The price does not include a seasonal increment of some NIS 2,000 ($540) a night, during the Passover holiday, and NIS 4,000 ($1.080) a night in August.
An inside look (Photo: Ori Ackerman)
The luxurious suite, named Diamond, is not just the size of a villa, but also has two floors. It is comprised of two bedrooms, a large living room including a home theater system and an accessorized kitchen. The residential floor has a sauna and Jacuzzi, and the first floor includes a private pool as well.
Guests staying in the suite, which was designed by interior designer Michel Harouche, will enjoy a panoramic view of Tel Aviv and the sea, as well as a beverage bar and Ahava cosmetics products in the bathroom.
They will also be entitled to close and personal treatment from a senior hotel representative from the moment they arrive till they check out.
Panoramic view of the sea (Photo: Ori Ackerman)
The Alexander Hotel was a suite hotel before being purchased in 2006 by a group of English investors who decided to turn it into a boutique hotel. The first stage included the renovation of all 70 suites and the construction of the Diamond presidential suite. The renovation cost about NIS 30 million ($8 million) according to estimates.
For the sake of comparison, the presidential suite at the Dan Tel Aviv Hotel stretches over 190 square meters (2,045 square feet) and costs NIS 13,223 ($3,580) a night. The same suite at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem measures 160 square meters (1,720 square feet) in size and costs NIS 17,196 ($4,656) a night.
At the Tel Aviv Hilton you can stay at a presidential suite stretching over 160 square meters for NIS 7,250 ($1,960) a night.
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