From visiting for business to for the annual gay pride parade, Tel Aviv attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. This has led to an arms race of sorts among local hotels, with each trying to outdo the other in style, comfort and amenities. So whether you’re looking for a cool place to lay your head or a gritty-chic room to get lost in for the weekend, here’s the best and funkiest boutique hotels the city has to offer.
Located inside a historic building inside UNESCO’s White City, every room in the hotel is different due to its specially curated furniture, art and trinkets. They even have a breakfast deal with the Cicchetti – one of Tel Aviv’s best places for brunch.
About the place:City, Boutique, Arty, Design, Stylish, Historic
The Poli House Hotel is among the city’s newest and most hyped boutique hotels, an amalgam of the contemporary and the whimsical inside the finest of Bauhaus structures with a rooftop bar that will leave you in awe.
About the place:Arty, Great Location, Stylish, Design, Boutique, Modern, Unusual, City, Historic, Quirky
And indeed the Rothschild is part 19th-century Europe and part 21st-century Tel Aviv, with a unique mesh of colonial and eclectic. All of the hotel’s paintings were specially commissioned from Israeli artists and painted on the doors of the historic building. There’s also fantastic bistro in the lobby.