Hotel Waldorf Astoria – Gerusalemme
Foxtrot Biancospino, Listone Biancospino
Collection: Classica and Natural Genius
Architects: Feigin Architects di Tel Aviv and interior designer Sinan Kafadar
It truly is the iconic landmark in one of the world’s most ancient and holy cities. Located at the corner of Agron and King David Streets, the revamped Waldorf Astoria is the pearl of luxury hospitality and provides well-heeled easy access to the upscale Mamilla Mall and the Old City.
Designed by award-winning Turkish architect and interior designer Sinan Kafadar, this oasis of peace and relaxation offers legendary hospitality services, elegant amenities. lavish accommodations, creating unforgettable experiences that will last a lifetime.
Aside from the 226 rooms and suites, the hotel also features ball and conference rooms, a banquet hall with eight-meter high ceilings, as well as a lobby area complete with craft-decorated carpets and spectacular glass lamps dangling from the ceiling. The outdoor space enjoys pools, spa facility and a roof garden on the smaller part of the structure. It was planned as “a city within a city,” and any internal communication or gathering is done in the joint lobby.
The special wood floor surface features Foxtrot design by architect Matteo Nunziati for Listone Giordano in a soft shade of white. A grid composed of a rational weave of lines gives life to a wooden fabric that loses the traditional forms of parquet to acquire a whole new elegance.
Photographer: Amit Geron Photography