A luxury hotel has recently opened up in Tel Aviv and between the bold colors and the elaborate neo-Roman architectural style, would you be able to tell that it previously was a hospital many years ago? New York real estate developer, Aby Rosen, found this marvel in 2005 and began to transform the property over the next 13 years. The hotel contains 120 guest rooms, 32 residences, two restaurants, and a spa.
What used to be the chapel of the old hospital has made a statement by turning it into a stunning triple-height bar and lounge with the two restaurants on the ground level. Over the course of this transformation the designers embraced the building’s imperfections such as faded paintwork and old hospital signage.
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