The opening marks Kempinski’s Israeli debut and its 80th property worldwide
Kempinski Hotels has announced the opening of The David Kempinski Tel Aviv, the brand’s first property in Israel.
Housed in a 34-storey skyscraper designed by Feigin Architects, the 250-room property includes 56 suites with views of the Mediterranean Sea framed by floor-to-ceiling windows.
The property’s triplex-penthouse suite is the largest of its kind in Tel Aviv and spans more than 370 square metres.
The penthouse features two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, living space, a dining room, a gym and a private terrace with a 10-metre infinity pool
The David Kempinski Tel Aviv
Helmed by chef Mor Cohen, The David Kempinski Tel Aviv houses five kosher dining venues spread across multiple floors. Sereia is a high-end fish restaurant while Sereia Lounge serves a health-driven menu. Horizon Lounge is an exclusive space on the 22nd floor with round-the-clock service for select rooms and suites. The Pool Bar serves light snacks and drinks overlooking the infinity pool. The Common Bar is a two-in-one concept that includes a Cohiba Atmosphere-branded cigar bar as well as Israel’s first House of Macallan whisky bar.
In addition to its culinary offering, the hotel is home to the OKOA Spa, a fully-equipped gym, a hair salon, and meeting and banquet spaces that can accommodate up to 500 guests with in-house catering by world-renowned chef Omri Magal.
The David Kempinski Tel Aviv general manager Guy Klaiman said: “With the opening of its 80th hotel and entry into one of the world’s most exciting destinations, The David Kempinski Tel Aviv marks a new milestone for the brand.
“It combines the Kempinski ethos of heritage, impeccable service, leisurely luxury and superb European hospitality with our distinctive warmth and innovation. Our goal is to build a community and serve as a home base for our guests, a place they will want to return to whenever they visit the city.”
Rooms start from US$550. For more information, visit www.kempinski.com/en/tel-aviv/the-david-kempinski-tel-aviv