Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel228 Duffield Street, Brooklyn 4.0 out of 5.0
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn Bridge, and Ellis Island. Area attractions also include Federal Reserve ...
Holiday Inn Brooklyn Downtown300 Schermerhorn Road, Brooklyn 3.5 out of 5.0
Located in Boerum Hill, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Brooklyn Academy of Music and within 3 mi (5 km) of Brooklyn Bridge and New York Stock Exchange. Battery ...
Best Western Plus Prospect Park Hotel764 4th Ave, Brooklyn 2.5 out of 5.0
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, Brooklyn Bridge, and Battery Park. Area attractions also include Brooklyn Museum ...
Brooklyn Hostel71 Cooper Street, Brooklyn 2.0 out of 5.0
Situated in Brooklyn, this hostel is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Brooklyn Children's Museum and within 6 mi (10 km) of Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn College. Pratt Institute ...
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge333 Adams St, Brooklyn 3.5 out of 5.0
Standing at the end of the Brooklyn Bridge's ramp, the Marriott is 1 block from the Borough Hall subway stop, with Manhattan a 10-minute ride away; the Brooklyn ...
Hotels in Brooklyn, New York
Brooklyn, the largest of New York’s five boroughs, sits between Long Island and Manhattan. What was once a haven for the working class is now a vibrant place comprised of neighborhoods that are both eclectic and ethnically diverse. The borough is home to many Brooklyn hotels, trendy eateries, eclectic art galleries, museums, churches and boutique shops, and they are all waiting for you. Visit Orbitz.com to make your travel arrangements, and you’ll find that booking hotels, flights and rental cars is quick and easy.
Downtown Brooklyn is where the arts and academia flourish. The neighborhood is home to the Brooklyn Academia of Music’s cultural district, 50 arts and cultural groups and more than 2,500 writers, artists, graphic designers, filmmakers and architects. Long Island University, NYU’s Polytechnic Institute, the NYC College of Technology and Pratt Institute are all housed in the downtown area. That means you’ll find unique shops, casual eateries and art galleries everywhere you turn.
The NU Hotel (nuhotelbrooklyn.com) offers fresh, clean design and rooms that are luxurious yet livable. Its sidewalk café and bar is a destination for many locals, as it is staffed by culinary heavyweights chef Jehangir Mehta and master mixologist Milos Zica. Room rates at the NU start at $289 per night.
Aloft New York Brooklyn (aloftnewyorkbrooklyn.com) is both sophisticated and trendy. The hotel features a rooftop bar, an on-site fitness center and in-room spas. Rates start at $159 per night. Other downtown Brooklyn hotels include the Brooklyn Heights Marriott (Marriott.com), the Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel (starwoodhotels.com) and the Hotel Indigo Brooklyn (ichotelsgroup.com).
Bay Ridge is tucked away in the southwest corner of Brooklyn overlooking the Verrazano Bridge. It is a quiet, middle-class neighborhood with large communities of Irish, Italian, Greek, Russian, Arabian and Polish residents. It is well known for step streets reminiscent of some European communities and is home to Owl’s Head Park and the 69th Street Pier.
The Best Western Gregory Hotel (bestwestern.com) sits in the heart of Bay Ridge, featuring fairly typical hotel amenities along with a multilingual staff to accommodate visitors from all over the world. Guests can take advantage of the on-site restaurant, hot tub suites and a complimentary morning paper. Room rates start at $179 per night.
The Prince Hotel (princehotelgroup.com) is located in one of Bay Ridge’s residential sections, just a short walk from area dining and shopping and two blocks from the subway. It offers single and double rooms, some with kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs, starting at $75 per night.
Brooklyn is home to many neighborhoods, each with its own personality and charm. Crown Heights is home to the Missing Lantern (missinglantern.com), the Atlantic Motor Inn (atlanticinnbrooklyn.com) and the Best Western Plus Arena Hotel (arenahotelnyc.com).
The Prospect Park South and Flatbush neighborhoods feature the DeKoven Suites (dekovensuites.com), the Seven Days Suites (sevendayssuites.com) and the Strange Dog Inn (strangedoginn.com).
A New York State of Mind
The next time you visit New York City, consider staying in Brooklyn. The area has all of the personality of Manhattan without all of the tourists and the rush. While you’re in Brooklyn, be sure to explore as many neighborhoods as you can to get a true feel for this special place. When you’re ready to make your travel arrangements, be sure to visit Orbitz.com, where you’ll find some of the lowest available rates on Brooklyn hotels, flights and rental cars.
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