The David Kempinski Tel Aviv to Open in February 2022

Kempinski Hotels will be opening its 80th property globally and its first in Israel next February with the debut of The David Kempinski Tel Aviv. The 250-room hotels is housed in the newest skyscraper erected along the city’s promenade.

Centrally located across the street from the seaside boardwalk and promenade, and within walking distance to the city’s famed outdoor food markets and urban center, The David Kempinski Tel Aviv totals over 34 stories; each of the 250 guest rooms and suites will offer views of the Mediterranean, with sliding glass doors onto private balconies.

Amongst the highlights of The David Kempinski Tel Aviv are its 56 suites, including the property’s triplex-penthouse suite, touted as the largest of its kind in Tel Aviv, spanning more than 4,000 square feet, including a 1,200-square-foot rooftop terrace and infinity pool. Guests of the hotel's top 14 suites will have exclusive access to the 34th-floor outdoor lounge that is open during the spring, summer and autumn months. Up here, guests will also find a private rooftop pool, relaxation area with sunbeds and cabanas, and a fully serviced lounge restaurant and bar. At night, the 34th-floor lounge will transform to Cloud51, a buzzy nightlife experience with libations and tapas (opening April 2022).

The David Kempinski Tel Aviv

The hotel will have five dining venues spread across multiple floors. Executive Chef Mor Cohen, a World Luxury Restaurants Award-winner specializing in gourmet Kosher cuisine, will helm the property’s F&B program, including Sereia Restaurant & Lounge, a high-end Kosher fish restaurant. The hotel's infinity pool deck will offer a full-day menu and bar, while the lobby entertainment will offer a two-in-one concept with The Common Bar, a Cohiba Atmosphere-branded cigar bar, and Israel’s first House of Macallan whisky bar.

Set in the heart of the “tayelet” (as Tel Aviv’s boardwalk is locally referred to in Hebrew), The David Kempinski Tel Aviv is steps away from outdoor sports and water activities, from standup paddle boarding and surf lessons, to bike and scooter rentals and rooftop yoga curated by the hotel.

In addition to the entertainment and culinary offerings, the hotel includes a full-service spa with 11 treatment rooms, a fully equipped gym, a sauna and a relaxation area. Manicure, pedicure and hair salon appointments can be arranged in-house with the hotel’s team of stylists. The David Kempinski Tel Aviv tower also has a meeting and banquet space that can accommodate up to 500 guests, creating a new venue for destination weddings, large conferences, business meetings, and holiday celebrations.

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