Tel Aviv’s past, present and future are brought to life after the three-year renovation of a 1930s landmark turned contemporary property in the heart of Tel Aviv’s cultural core.
Tel Aviv’s past, present and future are brought to life after the three-year renovation of a 1930s landmark turned contemporary property in the heart of Tel Aviv’s cultural core. Futuristic and whimsical, The Poli House’s world-renowned design pays homage to the spirit of the White City by transforming emotion into the tangible through colours and graphics.
The hotel embraces its Bauhaus past and emergence into the Digital Age through the palpable energy of a love of life––a universal language that crosses borders. Featuring The Poli House Portal, a kind of cultural centre that reflects the integrated aura of Tel Aviv with an art gallery, bookstore and rotating fashion displays by local artists. The space desires to connect us to each other and the arts. Dualities explored throughout the luxurious property include white-walled simplicity setting the stage for digitally driven design and technology.
Warm yellow, blue, green and white interiors reflect the sensibilities of designer Karim Rashid who plays with form and function throughout. A massive rooftop veranda stuns with sweeping views of Mediterranean sunsets, an infinity pool, full-service cocktail bar, and bottle service. Wellness and style-conscious amenities are a staple at the 40-room experiential gem.
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