Abraham Hostels and Tours is expanding their offerings in Tel Aviv to attract more business travellers. The company said their vision is to bring a new and exciting edge to business travel, by covering all business travellers’ needs ‘for an entirely carefree experience from start to finish.’ Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv is centrally located in Israel’s bustling start-up and nightlife scene. The hostel’s offerings for business guests include comfortable rooms, co-working spaces, daily events, transportation and tours for an all-inclusive business travel package.

Recent studies have indicated that attracting business travellers could be key to maintaining customer loyalty with Millennial travellers, who are responsible for the largest portion of youth accommodation bookings. Over the next three years, Millennials will come to represent half of the global workforce. A new Expedia report revealed that Millennials are more likely than older generations to extend a business trip into a leisure trip, or Bleisure travel, if the location of the business travel is interesting and the additional cost for the leisure travel is low.

Abraham Business is part of the highly acclaimed and award-winning Abraham Hostels and Tours brand that operates out of three major tourism hubs in Israel – Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Nazareth.

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Source: Abraham Hostels and Tours

The chain, which offers the Abraham Bus, allows guests to visit each of the Abraham Hostel and Tour locations and mobilise visitors throughout Israel. The three brother hostels, each with their own distinct character, continue to provide true hospitality,

Abraham Hostels and Tours is a WYSE Travel Confederation member. The chain was founded six years ago by Maoz Inon, Gal Mor, Nitzan Kimchi, Yaron Burgin and Dror Tishler who dreamed of a hostel that would bring travellers together and serve as a one-stop-shop, providing everything from an affordable bed, trust-worthy travel information, tours & transportation throughout Israel, and immersive cultural events.