This massive, container-like structure, smack dab in the middle of Hayarkon Park and steps from the Tel Aviv Port, is proof that the hostel movement is still alive and kicking. With options that include single-person pods, family rooms, and classic 12-bed, mixed gender dormitories, the Spot is more of a travel hub than any one category of accommodation. Its spacious lobby-level restaurant serves complimentary breakfast as well as a full menu throughout the day, both to hostel guests and to the many locals who appreciate its convenient location and ample sitting space. The front desk staff can advise on a number of activities oriented to young, single travelers, like pub crawls,bikes tours, music performances or beer making workshops on-premise if you feel like staying in. The beds have curtains, though the rooms lack windows and can get extremely humid especially during the summer months.
. [tel] . 80 units. $96– $130 double. . Amenities: restaurant; bar; games room; free Wifi.