The David Kempinski Tel Aviv opened its doors this week. The 34-floor seafront five-star luxury hotel is at 51 Hayarkon Street in the heart of the city. The hotel has 250 rooms, of which 56 are suites including the David triplex penthouse, spread over 450 square meters on three floors with a private swimming pool.
This is the 80th hotel being opened worldwide by the luxury David Kempinski chain, and the first in Israel. The veteran European chain has said that The David Kempinski Tel Aviv is one of its landmark hotels over the next decade.
Guy Klaiman has been appointed general manager of The David Kempinski Tel Aviv, having until recently served as general manager of the Ritz Carlton in Herzliya.
The David Kempinski Tel Aviv was designed by Feigin Architects with interiors by Ara Design. The hotel includes two business lobbies, one of which is also open to the public. The David Kempinski Tel Aviv has five restaurants, a spa, swimming pool and more.
Prices start from 1,500-1,700 ILS per night, not including breakfast, climbing to 3,000 ILS per night for more spacious rooms, and the more expensive suites range between 10,000 ILS up to 16,000 ILS per night.