Adults: 2 + Kids: 0
A lovely boutique hotel with a story to tell, a sumptuous room with all the mod cons, and the perfect location close to everything, that’s all you need for a great urban vacation, and Bachar House by 7Minds offers all of that and more.
“Globes” visits Nordoy Hotel in Nahalat Binyamin. Opened in 1925, the boutique hotel has been exquisitely restored and refurbished.
The hotel is owned by Oren Pascal and Ben Braverman, the team behind Tel Aviv’s CUCU Hotel on Dizengoff St. and Hotel Nordoy on Nahalat Binyamin St. near the Carmel Market.
We try to get our guests into the world of complete and unique content and leave with a memory of an experience they have not yet experienced
If you already got to know me a bit you probably know that in my opinion there’s no better way to celebrate such a significant milestone than with a long weekend away including good restaurants, lots of alcohol and the cherry on top – a pampering and an urban boutique hotel.
You know that AMAZING high at the beginning of a trip? You’re so excited and optimistic and you’ve got SO much time to enjoy this experience.
The Nordoy, the second hotel in a collection that also includes the Cucu Hotel in central Tel Aviv, has reopened its doors under new management.
Tel Aviv is growing rapidly, everywhere you go there is an historical building being restored or a skyscraper being built. By walking around the city this summer it feels like the amount of tourist have tripled so no wonder that new hotels are popping up like mushrooms after rain.
If you could time travel, would you? If the answer is yes, you can get a taste of the past at Hotel Nordoy. Built in 1925, in the heart of the historic Tel Aviv neighborhood of Nachlat Binyamin, Hotel Nordoy is the oldest continuously operating hotel in the city.