My husband and I had the pleasure of staying at Muse Hotel in Tel Aviv, a newly renovated budget-friendly and welcoming adults-only hotel in the center of Tel Aviv.
Muse is located in an unbeatable spot, just a short 2-minute walk to the promenade and beach. They are located on the corner of Trumpledor and HaYarkon Street, next door to their sister hotel, The Metropolitan. The hotel is also just minutes away from everything you need from bars and restaurants to supermarkets and shopping.
We were invited to experience their Month of Love special, which was in honor of Tu B’Av and included a night in the hotel, special treats in the room like chocolates and a mini bottle of champagne, and additional dishes at brunch specifically curated for the event.
Upon entering the lobby, we were immediately greeted by kind staff members who offered us coffee and cookies while we checked in. We were delighted to find they have a 24-hour coffee, tea, and water station for guests’ convenience. The staff provided a quick overview of the hotel’s offerings before allowing us to check in early to our room.
Our room was on the 5th and top floor. The room was spacious and thoughtfully decorated with large windows that pointed on one side to the city and the other to the beach. There was a coffee machine in room, robes, a beach bag with towels and flip flops, and a large TV.
The hotel doesn’t offer dinner so after going out for happy hour we decided to head back to the room and order in from Wolt, Israel’s online restaurant delivery service. Our meal arrived while we were out and the lobby was happy to hold it for us until we returned. You can find a list of gluten free options in Tel Aviv here.
The next morning, we headed to the ground floor courtyard to enjoy their breakfast spread, which is served from a food truck which is a unique twist to a traditional buffet. We got to enjoy the open-air ambiance while noshing on a variety of salads, dips, cheeses and smoked salmon. In addition, the hotel offered a menu of made-to-order fresh breakfast options that are also included. My husband and I split two dishes, their light and fluffy cheese omelet and a cherry tomato shakshuka.
The kitchen is kosher and there is a synagogue onsite.
Muse Hotel is currently running a special promotion for the month of August. They are offering a fantastic discount to parents with children under the age of six as part of this Month of Love” special. Though the hotel might not have all the lavish amenities, it provides a comfortable and enjoyable stay at an affordable price. We had a fantastic time and highly recommend Muse Hotel to anyone visiting Tel Aviv from abroad, seeking a peaceful getaway.
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