All around the world, fall brings a sense of renewal. In Israel this is specifically marked by the Holidays, the High Holidays, at the beginning of autumn.
It all starts with Rosh Hashana, the New Year, followed by Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement, and it ends with Sukkot at the end of the month, the Festival of Tabernacles.
Rosh Hashana, Jewish New Year, has two significances, the religious one which celebrates the creation and the secular one that commemorates the beginning of the agricultural cycle, thus, the new economic year. Families get together and The Norman guests can celebrate in our restaurants, which are brimming with holiday atmosphere at this time of year.
Jews all around the world consume an estimated 15,000 tons of apples and about 1,600 tons of honey during the month of Rosh Hashana, because they wish for a sweet new year by eating newly picked apples dipped in honey.
At The Norman boutique hotel in Tel Aviv, we toast a happy new year, the biblical year 5777 and invite our guests to join in the celebrations with the finest Champagne in our Library Bar, with a splash in our infinity pool and a perfect night’s sleep in our heavenly beds. Welcome to The Norman luxury hotel in Tel Aviv!