Combining comfort with style and with an emphasis on personalized service, the Brown TLV boutique hotel is a cost-effective choice offering 30 urban-sized, yet well-appointed bedrooms that have been carefully designed to maximize your comfort. The bedrooms are intimate in size but grand on style and amenities. Each well-appointed bedroom offers Egyptian cotton towels and 400 thread-count linens, a walk-in black marble shower with rainforest shower head, pique bathrobe, individual climate control, work-station, closet with ample space, lap-top sized safe deposit box, 32-inch flat screen television with major business and news channels, complimentary Wi-Fi and a mini bar.
In the upcoming months, the Brown TLV is expected feature a new chef restaurant and bar. Until the opening, guests can enjoy a diverse, local dining experience, and breakfast is served in three different cafes of their choice. At the hotel’s living room, guests can enjoy a complimentary coffee, tea and snacks corner. Bottles of Wine, Cava and Lambrusco can be purchased as well.
AddressKalisher st. 25 Tel Aviv Israel 65165
Brown TLV, a boutique hotel in Tel Aviv, is located on a quiet street at the crossroads of the charming Neve Tzedek quarter, trendy Rothschild Boulevard, the colorful Carmel market and picturesque Nahalat Binyamin pedestrian mall. A ten minute walk lands you on the white sand beaches of the Mediterranean Sea, where you can enjoy Tel-Aviv’s resort atmosphere. A wide selection of the city’s choice restaurants, bars, galleries and boutiques are just a stroll away from the Brown Hotel Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv and the surrounding area is home to approximately 1.3 million people. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003 for its unprecedented collection of buildings in the International Style, Tel Aviv is also listed as one of National Geographic’s Top 10 Beach Cities in the world. The city has developed a unique style fusing the best of both a relaxed Mediterranean seaside town with an urban vibe. With leafy boulevards filled with people at all hours, a thriving business sector, countless charming cafes and restaurants, a vibrant nightlife, a beautiful beachfront and rich cultural offerings – it’s no wonder that the New York Times coined it the “Mediterranean capital of cool.