The Herbert Tel Aviv Hotel joins the the Herbert Samuel Luxury Hotel chain at the meeting point between the city’s historic Knesset Square and the fabric of life Today’s lively.
In the conservation building that once housed the Monopoly Hotel, the beautiful original architecture has been preserved and a new charm of Tel Aviv experience has been created.
Prior to General Allenby’s first visit to Israel, at the end of the Ottoman rule, Allenby Street was named “Derech Hayam”. On the occasion of the general’s visit, the Jews wanted to honor him and changed the name of the street to his name.
The building, built in the 1920s, at 4 Allenby Street in Tel Aviv, is a traditional 3-story building above a commercial floor.
For many years until recently, the building functioned as a “monopoly” hotel
Noga Carpentry in the restoration and production of wooden windows and doors in the building, according to a documentation file.
The windows, and shutters, exterior doors, interior doors and accessories of Noga Carpentry, designed for luxury homes, buildings for the preservation of boutique hotels and buildings that want a meticulous design look.
The products are imported from Europe with uncompromising quality.
Supervision: Nahum Brothers Project Management
Conservation contractor: Avner Gilad Conservation and restoration of buildings
Architect: Fagin Architects
Conservation Architect: Eyal Ziv Architects
Interior Designer: Morel Hormero
Photo: Assaf Pinchuk