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US Supreme Court Ruling on Affirmative Action: Supreme Court hears arguments in two cases challenging affirmative action in college admissions and contracting. Potential for a landmark decision impacting racial equality in education and business.
US Midterm Elections: Democrats narrowly maintain control of the Senate, Republicans win majority in the House of Representatives. Potential for divided government impacting legislation and political discourse.
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Tel Aviv

Business trips in Tel Aviv are becoming more and more popular as Israel’s business sector develops rapidly. Known as the “startup nation” and a world leader in technology, Israel has become a popular destination for business travel and deals. With advances in industries such as security, agriculture, and telecommunications, more business growth appears in the region. If you have an upcoming business trip to Tel Aviv, make sure you get the most out of your experience.

Tel Aviv can offer different business hotels with different facilities (business centers, conference rooms, etc.) depending on your needs. One option is to stay in a boutique hotel that provides a great personalized experience. If you are looking for something smaller and more intimate that can help fulfill requests and create a tailored experience for you, this boutique hotel would be ideal for your business trip to Tel Aviv.

These hotels are great if you will be attending meetings all day and need a comfortable and affordable place to spend the night. You may want to look at hotels near Tel Aviv’s business district if you have meetings in the area.

Jaffa Hotel Tel Aviv – elegance and luxury

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The Jaffa Hotel Tel Aviv is a 5-star hotel centrally located near the Mediterranean Sea and the historic Jaffa Port. Nearby attractions such as the Archeology Museum and local boutiques are all within walking distance. Explore the old coastal town, learn about local culture, indulge in gourmet cuisine at the hotel’s Golda’s Delicatessen and Don Camillo restaurants, and have a relaxing and indulgent experience at the hotel’s spa. Please reserve your place in any of our 120 luxurious rooms and suites. Allow the hotel staff to provide all the services and details of your stay so that you can regain your soul and spark your imagination.


Drisco Hotel Tel Aviv – World Class

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Housed in 2 adjacent historic buildings in Tel Aviv, The Drisco Hotel features a rooftop terrace overlooking the sea. The property also has a garden, restaurant, and wellness center. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. Each elegant room includes a seating area, a minibar, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and a coffee machine. There are also rooms with a private balcony or sea view. George and John’s restaurant serves fine contemporary Israeli cuisine. Suzanne Dellal Dance Center in Neve Zedek is 901 meters from the hotel, while Independence Hall Museum is 2.1 km from the property. The nearest airport is Ben Gurion Airport, 23 km away.

Hotel 65 Tel Aviv – the luxury boutique

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Hotel 65 is located on the corner of Tel Aviv’s most famous Rothschild Street. The hotel takes you into a unique world of design outside and inside. The hotel’s charm lies in the combination of impressive visuals and local touches that produce a unique design. The different colors and lighting design create a sense of mystery and adventure wherever you go. In the lobby, there is Café 5, which serves hotel guests and visitors one of the best breakfasts in town. At the entrance to the hotel, there is a picturesque colorful garden overlooking Rothschild Street. Happy Hour is also served between 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Sunday – Friday), during which time hotel guests can enjoy free meals, wine, and coffee. Hotel 65 is the masterpiece of luxury hospitality in Tel Aviv.

Nordoy Hotel Tel Aviv – the charm of the place

Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and enjoy the warm Mediterranean breeze. Travel back in time and hear the hustle and bustle of the city. You are in the heart of Tel Aviv, at the crossroads where the past meets the present, the east meets the west, and the luxurious luxury meets the informal local heritage with the updated global hospitality. Nordoy Hotel is located in central Tel Aviv, a 10-minute walk from the beach. Each spacious room is air-conditioned and offers free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. There is a 24-hour front desk at the property. Guests can enjoy breakfast daily at the nearby café. Independence Hall Museum is 400 meters from the property. Ben Gurion Airport is 12 km away.

Margosa Hotel Tel Aviv – A legacy of the past

It is located in Jaffa’s heart, a few minutes walk from Old Jaffa and close to the lively flea market. The rooms of the New Margosa boutique hotel vary in size from 20-35 square meters. Each room offers a balcony overlooking Old Jaffa. While the rooms blend traditional oriental design with contemporary simplicity. Full Israeli breakfast buffet with eggs, cheese, and salad. Suzanne Dellal Dance Center is located in the historic Neve Zedek district, 3 km from the hotel. The sandy beach is a 15-minute walk from this wonderful property, while Ben Gurion Airport is 12 km away.

Rothschild Hotel Tel Aviv – creativity and luxury

The Rothschild Hotel is located on trendy Rothschild Street, close to the popular Shinken shopping street, a 2-minute walk away. All luxurious rooms at Rothschild feature modern furnishings and an eclectic style. Breakfast is available until midday, and after that, hot and cold dishes, alcoholic and soft drinks are available in the lounge or with room service until midnight. The Rothschild Hotel’s restaurant serves fish, seafood, and vegetarian dishes, using fresh, organic ingredients delivered daily. The hotel is centrally located at the intersection between Tel Aviv’s startup business district and the prestigious cultural district. The hotel’s vicinity has lots of bars, restaurants, and cafes with a luxury limousine service.

Norman Hotel – the greatness of the 1920s

The Norman Tel Aviv Hotel consists of two historic buildings on Nshamane Street that have been exquisitely restored and their antique heritage elements preserved, adding all the technologies and amenities of a world-class hotel. There is a wonderful citrus garden between the two buildings, which is a charming getaway in Tel Aviv. The Norman Hotel comprises 50 uniquely designed rooms and suites featuring high ceilings and original architecture. It features a rooftop pool, fitness center, and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. You will also find a bar, 24-hour room service, a shared lounge, and a 24-hour front desk with luggage storage facilities. Free use of bicycles is available, as well as valet parking. The hotel is 500 meters from Independence Hall Museum, and Ben Gurion Airport is 12 km away.

Vera Hotel – the pleasure of hospitality

Vera Hotel is conveniently located in the center of Tel Aviv, 600 meters from the Independence Hall Museum. The rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some rooms also offer city views, and some have a business office. Guests at The Vera can enjoy a continental breakfast. The hotel also provides an ironing service, as well as business facilities like fax and photocopying. Languages used at the 24-hour front desk include English and Hebrew. Suzanne Dellal Dance Center is 1.3 km away, and the nearest airport is Ben Gurion Airport, 22 km from the hotel.

Sam and Blondy Hotel – the city’s attractions

A 45-room boutique hotel in a historic building from the 1930s. A yellow jewel with picturesque green windows, it is located on Shenkin Street in the heart of Tel Aviv, just a short distance from the most attractive place in the city. Rooms at Sam & Blondi Hotel are equipped with a desk, flat-screen TV, and a hot tub. Speaking English and Hebrew at reception, staff are always ready to help. Breakfast is served in a nearby hotel restaurant. Independence Hall Museum is 1.9 km away, while Dizengoff Square is 1.9 km away. Sde Dov Airport is 5 km from the hotel.

Fabric Hotel – Atlas Boutique

The hotel offers an on-site restaurant, café, and bar/lounge where guests can relax with a drink. Guests can enjoy a free breakfast. This business-friendly hotel also offers a rooftop terrace, meeting assistance, and free newspapers in the lobby. Fabric Hotel is located in Tel Aviv, 700 meters from Benjamin Kraft Nachal Gallery, and less than 1 km from Independence Hall Museum. The hotel is close to many popular attractions such as Susan Delal Dance and Theater Center in Neve Zedek, 1.3 km from Shinken Street. A buffet breakfast is available at the hotel, with a wonderful terrace, the reception desk is available 24 hours a day, and the staff speaks English, Spanish, and French. While the Dizengoff Center is 2.6 km from the hotel, the nearest airport is Ben Gurion Airport, 22 km away.

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