Tel Aviv’s Best Kept Secret – the Rothschild Boutique Hotel

Great travelers understand that what makes a city interesting, is to discover its secrets: the hidden streets. The bar only locals know. The talk with the person you cannot miss. This is the way that a normal trip can become an unforgettable story. This summer Tel Aviv is expecting to share its best kept secrets with its visitors through The Rothschild Hotel: city’s coolest hotel located in the heart of the bustling Tel Aviv, also known as the capital of trends.

The Rothschild is smartly set in the centre of Tel Aviv’s cultural and financial district and offers stylish “tel aviv accommodation” along with top grade Egyptian cotton bed linen, free Wi-Fi and office facilities. Located only 20 km from Ben Gurion International Airport -which is a plus for business travellers and for tourists-, the hotel is only a 5-minute walk far from Sheinken Street which hosts designer shops mixed in with cozy cafés and restaurants.

Guests at The Rothschild can enjoy Italian and Israeli dishes from its Cantina restaurant or have a rich breakfast served on the restaurant’s terrace which is extremely popular with many European and international celebrities. All accommodations have a unique fashionable design and most of the rooms come with a microwave, kettle and coffee machine for guest’s convenience.

For the more adventurous travelers the hotel is equipped with an iPod docking station and some suites feature a balcony which overlooks the world famous Rothschild Boulevard while others overlook the surrounding neighborhoods. The hotel also offer guests daily newspapers, non-smoking rooms and express check-in and check-out services for business travelers.


Tel Aviv, officially Tel Aviv-Yafo is the second most populous city in Israel. It has a population of 404,400 within its city limits, on a land area of 52 km, the city is located on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline in central-west Israel. In 2010, it was the largest and most populous city in the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area of 3,325,700 residents, known as Gush Dan.