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The distinct culture, deep-rooted history and magnetic energy of Brooklyn make it one of the most beloved and revered destinations in America. Celebrated around the world for its big-city excitement and unique brand of authenticity, this buzzing New York City borough--the city’s most populous--constantly attracts visitors from around the globe, and you’ll find amazing hotels in Brooklyn to fit your travel needs.

 

Things to See in Brooklyn

 

You should have no problem finding things to do in Brooklyn, an iconic destination that has inspired many of the world’s most famous citizens. As soon as you cross the East River on the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, you’ll immediately know you’ve arrived in one of the world’s great cultural epicenters. This National Historic Landmark connects Brooklyn to Manhattan, and has been heralded in film, television and literature for generations. Visit the 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park for great Manhattan skyline views, public art installations, athletic fields and playgrounds for children and adults alike, and even a restored 1920s-era merry-go-round called “Jane’s Carousel.” For local history, see the four-story Brooklyn Historical Society building, where you can peruse archives of photography, newspapers and a large library of research from borough’s past. Other museums and family-friendly places to put on your must-see list include Prospect Park Zoo, New York Transit Museum, Waterfront Museum and Showboat Barge, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and the Coney Island Cyclone historic wooden roller coaster.

Ride an East River Ferry to get off your feet for awhile and see the city from the water. Or, head to Brighton Beach for a day in the sun and the chance to walk along the picturesque boardwalk. Nearby, Russian restaurants and bakeries serve up delicacies you’ll savor to the last bite. More delicious eats can be found on Smith Street, a hotspot for foodies and grumbling stomachs across the city.

 

Coney Island is another beach destination you won’t want to miss; it’s the widest beach in the area and boasts amusement rides and entertainment that will bring smiles to the young and the young at heart. Hear the soaring chorus of voices at the famous Brooklyn Tabernacle. Stroll the rolling hills of Green-Wood Cemetery, where you’ll find monuments and tombstones of a surprising number of famous figures.

 

For a full day of outdoor and cultural activity, head to Prospect Park where the Zoo, Museum of Art and Botanical Gardens all offer great ways to spend a few hours. The Brooklyn Museum is the second largest in New York and features artifacts that stretch from ancient Egyptians to modern day, while the Transit Museum, housed in a 1930’s subway station, has interesting displays all its own.

 

Brooklyn is also a hotspot for new residents of New York City. The neighborhood of Williamsburg has attracted an impressive array of new restaurants ranging from casual to fine dining, and varying in cultural diversity. There are also many bars, lounges and performance venues where you can make unique discoveries to make your visit unforgettable.

 

Find the Best Hotels in Brooklyn

Your choices for Brooklyn Hotels range from rooms between culturally rich and trending neighborhoods to business-friendly establishments that put you close to downtown Manhattan, and many of the area’s central locations for business and government. You can expect around-the-clock amenities and services at many Brooklyn hotels, including 24-hour restaurants and room service, as well as all-day business center access.

 

Where to Stay in Brooklyn

 

Brooklyn Heights, the area’s oldest neighborhood, and downtown Brooklyn are usually preferred locations for business travelers looking to stay near Manhattan. Diverse neighborhoods like Fort Greene offer amazing architecture, reputable cafes, arts, entertainment and cultural experiences that put New York City’s reputation as a cultural melting pot on display.

 

The neighborhoods of Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights both offer boutiques and cafes, while Cobble Hill is worth walking through for the houses and neighborhood buzz alone. Williamsburg is the city’s creative hub, home to some of the best restaurants and most talented live entertainment. The nightlife here needs no introduction and party-goers won’t have to look far to find a cold drink and a bumping bass line.

 

How to Get to Brooklyn

 

The New York City metropolitan area is served by three key airports: John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.  JFK, at just 11 miles distance, is the closest airport to Brooklyn. It offers convenient service to Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Williamsburg and Bushwick via Air Train, with less than an hour of travel time. LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is 16 miles away from central Brooklyn. Taxi or private transportation services are advised to and from LaGuardia, as there is no direct public transportation into Brooklyn. Newark Liberty is 21 miles from Brooklyn, with arrival times usually within an hour using the Air Train, then the Path train or NJ Transit to either Penn Station, the World Trade Center or Manhattan’s 33rd Street. Another option is the Airport Express Bus which goes to subway-connected Manhattan locations like Grand Central Station, Bryant Park and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Brooklyn Bites: 5 Must-Visit Restaurants

If a hot dog from Nathan’s at the world-famous beach location isn’t what you desire, there are plenty of other options for dining in New York’s largest borough.

Guide to Brooklyn's Top Museums

There’s more to Brooklyn than meets the eye. And when it comes to what meets the eye in Brooklyn, the beauty expands beyond bridges, rides, and hot dogs, and into stunning museums that play a vital role in the rich culture that is Brooklyn.

Brooklyn’s Gardens: Finding Nature In The City

Find serenity in the middle of New York City with a visit to one of Brooklyn's beautifully crafted gardens for a taste of tranquility.

Latest Brooklyn Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Brooklyn Hotel
(4.2 / 5) of 26375 reviews
Joe23Joe
By Joe23Joe
I spend a lot of time at this hotel. They are all great people. I have always stayed at a Holiday Inn Express but after meeting these people I chose to stay here and glad I did. It has been over a [More] year that I canceled my stay at the Holiday Inn Express down the road and stayed here and am not sorry I did. The General Manager is awesome. [Less]
My Stay
By Chilled
Excellent staff ,good food great atmosphere. Would recomend to others [Less]
Friendly and attentive saff.
By izzy90
We arrived 30 minutes prior to check in and when I walked into the lobby the desk clerk simply asked for my name and checked us in without hesitation. When we entered the room we realized we forgot [More] my wife's conditioner and the two bottles in the room were not enough. When she spoke with housekeeping she received 3 more bottles. She then went to the front desk to get a toothbrush and toothpaste, again provided without question or hesitation. The room was clean and had no foul odors. The bed was very comfortable. The restaurant however was a different story. My wife and I drove 7 hours to attend the funeral of her brother. I specifically made reservations here so I would not have to travel to find food. We arrived back to the hotel at 9:20 PM after the viewing. As we walked past the front desk we asked if the restaurant was still open and he replied that it was open until 10:00 PM. On the way to the restaurant we passed a young lady who turned out to be the hostess. She returned to the restaurant and informed us they were closing at 9:30 PM and would not serve us, it was 9:25 PM. That added to the stress of an already stressful day. I guess the operating hours are merely a suggestion. I would recommend this hotel but with the caveat you need to find food elsewhere. [Less]
Wonderful olde worlde hotel
By barney25
We split our visit between two hotels in NY, this one and the Crowne Plaza Times Square. We didn't know how far out we'd be from the action at this location but we needn't have worried, it within [More] walking distance of all the attractions, and grand central station is on the doorstep. The hotel has an old grand feel about it, and all the staff were very friendly and helpful. Our room was good, the bathroom was a little cramped and dated but the bed was wonderfully large and comfortable. I think the hotel was closing shortly after our visit for refurbishment so maybe the bathrooms will be updated. We had a room on the 6th floor (one below the top) and we faced onto a busy street but heard minimal noise. I do hope then they refurbish they don't take away the old charm of the place because it really is a little haven in a very busy city. [Less]
Closed for 18 months?!
By MOver 25
The experience at the NYC Barclay was great but we were told upon checkin that the hotel will be closed for 18 months for renovations. [Less]
Great Stay
By DLF2008
Room and Bed were extremely comfortable Room was very cold when first entering, but was easily adjusted [Less]
Great Staff
By Atlantabob
The staff at this hotel can't do enough for you. They do go the extra mile. [Less]
Great location, comfortable bed and friendly staff
By Tweety2216
Was located on W 39th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues so was centrally located and close to Times Square, Madison Square Garden, Empire State Building. Room was a bit small but big enough for 2 [More] people and the bed was comfortable. Staff were very friendly and quick to respond when the heating stopped working, which luckily was only flat batteries. [Less]
Another pleasant stay
By Mizinik
I enjoy staying at the Candlewood, in any city. I travel to NYC 6 times a year, and always stay at this hotel. The rooms are the right size for 1-2 people ... the temperature is self controlled ... [More] the beds/pillows comfortable ... the bathrooms clean. I do like that they have added a key card swipe in the elevator, to promote our safety. I'm not sure why they removed the prices from the food in the cupboard ... I would like to see the item prices returned. [Less]

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