Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
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Housed in a renovated warehouse between the Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights districts of Brooklyn and named accordingly, this is a great value pick for your stay in New York.
The style here is simple and stylish with plenty of exposed brick walls, contemporary artwork and designer light fittings. It's worth noting that noise can be a bit of an issue here, with train tracks running close to the hotel and a fair bit of traffic outside so we'd recommend requesting a room on a higher floor and to the back of the building.
The staff here are lovely and will go out of their way to ensure you have a good stay and, whilst the area around the hotel is a little edgy, there's a subway a few minutes' walk away that will whisk you downtown in less than 30-minutes.
There is currently no food or drink served at the hotel but rooms come with a microwave and fridge.
The 34 rooms are spacious enough with high ceilings and good, comfy beds and bathrooms boasting lovely rain showers and luxe smellies.
The hotel is located between the Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights districts of Brooklyn. The location here is most definitely 'up and coming' as an estate agent would say – with most of the immediate neighbours on Atlantic Avenue still undeveloped warehouses or car repair shops. Behind this there are some friendly and interesting residential areas, with rows of classic townhouses – home to large Caribbean and Jewish communities.
There aren’t a huge number of restaurants and cafes close by, but you are well connected here and the buzzing Williamsburg district is 10-minutes away by car. Brooklyn Children's Museum, Brooklyn Museum and the Barclays Centre are all within 2km of the hotel. There is a small gym at the hotel for guests to use.