Tel Aviv, Israel has emerged as another new destination for Six Senses Hotels Resort Spas, with the brand to rise among five 110-year-old preserved buildings and one new tower.
The original five buildings date back to 1909 and 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. Together they are considered the largest and most important preservation project in Tel Aviv.
Six Senses Tel Aviv will overlook Rothschild Boulevard to the north, the city of Tel Aviv to the east, the picturesque Neve Tzedek and the sea to the west, and the Jaffa Cliff to the south.
The hotel is an exciting addition to the brand’s Israel portfolio following the 2021 opening of Six Senses Shaharut, a sustainable haven set in the honeycomb dunes of the Negev Desert.
Rothschild 10 Tower
The heritage buildings define the base and roots of the modern 42-floor tower. Once complete, it will house the 10-floor, 140-key Six Senses hotel, and 55 residences, rising a further 21 floors and serviced by Six Senses.
Completing the offering will be:
- State-of-the-art spa and wellness facilities over two floors, including a Holistic Anti-Aging Center overlooking the heritage garden.
- 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 housing a cocktail lounge with a panoramic view of the Gush Dan area.
- A chef’s restaurant, café, and bar.
- Diverse public spaces, including the elegant lobby atrium, serve as a plaza between the preserved buildings to welcome guests into a journey through time.
“Tel Aviv is one of the most happening cities in the world right now. To understand it, you have to experience it, from its innovation hub to its creative and arts scene, its café culture, and its ingenious Israeli chefs,” said Neil Jacobs, CEO of Six Senses.
“It is enormously exciting to have the chance to not only be part of this city but to lay our foundation stone next to its foundation stone. We’re building the vision for Six Senses Tel Aviv together with Tidhar Group, one of the leading Israeli real estate groups, which means we have passion and purpose running through the property, from the pioneering wellness programming at Six Senses Place to your Sabich served by the sky pool. Six Senses Tel Aviv joins our urban hotels in Istanbul and soon-to-be-opened Rome, with London, Bangkok, Dubai, Lisbon, and Kyoto coming in the next two years,” Jacobs added.
Slated to open in late 2025, the prime location of Six Senses Tel Aviv will immerse guests into the eclectic appeal of Tel Aviv’s city life, all from the comforts of their sumptuous residence or hotel suite. It will also serve as an entry point to explore many regional wonders, including Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, and the brand’s second Israeli property, Six Senses Shaharut.