Atlas Hotels opens 9th Tel Aviv property

Architects Haim Dotan and Moshe Vered helped design the new 65 Hotel.

The new 65 Hotel opened on Rothschild Boulevard (an Atlas Boutique Hotel) in Tel Aviv. Set in a round building with eight floors – four of them white, the other four brown – the new boutique hotel has 74 guestrooms, all with city views.

Heading the design of the property were architects Haim Dotan and Moshe Vered. The interior design of the hotel was done by Arik Ben Simhon and Leah Maller.  The pair sought to combine classic, modern and contemporary design elements in the interior space. 

An underlying Avant Garde design theme can be seen in the four dominant colors that make up the interior space. The lobby has shades of green, continuing to the contrasting color schemes of all eight hotel floors.  Four floors of the hotel feature rooms were saturated in shades of white. The four white floors are contrasted with four floors of brown tones.

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The rooms have touches of blue scattered throughout the space, adding complimentary splashes of color to the main tone. The rooms also have wireless internet connectivity, a minibar and Nespresso machines.

The property has a patio that is an extension of the café located inside the hotel. The café has an outdoor space.

The property similarly has underground parking.

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