Walk through the charming gates leading onto the impeccable property of the Boutique Molco Neve Tzedek Apartments Building as a massive slate waterfall beckons guests into the garden foyer. Budding vineyards climb the walls and painted floor tiles harken back to Tel Aviv's very first traditional structures. Housed in a building originally architected in 1910 and established as a UNESCO World Heritage site under Tel Aviv's White City Modern Movement, the Molcho Neve Tzedek Apartments Building is a landmark building that was painstakingly renovated to its current state at the hands of an expert staff who preserved its original architecture, character and detailing. Various hand-picked furniture, decorative items and accoutrements were flown in from Europe and are now housed in the hotel; including handmade wooden shutters from Holland and a marble stairwell. Each room and common area has been given the utmost attention to detail with both the building's history in mind and the convenience of each guest, as well as the surrounding neighborhood, Neve Tzedek.