Following the success of Nina Café, the first Parisian Café in Neve Tzedek, Eliza leased five capacious suites spread upon two inconspicuous buildings nearby. Each suite was furnished and decorated in a unique manner, with many of the smaller items, such as the paintings and books, provided by the Zivi family’s own collection. With luxury and privacy as central tenets the Nina Hotel presents an ideal solution for either an intimate sojourn in Tel Aviv, or as an apartment for longer-term stays. At the Nina Hotel, the magic is in the details. Althaus tea is offered at each suite, along with seasonal assortments of fruit and bottled water. Guests can either take out DVDs from a continuously updated collection at reception, or heed to the weekly list of staff recommendations for cuisine, culture and nightlife excursions. Suites at the Nina average about 65 meters in size, twice the size of many standard rooms at the bigger hotels, while its location at the heart of picturesque Neve Tzedek is pristine. The artistic, aesthetically pleasing environment drew Eliza to the neighbourhood a decade ago. The property is as much her tribute to the beauty enjoyed during a stroll through Neve Tzedek as it is to her love for Paris – exemplified by the complimentary breakfast served at the café; try the chocolate croissant with an hafuch (the Israeli version of a Cappuccino).