Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tel Aviv

Gordon Pool
This iconic, city-based country club is worth a visit for the people watching alone..
Hashoftim
This fierce staple on the Tel Aviv bar scene has gained a dedicated, local following for its classic drinks selection, rock soundtrack and relaxed atmosphere.
Renaissance
While offering business facilities, the Marriot's offering is naturally more of a leisure-minded traveller's choice.
Bialik Street
Take a quiet architectural-led stroll down this historic strip.
Crowne Plaza Center
It takes less than twenty minutes to get to the airport from here, making this a business traveller's destination of choice.
Carmel Market
Wander through this captivating 'shuk' to buy fresh food, try some local delicacies and experience Tel Aviv's bustling culinary culture.
Cinematheque
Retrospectives, festivals and lectures make this the city's premier art-house cinema.
ST-ART
Serge Tiroche opens the country's first artist incubator - in a majestic Jaffa villa.
Suzanne Dellal Centre
A historic dance centre that's a must for any visit to the White City.
Lima Lima
With its '70s lounge bar, gay hip-hop and reggae nights, this is the place for those needing a little more soul in their night.
Herbert Samuel
Mediterranean food with a sea view by a rising star chef - ample reason to venture out of Tel Aviv's hedonistic center.
Mul Yam
French-inspired treats from a Les Grandes Tables Du Monde entrant.
Abulafia Desserts
Founded in 1879, Abulafia is a long-standing family business serves a wide range of traditional sweet and savoury baked Middle Eastern desserts.
Yoezer
French-inspired treats complement this gastropub-come-wine bar.
Topsea Israel Surfing Center
David Intercontinental
Business comes first at this large, less-touristy located Interconti.
Roni Kantor
Vintage threads get a modern makeover at this Rothschild Boulevard boutique.
Ozen Bar
Local touring acts, international underground talent and movie screenings make this the natural option for a laid-back night out.
City Hotel
More standard in style when compared to its sister hotels but the central location more than makes up for it.
Rubin Museum
Visit this Bauhaus-style building for insight into one of Israel's most iconic artists.
Bin 281
Wine lovers rejoice! This boutique, bar and ballroom all focus on one thing.
Prima
Breakfasts and panoramic Mediterranean views are the draw at this no-frills Israeli chain.
Jaffa Flea Market
Crusaders, Ottomans and today's modern tourist all add to the diverse past of this ancient market site in Jaffa.
Cycle TLV
All types of two-wheeler demands are met at this full service bike rental centre.
Cordelia
Classic French cuisine in an intimate, if idiosyncratic, venue - a welcome addition to Tel Aviv's busy tendencies.
Shaqued
Celebrities, tourists and local alike all flock to this place for its traditional seafood and 'salatim' (tapas-style) dishes.
Dr. Shakshuka
With a specialty omelet that is irresistible, Dr. Shakshuska offers a Tunisian dining experience for every traveller.
Tal Hotel
A port-side location pulls the punters at this simple Atlas site.
Tola’at Sfarim
Design, architecture and psychology are literary specialities at this cherished bookstore and café.
Bellini
A heady Tuscan love-affair sets the tone at this rustic hideaway.
Bauhaus Center
Did you know that Tel Aviv is UNESCO-listed as a site of Bauhaus preservation?
Dan Tel Aviv
This is the original luxury hotel in Tel Aviv and hasn't been surpassed yet..
Park Plaza Orchid
Great gym facilities make up for unoriginal furnishings at this small, beachside four star.
Zaritsky Artist’s House
Two buildings of local debuts and retrospectives offer a welcome break from daytime heat.
Abu Hassan
Overlooking Jaffa Port, Abu Hassan has become a site of culinary pilgrimages for customers throughout the country.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Indulge in a bit of highbrow culture at this multi-floor cultural anchor.
Orna and Ella
Home-made food from a true Tel-Aviv institution.
Dan Panorama
A range of conferences and conventions are accommodated at this Southern Tel Aviv, beachfront abode.
Hilton Tel Aviv
Café Arlozorov
Accommodating all types of customers from office workers to students, Café Arlozorov offers a tranquil cafe for every occasion including long reading sessions or weekend brunches.

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