Winter blues simply don’t exist in the white city. Continually buzzing, Tel Aviv is full of life throughout the short winter, with plenty of blue skies and activities to occupy even the most summery of people. At The Norman, we take the words “luxury hotel” at face value and have the savviest concierge team to guide our guests on how to make the best of winter in Tel Aviv.
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BREAKFAST BY CHEF BARAK AHARONI AT ALENA RESTAURANT
Start the day with a knock-out award-winning breakfast at ALENA restaurant at The Norman Tel Aviv, with the freshest selection of baked treats, freshly ground coffee or herbal tea. Don’t miss the amazing morning cleansers, selection of salads, smoked salmon, eggs benedict, shakshuka and many more delights that the Mediterranean climate provides.
A WINTER STROLL
Tel Aviv is in abundance of unexpected wonders; one of them being Nachalat Binyamin Arts & Crafts fair, surrounded by historical buildings, where over 250 artists sell their creations every Tuesday and Friday; from handmade watches and jewelry to crystal mobiles and art nouveau Judaica. Take a stroll through from there to the promenade, which is dotted with street performances, live music and traditional dance, all taking place with the Mediterranean sea as a backdrop.
A BITE TO EAT IN THE SOUTH
Walking distance from The Norman is Levinsky Market, a gourmand’s paradise with its range of aromas from the endless selection of spices, nuts, dried fruits and eateries. The people of Levinsky Market are the story here, filling the area with legendary authentic cuisine from around the region with open kitchens, small eateries and street food stands.
Back to your urban oasis, The Norman, a siesta in our heavenly beds is a must. A massage in our wellness treatment room should also not be missed; a combination of both is our pampering recommendation.
WHEN NIGHT FALLS
The reflection of the moon on the winter sea is best appreciated from the seashore promenade. And if you need to warm up with a hot chocolate or warm cider, you only have to turn around and choose the bar-café that looks most inviting.