Ready to visit New York and look beyond the usual Manhattan accommodations? Spend the night in one of Brooklyn’s boutique hotels. Emanating character and featuring industrial architectural elements, these smaller hotels offer you a balance between personality and upscale amenities. These chic spots are closer to Manhattan than you think, they are also closer to all the main restaurants, bars and attractions that Brooklyn has to offer. Discover here four of the best boutique hotels that Brooklyn has to offer and start planning your next trip.


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The Wythe Hotel

This hotel is considered Brooklyn’s first designer hotel, this waterfront spot is in Williamsburg, a formerly barrel-and-cask factory—features 70 impeccably styled rooms with floor-to-ceiling industrial windows and walls that are decked in local artworks. This space was renovated in 2012 and preserved a lot of the original architecture. It costs 295$/per night.

McCarren Hotel and Pool

Can you imagine be at an outdoor pool in the New York amenities? Guess what, McCarren Hotel and Pool can offer you that. This hotel has 64 guest rooms and suites and they are outfitted with Frette linens and rain showers. The 140 m² penthouse has two private patios, living and dining area and a cosy bathroom with a soaking tub. This hotel is currently being renovated and is set to be complete in June. It costs 295$/per night.



The William Vale

This hotel is set in a building that was previously designed by the Brooklyn architecture firm Albo Liberis, they combined retail, dining and public spaces. It has 183 pet friendly rooms and have also sweeping skyline views. It costs 449$/per night.

The Box House Hotel

The Box House Hotel captures the industrial vibes of the Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighbourhood. This hotel has 130 guest rooms and loft suites and it is set in a converted factory. The loft suites are complete, they come with living areas and kitchenettes and all the rooms are decorated with antique furnishings and local art.

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