Dan Hotels announces reopening of LINK hotel & hub in Tel Aviv

The hotel will reopen on 15.11 in preparation for the entry of tourists to the State of Israel and will offer an attractive promotion in honor of the opening

Link & hub hotel. Photo by Uri Ackerman

Back in business: Following the opening of the sky and the entry of tourists into the State of Israel, Dan Hotels announces reopening on 15.11.2921 of a hotel LINK hotel & hub, Located on King Saul Boulevard in Tel Aviv. LINK hotel & hub, which was closed for over a year due to the Corona crisis, will reopen ahead of the entry of tourists to the State of Israel and will offer an attractive offer in honor of the opening, starting at 455 NIS per couple for e-dan club members, including a gift tasting tour

The hotel will offer the self-service HUB bar and deli upon opening, offering a menu with a variety of salads, cheeses, vegetables, cold fish, salads, muesli, breads and pastries, cold meats and more, alongside hot and cold drinks, alcohol, wine and beer. The bar and deli on the HUB floor will be active from 7:00 to 23:00.

LINK hotel & hub is a brand of Dan Hotels, which offers an innovative hotel concept that appeals to the new generation of tourists and business people. Addresses the needs and priorities of consumers of this generation and offers a completely different stay and service experience from the style that characterizes the other Dan hotels.

The link offers 94 rooms over 8 floors, located on King Saul Boulevard in Tel Aviv near the Tel Aviv Museum, the courts, Ichilov Hospital and office and entertainment centers in the area. The hotel connects to the energetic spirit of Tel Aviv and offers an ideal center for everything the city has to offer. The hotel offers guests LinkApp – an application for operating the stay in the hotel that allows you to check in and check out, hotel services and perform a variety of functions inside the room: open the room, turn on the TV, turn on the air conditioner and adjust the light intensity and atmosphere settings.

Link & hub hotel. Photo by Uri Ackerman

The hotel offers a unique artistic experience and provides a stage for the Tel Aviv street art scene. He assigned different floors to contemporary Tel Aviv street artists, with each floor dedicated to a different artist and their artwork displayed in the guest rooms and common spaces and also offered for purchase. At the new LINK hotel & hub, the traditional lobby has become a HUB – a shared workspace where guests and visitors can work, meet, play, rest, eat and drink, and can choose between being alone and working and spending time with others. The HUB is equipped with shared work desks, a wide selection of meeting rooms of various sizes, a pool table and video and board games. In the evening, the HUB will become a contemporary entertainment and meeting area, including the use of display tools for watching presentations, movies and music and sports events.

The hotel’s 17 to 40 m2 rooms offer a perfect balance between compactness and comfort. The rooms are equipped with extra large smart TVs (55 inches), luxury beds and bedding, an extra large safe and lighting that can be adjusted to different colors depending on the mood. Leading architect Rani Ziss and designer Dana Leitersdorf, who owns an office specializing in hotel and office design, were in charge of designing the new Link Hotel. The LINK is equipped with a gym with full equipment that offers personal training. Adjacent to the gym is a utility room with compartments for storing personal equipment for guests arriving before check-in or wanting to stay after check-out, self-service washing machines and dryers and machines for selling necessary items such as chargers, adapters, slippers and shaving kits.

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