The Petach Tikva – Yad Labanim Guest House is located in the center of Israel making it a unique base for exploring Tel Aviv and the Coastal Plain. The hostel has 31 rooms and offers all guests a free nutritious breakfast and free Wi-Fi.
The guest house is made up of 6 one-story buildings with 31 rooms in total. Each room comes with with air conditioning, an en-suite bathroom with a shower, TV and a mini-bar.
Both private and dormitory rooms can be booked. These are cleaned daily.
A healthy, delicious Kosher breakfast with Israeli buffet and cooked foods is served every day in the dining room, which seats up to 100 people. This is included in the price of your room. Additional meals can be booked in advance for groups of 25 or more guests. All food is Kosher.
Facilities and Seminars
A wide range of facilities are available to guests to make their stay more enjoyable. These include drinks vending machines and a TV room. Conferences, seminars, family and other events can be organized upon request, and there is a classroom on site which can be used for study days.
Things to do
Petach Tikva was founded in 1878, with the aid of Baron Edmond de Rothschild, and is home today to some 200,000 citizens. Within Petach Tikva are several sites of interest, including the Museum of Man and Nature, a local history museum, a Holocaust museum, the Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Yad L'Banim soldiers memorial and a zoo, located in Independence Park.
Neighboring Petach Tikva is Ramat Gan with its important Diamond District. The Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum shows both the natural construction of the diamond, and the process thereafter when the raw diamond is turned into the product we all know of.
Tel Aviv, a metropolitan with innumerable attractions and sites of interest, is located a short ride from the Hostel. Tel Aviv is known best for its vibrant, diverse culture – the beaches and nightlife of Tel Aviv are among the best in the country, and locals and tourists alike flocking in droves to partake. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the “White City” of Tel Aviv, complete with Bauhaus architecture and a pre-planned city layout, Tel Aviv has become one Israel's number-spot for modern historical importance.
The cultural scene of Tel Aviv can be found across the city, from the run-down area of Allenby street where falafel and cold drinks are bought “street food-style” to the chic Rothschild street where celebrities sit at cafés and expensive restaurants. A city without any real cultural boundaries, Tel Aviv's diverse immigrant population is the cause for such varied culture, a feature component in the lifeblood of Tel Aviv itself.
Where southern Tel Aviv ends, Jaffa (or Yafo) begins. With the landmark clock tower, one of eight built by the Ottomans throughout Israel, Jaffa's charm combines old world flavor with the sea, the Port being popular for restaurants, cafés and bars. The Old City of Jaffa, the rich history of the city built against the buffeting waves of the Mediterranean, has several sites of interest.
Address: Yahalom street 34, Petach Tikva 49404
Tel: 02-5945533 Fax: 03-9217222
Nationwide Reservations: 1-599-510-511
Reception Hours: Sunday to Friday: 07:00 – 23:00
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