The Carlton Tel Aviv
Overlooking the marina, flanked by sandy beaches, and close to the Tel Aviv business center, The Carlton Tel Aviv is a haven of style and luxury in Israel’s cosmopolitan city. Whether you are lounging by the rooftop pool, gazing at the yachts from your balcony, or indulging in the acclaimed buffet breakfast — complete with champagne and caviar — the shimmering Mediterranean Sea serves as an idyllic backdrop throughout your stay. Endlessly elegant, The Carlton Tel Alviv is a premium choice.
- Choose from 270 guestrooms and suites, all with private balconies
- Unwind in the sauna and have an aromatherapy massage in the spa
- Work out in the gym, surrounded by contemporary art
- Stroll or cycle along the seaside promenade, moments from the hotel
- Admire spectacular city views from the outdoor rooftop hot tub
The Carlton Tel Aviv pairs unforgettable views with discerning personalized services. Staff will hand out homemade popsicles around the pool, give you the insider track on the city’s legendary nightlife and help you create a bespoke itinerary to make the most of your time in this fun-loving city.
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The Carlton Tel Aviv has 270 light-filled guestrooms and individually decorated suites, all with private balconies. Guestrooms are decorated in neutral shades with dark wood furniture, metallic fabrics, and large picture windows, while many offer dazzling sea views. Bathrooms come with rain showers, fluffy bathrobes, and generous amenities. Suites range from a stunning all-white space with a freestanding bath to a cool and contemporary two-bedroom suite with wooden floors, soft gray hues, and pops of color.
Staff will leave sweet treats by your bed at turndown, while suites and royal executive guestrooms include access to the Royal Lounge, with light meals served all day and cocktails at sundown.
The Carlton Tel Aviv is a renowned foodie hotspot, with panoramic views to match the sensational cuisine. Take your pick from two innovative Jewish restaurants helmed by celebrated Chef Meir Adoni and linger over one of the best hotel breakfasts in town. Catch up over coffee in the lobby lounge or sunset drinks at the rooftop bar.
Blue Sky by Meir Adoni – This rooftop restaurant features a sophisticated dining room and a breezy terrace. The acclaimed chef brings a light, modern touch to Jewish cuisine, with seasonal dishes including grouper carpaccio, eggplant with date syrup and tahini, and chocolate brûlée.
Lumina by Meir Adoni – Gaze out at the sea through floor-to-ceiling windows, or nab a spot on the terrace at this modern Israeli bistro. The menu combines Jewish, Mediterranean, and brasserie influences, with dishes like gefilte fish and crepes filled with oxtail ragu.
Carlton on the Beach – Specializing in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine, the beachfront deck is always buzzing at this all-day restaurant. Try the hugely popular breakfast buffet, with everything from shakshuka eggs and green smoothies to champagne and caviar.
Esperanto Bar – Open from May to October, live DJs regularly spin relaxed beats until the early morning hours at this trendy rooftop bar overlooking the Mediterranean. Order a caramelized pineapple piña colada and nibble on creative kosher bites.
Lobby Lounge – With plush armchairs and leather bar stools, this inviting lounge is a popular spot for casual meetings and afternoon tea. Choose from a menu of fine cheeses, Israeli wines and beers, and barista-brewed coffee.
Start your day with a lazy brunch at Carlton on the Beach or grab a quick espresso in the Lobby Lounge, then drift up to the rooftop pool to work on your tan or stroll to the beach to swim, sunbathe, and play matkot (paddleball). Work out in the gym surrounded by artworks by David Gerstein, one of Israel's premier contemporary artists and be pampered in the spa, with sea-facing treatment rooms, saunas, and steam rooms.
Head to the Bauhaus Center for a guided walking tour of the city’s best Bauhaus architecture, and continue on to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which boasts works by Monet, Picasso, and Van Gogh. Hire a bike from the Tel-O-Fun public bike-sharing scheme to explore the city’s extensive cycle paths, and walk along the promenade that hugs the glistening coastline all the way to Jaffa. After dark, hit the bars and clubs around Rothschild Boulevard.
The Carlton Tel Aviv
Next to the marina overlooking the Mediterranean, The Carlton Tel Aviv is a short stroll to both Gordon Beach and Hilton Beach, and the surrounding area is full of restaurants, cafés, and shops. Tel Aviv’s World Heritage-listed Bauhaus buildings are a quick drive away, while the ancient port of Jaffa is a 15-minute drive south.
Ben Gurion International Airport is 16 mi / 26 km from the hotel.
Tel Aviv HaShalom station is 2.2 mi / 3.6 km away, with connections to the airport and Jerusalem.