This is some prime real estate: right along the tree-lined artery that contains so much of the cultural heritage of modern Tel Aviv. Built in 1934, in the Bauhaus style still so prevalent in this part of the city, this 25-room hotel has clean, contemporary design—think gingham throws and nubbly, lime-green carpets on blond-wood floors. With its all-suite layout, and a kitchenette and small dining table in each room, it’s a particularly good option for long-term stays. (Mine, on the other hand, was a one-night deal.) L’Occitane bath products are a nice touch. The vibe is pretty self-serve, but a clerk does staff the ground-floor lounge all night long.