The ROOFTOP ! - Solarium+Jacuzzi - ROTHSCHILD/AHAD HA’AM
Tel Aviv byC
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About Tel Aviv byC
Home is not a set house, or a single town on a map. It is wherever the people who love you are, whenever you are together … Home is people, not a place ... Home is a moment, and then another one, building on each other, like bricks, to create a solid shelter … Home is what you take with you wherever you may go. Life takes you to unexpected places, then love brings you Home … Home is where the heart is! What we love most about our Homes, is who we share them with! Believe it or not, our Homes notice when you are no longer there … and they long for you to come back again … with love! We strive to create true Homes from Home for you, charming gems with attention to every detail, infused with a friendly atmosphere of genuineness, sharing and tasting. We look forward to welcoming you Home!
What makes this Apartment unique
You will warmly be greeted by Elie & Carole, two very friendly Superhosts who will care of you during your whole stay. They speak English, French, Spanish and Hebrew.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
We wish we could have stayed longer! The apartment is in such a great location and Elie and Carole gave us so many recommendations of places to eat and things to see, we could not fit everything in. As it was our first time in Israel, we really appreciated the Israeli education from the hosts! Invaluable.
We did not want for anything. The apartment has everything that one needs. The hosts were kind enough to leave us a few Israeli treats, bread, milk and juice to get us started. That was so nice considering we arrived in the evening. We didn't have to worry about going to get groceries right away.
We can't say enough about Elie and Carole. The time they spent with us on introductions to the apartment and to Tel Aviv in general was unbelievable! Never before have we received such a great instructions and orienteering to the city.
We hope to return one day soon. Thanks for being part of our vacation in Israel.
The best location you can imagine
Amazing host amazing property. Very spacious rooms, the best location. The only minus is weak WiFi downstairs (we tried it on 7 different devices and it was very very slow or didn’t work at all).
Dear Sergey, thank you for your very kind words! We are happy to know you have enjoyed your stay with us.
Re the wifi ... weak signal only in the shelter! Precisely because it is a shelter ... but we are working on it!
Kindest regards. We look forward to your next visit, Elie
Great experience in rooftop
Exceeding expectations. That is what we had in Tel Aviv with the rooftop apartment. City center, but close to the beach and neve tzedek as well. And thanks to elaborate Information Aboutaleb the city and ‘what to does’ is was very easy to enjoy ourselves with four young adult kids. The apartment is very comfortable, super airco in place and very safe and secure. No noise at all from outside.
Def get back One time.
Top, top, top - schöner noch als auf den Fotos
Haben zu zweit in Tel Aviv Urlaub gemacht und zwei Wochen das Appartement gebucht. Nicht günstig, aber jeden Cent wert. Normalerweise sieht es auf den Bildern ja immer besser aus als in der Realität. Hier ist es noch schöner. Alles in Top-Zustand und genau wie versprochen. Voll ausgestattete Küche, Badezimmer auch super. Sogar ein Haartrockner ist vorhanden. Seife, Duschgel und Shampoo ist auch da. Praktisch, wenn das Gepäck dank der Fluglinie erst zwei Tage später kommt. Herzlicher Empfang am Anreistag mit Tipps zur Stadt und Restaurants. Auch zwischendrin beste Betreuung, jederzeit gute Antworten auf alle Fragen. Sogar ein Stadtplan mit allem Wichtigem wurde für uns gekennzeichnet. Wirklich schön. Sehr familiärer Kontakt. Wir kommen definitiv wieder, absolut empfehlenswert.
Tout simplement impéccable!
Un appartement très spacieux sur 2 étages, situé entre la rue Allenbi et la rue Rotschild, pas loin de Neve Tsedek, 10 min à pied de la mer, avec une terrasse au toit avec un jaccuzzi et une vue splendide sur la grande synagogue - en un mot: le lieu parfait pour un séjour inoubliable à Tel-Aviv.
Elie, l'hôte de ce magnifique duplex nous a acceuilli personellement et nous a "introduit" à l'appartement et à Tel-Aviv pendant plus d'une heure - il nous a donné une liste avec des recommandations de restaurants, nous a expliqué ou se trouvent le lieux les plus intéressants etc.
Ses recommandations de restaurants étaient juste superbes - ne ratez pas à manger une pita au Jasmino, juste au coin de la rue Allenbi pas loin de l'appartement!
Merci beaucoup Elie et Carole! Nous allons surement revenir une autre fois.
Patrick, Susanne et Tim
The Great Synagogue
Tel Aviv offers an almost exclusive glance at what Jewish life was like in Israel in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Among the city’s architectural treasures is the Great Synagogue, the first major synagogue built in modern Israel, and for many years the largest synagogue in the Middle East.
Designed by Yehuda Magidovitch, this synagogue was built in 1926 and then restored in the 70's. This exquisite example of Modernist architecture is notable for its huge dome and its stained glass windows which were remodeled in the 1970s in tribute to the many synagogues that were destroyed during the WWII.
Its construction was, in many ways, an unofficial declaration to the world that the Jews were in Palestine to stay. Until the Belz Great Synagogue was completed in Jerusalem, the Great Synagogue of Tel Aviv was the largest in Israel. It functioned not only as a place of worship, but a place of community and national identity.
Somewhat unexpectedly, the square surrounding it is host to a series of hip bars and restaurants.
Shopping in Shuk HaCarmel market in Tel Aviv is an experience that shouldn't be missed, especially if you think you have bargaining skills! Here you'll find shops selling fresh produce of every kind, fish, meat, spices, coffee, candy, clothes, etc... As it is slowly being gentrified, you'll also find corners where you can stop for an espresso break like at the Coffee Lab at HaCarmel 21, corner of Rabbi Meir 42, or perhaps have Humus at Hacarmel 11.
Nahalat Binyamin Market & Fair
Located in the center of Tel Aviv, the Nahalat Binyamin market is one of the most popular open air pedestrian mall areas. The stores and booths in the market are an ideal place to find gifts, souvenirs, arts & crafts, toys, jewelry, Judaica, ceramics, etc. In addition, you'll often find the area filled with musicians, fortune tellers, clowns and street theater performances, especially on Friday afternoons.
Shabazi Street, Neve Tsedek
Founded in 1887, Tel Aviv’s oldest neighborhood is undeniably one of its most charming and perhaps most glamorous. Colorful Ottoman-era buildings line cobblestone streets and are home to a variety of boutiques and shops, luxury boutique hotels and hip restaurants, particularly along the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare, Shabazi street. Housed in a former girls’ school built in 1908, the Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance serves as the country’s premiere contemporary dance venue.
Shalom Meir Tower
Israel’s first skyscraper—the Shalom Meir Tower, completed in 1961, was once the tallest building in the Middle East. Despite its post-Bauhaus façade and a somewhat drab exterior, it remains a prominent landmark in the center of Tel Aviv’s first Jewish neighborhood.
Another noteworthy building nearby is jeweler Akiva Ari Weiss’s former home (Number 2 Herzl St.), a shining example of a renovated Eclectic-style building and one of few in the area not demolished during the Bauhaus wave of the 1930s. Like others built in the same period, it started as a one-story house before a second floor was added as the city grew.
The Bialik district is a village-like neighborhood. It represents Tel Aviv architecture from the 1920s on, with examples of Art Deco and eclecticism, but also with a strong presence of 'white architecture'. It comprises a selection of buildings that became landmarks in the development of the regional language of Tel Aviv's modernism and has been declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. The buildings reflect influences from the Bauhaus, Le Corbusier and Erich Mendelsohn and are characterized by the implementation of the Modernist ideas into the local conditions.