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34 Ben Yehuda St., Tel Aviv, 63807, Israel – Show map
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24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage
Non-smoking Rooms, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 12:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Score from 343 reviews Very good
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Score from 592 reviews Good
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Score from 363 reviews Good
Housed in a former textile factory on the border between Tel Aviv and Jaffa, Overstay-TLV Backpackers Hostel has a rooftop bar and indoor lounge areas.
Score from 286 reviews Good
the staff were nice and the location was good.
the photo shown is on their best and most expensive room. They have no photos of the other rooms which have paint peeling off the walls and are kind of dank.
I liked only the location.
I have been in the first week of January 2015, for one night, was very cold strong windy period, the domrmitory was very cold, no heating system, small beds, and with only one light wool cover, the window was unfixed, the glass almost to fall down, the shower very small box ... This is what I found for my accommodation,
Everything was of bad quality and the staff is so lame
Location is good, and dorms are among the cheapest in TA. If you have no other demands, there is no reason not to stay here. They can organise relatively cheap taxis to the airport, if that's a concern. Lockers in the room, but bring your own padlock.
The hostel - except for the lobby - is slightly shabby, and not the cleanest either. Somewhat unstable bunk beds. Wifi only in the lobby.
It is easy to find and close to the beach with two supermarkets close by. The staff are polite especially the Bulgarian lady who is very friendly and willing to help always.
Internet works on the lobby only, very noisy place especially for rooms facing the busy street up front. Most of the doors seem to have been broken and this place is very unsafe, I would not leave valuables inside, it is easy to get into a room by simply pushing the door in, The floors of the showers is dirty and the roof has broken two broken chairs and a broken table, this place looks like a cheap youth hostel in a rundown neighborhood
Location and staff
Very dirty and dark rooks. Great noize from outside.
The location was pretty cool, it's about five minutes walking far from the sea and there is a bus stop right in front of the hotel. WiFi connection available, yet only in the lobby. We definitely appreciated free breakfast (incl. croissant and coffee) and the possibility of purchasing 2l water for only 5 NIS.
The room was very dirty and by dirty I mean cockroaches in the bathroom, black hairs all over the floor and dirty blankets hidden in the closet. I know it's the cheapest hostel in Tel Aviv but I honestly think they could make it much better.
the room was clean and nice, the big breakfast, the young atmosphere...
location, friendly host
great location - very close to the beach, commercial centre (Dizengoff centre), allenby street, 25 mins walk from Old Jaffa staff was willing to help when I have asked for another room because of the noise the air conditioning was very good, without it you cannot live in this city
very noisy if you have a street view room ( I recommend you to ask for rooms at higher floors which don't face the street) small bathroom the windows didn't close, so you could hear all the noises from outside
Very small rooms Facilities were old and bad Room 10 had a nail in the madrass
Nice and mostly helpful staff, very good location in the very centre of TLV, close to the beach. Whenever I asked for directions they really tried to help me. Nice coffee and croissant for free in a nearby hostel. The hostel was very cheap especially when compared with other accomodation in town.
The hostel was not very clean, even though there was someone cleaning it every day. I know it is a very cheap place to stay and I did not have high excpectaions, but c'mon just put some effort into cleaning if you are already doing it. I was very thankful that the hostel was almost empty as there were large holes between doors and frames and one could hear everything going on on the corridors. When on the first day I asked to change a lightbulb in a toilet near my room I was told to use a different toilet and the lightbulb was not changed. Cannot understand why. Wi-fi was available only at the reception, which had not been any problem for me before I left for Israel but then I realised that in Israel (especially in TLV) you get free wi-fi simply everywhere, even on the beach and in the streets, so it seems kind of below standard.
Good location, very close to the beach, shops, transport and other parts of Tel Aviv. Value for money.
Pretty run down interior, the TV/set didn't work.
- location - price - free coffee and croissant for breakfast - kind staff
- no elevator - no wifi in the rooms - no air conditioning (in the cheapest room)
The location was very central, very easy to get to from the airport or bus and train terminal. Quick walk to the beach.
Room was very small, not much air flow and thin walls, so you could hear everything in the hallway. Rooms were not dirty, but not very clean. Breakfast (coffee and croissant) were included, but other hostels serve a bigger more continental breakfast.
Good location, great arrangement with the taxi company to get to the airport, good breakfast deal, comfortable room with AC
The internet didn't reach the room (but that's not too bad)
I stayed in a single room. It was basic but good. The location was excellent. Good value for money.
the staff is verry unproffessional, even though they didnt have available rooms for the date we wanted them, they didnt inform us about it, untill 2 days before we were flying to Tel Aviv. Next they tried to charge us for not turning up in the hotel, even though they were the ones offering a room when they had none... i do not recomend this place or those people. they will do everything to rip you off so they might as well steal your bags when you are there.
I liked the location and kind and polite staff. The beach was in walking distance and there was a grocery shop opened 24h a day (including Shabbat) just around the corner.
The room had nothing to do with the rooms we saw in the photos posted on the hostel's website, it was in much worse state. If that was the "superior double room" indeed, I don't even want to thing how the standard rooms looked like. It seemed to be an old office, quickly and cheaply converted to a bedroom. Our bedroom was connected with adjacent room by a door which (although locked but with a significant gap below) allowed us to hear everything that went on in the another room (and I suppose it worked both ways, so we did not had too much privacy). The door leading to the corridor was even worse, it was not a solid door, but an office door with a glass piece that was simply painted over. The lock was not in good condition either. Everything in the room was dirty and old, the window in the bathroom did not even had a curtain, so we either had to use the toiled with the light turned off or to risk that the neighbours see us naked. The place was noisy at night due to noisy street and neighbourhood. The breakfast consisted of just a coffee and a croissant, and we had to walk to another hostel. There was no common space as such to meet other travellers, just a tiny space around the reception with all the seats always occupied by people with their smartphones and laptops, as it was the ONLY place in the entire hostel where the WiFi worked. That was definitely the worse place we stayed in Israel - but the price did not reflect that. I am sorry, but I cannot recommend this place to anyone wishing to stay in Tel Aviv for more than one night.
Great location, helpful staff
The single room was tiny
Can get to the beach quickly. Was pretty cheap.
Wifi only in shared space downstairs. Shared bathroom was pretty dirty, chunks of paint were falling from the ceiling in the shower. Staff were so-so. Much prefer the Deborah up the road.
The place is ckose to bayside!
the lock of the door is not safe!
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