$174 - $294
|CHEAPEST CITY IN ISRAEL||Haifa||23% cheaper||Hotels in Haifa are the cheapest in Israel at just $174 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN ISRAEL||Herzliya||23% more expensive||Herzliya has the highest priced hotels in Israel with rooms averaging $294 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN ISRAEL||Tel Aviv||75% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Tel Aviv than any other city in Israel|
The average price for hotels near Old City of Jerusalem is $308 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 11 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since Old City of Jerusalem is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near Old City of Jerusalem are typically 25% more expensive than the average hotel in Israel, which is $229.
|Low Season||February||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||November||most expensive time to stay|
|7%||expected price decrease|
|13%||expected price increase|
$270 - $335
|Cheapest day of week||Saturday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|$264||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$318||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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|Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center|
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Hotels in Tel Aviv are a convenient option for accommodation during your time in Israel. Israel’s government has vastly improved public transport from Tel Aviv to other areas in the country. Buses and trains are reliable and affordable means of transit within the city. Trains operated by Israeli railways have replaced buses for most routes like Tel Aviv-Jerusalem, Tel Aviv-Be’er Sheva, and Tel Aviv-Haifa since they are fast. Trains also offer rides to Ben Gurion Airport and other smaller towns. Buses are an affordable means of transit from Tel Aviv to other cities in Israel, with Dan being the main bus provider operating buses for different routes 24/7. Bus tickets are about NIS 5 (less than USD 2), and these are purchased using RAV-KAV, an Israeli smart card. Some of the Tel Aviv hotels in Israel you could consider are Jo Hotel and Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel.
Eilat is a popular attraction on the Red Sea Peninsula. The town is famous for its dolphins and great coral reefs, with the waters opening to Jordan and Egypt to the west and south, respectively. You can enjoy a stay in a resort and spa-like Club Hotel Eilat while in Eilat. Haifa’s Baha’i Gardens is one of the main highlights of Israel that attracts tourists from all over the world. These gardens are arranged in a series of pristine green terraces tumbling down the hillside. The Dead Sea is also an iconic attraction in Israel that wows most visitors. The water is salty and rich in minerals, and nothing sinks here, thanks to the effect of buoyancy. The rugged desert of Timna Park in the Negev should be on top of your list of beautiful destinations in Israel. The sand here is multi-hued, which, together with the bizarre-shaped boulders and towering cliffs, brings out the scenic views. Except for Timna Park and Eilat, there is no entrance fee for these attractions. Children above 3 years of age and adults are charged a fee at Timna Park. The attractions are busiest during summer and slowest during fall and spring.
The nightlife in Tel Aviv remains the most vibrant in Israel. The city boasts one of the most popular nightclubs with world-class DJs as well as entertaining beach bars. Young people will find the ideal atmosphere at Haifa, which is popular for a night of fun and dancing. You can get closer to the nightlife in Haifa by staying at cheap hotels in Israel like Mirabelle Plaza Haifa by Dan Hotels. For tasty local delicacies in Israel, Jerusalem is the preferred destination. Mahane Yehuda marketplace in central Jerusalem has hundreds of vendors selling various foods, from Kurdish-Syrian pastries to Lebanese shakshuka. There is also an open kitchen at Jacko’s Street where you can watch the chef’s culinary skills at work right in front of you.
Art and history buffs will appreciate the architectural marvel of the Mar Saba Monastery in Bethlehem. The scenic view of the rock face of the monastery with its glinting metal domes is unforgettable. Bethlehem is another historic and religious city in Israel that should be on your itinerary. You can explore the cultural life of the Roman city at Beit Shean, which also has a Byzantine origin, and appreciate a slice of the ancient world in the extensive ruins and well-restored theater. Adults and kids need to pay to visit this site. Jerusalem also has plenty of history and great religious significance, making it a city to explore before leaving Israel. The city boasts fabulous museums that art enthusiasts will appreciate. You can find accommodations in Israel hotels in Jerusalem like Leonardo Plaza Hotel and Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem. Bethlehem and Jerusalem are busiest during Easter and Christmas, with most museums and sites charging an entrance fee.
When traveling to Israel it would be best to plan your trip around the month of December, as the prices are significantly lower than in March - just $299 per night.
While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Israel to travel to is Tel Aviv.
Our data shows that hotel rooms in Herzliya are about 53% more expensive on average than hotel rooms in the rest of Israel, with a nightly rate of $241.
If you’re looking for the best bang for your buck when visiting Israel, consider staying in Jerusalem. According to our data, Jerusalem is the least expensive city to spend the night in when visiting Israel, with an average nightly rate of $25, 71% below the country’s average.
There are 12,676 operators available for hotels in Israel as of September 2023.
Prices for hotels in Israel are refreshed on a daily basis.
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1 Louis Vincent Street, Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel