|The Norman’s guest rooms and suites are a harmonious blend of old and new.|
Tel Aviv is sporting a new luxury accessory, which is sure to be a hot commodity in no time. We hear a new and sophisticated boutique hotel opened its doors last month.
The Norman Tel Aviv is housed in two converted historic 1920s buildings just off Rothschild Boulevard in King Albert Square. The Norman features 30 bedrooms and 20 suites, including two expansive penthouse duplex suites (with wrap-around terraces, of course).
Cool Touch: Architect Yoav Messer designed The Norman to retain the original structures, one of which is a Bauhaus building, while also preserving original materials throughout the hotel, such as floor tiles and wall stenciling that was uncovered in the renovation. The Bauhaus structure on the property houses a private guest suite with terraces and a private dining room downstairs available for private hire.
Suites located in an adjoining building have private terraces, freestanding baths, king-sized beds, access to a private citrus garden and a communal library.
There are two restaurants: a brasserie serving Mediterranean cuisine, plus a Japanese restaurant with a live sushi counter and a view of the city from the rooftop terrace. Guests can use the Library bar off the lobby to unwind with a late-night cocktail. A spa and rooftop infinity pool round out the luxe touches at this boutique hotel.
Reach out to Yael Steinman ([email protected]), sales and marketing director, with questions.