Luxury Boutique Hotel in Tel Aviv
Luxury from the bed to the beach, Debrah Brown Hotel, crowned as Brown Collection's official luxury hotel, is a unique travel experience in every detail. Walking distance from Gordon Beach, this former home of the legendary Devora Hotel has been lovingly redesigned by architect Prof. Yossi Friedman, in keeping with the building’s history and its unique location.
The entrance floor features the ‘’Dvora’’ restaurant, designed in a New York pop-up style. Enjoy the chic ambience as acclaimed chef Eyal Shani creates precise and sexy dishes paired with fine wines. Venture up to the sun balcony to top up your vitamin D, take a dip in one of the hot tubs and soak up the urban views, relax and unwind at the luxurious spa with a variety of professional treatments and massages and start your day with a satisfying breakfast served at the Dvora restaurant.
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Offering 87 stylish rooms inspired by design, comfort, and convenience and adapted to accommodate individuals, couples and families with maximum comfort, the only thing between you and a good night’s sleep is our friendly staff. All rooms feature upscale fittings to befit your stay including crisp cotton sheets, care products and bathrobes.
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This top-notch restaurant, located on the entrance floor, seamlessly integrates with the overall design of the hotel, down to the tiniest of details. Daringly unconventional creations by chef Eyal Shani, a sassy yet sophisticated menu including fish, meat, vegetables, mouthwatering pastries and scrumptious desserts, all prepared in an open kitchen.
The restaurant is open in the evenings from Sunday to Thursday. For details and reservations call: 077-7242019
The spa and fitness center spans an entire floor and features treatment rooms, a hot tub and an equipped state-of-the-art gym. Our hotel-guest-only spa suite is the perfect place to escape to and indulge in a multitude of treatments in an intimate ambience.
Step up to Debrah’s spacious and stylish living room retreat for the perfect time-out or step out to the stunning rooftop terrace to soak up urban views of the City That Never Sleeps. Relax and catch some rays on the expansive sundeck or take a dip in the hot tub surrounded by rich greenery and let your mind create memories of you stay.
The Deborah Hotel was established in young Tel Aviv in 1964 by Shraga Feibel and Menachem Mendel Knoll. The Knoll family, originally from Galicia, moved to Austria after World War I and after the Nazis rose to power and the events of Kristallnacht fled to Caracas, Venezuela, where they helped establish the Jewish community and themselves as successful businessmen. Twenty years later, the brothers immigrated to Israel and settled in Tel Aviv, where they established the first strictly kosher luxury hotel in the city - the Deborah Hotel, named after their mother.
Upon its construction, the building was considered one of the tallest in Tel Aviv, and even starred in the international magazine TIME.
Architecture & Design
"Harmony of contrasts", the new design of the hotel, described by the architect Prof. Yossi Friedman, who designed the new hotel and inspired by the history of the building and its unique location. "We merged the European classics with New York sophistication. We combined urban elements with details from the world of resorts. The worlds of health, spa and fitness take place in the hotel alongside rich and luxrious dishes. All resulting to a sophisticated, refined and glamorous decadent classic."
Come and explore the city with your children and enjoy spacious and well-designed family rooms that can accommodate up to four individuals.
Our package also includes free tickets to BALLOON STORY, a huge balloon exhibition coming to Tel Aviv, or entrance to the Safari in Ramat Gan - depending on the package you select.
The synagogue is located on the first floor and is accessible to hotel guests. Aliyah to the Torah and Bar Mitzvah ceremonies can be held on Mondays and Thursdays in the morning, with the option of hosting gatherings in the lobby or on the rooftop. The synagogue can accommodate up to 100 individuals, and it is possible to arrange for light refreshments or brunch as well.