Hotel Montefiore is an example of a Tel Avi boutique hotel that will take you back to the 1920s with its elegance and luxury. Located in the heart of Tel Aviv, the hotel offers 12 remarkable rooms with unique and chic decors. Each room is beautifully designed with state-of-the-art furniture and a variety of books to chose from in a library, which occupies one of the walls in each room. Whether you are staying in or visiting, the breakfast is essential, with a mix of French and oriental specialties to savor. With its privileged location a few steps away from Rothschild Boulevard, The Montefiore Hotel is also a great spot for a few drinks.
Located in the best location in town, The Alma Hotel is only a few blocks away from the beach and the chic quarter of Neve Tzedek. The eclectic architecture of the building dates back to 1925 when Tel Aviv was newly founded. The stained glass on the windows tells the story of Tel Aviv in the 1920s. Apart from its 15 rooms and suites, this boutique hotel offers fine dining in the Alma Lounge. If you’re in the area and want to grab a drink, the bar offers a relaxed atmosphere and a great cocktail menu.
This boutique hotel situated in the heart of Tel Aviv, steps away from Rothschild Boulevard, the charming Neve Tzedek and the beach, The Brown Hotel is an ideal choice tourists fascinated by this vibrant city. The nightlife, art and culture of Tel Aviv are only moments away from the hotel. Inside, Brown TLV houses 30 chic rooms with idiosyncratic design. There’s also a sundeck is situated on the last floor, which overlooks the sublime city skyline.
The Shenkin Hotel, will make it an unforgettable visit. Located a few steps away from the vibrant Shenkin Street, the boutique Tel Aviv hotel offers cozy rooms and spa treatments. The rooftop and outdoor terrace are ideal for unwinding and enjoying complimentary cookies and coffee.
The Diaghilev features a unique selection of art pieces designed by Israeli artists and displayed throughout the hotel and suites. The hotel also features its own design studio, where local artists collaborate and design unique pieces to display and sell. You’ll also find a buzzing hotel café and bar.
Located in a Bauhaus-style building, The Cinema Hotel was originally the first movie theatre of Tel Aviv. The unique décor displays original projectors and movie posters, harking back to the original design. Classical movies are screened in the hotel lobby and popcorn is served to the audience to heighten the nostalgic atmosphere. The Hotel’s rooftop overlooks Dizengoff Square, a vibrant quarter of the city, where you can enjoy a night out or grab a quick bite or Israeli brunch from the variety of restaurants and bars on offer.
The Norman Hotel captures the elegance of the 1920s in the center of Tel Aviv. Situated in a Bauhaus building with both Renaissance and oriental styles, The Norman offers a selection of 50 rooms and suites each with splendid views of the White City. Two delicious restaurants are offered in the hotel: The Norman and Dinings Restaurants. The Norman is a brasserie and presents Mediterranean cuisine, which you can enjoy inside or on the outside terrace. Dinings is an Izakya-style restaurant offering Japanese tapas and modern European cuisine. Located on the rooftop, you can enjoy the sushi chefs in action while taking in panoramic views of Tel Aviv.