The “Poli House”
The “Poli House”, originally “Polishuk House”, was built in 1934 as a commercial office space. a “V” shaped conservation building that has stood for years neglected and abandoned, except for the ground floor. In the past, it also served as the secret printing house for the Jewish pre-1948 Underground right-wing organization called “The Eztel”. The building underwent a restoration of large parts, including the design elements on its roof, with interior breathe 21st-century chic with strict conservation rules of the historical Tel Aviv “White City”.
Nowadays, the “Poli House” Hotel transforms its legacy into a unique home for urban travelers and Bauhaus fans in a Tel Aviv central location, close to the beach, “Nachlat Binyamin”, “HaCarmel Market”, “Shenkin” street, and “Dizengoff Square” & “Rothschild Blvd.” in a walking distance.
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