Welcome to Rena’s House a House with a story, History and a vision.

Rena’s House was built in 1954 by David Zimand in honor of his loving wife Rena. The House was originally built for the textile industry that was blooming at the time in Tel Aviv and housed small textile factories, designers and merchants. The textile industry changed and so did Rena’s House, until in 2016 David and Rena’s family decided to bring life back to the house.

The old textile factories turned into uniquely designed short term apartments. The old shops turned into Artist’s studios. A restaurant and a live music venue opened. The vision behind the change was to create a rich urban climate that will allow locals and tourists to meet and interact, a unique space that fosters local creation and art, makes tribute to the people of Tel-Aviv, and gives guests the opportunity to experience Tel-Aviv at its finest.

You are most welcome to come and stay with us.