Stay in a restored Eclectic-style building
The Eclectic style of architecture was popular in Tel Aviv during the 1920s, and Balfour 6 is a stunning example. Recently restored as part of the municipality’s conservation project for historic buildings in the city, the outside maintains the quirky Eclectic aesthetic, and the interior is modern and spacious, with floor-to-ceiling windows and fine art lining the walls. Sandwiched between Rothschild Boulevard, Carmel Market, Nahalat Binyamin and Sheinkin Street, it is an ideal base for exploring Tel Aviv’s trendy Lev Ha’ir neighbourhood. There is also a free parking space for guests.