Perfect location beach side
The ideal hotel location
The Blue Sea Marble Hotel is located on Ha’Yarkon Street, 100 steps from Tel Aviv’s famous beach. It is also walking distance to many of the city’s hot spots, such as the Carmel Market, Dizengoff Center, Nachalat Binyamin Fabric district and Bugrashov Street. Just one block away, the promenade stretches alongside the beach of Tel Aviv meeting Jaffa in the South and The TLV Port in the North; we are conveniently located in between.
Just 1-minute walk is the bustling Allenby Street, an historically urban artery that connects the beach area with the city center and the famous Rothschild Blvd. East of the Hotel is Ben Yehuda Street, which serves as a main transportation route and a commercial street, and acts as the main area for tourism related shops and businesses.
The hotel entrance and front are on Ha’Yarkon Street, the main street that runs parallel to Tel Aviv’s Beach, from Charles Clore Park all through the city center and north and ends at the meeting point between the port and Hayarkon Park. Being located right by the sea, Ha’Yarkon Street serves as the main touristic street as most of the tourism institutions and businesses are located along the entire coastline.
Neve Tzedek is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Tel Aviv, however, it is still full of style and young vibes. Neve Tzedek, is a district in Tel Aviv that became most fashionable in recent years due to restoration and preservation work done to bring it back to its original state. Neve Tzedek, built in 1887, was the first Jewish neighborhood outside the ancient port city of Jaffa, and was built as a suburb. The eclectic architectural style, combined with picturesque alleyways, boutiques, and chef restaurants make Neve Tzedek, one of the most unique and sought after neighborhoods in Tel Aviv. Located just 1.6 Km from the hotel, Neve Tzedek is just a 20 minute walk from the hotel, alongside the boardwalk and shore.
Tayelet tel aviv
There’s nothing better than walking or cycling along the Tel Aviv promenade, accompanied by a Mediterranean breeze and fresh salty air. The Old Jaffa Bay marks the south, the city’s skyscrapers to the east and the Tel Aviv port and the HaYarkon River to the north, no wonder the Tel Aviv promenade is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Just lay back on a bench and watch Tel Aviv live happening all around with beach visitors, the Matkot (Paddles) being played and Joggers doing their thing as the sound of the waves gently crashing on the beach. Located just a 99 steps from the hotel.
jaffa old city
From all the hustle and bustle that takes place in the city of Tel Aviv, you can almost forget the beautiful and historical gem, Jaffa Neighborhood. From historical tours to restaurants, bars and galleries, Tel Aviv’s older sister shows us she is still in the game. The vast variety of attractions in ancient Jaffa is amazing, from mosques, churches and synagogues to an ancient clock tower, wishing bridge, statues, yoga classes, museums, art galleries, trendy restaurants, boutique shops and a whole list of things to do in this new-old city. Add an impressive variety of authentic Jaffa street food establishments and a flea market, and you already need to start planning your next vacation in Tel Aviv. Jaffa is located only 2.5 km from the hotel, a walking distance of about 40 minutes or about 20 minutes of cycling along the promenade and the coastline.
The Carmel Market or Shuk Hacarmel is considered to be Tel Aviv’s most central and famous market. The Shuk is an integral part of the history of the first Hebrew city. There is a mixture of fresh goods stands and a culinary touristic center with cafes, restaurants and unique shops alongside a young and vibrant atmosphere. The smells, sounds and colors of the Carmel market have become an integral part of the city’s life over the years. Located just 700 meters from the hotel, The Carmel Market is just a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Levinsky Market is a cultural gem in the heart of the Florentine neighborhood of Tel Aviv. Although this is not the first stop for tourists in Tel Aviv, the combination of exotic spices, unique personality and the search for authenticity can lead to this market. The market is very trendy among locals and is known as one of the best places to buy spices in Tel Aviv. In just five blocks, you can taste the wide culinary history of the market that includes flavors from the Balkan countries of Persia and Yemen, sample some borax, roasted nuts and dried fruits and sip ouzo or even mince salted fish. Located only 1.8 km from the hotel, a walking distance of about 25 minutes or about 10 minutes of cycling along the promenade, the coastline, Neve Tzedek and Florentin neighborhoods.
Attractions near the hotel
- Tel Aviv Beach – 100 Steps
- Yemenite quarter – 550 meters (4 minute walk)
- Dizengoff square – 850 meters (10 minute walk)
- Tel Aviv Museum of Art – 1.9 Km (30 minute walk, 15 by bicycle)
- Bialik Square – 450 meters (3.5 minute walk)
- Tel Aviv Port – 2.6 Km (36 minute walk, 18 by bicycle)
- Nahalat Binyamin fabric boulevard (Tuesday and Friday arts and crafts market) 1.6 Km (20 minute walk)
- Bauhaus center and White city tour 900 meter (10 minute walk)
- Florentin graffiti tour 1.9 Km (30 minute walk, 15 by bicycle)
- Tel Aviv Vegan tour (can be booked at the front desk)
- Tel Aviv pub crawl (can be booked at the front desk)
- Surfing and SAP lessons (can be booked at the front desk)
- Bike rental
- Tel Aviv boat tour