Eden Inn is situated in the Neveh Remez neighborhood. Like many hotels in Israel, it was originally built in the 1950s by a health maintenance organization as a convalescent home. It was built for the construction union workers and run by the Beit Remez, the construction workers’ pension fund.
Currently an extremely desirable area, Neveh Remez was in those days a modest neighborhood populated by blue-collar workers (Shikun Neveh Oved Alef). The community was founded in 1947, but only upon the construction of Beit Remez was the neighborhood hooked up to the country’s electrical grid. Beit Remez functioned as one of the most important institutions in the community at the time.