Hotel Miguel

HaYarkon 88, Tel Aviv, 63432, Israel | Hotel
Prices starting from $121.00

Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv

Beach Day

A travel blog entry by sweettea


... swimming in the ocean with a friend? Let alone a playful boyfriend who like to throw you into crashing waves? The Mediterranean Sea was warm in comparison to much of the water I've been in within the USA, which was nice because well I dislike cold water. Hanging out at the ocean solo is not much fun either because you do not have anyone to put sunscreen on your back.... no I'm slightly red whoo!



A travel blog entry by libby33

... t adequately prepare poor Amber for the interrogation she copped - such is this necessary: Israel needs to protect itself. * New take on emoticons: driving into Tel Aviv a sign gives you your travelling speed. My cabbie was a bit of a lead foot, hence an unhappy emoticon :-( showing. Enough said I suppose. Ok, I will post these and show a sprinkling of photos shortly. ...

In Tel Aviv

A travel blog entry by ggrunberg


4:00 pm - We arrived at Tel Aviv and had a nice flight. We met up with our whole group from Gig Harbor, met our guide Ronnie and now getting ready for dinner.

After dinner we took a nice walk along the Mediterranean and watch a beautiful sunset.

Sunset at the beach and a play

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki


... and it was about the actual actors and there dreams. During the play they cook bread and after the play they invite the audience to come up and meet the cast. During the play they have Hebrew, Arabic and English subtitles on a screen along with a person signing on the side of the stage. It was a really cool experience and I am so glad we stumbled upon this ...

Fellini Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


... Records for producing the world’s largest dish of hummus. In the ecumenical spirit of the town, the hummus was jointly produced by 50 Jewish and Arab chefs. The dish measured 20 feet across and weighed 8,992.5 pounds. What’s not recorded is who ate this 4 tons of hummus after the record-breaking weigh in!

After Jerusalem, Abu Ghosh seemed very tiny and not particularly interesting--“Fellini Abu Ghosh” was not ...

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This hotel, located on HaYarkon 88, Tel Aviv, is near Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, Timna National Park, and Red Canyon.
Map this hotel


    More great choices in Tel Aviv

    Search for more deals in Tel Aviv


    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Miguel Tel Aviv

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good