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The Norman Tel Aviv comprises two splendid 1920’s residences, set on prominent King Albert Square, both of which have been painstakingly restored to retain the buildings’ rich heritage. An impressive modern art collection, a gorgeous rooftop with panoramic city views, an infinity pool, two gourmet restaurants and relaxed, professional service add the wow factor to this delightful city retreat.

The 50 rooms and suites at The Norman Tel Aviv feature beautiful hardwood floors and soft colour tones that incorporate smart, contemporary design. Choose from two expansive penthouse suites with fabulous terraces. Have lunch al fresco in the leafy garden before heading out into the city.

Discover the beautiful Bauhaus-style architectural buildings in the area, including the Pagoda House and visit the Bauhaus Centre. Spend time browsing one of the nearby markets held throughout the week, or a trip north to Tzuk Beach is well worth the effort. Back from the city, wind down with a relaxing massage by the pool before a gourmet dinner in The Norman or Japanese fine dining tapas at Dinings Japanese restaurant on the third floor.



Written by matthewnrouge

The five elements are in your life and inspiration. Tension, Comfort, Happiness, Wit, Elegance. Author and journalist. My economical and understated style had a strong influence on 21th-century news and blogging, while my life of adventure and my public image influence later generations!!!

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