Atlas Hotels opens 10th Tel Aviv property with art from Gidi Gilam and Jennifer Absira

Atlas Hotels opened The Fabric Hotel, its tenth property in Tel Aviv.

In the design of the property, local firm Oren Bronstein combined a rugged, industrial vibe with a vintage feel. Breaking the barrier between old and new are the Belgian-styled, transparent glass and black metal front doors of the hotel.

There is a hidden courtyard surrounded by greenery and concrete walls. Meanwhile, on the roof of the hotel, there is a hydroponic garden, as well as views of Tel Aviv.


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Located on the ground floor is Bushwick, an all-day bar named after a neighborhood in New York. For Bushwick, the property partnered with the Imperial Cocktail Bar Group to combine Brooklyn and Tel Aviv influences.

Two contemporary Tel Aviv artists, Gidi Gilam and Jennifer Absira, also helped develop the property. Their contemporary work can be seen throughout the property’s public spaces and guestrooms.

The property has 43 guestrooms with an industrial design. Each room has a Smart TV with a built-in Netflix app, as well as a Nespresso coffee machine.

The property is near some of the city's main attractions, including the Carmel Market, Rothschild Blvd. and Neve Tzedek.

Photo credit: The Fabric Hotel

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