....that count. Brown Hotel TLV was absolutely the best alternative to staying in one of the monster hotels that line the seafront. First of all, being that you're in the city, you get a much better feel for Tel Aviv. You're still a short walk from the beach, but because the hotel is located right next to the Carmel market, you get to enjoy the vibrancy of urban Tel Aviv which for me, is much more interesting than the beach. The marketplace is full of loads of little wonders - esp on Tuesdays when there's an artists market 2 minutes away from the hotel. Make sure to check out the Little Prince cafe, fabulous little bohemian bar with books lining the shelves. I loved the fact that if you stay at the brown you get to eat breakfast in an actual restaurant (you choose from 3) instead of a boring hotel dining room. The staff are dead friendly without being in-your-face and there are tons of little extras that made my stay there that much more special. The free coffee and yummy cookies served 24 hours in the lobby, the champagne, the wine when I walked in, the chocolates and wine in the room. And I took a bike from them so I was getting around the city like a local. The hotel is decked out in cool, avant-gardish brown and green decor and there's an awesome rooftop terrace bar. I also had a massage which was literally the best massage I've ever had (and I've had a lot of massages in a lot of hotels). Ask for the Russian guy. As some people mentioned here, the regular rooms are small (I think you can ask for a bigger one) but it didn't bother me. I still had enough room to spread out all my stuff. And the beds were way more comfortable than other hotels (I've stayed in the Dan Tel Aviv where the beds were much less comfy). All in all, a fantastic choice for an urban stay and a much better alternative than most of the corporate and impersonal hotel chains.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- There's a new color in town. In the heart of Tel Aviv's urban scene, at the crossroads of the charming Neve Tzedek quarter and trendy Rothschild Boulevard and a ten minute walk from the beach, the Brown TLV Hotel is an ideal choice for the seasoned business traveler as well as the lifestyle-driven individual eager to access the vibrant city. Arts and culture, dining and nightlife are all outside our door. The Brown boutique hotel caters to the value-minded, yet stylishly discerning guest. Combining unique retro design, stylish ambiance and personalized service, Brown TLV is an award winning hotel recommended by international magazines such as NY Times, Wallpaper, Conde Nast Traveller, Vogue and Time Magazine. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Brown Tlv Hotel Tel Aviv