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Collection by Gemma Price

Beautiful Bauhaus Buildings in Tel Aviv Transformed into Hotels

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Tel Aviv’s UNESCO-inscribed White City, a neighborhood that houses some of the city’s more historic Bauhaus architecture, is undergoing a revival: as gorgeous boutique hotels and eateries have moved in, it’s become one of the city’s most desirable places to hang out. We take a tour of some of the area's noteworthy lodging options.

Originally designed as two separate apartment buildings in 1925, The Norman hotel brings them together: one half...
Each suite at The Norman is one-of-a-kind, showcasing an aesthetic that blends old and new.
The 12-room Hotel Montefiore, housed within a lavishly restored 1920s residence complete with Art Deco interior...
The Diaghilev hotel is located in a 1934 building that served as the first printing house for the Israeli newspaper...
The Rothschild 71 hotel, located in a 1934 building, was originally a dental clinic. When Dr. Klieger opened his...
The Rothschild Hotel, which opened in a historic buliding in December 2013, is an homage to the Zionist vision of its...
On the ground floor of the new 23-room Hotel Berdichevsky—named for the philosopher and writer Berdyczewski, born to...
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