Tel Aviv Nightlife – Special Bars and Clubs in Tel Aviv
If you’re looking for a holiday destination with a beach by day and an amazing atmosphere by night, there are few destinations that can match Tel Aviv in Israel. Situated on the Mediterranean Sea, Tel Aviv not only has spotless, beautiful, sandy beaches but also has a varied and exciting nightlife, and is the Middle East’s version of ‘the city that never sleeps’. Also, recently voted by readers of GayCities.com as the ‘gay holiday capital of the world’, by a sizable margin, Tel Aviv is also the place to go for a safe, fun time whatever your looking for.
The best place to start to experience Tel Aviv nightlife is one of the principal streets in the city, Rothschild Boulevard. There are a number of pubs, bars and clubs along this historic, architecturally beautiful street, but few compete with ‘Rothschild 12’; a great place to eat by day, its terrace and vibe are the heartbeat of nightlife in Tel Aviv. For a modern, and well-situated hotel, hotels in Tel Aviv in this spot don’t get better than the Link Hotel, which is just a couple of streets away from the action.
Israelis don’t start going out before 11pm, and so by 2am things really start to get lively. Checkout ‘Speakeasy’, with its exclusive rooftop bar, or take a trip to ‘Tangier’, a Moroccan-inspired drinking establishment.
The area of Florentin has a different vibe, with a shabby-chic, grungy feel, dominated by the ‘Hoodna Bar’ and ‘Satchmo’, with its extensive whiskey collection. The eclectic mix of Tel Aviv nightlife would not be complete with a stroll to ‘The Barby’, with its live reggae, and electronica music. Finish the night in the city at ‘The Block’, the best of Tel Aviv clubs, with its international DJs – it’s the epitome of nightlife in Tel Aviv.
If you want to feel the cool sea air during a warm summer night out, then visit Bohemian Jaffa. A 10 minute walk from the Dan Panorama, one of the most popular, ideally situated of Tel Aviv hotels. Tel Aviv nightlife is set at a slower pace, with a selection of bars, like the ‘Shafa Bar’, that specialises in raki or ‘Beit Kandinoff’, an Ottoman era style establishment.
Beach parties and beach bars, which are a stone’s throw away from your hotel, like the Dan Hotel, the first choice for international celebrities such as Madonna and Lady Gaga, sits on the beach. It’s impossible not to find a relaxing place for a drink, a bite to eat, or both nearby – it’s one of the most ideally located and famous of hotels in Tel Aviv. Nightlife in Tel Aviv may slow down a bit on some parts of the beach but there is always organised partying along; Frischmann, Bograshov, Hilton and Gordon beaches, keep your eyes out for flyers and you’ll not fail to have a good time.
So, don’t wait to book your flight and choose from amongst the best of Tel Aviv hotels. Israel saw record tourist numbers in 2017 and again in 2018, and for good reason, this is a great place for an unbelievable time in a cosmopolitan, exciting, party-city, in a historic location.