Tel Aviv: full of luxury and delight.
A brand new setting sweeps the city… boutique hotel The Norman opens its doors near to the financial quarter, in a building typical of Bauhaus architecture. Inside: a splendid mixture of the elegance of the Belle Epoque and vintage deco codes, from peacock blue to mustard, with velvet upholstery exotic woods and antique floors. The surprise? Here you have one of the only hotels in the city that is not kosher. On the menu? Niçoise salad and a French connection in the Norman Restaurant, and Japanese tapas infused with sake at Dinings. And the cherry on top is a spectacular rooftop swimming pool! Absolute the new place to be.