This seafront property is a haven of serenity that feels far away from the hubbub of Hayarkon Street below. The rooms are beach house–chic, with navy-and-white furnishings and luxe, incredibly comfortable beds. On the fifth floor is a decadent roof deck, complete with wooden rocking chairs, hammocks, sitting pods (enclosed couches padded with lots of cushions) and, best of all, free massage sessions from the on-duty masseuse. For more pampering, you can book a longer massage or splurge on a “Spa Guest Room,” which includes a hot tub. The kitchen hosts a free kosher, dairy Happy Hour every evening, though the hotel doesn’t have a kashrut certificate. With menu items like green morning shakes and zucchini, onion and sage shakshuka, breakfast, included in the room rate, has plenty of options for vegans, vegetarians, and any visitor looking to sample an elevated version of the world-renowed Israeli breakfast. Location is primo, too, across the road from Independence Park from where it’s an easy stroll to Hilton Beach.