The Rothschild 71 – a second home

by Anna Kopito | 03.01.15

Who said you can’t have a vacation in your own city? Tel Aviv has become a city filled with attractive boutique hotels, and one of them – The Rothschild 71 – turned out to be a great option for a day of relaxation. During our stay at the hotel we were especially surprised by how quickly it felt like home – it was comfortable, intimate, warm and carefully decorated with both local and foreign design.

The Rothschild 71 offers both suites for long term accommodation and studios for shorter stays. For those of you who are planning a trip to Tel Aviv in the near future – this boutique hotel is suitable for a business trip and an urban vacation alike.

The Rothschild 71 is located in a historical Bauhaus-style building built in 1934 in the centre of Tel Aviv – from the window we had a clear view of the scurry and excitement of Rothschild Boulevard. Over breakfast at the neighbouring restaurant Cantina we enjoy the best people-watching spot on the street and soak up the atmosphere and beauty of this bustling place.

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