Step back in time to the 1920s at The Norman next time you go to Tel Aviv, Israel. This new boutique hotel combines the glamour of that area with contemporary elegance. Situated just a ten-minute walk from the city’s storied beaches and near by art galleries, museums, restaurants, and luxury shops, as well as cultural icons, like Habima, Israel’s National Theatre. Arrange for a bespoke art tour, or a trip to the historic Jaffa district. If you want to see the city by bike, the hotel can arrange for a bike tour as well.
The Norman is comprised of two restored buildings on 23 and 25 Nachmani Street, and in between the two is a citrus garden that guests can visit to get away from the hectic buzz of the city.
Each of the 50 rooms is individually designed. The main building, 25 Nachmani Street offers three types of rooms — the Classic Room, the Deluxe Room, and the Grand Deluxe Room. The building at 23 Nachmani Street d is made up of beautiful loft suites, such as the Penthouse Suite, which sits on the highest floor of the hotel has a separate living room area, as well as a terrace with an outdoor hot tub.
For those days when you want to stay in the hotel, The Norman has plenty of dining options, like The Conservatory, a private lounge which is only for people staying at The Norman; The Library Bar, which is ideal for business meetings; The Norman Restaurant, which serves Mediterranean cuisine in a brasserie, atmosphere, and Dinings, a Japanese tapas restaurant.
If you’re mood for a dip, but don’t want to head to the beach, the hotel has a marvelous rooftop terrace and an infinity pool with spectacular views of the Mediterranean.
So book a room at The Norman for your next trip to Tel Aviv.
For more information, visit thenorman.com.