Shay Fogel redesigns AL Boutique Hotel

The new AL Boutique Hotel opened as a classically-designed property offering guests luxury and a local travel experience in the heart of Tel Aviv's art and cultural epicenter.

Located on Israel's Montefiore Street adjacent to Tel Aviv's SoHo-esque Neve Tzedek neighborhood and the Rothschild Boulevard, the AL Boutique Hotel has 11 classically-designed rooms and suites, as well as a wine bar and cafe offering imported and Israeli boutique wines and gourmet cheeses; a "Garden Patio" area; and 24-hour concierge services providing guests with insight and access into Tel Aviv's art, culture, culinary and nightlife scenes. 

The AL Boutique Hotel is housed in a preserved building constructed during the wave of European architecture in Tel Aviv in the 1930s. It was redesigned by Israeli architect Shay Fogel, whose use of light and dark woods creates a sleek interior with transitions into the hotel's boutique wine bar and relaxing outdoor space.

According to Ilan Sturm, GM of AL Boutique Hotel, the mission of the hotel is to provide the “utmost service and high-end amenities while offering access into local Tel Aviv culture unlike any other property in the city."

Other amenities include: complimentary Wi-Fi, a neighborhood walking tour and daily breakfast at a local Tel Aviv cafe.

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