Hotel Hilton Tel Aviv
The hotel was designed by architect Yaakov Rechter in brutalist style (with Moshe Mizrahi and Michael Perry). The interior design of the hotel’s original architectural planned Dora Gad. Israeli architects team was accompanied by a team of global network to maintain international standards of the hotel.
- Hilton Tel Aviv – One of the most influential buildings in the country, setting a facade pattern which is often repeated in various examples in other Israeli hotels, even to these days.
- Hotel was the city’s largest and most exclusive hotel; with 582 rooms, it still remains one of the largest.
- Due to the hotel’s impressive size and importance in Tel Aviv history, it has become one of the city’s unofficial landmarks.
- First 5-star deluxe hotel in Tel Aviv.