The Alexander Tel Aviv Hotel is a luxury designed hotel located by the Mediterranean Sea, thoughtfully designed providing a warm, professional and personal hospitality experience with world leading standards.
Indulge in the ultimate pampering luxury in our unique and elegant suites, rooms and apartments for the perfect stay.
Our 68 beautifully designed suites, rooms and apartments offer the height of luxury and our attention to detail begins with the design and extends to the warm, friendly, courteous and professional service we deliver.
The hotel combines prime location, exquisite design and a tranquil environment.
All the suites are equipped with complimentary Exclusive Dead Sea 'Sea of Spa' products.
The unique atmosphere of the Alexander Tel Aviv Hotel fits perfectly to the lively and bustling spirit of Tel Aviv, offering a variety of cultural and recreational activities. The Alexander Hotel is considered one of the preferred tourist locations, for both locals and tourists from abroad. The hotel makes it easy for you to take short breaks and enjoy the bounty that the White City has to offer at any pace or style that suits you.
The Alexander Tel Aviv Hotel is located in the heart of the city of Tel Aviv, a step away from the city's bustling port and beautiful 'Metzitzim' beach.
For those interested in exploring the city, they will find a cross-section of international life with people from all corners of the earth gathered in one of the Middle East’s most exciting metropolises. There is a thriving mix of the bustle of city life, juxtaposed on the quiet calm of the nearby seashore.
Leisure time can be spent relaxing in the hotels exclusive spa, strolling through the beautiful Tel Aviv Port, visiting its many eateries, bars, or clubs. For the recreational minded, there are water sports at the nearby beach, or an afternoon spent tanning on the Tel Aviv sands. The Yarkon Park is another popular leisure spot, offering a place for a quiet walk, a bicycle ride, or an afternoon picnic.
The hotel was designed by the architect Mishel Harush.