Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Tel Aviv-Yafo

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Tel Aviv has been chosen especially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Tel Aviv accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Tel Aviv are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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Tel Aviv is a buzzing modern city that’s home to a large number of start-up businesses.

About Tel Aviv-Yafo

Situ Serviced Apartments in Tel Aviv

Browse our carefully selected range of serviced apartments in Tel Aviv, where the busy corporate traveller has access to everything they might need. Key facilities include fully-equipped kitchens, spacious dining and living rooms, homely bedrooms, and free wi-fi; as well as on-site housekeeping and laundry services. In addition, the space on offer in our properties rivals luxury apartments in Tel Aviv.

Situ’s furnished apartments are designed to make guests feel like they are staying in their very own ‘home-away-from-home’, where they can live and work self-sufficiently and independently.  

Where Is Tel Aviv?

Tel Aviv is on the western (Mediterranean) coast of Israel.  

The city itself has a population of 450,000, but its wider metropolitan area is home to around 4.3 million people, meaning that around 45% of the population of Israel live here. This larger area also includes the port city of Jaffa, or Yafo, meaning that the metropolitan area is sometimes referred to as Tel Aviv-Jaffa or Tel Aviv-Yafo. 

Israel’s capital city, Jerusalem, is 34 miles south-east of Tel Aviv. When you look simply at the number of people resident within the respective city boundaries, Jerusalem is the largest city, but the 4.3 million living in Tel Aviv’s metropolitan area is more than three times the number that reside in Greater Jerusalem. This means that Tel Aviv is, in many ways, the economic powerhouse of Israel. 

Tel Aviv is not part of the disputed territories of the Gaza Strip and West Bank, and so has been largely insulated from the conflicts that have affected the region. 

There are direct flights from many European and US cities to Tel Aviv, and once you’ve arrived, the city is at the centre of an efficient and modern public transport network. 

English is not one of the official languages of Israel – these are Hebrew and Arabic – but you’re likely to find that most people in Tel Aviv speak very good English. 


Business in Tel Aviv

Israel ranks among the top 40 largest economies in the world. International Monetary Fund data shows that the country is now in the top twenty based on gross domestic product per capita. 

The Greater Tel Aviv area is by far the largest conurbation in the country. It makes a massive contribution of around 50% to the country’s GDP. The Israel Stock Exchange is located in the city. 

Tel Aviv’s economy is heavily service based. Significant sectors include banking, finance and insurance, real estate, technology, and business services such as law and accounting. 

The city is home to many start-up enterprises. These sit alongside internationally recognised names such as Google, Intel, Microsoft, Facebook, UBS, HSBC, EY, and PwC, who all have a presence in the city. 

The currency of Israel is the shekel, with 100 agorot making up one shekel. 

As in many cities around the world, you’ll find an InterNations business networking group here. Many other networking groups are specifically designed for start-up businesses. At Entrepreneur Networking Israel, businesses can share ideas and people can find partners for their start-up enterprises. Start-Up Grind Tel Aviv hosts monthly meetings aimed at teaching, inspiring, and connecting participants.


Things To Do in Tel Aviv

The White City area of Tel Aviv has been designated a World Heritage Site and is well known for its startling 1930s Brutalist architecture. 

If that’s not to your taste, then head a couple of miles south to the old port city of Jaffa, where you can see some lovely old stone architecture, of which the acropolis is a particular highlight. 

You’ll find some ultra-modern architecture at the Museum of Art. Inside, its collection includes works by Degas, Monet, Van Gogh, Moore, Picasso, and Pollock, alongside many creations by native artists. 

Art lovers can also go to the hidden gem that is the Rockach House sculpture gallery, located in the Neve Tzedek Quarter. This quarter is the oldest area of the city, with the buildings dating back to the 1880s. 

This is a very cosmopolitan city, and this is reflected in the variety of international cuisine you’ll find here. Some of the best cafés and restaurants are to be found along the Tayelet, a paved boardwalk alongside the main beaches that runs all the way from Tel Aviv to Jaffa.

Whatever you choose to do, staying in a Situ serviced apartment in Tel Aviv will help you make the most of your time here.





By Air

The largest airport in Israel is Ben Gurion International Airport, sometimes known as Yafo Airport or Lydda Airport. It’s located just nine miles south-east of Tel Aviv city centre and serves 50 destinations worldwide. You can fly direct from European cities such as London (Heathrow), Athens, Paris, Frankfurt, Munich, Amsterdam, Madrid, Barcelona, and Milan. In the US, travellers can fly from airports including New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and Chicago.

By Rail

The city’s main railway station is Tel Aviv Center, sometimes known as Tel Aviv Savidor Mercaz. From Tel Aviv, you can travel to other Israeli cities such as Jerusalem, Haifa, Modi’in , Be’er Sheba, Lod, Kiryat Gat, Lehavim, and Nahariya.

There are typically several departures per hour to Ben Gurion Airport, with the journey taking just 18 minutes.

Trains to Nahariya, via Haifa, usually depart every half-hour and take 1 hour 45 minutes to reach their destination. You can board trains to these destinations from either the central railway station or from University station, which is the principal rail terminal in the north of the city.

Services to Jerusalem also depart every half-hour and take around 45 minutes to reach the capital. These trains also call at Ben Gurion. The new double decker high speed trains on this route are the flagships of Israel Railways’ fast and modern network.

Tel Aviv is constructing a city-wide light rail metro network, which is scheduled to open in 2023.

By Bus

The main Arlozorov bus station is conveniently located right next to the main railway station. From here, there are frequent buses to all areas of the city and its suburbs, with services on some routes operating as frequently as every seven minutes. Buses in the city don’t accept cash and you will therefore need a Rav-Kav smart card.

Some trains and buses stop running for the Jewish Sabbath, which lasts from sunset on Friday to sunset on Saturday.

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