One of the latest boutique hotels to open along Rothschild Street, this one has a color scheme and design aesthetic intended to evoke the feeling of the Tel Aviv of days gone by. Every detail, down to the fabrics on the furnishings, was carefully chosen to reflect the character of Baron de Rothschild, after whom the hotel was named. Ecological and socially responsible products such as the bath accessories, bedding, and furniture materials are integral to the concept, and
each room has a bidet—characteristics not typical of Tel Aviv hotels. Guests enter through the restaurant and bar, highlighting the culinary focus; the Israeli wine menu is divided by local region.