Tel Aviv gay guide
Tel Aviv is a popular upcoming gay destination. There is a lot of variety. From sandy sunny beaches to art museums. From living history to modern architecture. From gay bars to shady cruising parks and steaming saunas.
Tel Aviv gay guide
Tel Aviv gay nightlife
There are a number of gay parties in most clubs so you can dance every night, all night. If you’d rather look for a place to chill out there are number of gay and gay friendly bars and cafes and who knows, you even might find your one and only at least for the night.
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Reviews by visitors
luuk yesterday, 14:20
1. rather expensive - (approx. USD 21, € 19 )
2. really small - (one floor at the underground of building, very little space at the lockers to dress, undress etc, there were 3 more and I had to dry and dress while standing, no private cabins but some army type beds - one on top of the other, with curtains that men remove to watch even if you insist they should go away, really uncomfortable climb on the ladder, tiny dry sauna - perhaps for max. 3 or 4, one small room with slimy mattresses on the floor for group action
3. outdated - (overall furniture, door to steam sauna - hard to open and close as it is inclined rubbing against the floor, it looks and creaks like a stable door, generally looking not particularly hygienic )
4. tiny towels and thinned by old age. you'll end up asking for more (need to pay for that)
write a review John Gordon 9 months ago
A great place for older men. I loved it and went multiple times during my stay in Tel Aviv. Spacious open area with a bar, a hot tub, sauna, and several areas for individuals, couples, or groups. Everyone used condoms and showered regularly, which made for a good experience. The average age was probably 50, which is fine for this 67 year old. The individuals areas had mattresses and curtains, so you could have privacy or let guys watch. It was busy any time I went, tho late afternoons/early evenings seemed best. You can leave and come back for a small fee, otherwise it's a slightly expensive one-time entrance fee. Lots of action every time I went. Staff were cute and friendly. Highly recommended for the older crowd.
Hotels in Tel Aviv
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Mazeh 56, Tel Aviv
4 star hotel, 54 rooms, 792 reviews, score 9.1
Located next to Tel Aviv's trendy Rothschild Boulevard, The Diaghilev is set in a historic building and offers large suites with free Wi-Fi.
121 Benyehuda Street, Tel Aviv
3 star hotel, 45 rooms, 712 reviews, score 8.4
Ben Yehuda Apartments is set in the heart of Tel Aviv's shopping district, a 5-minute walk from the beach and the marina.
155 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv
5 star hotel, 324 rooms, 706 reviews, score 7.5
Set right on the beach, Herods Tel Aviv overlooks the marina. It offers an Executive Business Lounge on the 17th floor and rooms with balconies and Mediterranean Sea views.
167 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv
4 star hotel, 156 rooms, 682 reviews, score 7.3
Marina Tel Aviv Hotel features a rooftop pool, sun terrace and bar offering stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and the marina.
121 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv
5 star hotel, 342 rooms, 473 reviews, score 7.7
The Renaissance Tel Aviv is right on the beach. The hotel offers a wellness centre with indoor swimming pool, and rooms with views of the sea, the marina or of Jaffa.