Welcome to the Norman boutique hotel in Tel Aviv.
Whether you are leisure guests looking for tranquility and luxury pampering; Business guests looking for the perfect place to conduct business meetings or team evenings; Or those looking to develop a dreamy and prestigious career in a world-renowned boutique hotel – each and every guest and employee is touched by The Norman magic.
After 8 years of painstaking redevelopment to the two historic buildings at Nachmani 23 & 25 The Norman hotel opened its doors in 2014. The interior design project, lead by world renowned interior designer David d’Almada, and the evolving art collection of some of the worlds most well-known contemporary artists immediately set The Norman apart.
In addition, the culinary offering as well as the rooftop wellness area and pool made The Norman the only boutique hotel that offered the facilities associated with the larger chain brands.
In just a short time, The Norman hotel became a name that is synonymous in Israel and around the world with the 5 star luxury, exceptional design and multiple award winning pampering experience we constantly strive to deliver.
Scroll to page content
Step back in time
Nestled on a picturesque city square, The Norman, the only luxury boutique hotel in Tel Aviv, lies in the heart of the White City; Tel Aviv’s world-famous UNESCO heritage site of historic Bauhaus architecture buildings. Perfectly situated next to Rothschild Boulevard and Tel Aviv’s best cultural attractions, The Norman is comprised of 2 classic buildings, beautifully restored to their unique elegance. No. 25 Nachmani St., the main building of the hotel, is a grand Modernist building, featuring clean lines and wooden shutters that capture the essence of 1920s architecture. No. 23 Nachmani Street, a residential suites building, available for both short and long term stays, was built in the Eclectic style and is brimming with Renaissance influence and oriental accents.
The Norman Tel Aviv incorporates antique elements from the original interiors of the historic buildings, blended with hand-picked textures and materials to create a rich design tapestry inspired by the prestige of yesteryear. A romantic nod to days gone by, The Norman reflects the luxury and style of the grand hotels of the early 20th century against a backdrop of contemporary Israeli art.
A feast for the senses
Soak up the dazzling Tel Aviv sunshine in The Norman’s charming outdoor spaces. The stunning rooftop features a spectacular infinity swimming pool and sundeck with a sensational view of the city while the hotel’s pretty citrus garden, positioned between the two historic buildings provides a pastoral pause. Spend time on the spacious terrace of The Norman’s luxurious Wellness Area, or in the cool and fragrant Tower Garden, or on one of the many beaches nearby, for a quintessentially outdoor Mediterranean experience.
The Norman Tel Aviv offers a superb range of dining experiences and cuisines to suit every taste and mood. Select from the hotel’s elegant yet informal restaurant Alena, the classic setting of The Library Bar or world-renowned Japanese tapas restaurant, Dinings, on the rooftop.