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Downtown Brooklyn Hotels

As Brooklyn’s commercial and business hub, Downtown Brooklyn is the borough’s busiest neighborhood, drawing everyone from shoppers to suits. This is also where you’ll find Brooklyn’s highest density—and variety—of hotels, from arty boutique properties to sleek chains. The big appeal to Downtown Brooklyn hotels continues to be the room rates—though rising, they’re still lower than Manhattan. Top choices include the Sheraton Brooklyn, with comfortable rooms and suites (ask for one with an outdoor terrace), and the Hotel Indigo Brooklyn, with local artwork and cozy rooms with hardwood floors. Downtown Brooklyn also has a number of inviting B&Bs. Perhaps best of all, Downtown Brooklyn is the borough’s transport hub, with numerous subways and buses. You’re rarely more than a couple of stops away from Lower Manhattan.



Downtown Brooklyn, with its conveniently central location and excellent transport connections, has long been the borough’s center of business. Over the last decade, many boutique and chain hotels have sprouted, making the neighborhood one of the most popular alternatives to Manhattan as a place to stay. Hotels range from the New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge, with airy rooms and sweeping views of Manhattan, to the stylish Aloft Brooklyn, which captures the quirks of Brooklyn with amenities like a pool table, funky furniture and a cocktail bar. Also popular are the Sheraton Brooklyn, which is topped by the Brooklyn Terrace, a popular rooftop lounge with views of the Statue of Liberty, and the chic, eco-friendly Nu Hotel, with plenty of whimsical touches, like chalkboards in the bathrooms and hammocks in the suites. Downtown Brooklyn is also home to a variety of inviting B&Bs, like the 3B, which is run by a “collective” of artistic locals—musicians, writers, and even a massage therapist. It reflects all the hallmarks of the borough: innovative art, fresh breakfast sourced from farmers markets and affordable rooms, including one with bunk beds. Downtown Brooklyn is packed with amenities, so once you’ve done your Manhattan sightseeing, you can easily spend the rest of your time here—dining, shopping and cocktailing. Also, Downtown Brooklyn is as convenient for out-of-town visitors as it is for Brooklynites. Subway lines to throughout New York City crisscross the neighborhood: Several stop near Borough Hall, including the 2, 3, 4 and 5 at Borough Hall, the N and R at Court Street and the A, C or F at Jay St—MetroTech. Taxis are easy to access along Court and Jay Streets.

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