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Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv: Just for Business

The Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv Review is part of the #NoCollusion, No Albania for TPOL where I break my 100 country count mark. See the World Map for where I’ve been.


Getting There: It costs 140 shekels ($38) to get to the Hotel Indigo. Before you arrive in Tel-Aviv, I recommend downloading the Gett app or carrying cash as the taxi from the airport does not take credit.


The Location 

Welcome to the Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv, a cautionary tale that booking the best points value doesn’t necessarily mean you’re booking the right hotel. While I was in the Iberia Lounge in Madrid waiting for my business class flight to Tel Aviv, I started checking for hotels in the first stop of my #NoCollusion tour. I try to book hotels ahead of time, but this one was literally booked as I was taking off. I ended up picking the IHG hotel with the best redemption for my points. What I know now that I did not know then is that Tel Aviv is like Tokyo in that it there are multiple cities within a city. The Hotel Indigo is located in the business district away from the bars and Dizengoff and the clubs of Rothschild.

a building with a sign on the side a tall building with many windows a building with a glass door and a table two flags on a pole

The Room

I’ve become efficient at taking photos of the room. After being detained at the airport, the last thing I wanted to do was sleep. I methodically took photos of the bed and the interesting wallpaper and headed out for a light evening that began at 1:30AM.

a bed with white sheets and pillows a bedroom with a tv and a bed a bed with white sheets and pillows a room with a bed and a desk and chair a bedroom with a glass wall a desk with a chair and a green lamp

a black device with gold colored capsules
I wanted an espresso but all they had in the room was decaf. I told the front desk, and they asked how I knew they were decaf. Hint: a red dot means no caffeine.

a bottle of water on a coaster a wall with a picture of a bird and a temperature controller a poster with a drawing of a man in armor a close up of a sign

The Bathroom 

I probably should’ve showered before heading out, but time was of the essence. a bathroom with a mirror and sink a group of small bottles of soap and towels on a white surface a white sink with a silver faucet a glass shower with a towel on the glass door a shower head in a bathroom

Overall

The Hotel Indigo was a comfortable place to rest my head, but unless I’m doing business in Tel Aviv, I’m staying elsewhere.

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  1. We have stayed there for few days and we keep coming back. Excellent location, friendly and courteous staff, spacious and comfortable room. It is a gem and we had a wonderful stay. Will be back for sure

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