Cosmopolitan and alluring, Tel Aviv is a global crossroads where international sophisticates sample an irresistible mix of modernity and memory. One thousand years of history sets the stage for a lifestyle of modern pleasure and perfection. This is a place where glorious sunsets and endless horizons meet a towering skyline overlooking a vibrant and exuberant culture. Nightlife that thrives from dusk until dawn completes the picture of a diverse and intoxicating melting pot that is yours to call home with The Jaffa Residences.



This masterful and magnificent redevelopment is set within the 19th century buildings that once housed Jaffa’s French Hospital. Mindful of its heritage as one of Tel Aviv’s iconic historic landmarks, the project retains architectural features from the original building.

Designed by world renowned architect John Pawson in collaboration with local architect Ramy Gill, the duo tastefully transformed the 2,000-year-old historic foundations uncovered during the construction into inviting and trendy public spaces. All Residences are located in the newly constructed wing adjacent to the main hotel building with a private entrance and easy access to the diverse, high quality services and delightful amenities of the The Jaffa.



The Residences
Furnished or unfurnished, the choice for your home is uniquely yours. And, of course, 24-Hour Whatever/Whenever® Services are just a touch-of-a-button away.

A World of Premium
The Jaffa Residences feature sleek modern interiors with contemporary furnishings and luxurious finishes throughout. Careful attention to each and every detail creates an ambiance that is both aesthetically sophisticated and exceedingly comfortable. The Jaffa Residences offer elegant built-in elements, floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood floors. Stainless steel Miele appliances set within Corian countertops complete John Pawson’s exquisitely designed kitchens. The spacious bathrooms are finished in marble stonework and premium Duravit fixtures.


Availability & Floor Plans
Residence Type Unit Floor Plans
1 Bedroom, 1.5 Baths, 2 Balconies Suite 301
2 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 2 Balconies, 1 Terrace Suite 303
1 Bedroom, 1.5 Baths, 2 Balconies Suite 304
3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 4 Balconies Suite 406
2 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths Suite 407
Studio, 1 Bath Suite 408
1 Bedroom, 1.5 Baths Suite 409
1 Bedroom, 1.5 Baths, 2 Balconies Suite 502
Exclusive 15,000SF Penthouse Apartment & Terrace Penthouse

During the past 25 years, RFR HOLDING has assembled a world-class portfolio of commercial and residential properties including luxury condominiums/hotels, high-end retail developments and signature office buildings.

The RFR team leads the industry in operating, developing, leasing, and managing world-class properties.

John Pawson, Design Architect
From the moment his work first came to public attention in the early 1980s, John Pawson’s impact on the world of contemporary architecture has been profound. Famous for his rigorously minimal style, he has worked on projects as wide-ranging as Calvin Klein’s flagship store in Manhattan and a new Cistercian monastery in the Czech Republic. Publishing projects include the best-selling book, Minimum, exploring the idea of simplicity in art, architecture, and design across a range of historical and cultural contexts.

Ramy Gill, Architect
A prolific Israeli architect, Ramy Gill has established himself as a leading authority on the history and architecture of Jaffa. He was the lead architect on the redesign of the Jaffa Port and published a book about its architecture that is a definitive reference guide on the subject. Ramy Gill is known for his innovative use of ‘green’ energy and materials. His ecologically minded projects, including public buildings and private residences, pay tribute to the culture and landscape from which they derive their inspiration.


Swiss Magazine
“Viva Tel Aviv: The Jaffa Hotel”
Break in style in a former hospital: Modern Damien Hirst art and stylish Shirt Kuramata sofas look perfect in a setting that oozes with history.

Wallpaper UK
“Life Force: In Tel Aviv’s Jaffa, a former hospital gets the John Pawson treatment”
A renovated 19th-century hospital combined with a substantial new-build, the hotel is a cross-continental collaboration.

Vogue Germany
“Traumziele, ganz fern, sehr hoch, extrem köstlich”
„The Jaffa“ gelang dem britischen Stararchitekten John Pawson ein großer Wurf. Das 5-Sterne-Hotel in Tel Aviv entstand in einem historischen Hospital aus dem 19. Jahrhundert voller Säulen, Marmorböden und bunter Bleiglasfenster.

Hotels by Travel & Leisure
“T+L Editors Pick the Best New Hotels in the World”
Built on the site of a 19th-century French hospital, the Jaffa now offers rehabilitation of a more luxurious variety.

Architectural Digest France
“S’endormir à Jaffa”
Le nouvel hôtel de John Pawson en Israël.

Elle Decoration UK
“The Toast of Tel Aviv”
We look beyond the lobby of The Jaffa, a groundbreaking hotel in Israel created by British architect John Pawson.

The Times
“Ancient Jaffa, Israel’s Coolest New Quarter”
Chic hotels, amazing food and hip bars are transforming this historic area in Tel Aviv.

Architectural Digest France
“John Pawson transforme un hôpital en hôtel de luxe”
C’est dans un ancien hôpital français du XIXe siècle dominant l’ancien port que s’est installé l’hôtel The Jaffa, dernier-né de l’architecte John Pawson.

“Tel Aviv Now”
Beachside buzz, hip hotels and gastronomic wonders – all the typical Mediterranean attractions in one of the least-expected places.

Vogue Germany
“Insider-Tipps für Tel Aviv: Die coolsten Spots der Mittelmeer-Metropole”
Das ehemalige Krankenhaus ist zwar modernisiert worden, ohne aber dem alten Gebäude aus dem 19.

Elle Decor
“A slew of new luxury hotels are popping up in Israel”
Tel Aviv’s fashionable Jaffa district, the wildly anticipated Jaffa is an ambitious 120-room hotel with 32 residences, owned by American Aby Rosen of RFR Holding and designed by the British minimalist John Pawson.

Architectural Digest Russia
“Отель в Тель-Авиве по проекту Джона Поусона”
Около пяти лет назад девелопер Эйби Розен объявил о своих планах превратить бывший французский госпиталь в одном из кварталов старой Яффы в люксовый отель.

Condé Nast Traveller
“The Jaffa, Tel Aviv’s Modern-Meets-Medieval Hotel”
The 19th-century neo-gothic and neo-renaissance building (originally a hospital for Christians visiting Jerusalem) is on a hilltop overlooking the port.

“The Tel Aviv hotels to catch some sleep in the city that doesn’t”
A 19th century, neo-Roman former hospital turned lavish hotel, The Jaffa is the kind of titanic, rambling property that begs to be explored.

“Experience a Changing Tel Aviv at These Lavish New Hotels”
It took more than a decade to restore the 19th-century former French hospital and monastery that, together with a new adjoining building, make up The Jaffa.

Interior Design
“John Pawson Transforms a 19th-Century Former Hospital Into the Jaffa, a Luxury Hotel in Tel Aviv”
What was a French 19th-century hospital is now, thanks to a sensitive restoration and the addition of a new building by Interior Design Hall of Fame member John Pawson, the Jaffa, a luxury property featuring 120 guest rooms and suites, 32 residences, two restaurants, and a spa.

The Wall Street Journal
“The 10 Most Intriguing Travel Destinations for 2019”
Here, our top destinations worth zeroing in on in 2019.

Fathom Away
“The 15 Hottest Hotel Openings of Fall 2018”
Dig in and start dreaming about your next vacation.

Haute Living
“Aby Rosen On His Latest Passion Project That’s Slated To Change Tourism In Tel Aviv”
The hotel retains all of its historical feel—the façade includes outdoor galleries with arched colonnades, and the plastered walls were scraped down to reveal the generations of patina that touch the building’s signage and paint-patterned walls—yet has every modern amenity a 21st century guest could possibly want, including a high-tech spa courtesy of luxury brand L. Raphael.

“In Jaffa, A Historic Convent is Reborn as a Glamorous Hotel”
Designer John Pawson has Transformed a Convent and Hospital Into a Stylish Oasis Amid the Ancient Port’s Busy Streets

“Want a New Kind of Religious Experience? Bear Witness to this Tel Aviv Chapel Turned Bar”
The glowing neon red prayer hands radiating on the stone wall signal that you have found the right place.

How to Spend It
“Israel’s new generation of singular hotels and cultural monuments”
New hospitality and cultural initiatives are carving out compelling spaces amid the beauty of the country’s ancient landscapes and the tangled narrative of its society.

Travel + Leisure
“The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2018”
Tel Aviv has attracted a lot of attention for its nightlife and creative culinary scene in recent years. These days its center of gravity has shifted south, to the site of the ancient port town of Jaffa (technically part of the city itself).

The Telegraph Luxury
“The most fabulous architectural highlights to look forward to in 2018”
A fleeting look at some of the architectural projects – large and small – destined to make waves in 2018.

Israel 21c
“8 of the most anticipated hotels opening in Israel in 2018”
With new hotels opening across the country from the Negev desert to Tel Aviv, there’s no shortage of reasons to travel to Israel this year.

Architectural Digest
“This Mediterranean City Deserves a Place on Every Design Lover’s Bucket List”
Just barely a century old, Tel Aviv embraces its seaside vibe in more ways than one—equally laid-back and strikingly cutting edge.

“John Pawson transforms a former Tel Aviv hospital into The Jaffa hotel”
A former hospital in Tel Aviv’s Jaffa neighbourhood has been transformed into a new hotel designed by John Pawson.

“Opening Shot: John Pawson Gives a 19th-century French Hospital a Stunning Makeover in Tel Aviv”
The British designer teamed up with a local architect for The Jaffa hotel, bringing his minimalist style to a landmark structure in the ancient Israeli port city.

Trend Hunter
“John Pawson Transformed the New Jaffa Hotel in Tel Aviv”
Set in the oldest neighborhood in Tel Aviv, the Jaffa Hotel is a 120-room luxury hotel that is walking distance to the district’s ancient center.

“Tel Aviv: Where to Surf, Eat, Drink, and Dance”
The Mediterranean vacation you didn’t know you needed. Tel Aviv’s beachfront promenade is a feast for the eyes (and the ‘gram) on any given sunset.

LS:N Global
“A historical luxury hotel opens in Tel Aviv”
In a nod to the surrounding area’s history, Marriott has opened The Jaffa as part of its Luxury Collection. The hotel, which is housed in a 19th-century hospital, features contemporary and classic elements, drawing from Roman, Corinthian and Arab influences in order to connect seamlessly with the multicultural Jaffa neighbourhood.

Robb Report
“The Jaffa Brings an Intoxicating Mix of New York Cool and Elegant Luxury to Tel Aviv”
The ancient city gains another lavish hotel mixing history with posh amenities—have you booked your trip yet?

“John Pawson transforms a former hospital in Tel Aviv into the new Jaffa hotel”
A former hospital in Tel Aviv’s Jaffa neighbourhood has been transformed into a new hotel designed by John Pawson.

The Jaffa Residences, Architectural Details

The Jaffa Residences Progress Photo, January 2017

Unique Homes
“The Most Expensive Penthouse in Israel”
Designed by British architect John Pawson, this penthouse enjoys stunning views of Jaffa’s ancient port and the Mediterranean Sea.

The Jewish Week
“Jaffa Rising”
Jaffa, the ancient port city, is witnessing an explosion in demand for luxury housing and hotel accommodations. Steeped in layer after layer of history, Jaffa has long been on the itineraries of diaspora Jewish travelers, who enjoy its stunning port and its boutiques and cafés. But now, it is also an increasingly popular choice for vacations and second homes.

“Inside Jaffa: Tel Aviv’s Hottest Area”
A stroll through Jaffa is a journey that takes you through arched alleys that start and stop suddenly, past golden stone buildings bathed in sun and hidden in shadow, through streets with signs marked with zodiac symbols—it’s a mix of weirdness and intrigue that’s befitting of a 4,000-plus-year-old port city that’s starting to really register on must-travel lists.

New York Post
“The World’s Top 19 Hotels to Visit in 2016”
The new hotels we’re most looking forward to next year run the gamut from big-name big brands to boutique beauties, and from urban escapes in familiar destinations to far-flung lodges in exotic locales.

The New York Times
“36 Hours in Tel Aviv”
Young, modern Tel Aviv and ancient Jaffa pulse with energy and combine to offer bustling markets, night clubs and a beachside promenade just right for two wheels.

The Times of Israel
“Hotels Look to the Past for a New Take on Luxury”
Two hotels still under construction, the W Tel Aviv-Jaffa and Isrotel’s Jerusalem Residence, make use of historical buildings as part of their accommodations

The Wall Street Journal
“Tel Aviv’s Real-Estate Boom Powered by Tech Startups”
Wealthy Israelis have long bought property in cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, but young tech entrepreneurs are snapping up property there, too.

The Jewish Week
“Israel’s Luxe Boom”
The New York-based real-estate tycoon behind the W brand, Aby Rosen, said: “The location, together with the W Hotels’ expertise in luxury lifestyle, brings a unique opportunity to investors who want the authentic Israeli experience in a beautiful contemporary design, and who want to have the international service that can complement their busy lifestyles.”

New York Post
The 20 Hottest Real Estate Spots in the World”
Tel Aviv is a city that combines the best parts of New York and Los Angeles, with warm weather, beautiful architecture and neighborhoods that have a lot of personality.

How To Spend It
W Hotels’ New Residences in Tel Aviv
Located in a newly constructed wing next to the 19th-century French Hospital and due for completion next year, the 38 luxury apartments, co-designed by master of minimalism John Pawson, combine the best of the old (vaulted ceilings, stained-glass windows) with W’s ultra-chic contemporary approach.


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