Brown Beach House opens in Tel Aviv

The Brown Beach House, an urban beach resort located in the heart of Tel Aviv's Mediterranean coastline, opened.

Built on the site of the Hayarkon Hotel, the Brown Beach House offers 40 suites, each with private terraces overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Each suite and social space at the Brown Beach House has vintage hand-selected furniture pieces and a tropical ambiance incorporating floral design palettes and retro insignia. The property also has six different types of palm trees and more than 140 fauna embedded throughout the hotel.

At the Brown Beach House’s lobby space is the "Flamingo Cafe," a gourmet eatery. On the second floor, guests can enter the Flamingo Bar + Lounge, a multi-room, open-air nightlife space with wooden deck flooring, 45-foot-high ceilings and sea views.

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Other amenities include: a spa with two couple's treatment and in-suite showers, Jacuzzis and a garden; film screening room and conference spaces; and a gym.

The Brown Beach House is the second property of Leopard Hospitality, following the Brown TLV Urban Hotel. It is located at 64 Hayarkon Street, near the Carmel Market and Tel Aviv's over 4,000 Bauhaus and Eclectic architecture-style buildings, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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