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Hotel Saul — Tel Aviv, Israel
From: Wallpaper by Pip Usher
A former office building from the 1940s has been reinvented as Hotel Saul, a thoroughly modern addition to Tel Aviv’s boutique hotel scene.
Named after the great Hebrew poet Shaul Tchernichovsky, this 34-room-bolthole chronicles the city’s compact but colourful history. The ornamental grandeur of the art deco period is alluded to with brass tiles; further nostalgia is incorporated with restored street lamps, vintage balcony railings, and wood panelling.
Hotel Saul takes its commitment to millennial creature comforts seriously. Swing by the Barvazi cafe in the lobby for gourmet sandwiches with home-smoked meats and cheeses, or head to the fourth floor for board games. Should a ‘Netflix and chill’ night be in order, there’s an in-room account, plus Nintendo and Playstation games. Peckish? They’ll even deliver a bucket of popcorn to your door.
Brand New Boutique Hotel
From: TimeOut Israel
The urban boutique hotel opened earlier this month. While it is still in its running stage, it will soon open to the public at reduced prices. The hotel has 34 rooms, most of which are for couples, but what really makes us want to stay there even though it's just near our houses is the secret bonus: guests enjoy free Apple TV and Netflix.
Hotel Saul Score 8/10
From: The Telegraph by Travis Levius
Guests feel like locals at Hotel Saul, a nostalgic yet youthful boutique hotel in a residential area near Tel Aviv’s top attractions. Hosting snug but sufficiently-sized rooms – with complimentary Netflix – it’s an excellent option for traveling urbanites who are both design- and budget-conscious.
The Best Hotels In Tel Aviv For Business Travelers, 2020
From: CEOworld Magazine by Emma London
If you want to have a quick romance with luxury without having to shell a shocking amount of money, then Hotel Saul can make up for a good option. The hotel has a comfortable atmosphere, with an illuminated entrance, late 20th century inspired furniture, and attractive wood paneling. The rooms bear minimalistic designs, with geometric prints all over the place. The bathrooms are spacious and stocked with branded amenities. There is only one onsite dining facility called Barvazi Urban Sandwich. You can also enjoy relaxing Spa treatments in its onsite Spa centre.
Like a Local - Tel Aviv
From: National Geographic
While news headlines about Israel tend to overshadow travel tales, the seaside city of Tel Aviv draws globe-trotters with its open-minded and fun-loving vibe.
The days when tired old chain hotels dominated the scene are long gone. Instead, local hoteliers are setting a new standard for service, style, and sustainability.
Hotel Saul, with its firm rooting in the local community. Looking for a little luxury? Indulge yourself...