New Boutique Hotel in Tel Aviv by the Beach
The new Debrah Brown Hotel, by Brown Hotels, sets a new standard of luxury and style right at the heart of Tel Aviv, within walking distance of the beach. The hotel is inspired by an Uptown New York design and was designed by the architect Prof. Yossi Friedman in the mythological building, previously known as the Deborah Hotel. In addition to its 89 exquisitely decorated rooms, the hotel also offers a rooftop with a spacious sunbathing and immersion pool by a wonderful view of the city, an intimate spa suite and the "Malka" kosher restaurant of the esteemed chef Eyal Shani, where breakfast will also be served to hotel guests. By the end of 2021, a large spa and fitness center will be opened at the hotel, an intimate performances hall, in collaboration with "Barby", a conference and events hall, a synagogue and a conference room equipped for business people.
The hotel is still under construction and some of the services we will offer in the future are not yet available. However, all staff members are here to accommodate you with any special request so that your stay at the hotel will be comfortable and enjoyable.
The hotel has 89 rooms, designed to comfortably accommodate individuals, couples and families. The hotel offers six room types for singles, couples and families. High-quality and fine textiles, such as luxurious towels, bathrobes and Egyptian cotton sheets.
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Lobby - Restaurant
Eyal Shani's "Malka" restaurant will be located at the entrance of the hotel. This is the second branch of the esteemed chef's kosher restaurant and will be a combination of the "Malka" restaurant and the famous "Buffet" restaurant. The restaurant will serve an enjoyable and rich breakfast to hotel guests. Until its opening, our breakfast is served in chic breakfast trays, ordered to the room or at the lobby and sun terrace.
Feel free to enjoy an abundance of treatments in the intimate spa suite. The soon-to-be-opened spa and fitness center floor will also include several treatment rooms, hot tubs, sauna rooms, cosmetics clinic and state-of-the-art gym.
*The spa is not operating yet
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.
Archiecture & 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."
On the third floor of the hotel, in front of an urban view of bustling Tel Aviv, lies the hotel's spectacular roof terrace. The entrance to it is through a spacious living room designed and inspired by a luxrious resort, which opens to a huge sun deck with seating areas, sun beds and three hottubs immersed in rich and lush vegetation.