Grab a bite of sushi and a drink while you take in the views on top of the Lighthouse Hotel.
At the Lighthouse Hotel locals will recall the lighthouse building (the Migdalor company tower), returning relevancy to the 1970s veteran structure. The hotel is a kind of display window for Tel Aviv, on the one hand, a vibrant city that attracts fun-lovers from all over the world, and on the other hand, a developing business center. But the wrap-around, stunning panoramic views from the rooftop’s 18th floor, which houses the Haiku Sky Bar, is a total pleasure. Expect a rowdy night out with visitors and locals alike, enjoying drinks and all-star Japanese dishes from the yakitori restaurant helmed by Aria’s chef, Guy Gamzo.
|Venue name:||Haiku Skybar- Lighthouse Hotel|
1 Ben Yehuda St
|Opening hours:||Always Open|