A new kind of traveller has made an appearance in the hospitality industry: the accomplished creative class. Not bound by age or profession, but as they travel the world for work and leisure, they look for places that meet their hospitality needs, personal habits, mindsets and tastes. They look for places that offer a combination of innovative architecture and interior design, intuitive hospitality, a creative environment and a communal feel. The sharing community or ordinary luxury hotels do not longer fulfil their needs, as this often makes them feel unconnected to their destination.
One exciting new example of the home-tel is The Levee, a restored Eclectic architecture-style villa built in 1913 that features eight massive apartments with truly luxurious amenities (Molton Brown toiletries, Moroso, Paola Lenti, Baxter) including a five-bedroom duplex penthouse.
Located in Tel Aviv’s original neighborhood, Neve Tzedek, The Levee offers a 24/7 concierge services that treats guests like they are family with dedicated staff, around-the-clock guest relations available via WhatsApp or SMS, Italian furniture and design pieces, and services that go above and beyond what a normal hotel or Airbnb could offer.
The spacious presidential penthouse apartment has two floors and measures 280m2 in total and is the epitome of privacy. Characterized by its glass contoured master bedroom and enormous terrace, this apartment offers sweeping views across the White City, reaching to the Mediterranean Sea. The grand bathroom features an open shower and stand alone bath with lavish brass and marble finishings.
The Levee treats guests like they are family with dedicated staff, around-the-clock concierge, plush furnishings and services that go above and beyond.