The works of fifteen local artists set the vibrant, festive tone to this recently renovated boutique hotel, located steps from the beautiful Bugrashov Beach. Twelve of the rooms function as living galleries, and works are scattered throughout the corridors and the hotel’s public spaces. You’ll walk past a long vestibule of neon-colored panels to get to the reception, where small macarons, fresh fruit and a glass of wine await. The extremely friendly staff can advise you on bike routes (free loaner bikes are part of the package) and preside over the free, nightly Happy Hours, (simple snacks and wine) held in the hotel’s cheerful, flamingo pink-colored lounge, or on the decked-out rooftop. The rooms, though small, are tastefully painted in muted hues and, being mostly located in the back of the building, are well soundproofed–critical given your location amid the Ben Yehuda Street bustle. The location is conveniently located next to dozens of bus and sherut lines that whisk you all over town.