomo, it has different names!) street which is at the back street of the central bus station, and just walk straight (west- to the beach direction) until Elifelet Street crosses you on the right! Turn right on Elifelet, walk 100 meters to Elifelet 10 (we have a red wooden door with a small sign and number 10 on it, or look for two blue lights of our intercom) • - Longer way is to walk through Levinski Street (west-toward the beach, which turns into the spice market at a certain point of it) until Hertzel Street. Turn left (south) on Hertzel and walk until Florentine Street. Turn right to Florentine, and walk through all of Florentine Street till it ends. Then continue straight through the alley till you get to Elifelet Street (next to the dogs garden) and then turn left, walk 20 meters and you find our wooden red door with # 10 on it.• - Bus from central bus station - If you arrive during the day you can also take the Bus! Take bus number 41 from 7th floor at the central bus station and ask the driver to drop you off at the closest station to Elifelet Street.( ask him for directions...they are usually nice and like to help). Also, from Har Tzion Avenue ( close to central bus station) bus number 42 will drop you off at the corner of Salame( Solomon) street and Elifelet Street. Then just walk up Eliefelet (north) till you reach Elifelet 10. • Sometimes just waiting for bus takes twice as much time as just simply walking.• Florentine Hostel • 10 Elifelet St• Tel Aviv.• Florentine Neighbourhood


Policies

24 hours cancellation.

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