The Herods Tel Aviv Hotel, a sleek Yoav Igra-designed property rising on the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Promenade (Tayelet), towers above the fine sands on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, overlooking the Gordon Beach, the Tel Aviv Marina and the eminent Gordon Pool, which is the port of call for serious swimmers.
Uniting modern comfort with vintage elements to create a wholly unique space, the Herods Tel Aviv Hotel pays tribute to the metropolis’s Bauhaus past. The hallways are festooned with photographs of yesteryear, each a portal to the White City of Tel Aviv – the Modern Movement, which inscribed the city on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2003. Authentic street signs and period lamps further the feeling of 1930s nostalgia.
While grounded in historic Tel Aviv, Herods Tel Aviv is forward-focused: the ample reception lobby is a modern-chic meeting point bathed in natural light coming in through ceiling-to-floor windows facing the sea. This lustrous space becomes a romantic enclave at dusk when guests can linger for after-hours drinks after a busy day in the city.
Every room has oversized windows and private balconies with covetable views of the Mediterranean Sea.