Florentine Hostel

Hostel Information:

10 Elifelet street, Tel-Aviv


Florentine Hostel is an intimate, home-style hostel in the up-and-coming Florentine neighborhood of Tel-Aviv. We have a small number of rooms, including one dormitory, keeping the atmosphere here personal and friendly. The spirit of the Florentine Hostel is young and vibrant – a place to feel at home, meet fellow travelers and other backpackers, relax, make friends, and absorb the Tel-Aviv vibe.

Guests at the hostel share a cozy indoor lounge, a fully equipped communal kitchen, and the spacious rooftop terrace where they can enjoy their morning coffee, take a meal together, trade stories and travel tips, or just relax and enjoy their time. Located in the hip neighborhood of Florentine, with easy access to all of Tel-Aviv by foot and nearby bus lines, we are certain you’ll find the Florentine Hostel a great place to set out from in the morning, and a relaxing place to return to at night.


55 beds 50 ₪ 160 ₪



Travellers Comments:

Map & Directions:

Take a bus, or a train to Tel Aviv central bus station (“Ha-Hagana’ train station- which is very close to the central bus station).

From central bus station it is 12 min walk to the hostel (Elifelet Street) you can either walk on Salame (solomon/ Shlomo – it has different names) street ( west- toward the beach) till you cross Elifelet street and then turn right to Elifelet till you reach Elifelet 10. Or, take bus number 44 or 46 from 4rth floor at the central bus station and ask the driver to drop you off at the closest station to Elifelet street.( ask him for directions…they are usually nice and like to help). Also, from Har Tzion avenue ( close to central bus station) bus number 42 will drop you off at the corner of Salame( Solomon) street and Elifelet street. Then just walk up Eliefelet (north) till you reach Elifelet 10.
Sometimes just waiting for a bus takes twice as much time as just simply walking.

You can also take a taxi from the central bus station to Elifelet st, it shouldn’t cost more than 20 shekels (5 USD, 3-4 Euros’) try to set the price in advance.

A taxi ride from the Airport to any location in central Tel Aviv should cost around 130 shekels (About 33 U.S.D or 25 Euro), maybe 10-20 shekel more if it is during night time.

It is sometimes possible for us to have a pickup service from or too the airport for 120 shekels and 130 at night, however you must arrange it with us first.

you can always call me directly to my cell phone if you get problems getting here