Hotels in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn’s hotel scene is not as storied or widespread as Manhattan’s, but what it lacks in numbers it makes up for in quality. Plus, the best view o... Read More

Brooklyn’s hotel scene is not as storied or widespread as Manhattan’s, but what it lacks in numbers it makes up for in quality. Plus, the best view of the Manhattan skyline is from some of Brooklyn’s own accommodations, where rooftop bars and restaurants with floor-to-ceiling river views have become the norm. Take the William Vale, for example, which offers a breathtaking view of Manhattan and surrounding Brooklyn neighborhoods from the balconies of all 183 rooms and its 22nd-floor bar, Westlight. The borough’s unique vibe is reflected in 1 Hotel’s new outpost at Brooklyn Bridge, where guests can stay at a sustainability-driven hotel.

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  • 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

    This section of Brooklyn has long been starved for a hotel befitting the neighborhood's new cool. But it was worth the wait: 1 Hotel has nailed the... Read More

  • McCarren Hotel & Pool

    This chic, glass-walled hotel abuts Williamsburg’s popular McCarren Park. There’s plenty to see within walking distance, given that the hotel is located... Read More

  • Urban Cowboy B&B

    This creative bed-and-breakfast blends luxury with a rustic Brooklyn vibe. The spacious and uncluttered rooms have features like cathedral ceilings... Read More

  • The William Vale

    This modern, Brooklyn-inspired boutique hotel in Williamsburg is the essence of urban sophistication. Each of the 183 rooms has bold and stylish decor,... Read More

  • Williamsburg Hotel

    This 150-room boutique hotel is one of the only ones you'll find in Brooklyn, but that's not the reason it stands out. The Williamsburg Hotel was... Read More

  • Wythe Hotel

    People are still buzzing about the "new Brooklyn," where each artisan establishment seems to out-craft the next. And the Wythe—near the Williamsburg... Read More

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