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Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in Center Chic Hotel, Cinema Hotel | 0 comments

A Front Row Seat to the Center of the City

A Front Row Seat to the Center of the City

Just past the bustling intersection of Dizengoff and King George Streets, the road dips below the famous Dizengoff Square fountain. Established in 1934, the first fountain was the focal point within a garden in the middle of a rotary, and was one of the most popular landmarks of Tel Aviv’s historic “White City.” Officially named “Zina Dizengoff Square” as a tribute to the wife of Tel Aviv’s first Mayor, Meir Dizengoff, the area is still home to admiring locals and tourists alike. Renovated, redesigned, and reopened in 1983, the fountain was elevated above street level to accommodate the growing traffic in the area. Yaakov Agam was the designer behind the project and named his new fountain “Fire and Water.” The Cinema and Center Chic Atlas hotels have one of the best views in all of Tel Aviv of the colorful fountain. A bird’s eye view from the hotels’ rooftops provide guests with a front row seat to the hourly show during the evening hours. Vivid colors spin as water dances from...

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Posted by on Dec 14, 2012 in Hotels, Travel Tips | 0 comments

Easy Rider – From the Center of Tel Aviv

Easy Rider – From the Center of Tel Aviv

  As a traveler coming to a new city is always exciting. Going to places you’ve never been, immersing yourself in a foreign culture, but it can also be a bit hard figuring out the best way to travel through the city. Tel Aviv is actually an easy city to get around, and staying in a central location always helps. So here is a little tip for you, the Cinema Hotel and Center Chic Hotel are probably two of the most central locations in Tel Aviv. You’re in walking distance from Dizengoff Center and all of the boutique shops, restaurants and bars that make up the vibrant city of Tel Aviv. But you’ve also got a number of bus lines right by the hotels that can take you to all the major spots in the city – the port, the artistic and relaxed neighborhood of Florentine, historical Neve tzedek and the new Tachana plaza. Plus the hotels even give out free bikes which is a really great way to experience...

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