Templars Boutique Hotel
When speaking about the Haifa boutique style, one speaks about "TheTemplars".
The location, lying next to the breathtaking Baha'i Gardens, is situated in the heart of the German Colony, an area of angled buildings that have been conserved and reconstructed in the spirit of the Templars. The structure itself was built in 1872 and faithfully reconstructed to the original, having received first place in a competition of buildings that were preserved and reconstructed in the Colony. The interior is decorated with new and modern lines, a design that compliments the opposing architecture in such a natural way of new versus old, west versus east. A private, flourishing balcony is found in each room that faces the life-filled street below of restaurants and pubs. The meals in the Templars Boutique are served in the Cafe/Restaurant "Fatush", located in the adjoining patio.
Three luxurious studio rooms, designed in light-colored, pleasant modern lines that instill an especially, magical atmosphere. A spacious bathroom includes a jacuzzi and shower, bath robes, house slippers and hairdryer. Each room contains a spacious bed with an indulgent mattress, equipped kitchenette, coffeemaker, LCD television with cable, room safe, WiFi internet, sitting area and private balcony, filled with green plants and abundant peacefulness that faces the picturesque and bustling street below.
Guest parking is next to the building.
This historic building was built during the first settlement period of the Templars in Israel in 1870 and used as the family home of the Worster family, one of the founders of the German Colony. Next to the building was situated their iron smith building and workshop, where they fixed wagons. Towards the end of the 90's, the building was renovated and meticulously restored to the original, while protecting the unique building elements of the Templars. Lately the site has been re-allocated for a small, special boutique hotel, "The Templars".
Address: 36 Ben Gurion Ave,The German Colony, Haifa
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