The Brown TLV Urban Hotel in Tel Aviv is a gay friendly and gay owned boutique hotel. It is perfectly located right in the heart of Tel Aviv's "gay quarter", next to most major gay nightlife establishments. For example:
Shpagat bar: 1 minute walk
Evita bar: 5 minutes walk
17 (Shva Esre) lounge: 2 minutes walk
Apolo bar: 7 minutes walk
Sauna Paradise: 5 minutes walk
We welcome gay visitors from all over the world, and would be glad to guide you through the city's various attractions. Check out our stylish yet affordable bedrooms, our spa suite which offeres massage treatments by professional in-house masseurs, and our rooftop sundeck with its panoramic view over Tel Aviv.
You will love the variety of neighbour cafes in which our breakfast is served - all personally chosen by us to offer you with a great local experience. If you are a spotrs and workout enthusiast, you can enjoy free access to the nearby Energy gym (3 minutes walk) given to our guests. We can also recommend you the best jogging roots around the area.
The fashion pictures on this page were taken by Shpagat Store at the Brown TLV.
Gay TLV Guide
Voted "Best Gay City of 2011", Tel Aviv is also the capital of gay life in Israel. It is a liberal city, with a strong gay community and a lively gay scene. In recent years, Tel aviv became a major destination for gay men and women from all over the world, who are coming to experience the gay Tel Aviv and the unique gay vibe. Tel Aviv is a gay friendly city and gays live all around town with presence that is felt everywhere. Still, most gay nightlife spots are concentrated in an area that can be described as the "gay quarter", around Nahalat Binyamin street, Rothschild blvd ans the surrounding streets.
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