Fattal’s new Leonardo Gordon Beach in TLV

With an investment of NIS 30 million, the new property promises to be one of Tel Aviv's most chic hotels,

The Fattal hotel chain is opening its new urban hotel in the heart of Tel Aviv, right on the famous promenade hugging the beachfront and mere steps from Dizengoff and other famous boulevards.

The Leonardo Gordon Beach Hotel in Tel Aviv was meticulously designed by the interior designer Rubi Israeli, who managed to seamlessly blend some brazen elements with timeless art, using a bold color palette alongside rare art pieces.

Photo: Aya Ben Ezri

The hotel’s 156 rooms have all been done in an innovative style that sits well with the city around them. The hotel bar, located at the entrance to the lobby, is uniquely designed in bright colors that are also in tune with the rhythm of the city at any given moment, and the jewel in the crown is the rooftop, with its swimming pool and spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea on one side, and The City that Never Sleeps on the other.

Photo: Aya Ben Ezri

The poolside bar offers the chef’s menu, some unique and surprising shakes and cocktails, and the public spaces include many other treats, such as a spa, an Instagram room, a gym and a function hall.

NIS 30 million was invested in the hotel, designed with business people, couples, tourists, and families in mind, or anyone looking for an urban vacation, whether it is a serene hideaway or a launch pad for a night out.

Photo: Aya Ben Ezri

Avia Magen, CEO of Fatal Hotels: “We are excited to open the Leonardo Gordon Beach Hotel in this perfect location on Tel Aviv’s waterfront yet within easy reach of the vibrant city. I do not doubt that the central and attractive location will be a significant factor in attracting a diverse crowd looking to enjoy an urban hotel.”


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