Hotel Montefiore resides in a beautifully restored 1920’s Eclectic-style building on Montefiore Street. The edifice was once a private residence in what is now referred to as the “Lev Hair” neighborhood, translating to “Heart of the City.” The neighborhood is speckled with historic former homes in stunning shades of butter and Robin’s egg blue. Even amongst them, Hotel Montefiore’s salmon-hued façade stands out.
Hotel Montefiore is situated in the heart of Tel Aviv’s White City, an area named for its distinctive white Bauhaus buildings such as the Independence Hall museum, which displays historical photos and documents, HaBima National Theater, and the Charles Bronfman Auditorium, home to the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Hotel Montefiore is mere steps away from the bustling Rothschild Boulevard, home to many of the city’s tech offices and upscale eateries, as well as the popular Independence Trail. Walking distance to the sea and Shuk HaCarmel, there is no better base from which to explore Tel Aviv’s most beautiful offerings.
36 Montefiore st. | Tel-Aviv | 66883 | Israel
The Hotel Montefiore is located in Tel Aviv’s Lev Hair district, the pinnacle of sophistication, design, and architecture in the city’s UNESCO-designated “White City. One step away from Rothschild Boulevard, the neighborhood around Montefiore Street offers a respite of sophistication and calm, and is home to prestigious establishments such as:
Ben Gurion Airport is 30 kilometers away and can be reached by taxi. Taxis from the airport to Tel Aviv run 24 hours a day and cost between 110 and 190 shekels ($26 and $50).
By train/bus: Take the train from Ben Gurion Airport to HaHagana Railway Station (Tel Aviv), then bus 4 or 104 or 16 (stop Great Synagogue/Allenby)