Florentin House is a stylish modern hostel in the hip Florentin area of Tel Aviv. This lively part of the city is filled with bars, galleries and independent designer stores, and the streets have a fun friendly vibe. Florentin House stands out in the street, and the contemporary structure demands attention as you walk past.
Inside, a 24-hour front desk helps with check-ins and can assist you with all your city needs. When we arrived, laden with bags and tired from the flight, the kind receptionist got out a map and marked down any points of interest or good nearby restaurants.
There are an assortment of rooms on offer at Florentin House, shared dorms and private doubles. We were in a lovely spacious private room on the top floor, overlooking the busy streets below. The room was decorated in pristine white with minimalist details. There was a large double bed, ample wardrobe space and a luxe bathroom with bath-shower complex. I loved how much light flooded in from the large windows, which made the room a great place to read and spend time during the day. There were also plenty of plug points, which was very convenient for a camera-reliant traveller like me. The room felt brand new, definitely far more comfortable and stylish than most hostels I have stayed in.
There are room sizes to cater to every group size, or if you are looking for something a bit indulgent, there is a beautiful rooftop suite with a terrace & sun loungers, King-size bed and Nespresso machine.
Florentin House doesn’t have a restaurant or breakfast facilities but there is a small kitchen space and gallery next door where guests can store their food and relax.
The hostel has a great arrangement with several local cafes, where guests are invited to enjoy breakfast. Hungry after a restful night’s sleep we gorged on vegan pastries and milky coffee before going out to explore the city.
More information and book a room at Florentin House here.