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Brooklyn Hotels

Once a sideline to Manhattan, Brooklyn has spiked in popularity in recent years. And so have its hotels. The same appeal that Brooklyn holds for apartment-dwellers—relatively affordable rents, residential tree-lined streets, a wealth of arts and culture—applies to hotel visitors. Brooklyn hotels, the best of which are boutique properties with edgy flair, are generally lower priced than in Manhattan. Brooklyn is also known for its plethora of cozy B&Bs, often housed in the borough’s handsome brownstones. Plus, Brooklyn is a full-fledged destination in its own right, with sights and parkland that rival Manhattan, from the Brooklyn Museum of Art to Prospect Park. Best of all, Brooklyn is an ideal base for exploring New York City: It’s an easy subway ride away to Manhattan, and also well connected to the other boroughs.



Brooklyn has become a byword for cool, and its top hotels reflect this, from industrial-chic towers that rise over the waterfront to quirky boutique properties where the art, cuisine and cocktails are all locally sourced. Brooklyn’s hotel offerings have dramatically multiplied over the last decade, and now include a broad range, including the big chains like Sheraton and Marriott to the edgy Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg to stately B&Bs on quiet, tree-shaded streets. The big draw of Brooklyn hotels is their affordability—though some Brooklyn real estate is now on par with Manhattan, the hotel room rates are still considerably less expensive. Also, like Manhattan, each Brooklyn neighborhood has its own unique flavor. Downtown Brooklyn features the glossy chain hotels; funky Williamsburg has independent boutique hotels with an arty twist; and leafy, residential Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens are home to elegant brownstone B&Bs. The borough is also booming with restaurants, from old-school Italian to fusion restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs, along with a wealth of unique boutiques that proudly sell Made in Brooklyn clothing and crafts. Brooklyn also has plenty of big sights, from Prospect Park to the BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music). But, though locals may not want to admit it, one of the most popular sights is the stunning view of Manhattan. Plus, the borough is well connected to Manhattan—and the rest of New York City—via dozens of subway and bus lines.

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