18 APRIL 2022
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The keenly anticipated David Kempinski Tel Aviv has finally opened. Covid and Israel’s strict entry rules had delayed the introduction.
The David Kempinski Tel Aviv is the brand's 80th global opening and the first property in Israel. Housed in a 34-storey skyscraper designed by Feigin Architects, the 250-room-and-suite has opened, on the heels of the recent announcement of Israel's borders opening to international tourism.
Set in the heart of Tel Aviv's ‘tayelet’ (the city's Mediterranean fronting boardwalk), the hotel is steps away from the city's popular outdoor sports and water activities.
Among the property's highlights are 56 suites of unprecedented grandeur, with magnificent sea views and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow guests to soak in the natural light of the region. It includes the property’s triplex-penthouse suite, the largest of its kind in Tel Aviv. It includes two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, living space and dining room, a gym, and a private terrace with a 10-metre infinity pool.
The David Kempinski Tel Aviv houses five kosher dining venues spread across multiple floors, each with a distinct offering,
One of the hotel's most enticing offerings is the rooftop private pool and full-serviced lounge, restaurant and bar, reserved exclusively for the hotel's Signature Suite guests. Launching in July 2022, in the evenings, the rooftop will transform into Cloud51, a dining bar venue, primed to become one of the city's nightlife hotspots.
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