The Norman, 23-25 Nachmani Street, Tel Aviv

by Anna Kopito | 18.01.15

Perched on the edge of the sophisticated Rothschild Boulevard, the brand new Norman Hotel is an exercise in understated charm and elegance. Converted from two painstakingly restored heritage buildings in the heart of the city, the hotel is a timeless throwback to the elegance of the 1950s, all while maintaining the excellent standards of a first class hotel.

The integrity of the original Bauhaus design has been maintained by renowned architect, Yoav Messer, with interior design completed by David d’Almada. The goal of the building is to combine different mediums of Israeli art forms, in order to provide an authentic Israeli cultural experience.

As a small, exclusive, boutique hotel, guests can expect exceptional attention to detail and incredible service. Choose from a variety of guest rooms and suites, all catered to each visitors individual needs. With a 24-hour concierge team available, the hotel truly offers a unique experience. For guests only, the roof offers a gorgeous city view of Tel Aviv, and a private infinity pool. With the option of enjoying spa treatments in the in-house spa or in the privacy of one’s guest room, the convenience offers a touch of personal allure.

With three varied innovative dining options – ranging from a full-service live sushi bar and Japanese tapas, to a cozy English cocktail lounge, the Norman Hotel is not simply a tourist destination. Rather, it also offers Tel Avivians a chance to relax and unwind in an undeniably classy setting. In good weather, the expansive rooftop dining area only enhances the experience, and truly beckons the experimental diner.

23-25 Nachmani Street, Tel Aviv, 03-5435555









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Written by Rebecca Roberts
Photos by Sivan Askayo


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