Located in the heart of Tel Aviv’s trendy Nachalat Binyamin neighborhood, Fabric Hotel is a window into the true, authentic Tel Aviv experience only locals are privy to, until now. From its proximity to some of the city’s most exciting sites - Carmel Market, Nahalat Binyamin Craft Market, Shenkin Street, the Cameri Theater, Hilton Beach and more, to its warm, community environment and unique design, Fabric Hotel is the ideal accommodation for guests seeking to stay in the center of all the action.
Industrial, yet warm and inviting
Built in a former textile factory, Fabric Hotel was designed to reflect the structure’s industrial past, yet, at the same time, provide a warm, inviting, future-friendly atmosphere, much like the fabric that forms the city of Tel Aviv itself. Wood paneling and metal siding meet luxurious and color-contrasting fabrics in the boutique hotel’s 44 “cabin-style” rooms. A young look with cozy elements and impressive storage options. The hotel caters to guests of all types - from professionals in town on business to families seeking creative rooming solutions. There are even rooms with bunk beds, ideal for families with young children and groups of friends looking for more economical – and fun, accommodations.
Authentic, urban vibe meets superior service
Fabric’s urban location and proximity to the city’s most popular tourist hotspots, accessed via quaint, narrow alleyways surrounded by delicate greenery, is what inspires the hotel’s avant-garde, downtown atmosphere. And much like the warm, authentic attitude of the typical Tel Avivian, the hotel’s dedicated staff is always there to provide great, personalized customer service. The community environment created by the hotel’s lobby, a veritable “neighborhood saloon,” extends to the kind words of the employees at the front desk, the wholehearted care of the cleaning and maintenance staff and extra mile taken by the hotel’s management.
Where every hour is happy hour
Feel the electric Tel Aviv energy at Fabric Hotel’s in-house, first-floor all-day bar, Bushwick, named after the trendy New York neighborhood. Teaming up for the first time, Atlas Hotels and the Imperial Cocktail Bar Group have combined Brooklyn’s influences with Tel Aviv’s vibes and flavors - from the artisanal café served in the morning to a lively cocktail bar set up at night. The eatery caters to the hotel’s guests, as well as to local customers who simply can’t get enough of the restaurant’s “all day, from coffee to cocktail” menu and buffet spread: in the morning, guests enjoy artisinal farmer-to-cup coffee, they then can much on eats from the informal lunch menu and cap the evening with a beverage or shot from the exciting cocktail bar. A great spot to feel like a local and satisfy your appetite with amazing eats.
And amenities abound
In addition to the free happy hour (complimentary first cocktail), guests can enjoy at the Bushwick r bar, Fabric Hotel has tons of great amenities that can be enjoyed while on, or off, the hotel’s grounds. Guests can borrow bicycles to tour Tel Aviv and receive beach bags, towels and water bottles for beachside, hiking or other tourist adventures. There is also free Wi-Fi and a meeting room for on-site business activities. And when the day’s activities have come to a close, guests can lounge in comfortable chairs on the hotel’s terrace or rooftop and get a great glimpse of the city’s impressive skyline.
The ultimate scene for travelers and tourists, now at attractive prices
The newest Atlas Hotel in the heart of Tel Aviv, Fabric Hotel is currently offering attractive launch prices for bookings in the coming months. In addition, guests booking three consecutive nights in July and August will receive free transportation to Ben Gurion International Airport following their stay.
Fabric Hotel - Weave yourself into the center of Tel Avivian action.
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