Brooklyn has become one of the most exciting and diverse boroughs to visit in New York City.
Attractions like the Brooklyn Bridge, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Bridge Park, and the Manhattan skyline draw thousands of visitors to the city every month.
Fortunately, there are incredible and affordable hotels throughout Brooklyn to make your stay as pleasant and enjoyable as possible. Here's our round-up of the best Hotels Brooklyn.
Holiday Inn Brooklyn Downtown
Set in the heart of downtown Brooklyn, this Holiday Inn Brooklyn Downtown is a great location for travelers that want to explore the main attractions of the city.
You can easily access the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Brooklyn Bridge Park from this hotel while enjoying exciting views over the East River and Manhattan skyline.
But if you decide to spend a little time indoors, never fear. There's a fitness center, complimentary breakfast, free wi-fi, and an indoor pool to keep you occupied.
The Holiday Inn Brooklyn Downtown also has its own bar and lounge, as well as a business center for those guests traveling for work. Each room is extremely comfortable, with full air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, and private bathrooms.
Ace Hotel Brooklyn
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The Ace Hotel Brooklyn in downtown Brooklyn is a popular boutique hotel known for its stylish and modern design and quaint wall art.
It's within walking distance of the Brooklyn Bridge, which means guests can expect stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and the East River from their vantage point on the rooftop bar.
There's a lounge, a fitness center, and free wi-fi so that you can stay in touch on vacation.
The wine bar, known as The Lounge, offers an intimate and stylish setting to end your evening with a glass of fine wine or champagne.
The in-house restaurant, As You Are, serves up culinary delights reflective of the borough and has the feeling of an intimate neighborhood spot where you can put your feet up.
Night owls can also relax and enjoy a drink at The Lobby, the hotel's late-night bar.
Hotel Le Jolie
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Hotel Le Jolie is one of the most charming hotels in Brooklyn, with colorful decor and smart finishes throughout.
It's close to all of the popular attractions and within walking distance of the subway, which makes it easy to explore other parts of the city.
Every room comes with free breakfast, free wi-fi, and a coffee machine to get your caffeine fix.
The hotel describes their accommodation as "European-style," which is code for "small," but the bright wallpaper, comfy beds, and friendly atmosphere means that it never feels cramped.
Henry Norman Hotel
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The Henry Norman Hotel is a luxurious hotel in Greenpoint near Brooklyn Heights.
Once a 19th-century textile warehouse and artist's lofts, this eclectic space offers stunning views over the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the bustling New York film district.
Guests stay in one of fifty loft-style, generously sized rooms decorated with vintage furnishings, found objects, and bespoke works by local Brooklyn artists.
There are outdoor terraces to enjoy and a cozy indoor living room space on the ground floor to kick back and relax. It's a must for trendy travelers that want a taste of the laid-back Brooklyn life.
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The Brooklyn hotel, set in a redbrick building, is a mere 4-minute walk from the Nostrand Avenue subway station, a mile from the Brooklyn Museum, and 4 miles from the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
There's free wi-fi and free breakfast for guests, although parking comes at an extra cost. The spacious rooms include a small lounge area equipped with a 55-inch TV and a desk with an ergonomic chair.
The rooms take their inspiration from downtown Brooklyn - the walls depict poems about Prospect Park and images of the Brooklyn Bridge. There's no in-house restaurant, but you can dine at any one of the nearby restaurants.
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Hotel Le Bleu is a luxury hotel that offers a unique and stylish experience for its guests. With its indoor pool and rooftop lounge, guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skyline.
Our favorite rooms are the Signature Collection suites that offer plush king-size orthopedic beds and a terrace-for-two that overlooks the Statue of Liberty from their fifth-floor vantage point. As the hotel motto says, you'll want to reserve, relax and repeat.
Best Hotels Brooklyn
Brooklyn has so much to offer, whether you are a budget traveler or looking for luxury.
The hotels we've covered have taken inspiration from their surroundings, local artists, and local chefs to ensure that your stay is memorable and representative of the beautiful borough of Brooklyn and New York City.