The Norman, reflecting Tel Aviv through the visual and culinary arts, design, architecture, entertainment and the lifestyle elements this vibrant city offers. Grandeur and style are at the heart of the Norman, which captures the elegance of the 1920’s mixed with the comforts of a world class luxury hotel. The theme continues through the interior which fuses contemporary elegance with modern Tel Aviv. Guests will have the choice of two restaurants, a brassiere serving Mediterranean cuisine with a touch of Israeli Flair, plus a renowned Japanese Restaurant – Dinings which offers panoramic views across the city. Guests can use the Library bar to unwind and enjoy late night cocktails which will be served into the early hours. Art & culture are fundamental to the entire picture at The Norman. From our design and interiors, our growing book collection shared with our guests throughout the hotel, to our stunning art collection of contemporary Israeli artists with international reputations and our monthly cultural event that take place in the Library Bar – your time in the hotel will be enriched by discovery as it will in Tel Aviv itself. The Norman comprises of two historic 1920’s buildings featuring: 50 luxurious rooms and suites, two restaurants and a stunning roof top infinity pool with captivating views and offers a wellness concept from yoga, massage, to personal training and bicycles.
Characterized by a distinctive modern design that is as stunning to the senses as it is welcoming to the soul, THE POLI HOUSE design boutique hotel in Tel Aviv is the embodiment of the urban eccentricities, diversity and personalities that shape the city’s eclectic culture and design. The whimsical and earnest designs of architect Karim Rashid and South Tel Aviv’s unfiltered, street-art lined streets, work in unison with THE POLI HOUSE’s panoramic rooftop pool, sun deck, cocktail bar, tranquil spa treatment room and quaint cafe in a luxurious 1930’s Bauhaus edifice to create a next-level hospitality experience unmatched in the White City. Originally built in 1934 as a commercial office space known as the Polishuk House, the Poli House Hotel has a colorful history that has seen it house some of the city’s most iconic operations, including the clandestine Etzel printing press during the British Mandate and later the famous “Naaley Pil” (Elephant Shoes) children’s shoe store. After lying dormant and disheveled for years, the building has been painstakingly restored to its former glory by the award-winning, Tel Aviv-based Nitza Szmuk Architects and transformed into a symbol of Tel Aviv’s renaissance as an artistic, culinary and cultural hub.
The Rothschild Hotel, located in the heart of Tel Aviv’s beautiful and prestigious Rothschild Boulevard, is renowned as the most romantic hotel in Tel Aviv. The pampering rooms of the iconic hotel attract couples celebrating their wedding night, anniversaries and birthdays, as well as many tourists who enjoy the hotel’s architecture, design, location, amenities and warm and uncompromising service. The Rothschild Hotel was designed in tribute to the Zionist vision and activities of Baron Edmond de Rothschild, a visionary who made a tremendous contribution in laying the foundations for the State of Israel. The Baron’s investment in pre-state Israel was similar in many ways to the genesis and management of modern startups – bringing together vision and reality, successes and failures, and making adjustments along the way. In today’s lingo, he would be referred to as a startup entrepreneur, and not only as the Well-Known Benefactor. The Baron visited the Land of Israel five times, each time further developing his vision and monitoring its realization. Throughout the hotel, there are subtle hints that offer a creative and experiential interpretation of the Baron’s vision, character and work. The hotel is housed in a historic and eclectic building, one of the city’s most beautiful structures. - Rothschild Hotel
The Abraham Hostel in Tel Aviv follows the footsteps of the Abraham Hostel in Jerusalem by raising the quality and standards of Tel Avivian hostels. Opened in 2016, The Abraham Hostel in Tel Aviv is located on HaRakevet Street, 50 meters from the buzzing Rothschild Boulevard in the small neighborhood known as Electric Garden (Gan HaHashmal). It is surrounded by cafes, restaurants, and nightlife, on the edge of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is within walking distance of the beach, Old Jaffa, and the edgy Florentin neighborhood. The hostel is additionally centrally located for public transportation access, including the handiest bus routes, the central bus station, and HaHagana railway station walking distance away.
The Drisco, a 5 star superior Hotel resides within an iconic building dating back to 1866, built over 40 years prior to the establishment of Tel Aviv in what was formerly the first and most prestigious hotel outside the old gates of Jaffa. The Drisco presents an authentic glimpse of Tel Aviv’s diverse past and ever-evolving present. The property’s elegant, chic design - the creative work of architect and interior designer Ari Shaltiel, extends across 42 luxurious rooms and suites, a swanky bar and the George & John restaurant, a culinary marvel blending a taste of Israel with a dash of Mediterranean panache. We also welcome guests to indulge in a moment of relaxation in our deluxe spa and capture the city’s picturesque skyline from the breezy rooftop. Set in the heart of the trendy Noga neighbourhood and the historic American-Germany Colony, the hotel is a short walk from all the local must-see spots, including the renowned Carmel, Levinsky, Flea and Greek markets, glimmering beachfront and stunning promenade, the ancient Jaffa Port, a selection of the best nightlife haunts in town, and so much more. Ben Gurion Airport is located 14 miles from The Drisco Hotel, about a 25 minute journey by taxi. The Drisco is a proud member of The Leading Hotels of the World.
Hotel Montefiore prides itself on uncompromisingly professional service and its welcoming staff makes guests feel like family. This Twenties mansion in the White City section of Tel Aviv has to be seen to be believed. Montefiore is a modern twelve-room boutique hotel, combining the intimacy of a small guest house with the service philosophy of a high-end luxury hotel. A large part of the appeal is the Montefiore’s restaurant, a Vietnamese-influenced brasserie.The Montefiore’s service is genuinely friendly, with a can-do spirit, along with the effortlessly chic visual style, that keeps lovely people coming back.