Link Hotel & Hub Tel-Aviv, Israel
Street art and technologically advanced hospitality
Located in the former headquarter of a public housing company in Tel-Aviv (Israel), the Link includes two parts: the Hotel itself as well as the Hub, which is a 7,000-square-foot co-working space for guests. Neither a reception desk nor a hotel porter is available when checking in at the Link Hotel & Hub, as guests simply use the ‘LinkApp’. Every service can be handled with this companion app: from the check in and out, the access to the guestrooms, the control of the room’s temperature, color and lighting to the use as an in-room phone for free calls throughout Israel. What is more, the hotel functions as a co-working space, living room, and restaurant, where the underlying concept of a modern hotel finds its expression in design as well. Tel Aviv’s street art culture colors the entire property interiors with work from a dozen local artists. Moreover, each of the eight floors has been dedicated to a different Israeli graffiti artist, whose works are displayed in the guest rooms and the public spaces. With the entire concept of the Link Hotel & Hub, the hotel certainly captures the energetic spirit of Tel-Aviv while addressing the needs of “young-at-heart tourists” and business people - with street art and technologically advanced hospitality.
Building owner: Dan Hotels Israel
Architecture: Rani Ziss
Interior Designer: Dana Leitersdorf