Prima Hotels offer 2 Premier Lifestyle Hotels in Tel Aviv
There are different ways one can enjoy Tel Aviv and our Tel Aviv hotels are designed to deliver that experience.If you are looking to experience Tel Aviv’s urban energy – sun and fun, historical explorations and endless creativity and culture, Hotel Prima Tel Aviv and Hotel Prima City deliver an authentically local, distinctively creative and especially friendly Tel Aviv hotel experience. We invite you to experience the White City's art.
Experience the Tel Aviv – Jaffa Contrast
Today, Tel Aviv comprises two cities – ancient Jaffa and modern Tel Aviv – and is officially known as Tel Aviv – Jaffa. Even though Tel Aviv was founded over 100 years ago and Jaffa more than 7500 years ago, the two contrasting cities complement one another in a way that makes Tel Aviv special. In Jaffa you will be transported to an ancient Middle East port city with stonewalls and ever-winding streets that are now home to many small galleries, an antique flea market, a 24-hour nightlife, cafes, art galleries and boutiques. Journey into central Tel Aviv to discover the modern “White City” with its world renowned collection of Bauhaus and International Style architecture, skyscrapers, wide-open pedestrian walkways, financial center, endless cafes and bars, galleries, theaters, museums, malls and shopping districts.
Experience the Beach
Your vacation is not complete without experiencing Tel Aviv’s 14 kilometer-stretch of white sandy beachfront. Tel Aviv is aligned along its west coast with over 13 beaches, some of which have received international recognition as the best beaches in the world. Tel Aviv beach life is alive and in motion all year round. You will always find bathers strutting along the shoreline, joggers, runners and bikers getting their daily exercise, kids playing in the sand or jumping waves, backgammon players, teenagers playing music and dancing and the endless beach paddleball players intently smacking their rackets. By the way, beach paddleball, known locally as Matkot, is sometimes called the unofficial national sport of Israel. There is a beach for everyone in Tel Aviv – locals, tourists, surfers, dog lovers, religious observers and the gay community. The boardwalk’s bike paths make for an easy way to get around and enjoy the diversity of the city from Old Jaffa Port in the south to the Tel Aviv Harbor on the north side of the city. If you love water sports, then you will never want to leave Tel Aviv’s beaches -home to surfing, kite surfing, wind surfing and beach volleyball.
Tel Aviv’s Best of the Best
In 2003, Tel Aviv was named by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site and designated “The White City” for hosting the largest collection of Bauhaus and International Style architecture. To follow, Conde Nast Traveler
magazine listed Tel Aviv as one of 14 cities around the world every architecture lover must visit. LGBT travel website Gaycities.com
, in 2011 named Tel Aviv the best gay city. Tel Aviv was also recently voted “One of the Top 10 City Beaches in the World” by a survey on Yahoo Travel and smarttravel.com.