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The DNA: Dave Gordon - Son of a Brown is an affordable, urban boutique design hotel located on the bustling corner of Tel Aviv's Gordon and Ben Yehuda Streets, walkable from dining and retail as well as the beach. The hotel has a 1970s-style aesthetic, with each room featuring eclectic flea market finds. Vintage prints and funky antiques populate each space. Color is also a major part of the design; every door is a different bold hue, while the lobby is anchored in a striking crimson.
Year opened: 2022 Architecture: Feigin Architects. The 250-room hotel, the luxury brand’s first foray into Israel—is housed in a skyscraper across the street from a seaside boardwalk and promenade. The hotel stars the city’s largest penthouse suite, a triplex with a rooftop terrace and infinity pool. Among the F+B offerings is a high-end kosher Sereia Restaurant & Lounge and a cabana-lined rooftop pool area, open only to certain suite guests, which will morph into the nightlife venue Cloud51.
Year opened: 2021. Architecture: Yoav Messer. This brand new boutique hotel finds inspiration from the historical IL. Peretz Yiddish library, on which location it stands. The building resembles a stock of books, with the blinds of the windows resembling pages referring to the library which was demolished in 2016. The hotel has a rooftop pool, an underground restaurant with a special skylight looking into the courtyard garden, and a gym.

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A landmark hotel in Jerusalem, the American Colony provides a tranquil and romantic setting for guests. Divided between the New Wing and Main House, the hotel offers luxurious and spacious bedrooms for guests. In the early 20th-century, the old buildings became a lodging for Western travellers and pilgrims. With its secluded courtyard, guests are able to escape the bustle of the winding Old Street in the hotel's beautifully maintained gardens.
The Waldorf Astoria has retained the façade of the beautiful 1935 Palace hotel, which previously stood on the site. The hotel is designed around an “inner courtyard” of pale Jerusalem stone, which can be opened to the air. Vases of orchids and glass sculptures dot the lobby, along with the signature grandfather clock, which features in Waldorf Astoria hotels around the world.
The King David opened in 1931 and original Art Deco touches help to convey a sense of history. Dark wood and grand rooms contribute to the traditional feel. The hotel has hosted a range of celebrated guests, from world leaders to royalty, and some of these names - Barack Obama to Kirk Douglas - are etched into the floor of the main lobby.


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