The Vibe: 1970s Boho Chic.
The Area: On the corner of Gordon and Ben Yehuda Streets in the city centre. The ever popular Gordon Beach is a five minute walk, while Dizengoff Street, with its plethora of retail and restaurants is a 3-minute walk.
The DNA: Spanning four stories, the jewelry box-style Bauhaus-style Dave Gordon – Son of a Brown hotel embraces a 1970s-style aesthetic, with each room featuring eclectic flea market finds. Vintage prints and funky antiques populate each space. Color is also emphasized in the design; every door is a different bold hue, while the lobby is anchored in a striking crimson. The ground floor is home to the Yard, an urban courtyard with antique lounge furniture, where you can grab a beer from the honesty bar. Also in the lobby, a tattoo parlor.
Suite-Me-Up: The deluxe suite on the top floor is outfitted with a king bed accented in a plush velvet frame with speakers in the headboard.
✅free Wi-Fi • size matters: 35 rooms & suites (12-22m2) (129-237 sq ft) • hotel opened: October 2017 • interior design: Agnon Granot • parking possible nearby (charged) ✅ pets welcome, no charges • 24-hour front desk