Best Hotel Executive Club Lounges In Tel Aviv

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We have reviewed hotels the best club or executive lounges in Tel Aviv, to help you decide on the best choice if travelling as a couple, a family or as a single business traveller. By reviewing each of these club lounges, in turn, I conclude which hotel club lounge comes in at the top and which hotel I would select as having the best club lounge in Tel Aviv.

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Having already reviewed the best luxury hotels in Israel and the best hotel executive club lounges or concierge levels in Israel, I now review the best club lounges in Tel Aviv.

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  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

1. David InterContinental, Tel Aviv

Soaring 25 stories above the beautiful Mediterranean and Tel Aviv’s burgeoning urban center, the David InterContinental is set on the beachfront promenade in the SoHo of Neve Tzedek, the heartbeat of Tel Aviv.

Visit the fascinating ancient sites and lively restaurants of nearby Jaffa; spend an afternoon at the HaTachana complex, housing beloved local artists and designers; and enjoy the city’s renowned nightlife.

An elegant retreat in the heart of the city, the hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool; a wellness center, THE Spa; celebrated dining options; meeting facilities; and a premier setting for special events.

The David InterContinental has 555 guestrooms, including 39 suites. Guestrooms feature air-conditioning, minibars, large work desk with excellent lighting, three phones, voice mail, data ports, high speed Internet access, satellite TV, Italian marble bathrooms, robes, hairdryers, magnifying mirrors, coffee makers, butler service, double glazed windows, iron and ironing board, in-room safe, and more.

The redesigned Club rooms on the hotel’s top floors deliver the utmost in modern urban design for the discerning traveler. Enjoy state-of-the-art interiors and a stylish marble bathroom with a soaking tub and separate shower. These rooms have been recently renovated and have club lounge access. They are the best ones to choose.

Rates for these rooms include access to the exclusive Club InterContinental with private check-in and all-day refreshments. The Executive Club Level also features a business center and the lounge offers breakfast, a selection of light snacks, cocktail hour and a separate check-in area.

In fact, the breakfast, high tea and happy hour, during which there is self-service alcohol, is all very decent in terms of the spread of food and drinks. Service is friendly and good. The views are excellent because of the lounge being located on a high floor, so there’s a nice view of the city.

2. The Vista at Hilton, Tel Aviv

The Vista at Hilton Tel Aviv is located on the top floors of Hilton Tel Aviv. The Vista offers stunning accommodations with private balconies, sweeping views over the Mediterranean Sea and personalized service in the Vista Lounge, and an exclusive top-floor retreat.

Guests have access to all Hilton Tel Aviv facilities, including a Thai spa, outdoor pool, 5 restaurants and lounges, a medical center, high-end shops, and conference facilities.

This Executive club lounge here is very good and a decent size by Hilton standards. The staff are excellent and the food is also very good, particularly their desserts.

Breakfast is Israeli style, meaning cheese but no meats. There is also a light dinner. Also on offer throughout the day are two coffee machines, orange and grapefruit juices.

3. Sheraton Tel Aviv

Sheraton Tel Aviv is a Rewards Category 6 Marriott Bonvoy hotel. It sits on a prime beachfront location, right in the heart of the Herbert Samuel Boardwalk, overlooking the Mediterranean coastline.

The hotel is within walking distance of Tel Aviv’s hotspots, artist’s quarter and picturesque Jaffa. Enjoy their fitness room as well as the unique SPA featuring dead sea treatments. Rooms are nicely renovated with stylish wooden floors and seascape decor and color scheme.

The 7th-floor executive club lounge at Sheraton Tel Aviv is open 0630-2300 daily and offers a decent array of food for breakfast and dinner and excellent desserts along with kosher wine and a limited hard alcohol selection. The staff here are reportedly great. There are snacks and drinks available all day and from lunchtime onward, and there is a full bar (no extra charge). There are newspapers in the lounge and you have access to an exclusive outside balcony, but there is no seating on the balcony.

Note that this lounge, like many in Tel Aviv, has a “no children” policy.

4. Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel

Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel has an excellent location directly on the beach, where you can sink your toes into the warm white sand and the Mediterranean Sea. It is also within easy access to business, shopping and entertainment.

Your comfortable air-conditioned accommodation features a private balcony with fabulous sea views, a well-lit work desk, wireless Internet, in-room safe and mini-bar.

Before enjoying a hearty breakfast buffet, take a dip in the indoor swimming pool or rejuvenate yourself in the on-site fitness gym. After a long day of meetings or sightseeing, rest your eyes or relax with a good book on our sun deck.

There is an executive club lounge here which is open seven days a week including weekends but is closed on Jewish Holidays such as Passover, Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashana.

The lounge serves breakfast and evening snacks 6-8pm and free wine, beer and soft drinks. There are free sodas (Coke and diet Coke, Sprite and diet Sprite) and bottled water throughout the day. Daytime snacks include assorted nuts, dried fruits, fresh fruit and cookies.

It is worth noting that you have to be 18 years old or over to access this lounge.

5. Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv Beach

This is a very standard Crowne Plaza hotel in Tel Aviv. Pleasant and clean but not noteworthy, except for the views of the beach from the room, which really are quite special.

The executive lounge is very good here for a Crowne Plaza with excellent food and a generous volume of food too. Expect breakfast, a light dinner and snacks and drinks throughout the day.

The Jaffa, a Luxury Collection Tel Aviv by Marriott Bonvoy does not have an executive club lounge, neither does the Publica Isrotel, Autograph Collection even though they both fall under the Marriott Bonvoy umbrella. Note that The Ritz-Carlton, Herzliya is one of the best luxury hotels in the whole of Israel, but it is also one of the few Ritz-Carlton hotels without an executive club lounge.

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