Bay Club Haifa
Client: Atlas Boutique Hotels
Architect: Danni Breler
Interior Design: Oren Bronstein
Photo: Natan Dvir
The Bay Club Hotel in Haifa sits inside the historic building which was once home to the head of the city of Haifa during the time of the British occupation, and later became the headquarters of the British police. Due to strict preservation laws, the building’s stone façade and gardens have been kept intact, adding to the serene vibe of the property.
Retaining its colonial style, the lobby is adorned with decorative lighting fixtures suspended from the high ceilings bordered by curved moldings. The spacious lounge is characterized by stone walls that match the style of the building’s façade and merge into the covered patio, which is highlighted by the illuminated water canal.
The windows on the building’s facade are lit with warm-white LEDs, emphasizing the periodic style and providing a design rhythm to the front of the hotel. The colonial décor is carried throughout the hotel in the corridors of each floor, with illuminated glass and metal fixtures on the walls, and spotlights shining on room numbers located on each door.