Hotel and spa operator Six Senses expands its Israel portfolio with Six Senses Tel Aviv. The upcoming property will be spread across five 110-year-old preservation buildings and a new tower built to LEED Platinum sustainability standards. The original five buildings that date back to 1909 are the best remaining heritage of the Ahuzat Bayit settlement, the first in the city. They will be joined together at the edge of Rothschild Boulevard to stretch across an entire city block between the prestigious Rothschild, Herzel, and Lilienblum Streets. Six Senses says the original buildings will inspire and define the base and roots of the modern 42-floor tower, which, once complete, will feature a 10-floor, 140-key Six Senses hotel and 55 residences, rising a further 21 floors and serviced by Six Senses.
Six Senses Tel Aviv will feature state-of-the-art spa and wellness facilities over two floors, including a Holistic Anti-Aging Center overlooking the heritage garden. There will be Six Senses Place – a new kind of social and wellness community with dedicated space for reflection, growth, and reconnection. A sky pool on the 17th floor will house a cocktail lounge with a panoramic view of the Gush Dan area. Diverse public spaces, including the elegant lobby atrium, serve as a plaza between the preserved buildings.
The planned preservation works will be conducted by Preservation Architects Amnon Bar-Or Architects and Preservation Structural Engineer Yaron Gal. Interiors by Orly Shrem will utilize natural materials and soft, warm colors that naturally integrate with the environment.
Six Senses is working with an Israeli real estate firm, called Tidhar Group, to realize the project. The hotel is slated to open in late 2025.
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