Herods Tel Aviv
Tapping into the increasingly popular theme of retro-aesthetics and nostalgia for classic Tel Aviv, Herods was designed as a tribute to the city’s golden days as a nascent metropolis under the British mandate of the 1930’s. As you duck out from the sun into the beach-front property, you’ll be greeted by one of the bellmen dressed in British garb harkening to the early twentieth century. The black and white chequered floor and retro-themed furniture of the reception area lead into a tree-lined boulevard that spans the lobby area – a miniature version of the grand pedestrian walkways found in the heart of the city. Your room, one of 324 in the 17 story building, is designed in line with the central theme, featuring portraits of the day’s leading figures and maps of the British Mandate and Empire. Nostalgia, however, stops at the amenities and restaurant, which achieve and at times surpass the standard expected of any five-star property. For those seeking a boutique experience without sacrificing the services and amenities of a luxury mega-hotel, Herods Tel Aviv may be your solution.