The only thing which takes this hotel to be close to be a boutique hotel is the pen they gives you.. if you take this hotel be ready for non pleasant surprises: no breakfast at the hotel, they will send you out for some low level coffee shops, room is tiny, blanket is thin, bed…
Can only think the other reviewers were in a parallel universe! The location is terrible, the rooms are TINY, the service is non existent, the few staff when you meet them are rude! The phrase “emperors new clothes”! Under no circumstances ever stay here.
We didn't stay at the hotel. My husband treated us, for my birthday, to a spa package for couples. The package included an 80 minute massage for each of us, Cava and use of hotel facilities. We chose the Brown spa as we thought it would be nice to have a dip in the jacuzzi on…
We loved our stay at the Brown. It was a fantastic location, clean hotel, the staff were friendly and helpful. And there is coffee and pastry in the morning. We will definitely return when in Tel Aviv.
At the recommendation of my travel agent I had foolishly booked the solo room. It may be fine if only staying one or two nights but as I was staying for 7 nights, at only 11 sqm it was far too small. Indeed all the rooms are small but I understand that it is the norm for Tel…
"Rooms are tiny.."
"Rooms are small so it could be smart to ask for the bigger ones"
"Higher floors have better views and bigger rooms are recommended!"
"Doors are heavy and loud when slammed by guests. Made it loud in the morning by other guests. "
"Rooms with balcony and jacuzzi <3"