Boutique Hotel in Jerusalem
The Villa Brown Jerusalem introduces contemporary boutique hospitality to the ancient city of Jerusalem, Israel. It resides in a renovated picturesque 19th century villa in the heart of Jerusalem, next to the Russian compound and overlooking the Ethiopian church. It is merely a 5 minutes’ walk to the old city walls and right by the city center, on 54 Ha'Neviim Street.
Villa Brown boutique hotel boasts 24 exquisite rooms and suites, each bearing a distinctive design inspired by Jerusalem’s Ottoman and British Mandate eras, a luxurious bathroom with complimentary slippers and bathrobe and modern amenities including a flat-screen television with cable channels, high-speed Wi-Fi and minibar. Some rooms also feature a seating area and terrace or balcony with a city view.
With its soothing, warm hues, soft textiles and luxurious open-air jacuzzi, Villa Brown’s exclusive Rooftop Spa in Jerusalem offers indulgent treatments and services set against the stunning backdrop of the dome of the Ethiopian Church and the silhouette of the Jerusalem Hills on the horizon.
Villa Brown’s stunning open-air veranda is the centerpiece of the hotel’s public spaces, a communal gathering spot.
Lobby & Library
A signature element of the Brown Hotels Collection, the Lobby and Library is the warm welcome center and living room of Villa Brown.
Nestled in the depths of Villa Brown, the fashionable Cave Bar in Jerusalem once served as the 19th-century residence’s water cistern.
Rekindling that tradition, Villa Brown’s elegant garden veranda and stunning rooftop can accommodate up to 70 guests and offer the ideal settings for private events in Jerusalem, including intimate parties, corporate and nonprofit events, birthdays and weddings.
Geared toward the modern, cosmopolitan traveler, Villa Brown is one of the best business hotels in Jerusalem, offering an extensive array of benefits, facilities and amenities for business travelers.
Villa Brown sits at the crossroads of downtown Jerusalem in one of the oldest areas of the modern city, where the secular, cosmopolitan side of the city meets the historical and religious.
History & Design
The soul of Villa Brown has its roots in Jerusalem’s early 20th century Ottoman and British Mandate colonial eras, when the Villa served as the private home of one of the city’s most colorful characters.