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The beautifully restored Boutique is a relic of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, one of the oldest and first Jewish neighborhoods established in the heart of Tel Aviv. Melding old and new, the Boutique has preserved its old world character with
This ground floor suite is situated at the base of the Boutique, offering an ideal setting for a small family retreat. Two large and airy bedrooms come equipped with high ceilings, beautifully-crafted wood-paneled closets, unlimited channels for 40 inch LCD HD televisions and an adjacent toilet and separate bathroom, featuring a full marble double head shower, fresh towels and specialty soaps and toiletries from locally-owned Sabon. The open kitchen comes fully-equipped with plates and cutlery, cookingware, a dishwasher and Espresso machine. The colorful dining area and welcoming living room give way to a private outdoor garden patio - perfect for breakfast in the sunshine or a dip in the hot tub. Sit back and relax with a hydrotherapeutic massage in the top-of-the-line 5-person jacuzzi, which includes 21 power pro jets.
There is also complementary access to a washing machine and dryer
Often dubbed "The Soho of Tel Aviv,” in recent years Neve Tzedek has become a niche enclave for upscale residents and visitors alike – and the area's main thoroughfare, Shabazi Street, home to a smattering of chic restaurants, boutiques and leisurely attractions, is the “it” place to grab a coffee and people watch, indulge in some retail therapy and while away the afternoon traipsing the area’s quaint nooks. Towards the west end of the street, the Suzanne Dellal Center holds court, offering a varied range of dance performances, festivals and workshops. Sign up for a Gaga class with celebrated Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin or book tickets to watch the Batsheva Dance company perform on stage. Other delights in the vicinity include a short walk to Hatachana (“The Station”) a renovated old train station-turned-courtyard of eateries and boutiques, and Alma Beach, (just a 10 minute walk from the hotel) a haven for beach-goers seeking a quiet stretch of sand with Jaffa’s stunning silhouette as a backdrop to the south.
Walking is the most convenient way to get around Neve Tzedek and the surrounding area, especially for getting acclimated with the relaxed atmosphere. Biking is also easily accessible and the Tel Aviv Municipality offers a rent-a-bike service called "Tel-O-Fun". You can't miss the bright green bikes lined up on various sidewalks in the city. Hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and annual memberships are all available. The closest set of bicycles can be found on the west end of Shabazi Street, towards the Suzanne Dellal Center.
ITs taken me a year to make this place perfect. Please respect the house and treat it as your own.
The beautifully renovated Boutique Molcho is a relic of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, one of the oldest and first Jewish neighborhoods established in the heart of Tel Aviv. Melding old and new, Boutique Molcho has preserved its old world character with nods to its past, while upgrading its entirety to suit modern tastes and luxuries. From the Boutique's quaint balconies and spacious rooftop, visitors can settle into Neve Tzedek's truest charms – panoramic views of the neighborhood's goings-on, wafting smells of home-cooked recipes, buzzing conversations in Hebrew, French, English and more. The Boutique itself has been restored to its fullest potential – with state-of-the-art accoutrements, welcoming service, thoughtful amenities and one of the best locations in the city – just steps from gallery-hopping, local dance performances and the lapping shores of the Mediterranean.