Business Center and Meeting Spaces

Business Center and Meeting Spaces

The Setai Tel Aviv equipped with four state-of-the-art meeting spaces and banquet halls that can accommodate any range of private events, from board meetings & conferences to birthdays & bar mitzvahs.

The Hadarim Hall — the largest of the four spaces — sits at 13×14 square-meters and can comfortably accommodate between 140 and 200 people. It features a large-scale projection screen that descends from the ceiling, as well as a corresponding video projector. Seating can be arranged banquet-style, theater-style, or in whatever arrangement best suits the occasion.

The three meeting rooms range from 4×7 to 6.5×7-square-meters, the largest of which can fit up to 60 people with theater-style seating. The meeting rooms are equipped with flat screen TVs, transportable podiums and stages, high-speed WiFi and all the necessary audio/video trappings to facilitate a successful event.

Spaces are available for half day rentals (8:00 – 13:00) or full day rentals (8:00 – 17:00) and pricing is contingent upon the number of guests and the catering package. The Setai Tel Aviv’s packages include any preferred combination of breakfasts, coffee breaks and pre-fixe lunches. Guests can customize their catering package according to the day’s itinerary and the needs of the group. Coffee & tea are refilled throughout the day by The Setai Tel Aviv’s attentive events staff. Meals can be served buffet-style, plated individually, or served in the gorgeous lobby-level restaurant. Formal white linens are available upon request.

Evening rentals are also available beginning at 18:00 each day. The Setai Tel Aviv also features a small, on-premise synagogue which is available for use during any relevant celebration.

Executive Lounge

Guests staying in one of The Setai Tel Aviv Suites will gain access to the Executive Lounge, a plush, stylish and serene space for those seeking a peaceful respite throughout the day for both work and/or pleasure. A light breakfast buffet is served daily in the Executive Lounge, with snacks offered at noon and in the evening. Wine and beer are served daily between 19:00–22:00.  Newspapers and reading materials are provided along with comfortable seating areas.

The Setai Tel Aviv celebrates the best of Israeli food culture, while also honoring the culinary heritage of Jaffa and the property’s Turkish roots.  Whether dining privately in their guest room or at one of the two signature restaurants, guests will be treated to the best in seasonal, thoughtful, local fare.

Jaya Chef Restaurant

Jaya, the Setai Tel Aviv’s lobby-level chef restaurant opens up onto a tree-lined courtyard with daily breakfast and lunch/dinner menu by Israeli Chef Adir Cohen. Fashioned in exclusive interior design by Baranowitz & Kronenberg, The Setai Tel Aviv celebrates the best of Israeli food culture, while also honoring the culinary heritage of Jaffa and the property’s Turkish roots. Guests will be treated to the best in seasonal, thoughtful, local fare in an unparalleled, stylish setting that will serve as a destination in itself. 

The Setai Tel Aviv Bar

The Setai Bar, the beating heart of The Setai Tel Aviv, is located just off of the lobby, serving hand-crafted cocktails and fine international and Israeli wines and dressed with a custom Brazilian blue marble, designed by Baranowitz & Kronenberg architects, and interior design furnishings and accents by Ara design. As customary during Ottoman rule over Jaffa, The Setai Tel Aviv offers a traditional British High Tea Service of teas, scones and sandwiches, each day at 17:00. The Wine Bar is open from XPM to YPM and serves a selection of Israeli wines, beers, and locally-distilled spirits & bitters.