TEL AVIV’S HISTORIC LANDMARK, THE DRISCO IS ONE OF THE CITY’S MOST BELOVED AND ELEGANT HOTELS.
Beautifully restored and perfectly situated within one of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods, The Drisco is an elegant home base in vibrant Tel Aviv. Guests are ensconced in sophisticated luxury with an eye toward the surrounding Noga neighborhood’s rich history. From its century-old mural to its on-point Israeli dining at George & John, this 42-room hotel, first opened in 1866, seamlessly blends tradition with upscale creature comforts. A dynamic crowd of locals and international jet setters gather for cocktails at the top-shelf lobby bar before venturing out to explore Tel Aviv and Jaffa. Upper-level rooms boast sea views and every room features a Nespresso machine, courtesy minibar, and flat-screen television.
- Closest Airport
- Ben Gurion Airport (LLBG) | 25 minutes (14 miles)
- Number of Rooms
- 42 Rooms
- The Restaurants
- George & John Restaurant
- Amenities and Facilities
- Complimentary soft drink mini bar
- Family Interconnecting Rooms
- Fitness Room
- Open air patio
- Roof Terrace
- Room Service
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Tel Aviv is a fabulously intimate city that can be easily navigated. Make use of the hotel bicycles and explore the miles of beaches and boardwalks, you won’t be disappointed.
Make sure you find time for a visit to the Levinsky Market – this truly is a cultural gem and whilst it may not be the first stop for a typical tourist in Tel Aviv, the combination of exotic spices and unique personality should not be missed. Dine like a local at one of the many cafes and soak up the atmosphere in this bustling area of the city.
Israel is just 270 miles long and 85 miles wide at the longest and widest points making the country very easy to navigate. Use Tel Aviv as a base to explore this incredible country with a history dating back thousands of years.
- Combination Stay/Why Visit
Tel Aviv is considered to be one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Titled the ‘Mediterranean Capital of Cool’ by the New York Times, visitors can enjoy an energetic cultural scene, great shopping, breath-taking landscapes, incredible food and UNESCO recognized architecture. The Drisco provides the perfect base to explore Israel with Jerusalem, Masada, the hanging gardens of Haifa, The Galilee and much more within easy reach.