Tel Aviv, Israel—Eden Boutique Hotel, a 12-room boutique property located between Tel Aviv’s Carmel Market and Mediterranean promenade, has opened.
The property features classically designed rooms and suites, including executive and double rooms with street-view terraces and Victorian-style standing baths. Throughout the hotel, guests can discover vintage furnishings, artwork, and interior décor items imported from Eastern and Western Europe, and sourced from the famed Jaffa flea market. Other highlights include a bistro offering a menu influenced by French, Eastern European, and Israeli cuisine; 24-hour concierge service; complimentary WiFi; and culinary workshops and tours of Tel Aviv’s Carmel Market led by Eden House Bistro.
Eden Boutique Hotel is ideal for travelers looking for a hyper-local experience in Tel Aviv, and conveniently located within Tel Aviv’s historic Yemenite Quarter, adjacent to the Carmel outdoor food market and a three minute’s walk from the city’s seaside beaches.
Eden Boutique Hotel is the brainchild of co-owners Mikhael Ustinov and Sergei Solovyov, two Tel Avivians via Moscow whose aim was to open a stylish, yet comfortable business and leisure-savvy property adjacent-to-but separated from Tel Aviv’s seaside resort hotel scene.
“We are excited to welcome travelers and locals alike to experience our unique gem of a hotel in one of the city’s most enchanted neighborhoods,” said Sergei Solovyov, owner, Eden Boutique Hotel. “Our guests will find the extraordinary level of service and hospitality at Eden House Premier is unlike any other property in Tel Aviv,” added owner Mikhael Ustinov.