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Luxury Hotel Review – Brown Beach House, Tel Aviv, Israel

By Kach Umandap March 21st, 2016 Posted in Destination, Luxury Hotel Review, Travel Blog 21 Comments

The new arrival making its mark on the Tel Aviv beachfront is Brown Beach House. This 39 room sister to the already highly successful Brown TLV stands out from the large chain hotels currently domination the beach for its contemporary yet personal homely style. Matching Brown TLV in its retro, sophisticated décor throughout its spacious rooms and suites, lively bar and kosher café/restaurant.

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Relaxation is key with private sun terraces offered for suite guests and excellent spa facilities, but finally the setting itself, resting just on the shore of the Mediterranean lined by a charming promenade to sit and watch the world go by.

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We had very high hopes for our stay here at Brown Beach House after our time in Brown TLV in the heart of the city. Although very close in proximity they offer two very different experiences within the same city, and here the focus is on a laid-back, care-free ambiance without compromising on luxury and quality of service, just what we hoped for after being immersed in the rich culture and ancient history combined with contemporary and innovative design, art, music and cuisine found in this incredible city. Following this theme of bringing different worlds together, a really unique factor here was the mix of people attracted by this boutique hotel, couples, solo travellers, families and business travellers are equally attracted by its charm.

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You can check details and latest rates on Booking.com, Agoda or visit their website directly. 

Don’t just take our word for it though, check out their reviews on TripAdvisor


Walking in off the busy Ha’yarkan street into the eccentrically designed bar and lounge, we were immediately transported to the 1950’s with its retro summer resorts, it is filled with playful and quirky furniture, clashing patterned wallpaper and furnishings that somehow blend to create an elegant and tropical atmosphere.

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Having been designed by a group of renowned architects, no detail has been overlooked. With specially selected vintage furniture throughout the whole hotel and the use of natural materials like cane chairs and bamboo panels that contrast with ornate lamps and geometric, monochrome rugs and cushions.

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The location means that each of the 39 rooms are very spacious and light, those guests opting for a suite will also have the luxury of a jacuzzi and private sun-terrace! What I loved the most here is the personality given to every room each with unique furniture and colour scheme which makes a refreshing change from many chain hotels that follow the same theme throughout. The room options range from standard single room to a pet house suite accommodation four people comfortably.

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While enjoying a great beachfront location, just one minute walking to Jerusalem beach, it is still only a short walk to many other popular locations such as Meir park, the Carmel market and the Pizengoff centre. For us we loved being able to step out of the door and immediately stroll along the pedestrian promenade overlooking the beach in the early evening.

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At a much more reasonable price than its neighbours along the seafront, guests staying at Brown Beach House can afford to upgrade to one their suites and will be rewarded by stunning sea views from a private sun-terrace and even an open air jacuzzi if you opt for the 55square metre Penthouse Studio!


While staying in either of the Brown hotels you really have a sense of being at the heart of the activity, with the key feature here being a lively bar (the Flamingo bar) as much a destination to non-guests as it is a hotel amenity. With the addition of a welcome glass of cava on arrival guests will instantly feel at home and ready to join the action! Another bonus is the free couples massage offered in their in-house spa, but if not travelling as part of a couple be sure to try one of their other spa services.

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Other Amenities:

Bar / Lounge

Business Centre with Internet Access

Free Breakfast

High Speed Internet ( WiFi )

Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )


Spa services and jacuzzi

Wheelchair access

Airport Transportation


While lunch and dinner service  is not currently offered here, a delicious breakfast is served in their kosher restaurant. Unlike the usual buffet style found in so many hotels these days, we really appreciated the personal service with each dish specially prepared to your liking.

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Having already experienced the hospitality, friendliness and relaxed atmosphere at Brown TLV the team here at Brown Beach House have followed their example perfectly while adding their own charm and personal touches to the service that they offer! This beautiful beach house is kept in pristine condition at all times allowing guests to fully relax and enjoy their surroundings.

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NOTE: This is a sponsored hotel stay with Brown Beach House, Tel Aviv, Israel and all opinions and text are all mine! Thank you to everyone we met who helped to make this such a special experience.

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21 thoughts on “Luxury Hotel Review – Brown Beach House, Tel Aviv, Israel

  1. The spa service sounds lush and relaxing as you describe. One of the parts I always look in a hotel. Brown beach house is a right place to stay.

  2. Absolutely stunning. I love the scenery of your first picture! It looks like an awesome place to stay. The yellow really pops too! 🙂

  3. Wow what a cool place. Really makes you want to spoil yourself and visit there 🙂
    Tel-Aviv is always a fun place to visit. One of my favorite cities in the world.
    I’ll remember your recommandation in my next visit to Tel-Aviv.

  4. Super love it! What make this hotel amazing for me is the furniture. It looks cozy. I also
    Love when you mentioned that it’s more personal service. Awesome!

  5. What! That place is actually pretty then most of the hotels I know in Manila. I dont know but it has such a modern but comfy vibe. Although I dont think I’ll be finding myself in Israel anytime soon, I’ll keep this open. Thanks for the recommendation! 🙂

  6. Wow this makes a perfect honeymoon destination in Israel.
    I’m happy at the same time envy you two got to enjoy this luxury accommodation,
    In indeed, there is a good place to go in Israel.

  7. I have never been to Israel before but I have heard of Tel Aviv a lot from NCIS that I watch. And oh my, this is not the picture of Tel Aviv I have in mind. I didn’t know that it holds so much beauty!

  8. That chair by the balcony reminds me of a hammock. I know it looks different from a hammock but it really reminds me of one. The view is great and breath-taking! It’s also nice to know that they allow pets to be with you. I just wish that if ever something like this would be built in the Philippines, it would also be as nice as this!

  9. Wow! The ambiance and the interior design of the hotel was really great!! I love the bedroom!! A perfect place for relaxation.

  10. The view on the hotel is really superb and I love the interiors! Very calming and refreshing. I will definitely consider this when I go to Israel. Though for now, I would have to save in order to fulfill my never ending bucket list.

  11. The hotel is small, which is a good thing and a bad thing. From business perspective, it is more expensive to operate. However, a smaller brings in something that bigger ones cannot match. Personal touch and it is evident in the way you described how the rooms have their own unique touches. I love everything about the hotel and I find the balcony a winner. Always go for a hotel with a balcony, I say.

  12. The room looks lovely. I like the fact that there are spa services available as well.

  13. This looks an absolutely perfect place to stay. The decor, the location – everything looks amazing. What a treat to stay here! Kaz x

  14. Oh wow I am loving this beach house and the decor is just amazing. I have not thought about visiting tel aviv before but would love to visit now.

  15. It certainly looks laid back but still luxurious! The bathroom is gorgeous and I love the sound of the jacuzzi with the suite!

  16. Hi Kach,
    I have been to Israel recently, I have to mention that the security situation over there is on the edge. I could see the fear in the eyes of the people. I didn’t feel comfortable at all walking around in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and other 7 towns that I visited including the Dead Sea and Elat. Please mention this issue here so whoever is travelling to Israel to reconsider other destinations for the sake of their own safety. Also, for those people who insist on going to pay extra attention to where they walk or drive, and to plan their trip accordingly. Their were 2 incidents where Israeli soldiers shot tourists thinking they were terrorists because one was a white tourist that worn the Palestinian scarf and another had a brownish skin. We all love your blog here in the USA to the level where we trust it and take it as a reliable source of travel information.

    Thanks for everything you do for us travelers.


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Written by Kach Umandap

Founder of Two Monkeys Travel Group. Since 2013, Kach has visited all the 7 continents (including Antarctica) and 151 countries using her Philippines Passport. In 2016, she bought a sailboat and went on sailing adventures with her two cats - Captain Ahab & Little Zissou in the Caribbean for 2 years. She now lives in Herceg Novi, Montenegro where she's enjoying her expat life and living on a gorgeous Stonehouse. She writes about her experiences traveling as a Filipina traveler with a PHL Passport. Also tips on backpacking trips, luxury hotel experiences, product reviews, sailing & adventure travel.