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Hotel Joseph TLV (Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel)

Hotel Joseph TLV (Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel)

About Joseph TLV

Hotel Joseph is a new and modern designed boutique hotel. The hotel is located on the border between Jaffa and Tel Aviv and is only a few steps away from the port of Jaffa and the Old City, from the lively and developing flea market and from the entertainment and food areas of Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The hotel has 19 new rooms divided into four categories according to the levels of accessories and the size of the room. Rooms are designed with an innovative design and a wink to the history of the city. You are invited to experience the city of Tel Aviv-Jaffa through the Joseph Hotel - a combination of East and West, renewal and refreshment, an old side mixed with the new, a variety of attractions, recreation and culinary delights. Beaches fun and city life without a break. Rooms Our hotel has 19 rooms divided into four categories. The rooms are furnished with very high quality furniture, beds with the highest level of mattresses, luxurious bathrooms, central and quiet air conditioning, free wireless and wired internet, TV screen (42-55 inches). The rooms vary in size, With a meticulous combination between the old world's luxury and todays modern comforts. Classic Room Modern decorated room suitable for a couple. There is a double bed with an orthopedic mattress, a seating area with 2 armchairs, a 42" inch screen TV with internet connection with film and application channels from all over the world (Netflix included), high quality bathroom with Italian marble in the room (hairdryer), iron with ironing facilities and a safe. Deluxe Room Modern decorated room suitable for a couple. In the room there is a double head bed with an orthopedic mattress, a full seating area: sofa and chair table (possibility of adding a double bed for up to 4 people with extra charge and advance notice). A 50" inch TV screen with internet connection with movie, application and channels from all over the world, a high-quality shower room with Italian marble in the room (hair dryer), iron with ironing facilities and a safe. Studio Room Modern decorated room suitable for a couple. In the room there is a double head bed with an orthopedic mattress, a full living room with a sofa bed, an option for an extra bed for a couple. 4 people can accommodate the room if necessary. A 42" INCH screen TV with internet connection, film and applications and channels from all over the world. high quality bathroom with Italian marble in the room (hairdryer), iron with ironing facilities and safe. Suite Room A large 35 m² room suitable for a couple, in the room is a double head bed with an orthopedic mattress, two armchairs and a 42" INCH screen. Internet connection with movies and applications and channels from all over the world. The room has a high-quality shower and is designed with Italian marble and includes a (hair dryer), iron with ironing facilities and safe. About The Joseph boutique hotel is situated on the border between Jaffa and Tel Aviv - a few steps from the Noga compound on Jerusalem Boulevard, the lively and developing flea market, Neve Tzedek neighborhood, the station complex, Old Jaffa and the port, Tel Aviv beach and the promenade. The hotel rooms are decorated in a modern design line and in a similar style. The size and structure of the room vary from room to room. The rooms are equipped with quality beds, luxurious shower rooms, TV screen, Wi-Fi, coffee / tea maker, safe and hairdryer. Number of rooms suitable for families with children. The design of the hotel is innovative but influenced by the history of the city and accompanied by reminders of the Jaffa oranges and the pastoral orchards of Jaffa that existed in the area until about 100 years ago. The design ranges from minimalist modern design to traditional oriental motifs. For hundreds of years, Jaffa served as the main gate for goods and travelers who arrived in israel. The port in Jaffa was built on the basis of a small bay on its natural coastline, which enabled protection from winds and waves. When we built the Hotel we wanted to combine the history of the city with the trend of modern and renewal. Experience the mystery of the renewed city of Jaffa and the vibrant city of Tel Aviv. We would love to be your pampering port while you are in town. And help you experience the city as you did not know it. The hotel has 19 rooms on four levels. A lounge with an advanced espresso machine with all kinds of Italian gourmet coffee, tea corner, cold drinks and refreshments (cakes and cookies) served 24/7 The hotel does not serve breakfast but it has an arrangement with several nearby restaurants serving a full Israeli breakfast. A voucher for restaurants can be purchased in advance or at reception. In the lobby area of the hotel - a small intimate bar serving all kinds of drinks, seating areas where business meetings can be held, nice décor and refreshments. In the building where the hotel is located - parking for the guests of the hotel at a fee of 25 NIS per day without an exit limit and entrance to the garage is covered and secured. Joseph Hotel - Our Story Joseph Hotel (יוסף) - The Dahaf Building (formerly "Migdalot Jaffa" building) was established at the intersection of Jerusalem Boulevard and Ben Tzvi Street in Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The place was named by the Jaffa Municipality Square after the Jaffa Municipality building, which was built there in 1935 The boulevard, now called "Jerusalem Boulevard", was established in 1915 by the Ottoman governor of Jaffa Hassan Bek in the midst of the First World War. The governor envied Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, which had been established a few years earlier and wanted to establish in Jaffa a similar and wide avenue that paved parallel to the narrow, crowded street that was the only main street that crossed the city (now Yefet Street). At first, the boulevard did not lead anywhere - an aerial photograph of the same period shows that the boulevard was established in the Jaffa orchards and was intended to connect the orchards and the Sakhna that were in the eastern part of Jaffa to the heart of the city. The beginning of the boulevard was on a street called the Camel Trail or through Nablus (the road that was the beginning of the historic Jaffa-Nablus road) and is now called Eilat Street. For planning the avenue, the Turkish governor invited the Jewish architect and engineer Gedalyahu Wilbushevitz. He asked that the avenue be designed like the boulevards designed by the Baron Georges-Eugene Osman in Paris and integrated with the orchards that were around. The boulevard was established with urgency and coercion. Jews and Arabs who were caught in the streets had been taken to work. And the materials for its construction, including the seedlings, were robbed by force. The residents of Jaffa later remembered how Hassan Bek "expanded the main street to plant a boulevard ... People were kidnapped on the street to Shochra - forced labor for the government - and were forced to work day and night to speed up the planting of the avenue. Name - The boulevard was named "Jamal Pasha Boulevard" after the Ottoman ruler Jamal Pasha At the beginning of the British Mandate period the, spine was the eastern boundary of the city of Jaffa. On the eastern side of the avenue lay the citrus groves of Jaffa, the houses of orchards, and a few well houses. In the western part of the boulevard between the boulevard and Old Jaffa and the sea, the city's neighborhoods began to develop. In 1935, the municipality square was inaugurated together with the new municipality building on the corner of "Derech Yerushalayim" Street (which was part of the historic Jaffa-Jerusalem road) - now Derech Ben Zvi Street. At the same time, traffic circles (squares) were erected on the avenue in the street meetings that gave the boulevard a European appearance, with the aim of erasing the eastern appearance of the city and giving it a "western view." According to the British plan, Jaffa was to be a multi-city city in the style of a European city. During the 1930s, the British Mandate government prepared a master plan for the city of Jaffa. The plan was disqualified because of objections, and in 1946 an additional master plan was prepared in Cairo by the Egyptian architect Ali Almaligi Mas'ud and under the auspices of the Arab Jaffa municipality and the Mandatory government. Almalighe Massoud has planned a city with wide boulevards and round or square squares in meetings in the style of a British or French garden city. In the end, the idea was implemented only on Jerusalem Boulevard. In the center of the boulevard, a stylish "park" was established, where families and passersby arrived. At the time, King George's Avenue was named after King George V of England. Immediately after the establishment of the State of Israel, the cities of Tel Aviv and Jaffa were united under one municipality, and since Tel Aviv was already King George Street, the name of the boulevard was changed and it was named for the road to Jerusalem that left the city of Jaffa in the old days and started on the boulevard "From which the road to Jaffa port began). The city of Jaffa is renewed and in recent years many buildings have been renovated, the streets are regulated and the city has become a lively and tourist destination alongside its older (and younger) sister Tel Aviv. The hotel is located on the seam line between old and new, between east and west - south of Noga and only a few steps away from the recreation and culinary areas of the Flea Market, Jaffa Port and the station compound. For hundreds of years, Jaffa served as the main gate for goods and travelers who arrived in Palestine. The port in Jaffa was built on the basis of a small bay on its natural coastline, which enabled protection from winds and waves. Jaffa is mentioned for the first time in the Bible in the Book of Joshua and in Chronicles it is mentioned that the port of Jaffa came from ships that brought with them trees from Tire and Sidon to build the first Temple. About 200 years ago, when the Turks ruled the country, extensive renovation and construction activities were carried out in Jaffa, because it was severely damaged in many wars. At the time, most of the city's residents were Muslims. The city expanded and its population grew at a dizzying pace. Many citrus orchards were planted in the vicinity of the city, and the name of the city was famous in Israel and abroad thanks to citrus growing. The name "Jaffa Oranges" has become a trademark of the country's orange blossoms. The hotel was named Joseph after A number of "Josephs". The first is Joseph Moyal, a native of Rabat, Morocco, who was a successful merchant and leader of the Western community in the Jewish community of Jaffa, in the days before the establishment of the city of Tel Aviv. Joseph is responsible for the redemption of many lands in the area of Tel Aviv today, including the neighborhood of the camp named after him. He was the main developer of the clock tower and clock square in Jaffa. The second is Yosef Chelouche, a native of Jaffa and one of the founders of Tel Aviv. The third is Yosef Lishansky, one of the leaders of the Nili underground, which operated during the First World War against Turkish rule in the Land of Israel. There are those that say that The character in the song called "Ballad to Double Agent" is inspired by him and combines the history of the city of Jaffa and the Land of Israel, and says Joseph "used to stay in luxury hotels". Maybe at another time, it might have been our Hotel. Near us The city of Tel-Aviv Jaffa offers all the attractions that a tourist city offers to couples, young people, families and in fact any age and any area of interest. A combination of history and antiques, a true Mediterranean atmosphere, sea smell from the harbor, beaches, coffee aromas in the air, vibrant city, commerce, the bustling flea market is 200 meters from the hotel and bars and clubs are open until the wee hours. Many chose Tel Aviv Jaffa as the center of their art and the city is full of various art galleries. In recent years the area has become a focus of Food and culinary, many restaurants in different styles of food opened their doors alongside the famous hummus restaurants and bakeries. The Noga Theater complex is also hundreds of meters away and turns into a lively and young area in the evenings. Other busy recreation areas are active in the city until the wee hours of the night, all within a few minutes' walk of the hotel. Bloomfield Football Stadium is also a 5-minute walk away, and Tel Aviv Jaffa College is 350 meters from the hotel. The Old City of Jaffa, with its alleys, antiquities and the fishermen's market, is 750 meters from the hotel. Various tours of the city can be booked with a wide array of interests including graffiti, culinary, history and art. During these tours, local guides will introduce you to the magic and wonders of Jaffa. A little further north and within a 15-20 minute walk are already known beaches of Tel Aviv (1.2 km from the hotel), the Carmel Market, the old station complex (1.1 km from the hotel), the Neve Tzedek neighborhood with alleys and food and entertainment venues, Dilal to dance. Lively Rothschild Street and the city's clubs and restaurants. Contact Us The hotel offers 19 different rooms in four different categories. it Is a place in a building that has been converted into a boutique hotel and its location on Jerusalem Boulevard and a few minutes walk from the flea market making it accessible and attractive to tourists from Israel and abroad. You are welcome to contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions STREET ADRESS: Jerusalem boulevard 49, Tel-Aviv Jaffa HOTEL PHONE NUMBER: 03-600-8833 FAX:03-600-8838 WHATSAPP NUMBER ONLY: 051-246-1547 E-MAIL:

Top amenities

  • WiFi in lobby
  • Free WiFi(Unavailable)
  • Pool(Unavailable)
  • Spa(Unavailable)
  • Parking
  • Pets (Unavailable)
  • A/C
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  • Hotel bar
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All amenities

Property amenities
  1. Business centre
  2. Elevator
  3. Parking
  4. Terrace
  5. Hotel bar
  6. Hotel safe
  7. Non-smoking rooms
  8. Computer with internet
  9. 24-hour reception
  10. Laundry service
  11. WiFi in public areas
  12. Hypoallergenic rooms
Room amenities
  1. Shower
  2. Ironing board
  3. Television
  4. Hairdryer
  5. Central heating
  6. Air conditioning
  7. Cosmetic mirror
  8. Satellite TV
  9. Desk
  10. Telephone
  11. Cable TV
  12. Fridge
  1. Accessible hotel
  2. Accessible bathroom
  3. Accessible parking
  4. In-room accessibility

Arrival / Departure

  1. Check in: 15:00
  2. Check out: 11:00


Jerusalem 49 Boulevard , Tel Aviv-Yafo , Israel
Telephone: +972(3)6008833 | 

Frequently Asked Questions about Joseph TLV

  • Is there a pool area at Joseph TLV?

    No, Joseph TLV doesn’t offer pool areas.

  • Are pets allowed at Joseph TLV?

    No, Joseph TLV doesn’t allow pets.

  • Is parking available at Joseph TLV?

    Yes, Joseph TLV provides Parking, Accessible parking for guests.

  • What time is check-in and check-out at Joseph TLV?

    Check-in at Joseph TLV is available from: . Check-out time is by .

  • Where is Joseph TLV located?

    Joseph TLV is located in Jerusalem 49 Boulevard, , Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel.