Tel Aviv, well-known as “the city that never sleeps”, is one of Israel’s most culturally diverse cities. With prominent high-tech and media startups sprinkled throughout its lively and exciting scene, it’s also business men and women along with tourists who greet our shores.
So, where to stay in Tel Aviv? With a long list of accolades behind it, including Conde Nast Travelers’ Gold List (2017 & 2018), The Norman is widely recognized as the only place to stay in Tel Aviv for guests looking for an exceptional experience. Comprising of two restored buildings from the 1920’s animated by stunning interior design by world renowned David d’Almada, The Norman boasts a rooftop infinity pool, 24 hour gym, spa with sundeck and two award winning restaurants.
Located in the heart of the White City, a UNESCO world heritage site, and a walk away from both city attractions and the beach, The Norman is a hotel perfect for both business guests and those looking for a full-on luxury experience.
Alena restaurant, steered by headline chef Barak Aharoni dazzles with a menu that offers a unique perspective on modern Israeli dining; dishes that echo the past with a unique blend of European and Mediterranean flavors. An award winning wine list and breathtaking terrace makes dining here unforgettable, every time,
Dinings, the Japanese restaurant on the rooftop hails from Marylebone in London, home of its flagship restaurant. Dinings also has a restaurant in London’s Knightsbridge neighbourhood and is, without doubt, international luxury dining at its best. Serving Izakaya-style Japanese Tapas artfully combined with modern European cuisine. With such a magical setting, on the rooftop of The Norman, offering a panoramic view of Tel Aviv – from the city to the sea – the sunset menu allows guests to enjoy a cocktail and sushi against an incredible backdrop.
With the key Norman belief being “the answer is always YES, now what is the question” – the answer to your question of where you should be staying when visiting Tel Aviv is simple; The Norman.