The Karim Rashid-designed Poli House, a whimsical, color-drenched wonder of a luxury hotel, merges Tel Aviv’s proud past with its tech-centric, sleek and sexy future.
Townhouse Tel Aviv
Owned and designed by the Kastiel family—Israel’s version of the Kartell or Cassina furniture dynasties—the Townhouse is redefining city-center luxury.
The Rothschild Hotel
Smack in the center of Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv’s grandest thoroughfare, this modern boutique hotel pays quiet respect to Baron Edmond de Rothschild, one of Israel’s founding fathers.
When the Norman opened its doors in 2014 following the painstaking $10-million renovation of two 1920s Bauhaus mansions nestled in a picturesque Tel Aviv square, it set an entirely new standard for luxury accommodations in the White City
Located in an elegantly renovated 1920s mansion in the heart of Tel Aviv’s UNESCO-lauded White City, this was the city’s first true boutique hotel when it opened in 2008.
Hilton Tel Aviv
Set along scenic Independence Park directly facing the sea, the Hilton is favored among high-tech business people and visiting CEOs.
Intercontinental David Tel Aviv
Perched just south of Tel Aviv’s main hotel zone near historic Neve Tzedek, the InterContinental is favored by visiting political power brokers and celebs.
Located near the artsy Neve Tzedek district, the hip Brown TLV is credited with jumpstarting Tel Aviv’s boutique hotel boom.
Alma Hotel & Lounge
This newcomer inhabits a meticulously restored, Eclectic-style landmarked building from 1925 in the city’s historic core.