Poli House Boutique Hotel is located in the craft district, 15-minute by walk from the beach and the lively neighborhood with bars and clubs where you can have fun in the evenings. It offers a uniquely designed stay with air-conditioned rooms with free wi-fi. and the access to the roof-top with lounge bar and swimming pool to relax. Here is a pure lifestyle experience not to miss in Tel Aviv
My trip to Israel began with a quick stop in the city of Eilat, a seaside place on the border with Egypt and Jordan, famous for its white beaches, the restaurants along the sea and the dolphinarium. From there I crossed the border, I popped in Jordan and after a hard bare-handed climb on the top of the city of Petra followed by an adventurous safari in the Wadi Rum desert, it was time to immerse myself fully in the Israeli culture experiencing the very different landscapes that the regions of the holy land offers, learning the history and traditions of their culture. My first base to refresh myself from Jordan’s nomadic life on the road and to begin to tune into the vibrations of Tel Aviv was the Poli House Boutique Hotel by Brown Hotel in Nahalat Binyamin St 1.
An exclusive design-oriented space with a panoramic roof, outdoor balconies that seem to extend towards the sky and a very nice staff always ready to welcome, was the best choice to start experiencing the magical multicultural atmosphere of Tel Aviv and “go into” the important history of Israel.
A few step from the popular Carmel Market, a renowned square of stalls dedicated to spices, fruits and vegetables, bread, fish, accessories and souvenirs, and the fabric district, the Poli House Boutique Hotel by Brown Hotel sparkles with its progressive circular architecture. It is an experimental luxury facility that combines a contemporary and unconventional futuristic style to offer its guests the pleasure of a stay based on unique and original hospitality and aesthetics. Here the new is combined with tradition to create a masterpiece of lifestyle absolutely out of the box. Housed in a meticulously restored Bauhaus-style building, Poli House boasts 40 city-inspired rooms and suites created exclusively by the visionary genius of the famous designer and starchitect Karim Rashid. To give an idea of the quality level of interior design suffice to know that Rashid has created over 2000 designs and models ranging from the interior and interior design to fashion, art, music and installations. Among his most important works are the Morimoto restaurant in Philadelphia, the Semiramis hotel in Athens and the interior layout of the University Station of the Naples metro line 1. The elevators, characterized by light beams projecting intermittent wall lettering, are a true visual experience as well as the psychedelic corridors and the colorful and spacious rooms, equipped with every comfort and a space bar compartment! In addition, those who like to rest after work or a day of sightseeing as a tourist, can relax in the heated pool overlooking the sea and the city located on the roof top. Here, cabanas, exotic marquees, a cocktail bar and skyscrapers surround the pool as the perfect setting for this innovative concept. The last focus is on the strategic location near the bus and train stations, the beach, the Hagana Meuseum, the Noga Gallery of contemporary art, the Rubin Meuseum, the Meir Garden, the glamorous district of Dizengoff, all within walking distance if you like to walk. I think the Poli House Boutique Hotel is one of the most special and beautiful hotels I’ve stayed in and I only recommend to stay here or at least spending a few hours, a cocktail on the roof top or a delicious breakfast with a garden (where you can enjoy traditional breakfasts and lunches) attached to the building.
In the picture I wear: swimsuit and saron by Lisca Lingerie
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