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New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This was our second stay at the Brooklyn Marriott . We returned because we had an enjoyable stay on the last ocassion. However , this time our stay was not enjoyable. We had a late check in which the hotel was aware of because we did email them in advance . When we got there they could not find us a room and tried to give us something else which we did not book. It took a while to finally find us one then the front desk clerk said to us we have upgraded you which was not the case. The refrigerator and bathroom were dirty but was cleaned the following day. Also one of the bath towels had someone else’s hair in it. Not an enjoyable stay this time around!!

Love the location of the hotel and most importantly the cleanliness, staff was amazing even helped us get a taxi to the airport as we were checking out.

cons: no room service. Thank goodness for uber eats. No mini bar in room, no bottles of water. I never felt so dehydrated in my life. House keepers didn’t refill the Kleenex or do a good job cleaning the bathroom. Also I left my iPhone charger plugged in the night stand after checking out. Went back to get it and it wasn’t there and the house keeper was inside, claimed she didn’t see it. Pros: really close to shopping mall and within walking distance to the Brooklyn bridge. Hotel was able to get me checked in my room early and also gave me a late checkout of 1pm free of charge. Beds were comfortable. The tv had Netflix! Hotel looks nice and up to date.

The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge was just as awesome as all of the Marriotts I love too stay at!

I paid a lot extra for the view. It was a waste of Money. I informed front desk immediately. They did nothing. Hotel view was awful. Not close to the Brooklyn Bridge which is also misleading. Concierge not available at all when I arrived during the day. The people at the door talked to each other and ignored my party. I would NEVER stay at a Marriott again. I didn't get what I paid for.

Very nice neat and clean....staff was friendly and helpful

Impressed with this Marriot! Fabulous gym! Good central location

Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful with directions getting around the city. I would definitely stay at this hotel again when visiting New York

No time. This is annoying. I am volunteering to write a review and if I don't want to elaborate, I should have the option. You need to fix this.

After many happy stays over more than six years, I returned to discover that it's been completely repurposed. Gone are almost all guest services. NO room service. NO restaurant. NO bar food to speak of. Not so much as a bottle of water in the room. WiFi is ridiculously expensive (I just used my iPhone's hotspot). Everything now is self-serve and help-yourself. The Pantry offers breakfast sandwiches from a warmer and some cut up fruit and yogurt—unless they've run out. And of course you pay through the nose for the privilege of helping yourself. The M Lounge sounded promising—until I tried it (for an additional $40!). Barebones, uncomfortable seating. The buffet consisted of scrambled eggs and bacon and some pastries. Poorly curated: obviously not enough staff to keep up with busing, replenishing food, keeping counters and floors cleaned off. The bar keeps very narrow hours. I came downstairs at 4pm on Sunday afternoon before going out for dinner. I wanted a glass of wine and to sit and read. Oops. The bar doesn't open until 4:30. In the meantime, the staff is all there, standing around awkwardly, looking at their watches. All the personnel are very nice and clearly want to be helpful, but what's to help? No room amenities, no breakfast in your room. Ugh. I may as well have stayed in a motel, probably for less than $300+/night. I feel so disappointed.

stayed here to visit our family in brooklyn. was very convenient and lovely.

I was super impressed with the set up,of the room locations....no long hallways....so each room had privacy and quiet. The room was extremely comfortable and very clean, staff was extremely helpful. I would absolutely recommend this hotel and stay there again when in Brookkyn.

Hotel was clean staff was courteous and location was perfect

The hotel was nice but has issues during renovations. The restaurant/bar is in a distant banquet room where you can get bad coffee to go. No Startbuck's or anything similar. I was lucky my client scheduled our lunch meeting elsewhere.

We had very nice time at this great Marriott with ex service

I took my family to Newyork for a family shopping trip. We paid over 250.00 per night and didn't receive a fancy room. For that amount of money I feel the accommodations could have been nicer!! I would stay again but for a lesser amount

We went to Brooklyn to visit my uncle for the holidays. We were nicely surprised by the friendly, helpful and professional staff with whom we interacted. Hotel was beautifully decorated and clean, though there were signs 'to excuse their appearance because of improvements being done.' The hotel was conveniently closely located to the subway so getting about by train was easy. I definitely recommend this hotel.

The hotel was super clean, staff was so friendly and professional, we had early check in and late check out with no extra charge at all, the warm pool was great and kids loved it. The only thing, it would be nice if the breakfast was included; but still it wasn't big deal. There are plenty of breakfast places around with decent fee. Overall I recommended totally.

Great location, good service, room size is great. We didn't have a nice view, and the air conditioning wasn't good.

The hotel is nice, the rooms are big but we think it's a little overpriced for Brooklyn. We go the NYC quite often and usually stay downtown. We booked that hotel to be close to our friends and it was nice but we paid more than we curently so when we go to the city.

333 Adams St Brooklyn NY

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Brooklyn Academy of Music and Brooklyn Bridge
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in Downtown Brooklyn, New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Brooklyn Academy of Music and Brooklyn Bridge. This 4-star hotel has 665 guestrooms and offers a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. New York University and Ellis Island are also near this Brooklyn hotel.


Dining

Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including The Bar, which specializes in American cuisine. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is served for a fee each morning.


Rooms

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge's 665 rooms are air-conditioned and provide iPod docks, minibars, and coffee makers. 32-inch Smart TVs come with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Other amenities include free newspapers, video-game consoles, and safes.


Property features

Guests of New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. Valet parking is available for USD 40.00 per day. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a spa tub, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Executive Room

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed, View (Skyline)

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Suite, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

Everyone (9) Couples (30) Business (10) Family (27) Other (6) Friends (5)
3
Everyone

This was our second stay at the Brooklyn Marriott . We returned because we had an enjoyable stay on the last ocassion. However , this time our stay was not enjoyable. We had a late check in which the hotel was aware of because we did email them in advance . When we got there they could not find us a room and tried to give us something else which we did not book. It took a while to finally find us one then the front desk clerk said to us we have upgraded you which was not the case. The refrigerator and bathroom were dirty but was cleaned the following day. Also one of the bath towels had someone else’s hair in it. Not an enjoyable stay this time around!!

By , from pittsburgh on Feb 12, 2018

5

excellent hotel

Everyone

Love the location of the hotel and most importantly the cleanliness, staff was amazing even helped us get a taxi to the airport as we were checking out.

By on Feb 5, 2018

3

not what i was expecting for a marriott

Everyone

cons: no room service. Thank goodness for uber eats. No mini bar in room, no bottles of water. I never felt so dehydrated in my life. House keepers didn’t refill the Kleenex or do a good job cleaning the bathroom. Also I left my iPhone charger plugged in the night stand after checking out. Went back to get it and it wasn’t there and the house keeper was inside, claimed she didn’t see it. Pros: really close to shopping mall and within walking distance to the Brooklyn bridge. Hotel was able to get me checked in my room early and also gave me a late checkout of 1pm free of charge. Beds were comfortable. The tv had Netflix! Hotel looks nice and up to date.

By , from toledo, ohio on Jan 24, 2018

5

weekend trip to nyc

Everyone

The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge was just as awesome as all of the Marriotts I love too stay at!

By , from Tampa on Aug 22, 2017

2

misleading! did not meet expectations!

Everyone

I paid a lot extra for the view. It was a waste of Money. I informed front desk immediately. They did nothing. Hotel view was awful. Not close to the Brooklyn Bridge which is also misleading. Concierge not available at all when I arrived during the day. The people at the door talked to each other and ignored my party. I would NEVER stay at a Marriott again. I didn't get what I paid for.

By , from W Fort Lauderdale on Dec 28, 2016

4
Everyone

Very nice neat and clean....staff was friendly and helpful

By on Dec 19, 2016

4

birthday trip to brooklyn

Everyone

Impressed with this Marriot! Fabulous gym! Good central location

By , from Marin County on Nov 12, 2016

5
Everyone

Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful with directions getting around the city. I would definitely stay at this hotel again when visiting New York

By on Oct 11, 2016

5
Everyone

No time. This is annoying. I am volunteering to write a review and if I don't want to elaborate, I should have the option. You need to fix this.

By on Jul 13, 2016

1

ugh. this is a motel, not a hotel.

Singles

After many happy stays over more than six years, I returned to discover that it's been completely repurposed. Gone are almost all guest services. NO room service. NO restaurant. NO bar food to speak of. Not so much as a bottle of water in the room. WiFi is ridiculously expensive (I just used my iPhone's hotspot). Everything now is self-serve and help-yourself. The Pantry offers breakfast sandwiches from a warmer and some cut up fruit and yogurt—unless they've run out. And of course you pay through the nose for the privilege of helping yourself. The M Lounge sounded promising—until I tried it (for an additional $40!). Barebones, uncomfortable seating. The buffet consisted of scrambled eggs and bacon and some pastries. Poorly curated: obviously not enough staff to keep up with busing, replenishing food, keeping counters and floors cleaned off. The bar keeps very narrow hours. I came downstairs at 4pm on Sunday afternoon before going out for dinner. I wanted a glass of wine and to sit and read. Oops. The bar doesn't open until 4:30. In the meantime, the staff is all there, standing around awkwardly, looking at their watches. All the personnel are very nice and clearly want to be helpful, but what's to help? No room amenities, no breakfast in your room. Ugh. I may as well have stayed in a motel, probably for less than $300+/night. I feel so disappointed.

By on Nov 4, 2015