If you’re feeling home-sick for Brooklyn, or, more accurately, for the global concept today known as “Brooklyn,” look no further than the Fabric Hotel. Opened in 2018 in a repurposed sewing factory, it gives homage to its roots, and to the once working-class boulevard on Nahalat Binyamin on which it’s located, with  room décor that features exposed wooden walls, stylishly mismatched furniture and retro-style light fixtures. The “quadruple room” cleverly makes space for the kiddos, with bunk beds that come with their own curtains. Its indoor-outdoor lobby bar, called “Bushwick,” serves as a coffee shop during the day and becomes a hopping bar at night, replete with a DJ. Staff is mostly young, and always friendly and attentive, and can help you join a rooftop yoga class, map out a biking tour with one of their free rentals, or wander to some of the best restaurants within walking distance (the hotel has a prime location in one of Tel Aviv’s most lively and historically significant neighborhoods, just a 10-minute stroll from Aviv Beach).