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The Vera Hotel Review: Stay Here

Looking for an amazing new hotel in Tel Aviv? It’s about time you discovered super on-trend hotel The Vera, among the best new hotel openings in the city. Here’s all you need to know:

The Vera Hotel Review: The Lowdown

If you’re looking for the best inspiration, design-led stay in the center from the city, you can’t miss The Vera. Throughout Tel Aviv, industrial spaces and old offices are being re-imagined as trendy bars, restaurants and hotels. It’s how Tel Aviv keeps growing and changing – an office block that is now a rooftop bar, an old warehouse that’s become the hottest new restaurant in town. Bang trendy, The Vera, a former 1950s office building, continues to be re-designed by Yaron Tal Studio to become a super sleek, sexy hotel.

The hotel’s location is fantastic; The Vera is really a boutique stay, located in the renowned Bauhaus Rothschild Boulevard area, among the trendiest places to visit in Tel Aviv. The design of your accommodation is rather special – it’s basically like a Pinterest-worthy dream, created by collaborations with local designers and brands because of its amenities, services and furnishings. The Vera is more than the usual hotel: it’s a lifestyle destination, offering access to a spa treatment room, a bar serving great cocktails and small bites, a rooftop for yoga and tailored concierge service. We believe it’s likely to be big news in Tel Aviv in 2022.

The Vera Hotel Review: The Accommodation

The Vera is boutique in size, that makes it feel personal and accessible. Your accommodation accommodates 39 rooms in 4 categories – classic, deluxe, superior and garden room – in addition to a bar, spa treatment room, and 2 spacious, communal rooftop terraces. We loved the look and feel of the hotel, with bespoke furniture by Tel Aviv-based furniture designer Tomer Nachshon and unique lighting fixtures are designed by Ohad Benit. The Vera is the first property of Israeli hotelier Danny Tamari, who wanted to produce a 'local anthology' within the hotel, through collaborations with local designers, brands and talents throughout the space.

The accommodation itself is very luxury; all slate grey, marble, copper finishes and stone floors, having a distinctly Scandivian feel. There’s nice finishes too, such as the luxury toiletries by 100% organic brand Arugot, as well as their own magazine The Vera Magazine in-room, which is a collaboration with Telavivian magazine, giving you all of the local zeitgeist and trends. There’s some lovely touches throughout the hotel, such as the hotel lobby hosts a vending machine that dispenses cocktails exclusively developed by local mixologists and local wine on tap. We love.

The Vera Hotel Review: Our Verdict

We fell deeply in love with The Vera, and we think you'll too. The hotel is sleek, discreet and sexy, in a fantastic location. The hotel’s staff were super friendly and helpful, helping us discover Tel Aviv as a local, and we loved the simple, laidback style of the hotel. The hotel’s interiors are merely that are awesome, and the personal touches around the hotel, such as the wine on tap, the comfort spaces and the abundance of indoor plants and natural plants, causes it to be the kind of place you want to spend hours in. We couldn’t recommend The Vera enough for any short burglary Tel Aviv – and we think this is going to be the hotel from the summer.

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