Waldorf-Astoria will appear in Tel Aviv

Waldorf-Astoria will appear in Tel Aviv
Waldorf-Astoria will appear in Tel Aviv

It is not a secret that the city of Tel Aviv is a very popular place to visit in Israel. Year by year, its attractiveness as a tourist destination increases. In addition, it is one of the largest business centers in the region. It is confirmed by recently released information that in Tel Aviv it is planned to build a hotel, which will add the Israeli capital solidity and respectability. The new hotel in Tel Aviv will be Waldorf-Astoria.

So, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel on Park Avenue in New York, which has a reputation of one of the finest hotels not only in the U.S., but throughout North America, has become one of the attractions of the Big Apple. All those, who want to find themselves in an atmosphere of luxury and hedonism and can afford it, expect 1.400 rooms and suites of various classes.

Both in Europe and the Middle East there enough wealthy people who prefer to stay in hotels of this class. Hilton Hotels chain, which owns the legendary brand, having built new Waldorf-Astoria hotels in such U.S. cities as Phoenix and Palm Springs, as well as on the island of Maui, has decided to continue the expansion of the network in the Middle East. Among the hotels in Tel Aviv Hilton corporation already has a number of its representatives, for example, Tel Aviv Hilton.

The first hotels belonging to the Waldorf-Astoria network in Europe and the Middle East became The Calalieri in Rome and the Qasr Al Sharq in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), opened in 2008. Also currently under construction is a new object in Jerusalem near the famous hotels Mamila Hotel and the David Citadel.

In Tel Aviv the hotel of the Waldorf-Astoria network is situated right on the beach, next to the 5-star Tel Aviv Hilton. Details on the hotel facilities and rooms of the new facility are not yet been disclosed. We only know that it will provide guests with about 220 suites and 30 apartments for long term stay.

Date: 08/01/2011

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