Looking for a place to stay one last night un Tel Aviv, I was profoundly satisfied with an ellegant proposal, full of details and just a quick walk of everywhere. Clean, quiet, peaceful, easy to deal with.
Stay away from Brown hotels. They overbooked our room (the large suite) that we booked for 8 nights. The poor receptionist did not know what to do as her manger that was on call did not assist. Luckily we booked it via Expedia and their wonderful customer service helped us immediately and booked us another hotel. No one from Brown hotels even called us to apologize. So my recommendation is: 1. Stay away from Brown hotels in Tel Aviv 2. Book hotels via Expedia - so you’ll have someone to help in such cases.
The hotel itself is ok (clean bed sheets, comfy matrass). But the neighbour-bar across the street ruins the impression. Booked the hotel for a week, but unfortunately no sleep for 2 nights in a row and it's really terrible. The bar stopped the music at 3 am last night; was playing till 5.55 am this morning. Planning to cancel the hotel booking and move out. Even with room windows closed and a loud air conditioner on you still perfectly hear the music from the outside. Note that there is no proper reception and for late check-ins you have to go up the street to another hotel to get a room key. Breakfast is served in a different hotel (3-5 minute walk); the same one you have to pick up your key in case of late arrivals. Not all dishes are signed (name & ingredients), so you may expect a surprise like I did. Questions to room maintenance - the balcony door is broken and doesn't close properly. Contacted a hotel representative yesterday to fix the door. The personnel seemed to react and promised to send a maintenance person but never did actually. Keeping the balcony door closed with the help of a chair…
Was in Tel Aviv on business and pleasure trip, meaning that the location on this hotel was very good! Close walk to bars and restaurants, the beach and to all the areas you want to explore! The room itself was nothing ordinary, a regular hotel room. Got a jar of candy and some water bottles + coffee which was nice. Also nice schampoo, conditioner, bodywash. The room contained no iron + board from the beginning, but had to ask the reception - which worked out fine. Could be good to know in advance since the lobby in Townhouse is not staffed 24/7. The check in was at another hotel(Hobo by Brown) approx. 50-100m away, went smooth and all staff on both hotels were very nice and friendly. Breakfast at the other hotel, bit unconvenient but very managable, good to know however. The breakfast id say is better than most hotels. Freshly made and lots of options, + they hade a barista which made fresh coffees, very nice! Wifi reception in room 7 was very unstable and not good, needs to be improved.…
Avoid this place! The worst hotel experience in my life. Room full of coakroach, fire alarm was going on and off all night, impossible to get any sleep. Additionally the room was different to the one advertised.
Townhouse, Brown, is a beautiful hotel in the heart of Tel Aviv, a minute walk from Rothschild Boulevard. It has a fantastic atmosphere of a warm home - with a comfortable bed, orthopedic mattress and fine linen. A special pleasure was to work in the lobby at a large wooden dining table with a fresh bouquet of flowers in the center. The smell of candles, coffee, expensive wood - you want to come back here as if you were at home. Highly recommend this hotel for experiencing of Tel-Aviv.
It’s clean, Safe & friendly staff who helped me with my bags. Coffee in the lobby which I love! Love the products!! Such a lovely stay! I like when you come back at night the front doors are locked & you use your card to get in. Felt safe! Such a GEM!
Our room was of a good size and very comfortable. The hotel's central location worked well for us. Breakfast (at a restaurant around the corner from the hotel) was excellent. And the hotel's staff and management were extraordinarily friendly and helpful (with recommendations, information, and problem-solving).
Not only was the location great, the rooms nice but the staff was amazing. Everyone was helpful and wanted to ensure my stay in Tel Aviv was amazing. The manager, Oren, walked me out my first morning and gave me some good tips on cafes and where to visit. Dovrat - was also fantastic. I wish every hotel could have someone as friendly, professional and that has such good advice. My last meal was delicious and a place I would never have went to if not for her.
A beautifully restored townhouse. Stylish simple decor, very friendly staff. Comfortable ground floor sitting room with fresh cakes, tea and newspapers. Lovely space to work or relax. A generous Israeli Breakfast is provided at a cafe nearby and complimentary admission at a great gym nearby was a perk.