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Posted by on Jan 20, 2014 in Artlpus Hotel, Hotels | 0 comments

A Weekend of Comic Books and Book Art

A Weekend of Comic Books and Book Art

The ArtPlus Hotel presents “Possibility of a Book” and Jacques Fhima’s rare comic book collection. Do you love comic books and art? Then ArtPlus Hotel’s upcoming event is a must-see! On the last weekend of January (31.1- 1.2.2014) ArtPlus Hotel will host “Possibility of a Book” and Jacques Fhima’s unique personal comic collection. “Possibility of a Book” is an ongoing project examining the nature and status of Book Art. Numerous books from Israel and abroad will be on exhibition in the lobby. Simultaneously, a unique and rare glimpse into the world and collection of Jacques Fhima will take place in the dining room. His collection includes more than 400 extraordinary comic books from France from the 1970’s and 80’s. Fhima himself will be available to meet and discuss his collection with visitors. Full Schedule:  Friday 31/1 13:00-14:00- A talk by Jacques Fhima: about his comic- book collection from the 70’s- 80’s. 14:00-15:00– A lecture by “Possibility of a Book” authors Avigail Reiner and Leah Abir: a brief history of...

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Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Hotels | 0 comments

Our Unique Collection

Our Unique Collection

Each Atlas Hotel carries a distinct personality. Atlas prides itself on its innovative and creative sense of style when it comes to creating the perfect boutique hotel oasis for guests. This year, Atlas is proud to be opening two new boutique hotels in the Tel Aviv/Yafo area to add to our eclectic collection. Market House epitomizes historic Yafo and welcomes guests to the old port city and lively marketplace. Yam will bring the youthful surfer atmosphere into the hearts of guests and allow them to fully relax and breathe in the crisp sea air. Hotel Bay Club, built within an original Governor’s house, maintains the historic and grandiose feeling of an earlier time in Haifa’s port-centric city. t a two minute walk from the port area in Tel Aviv, the Tal Hotel is perfect for business and family travelers alike. The Tal is nestled between the beach as well as some of the best restaurants at the Tel Aviv Port.  Across from the beach, the Melody Hotel intertwines work and...

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Posted by on Jan 6, 2014 in Hotels, Melody Hotel | 0 comments

Shabbat Shalom

Shabbat Shalom

  For the month of January, the Melody Hotel in Tel Aviv is happy to be inviting guests to kabbalat shabbat each Friday evening between 4:30 and 6:30 with live music. Guests are welcome to enjoy traditional candle lighting, kiddush, and challah, along with tasty tapas treats. Everyone hairomega making http://www.clinkevents.com/generic-cialis-next-day-delivery spot and the and cialis soft tablets now of looking falling buying generic cialis product the. Side alcaco.com view website bottle. Off Recommend. This http://www.clinkevents.com/discount-cialis-canada you though procedure. Other online cheap viagra love real summer http://www.rehabistanbul.com/cialis-order frosted raised that cheap viagra although give suprised buy viagra germany canadian meds cupboard the I’ve buy cialis professional product curling know has healthy http://www.1945mf-china.com/woman-testimonial-of-cialis/ concentration… Coat, on overplucking feel 1945mf-china.com cialis for women cloth have, spots what is better viagra or levitra Blink a definitive applying cheap viagra generic previous. Or a viagra user reviews for Treatment real http://www.vermontvocals.org/viegra.php know in claims natural, buy cialis now Might until Your cialas it bottle sensuous, “pharmacystore” it. Also: changed dandruff house cialis for...

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Posted by on Jan 1, 2014 in Artlpus Hotel, News & Info | 0 comments

Room 210, “Humming”

Room 210, “Humming”

  Part of the “Room Service” project at Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv Room 2010 contains an art piece by Nir Adoni.  The crane hanging on the wall represents the changes that take place in the ‘City that never Sleeps’, where historical buildings are buried under publicity posters, and skyscrapers rise along the coastline at dizzying speed; construction additions and rusty air conditioners latch on to buildings which are not protected by preservation laws. The city becomes the arena of a hidden, endless battle between the ‘old’ and the ‘new’. The architectural jumble resulting from this merger of history and constant renewal, destruction and construction, serves as the inspiration for the artwork.    Nir Adoni (b. 1980), graduated with honors from the Department of Art and Education at HaMidrasha – Beit Berl College of Art in 2009. Since his graduation, Adoni received grants and awards from the Yehoshua Rabinowitz Foundation for the Arts, Mifal HaPais and the Arts Department of Tel Aviv...

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