The Diaghilev hotel is located in a 1934 building that served as the first printing house for the Israeli newspaper Haaretz. Changing art exhibitions throughout the hotel ensure that the guest experience mirrors Tel Aviv’s constantly evolving creative scene. The hotel includes its own studio to nurture young designers; every handmade decorative piece on display in the hotel is for sale.
The Rothschild Hotel, which opened in a historic buliding in December 2013, is an homage to the Zionist vision of its legendary entrepreneurial namesake, Baron Edmond de Rothschild. Every room is adorned with paintings of the Baron’s accomplishments, from his Tantura glass factory to Israel’s first winery.