The Jaffa Hotel, Tel Aviv is one of the highlight luxury hotel openings of the year as a conversion of the 1879 Schools of the Sisters of St Joseph Convent, later the French hospital.
The de-sanctified chapel, today is an events space which features paintings of saints replaced by large photographs of actors who have played ecclesiastical greats, Montgomery Clift, Richard Burton, Bing Crosby, Spencer Tracy, Anthony Quinn and Frank Sinatra. The 120-room Jaffa Hotel boasts a lobby, which has relics of a medieval wall, including a couple of Damien Hirst works of art.
Designed by renowned architect John Pawson in collaboration with Ramy Gill, the duo transformed the original structure into a blend of modern-meets-historic, while remaining true to the original building’s heritage and visual details. Distinguishing features of our range of accommodations include private balconies, king beds, custom designer furnishings, and beautiful finishes.
The 4,500-square foot L.RAPHAEL Beauty Spa welcomes the hotel guests and local patrons who are looking for serenity, unique treatments, massages, manicures, pedicures, and hair care services. The space boasts six treatment rooms and four saunas. In addition to traditional spa services, L.RAPHAEL offers its famous Oxygen, Ultra-Gravity, and Beauty Diamond treatments.the
The Chapel heats up as one of Tel Aviv’s most stylish and exclusive night spots. The small moulded dove at the top of the room also overlooks a variety of other activities and events, ranging from daytime meetings to cocktail receptions to unforgettable weddings.
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