3 Hotels to Stay at in Brooklyn

Brooklyn feels worlds away from the heart of The Big Apple. Similar to Manhattan, this eclectic borough boasts its own unique and bustling culture that’s definitely worth exploring — which makes its the perfect place for a staycation! Here, are our top three hotels in Brooklyn that are worth the trip (or the train ride) alone…

1️⃣ The William Vale (@thewilliamvale): This hip, luxury property offers panoramic views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. Each of the 183 rooms features a sleek, minimalist design — and furnished balconies (!) — while common spaces are adorned with trendy, modern artwork. Westlight, the 22nd-floor rooftop bar, is not to be missed, as is the ground-floor Italian eatery, Leuca. On the fourth floor, you’ll find the Vale Pool, where you can soak up the sun, rent a cabana, and enjoy an Aperol Spritz in between laps. If you close your eyes hard enough, you’ll feel like you’re in the Amalfi Coast…

2️⃣ The Hoxton, Williamsburg (@thehoxtonhotel): The trendy, British-born hotel chain marked its US debut with the opening of its Williamsburg outpost. Here, rooms are retro-inspired and equipped with King-size beds, velvet green headboards, a curated collection of books, locally crafted ceramics, and funky patterned bed linens. In the lobby, you’ll find millennial pink-hued velvet armchairs, bookshelves full of knick-knacks and plants, and classic hardwood floors. Out of the three on-site restaurants, our favorite happens to be Summerly, the hip (and stunning) rooftop bar that serves up, well, summertime classics like tropical cocktails, lobster rolls, fish tacos, and more

3️⃣ 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge (@1hotels): Located in the heart of DUMBO, 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is the place to see and be seen. Its chic interiors feature living walls, lots of lush greenery, and a bespoke European-inspired flair. Meanwhile, the guest rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows, lots of wood, and industrial-chic decor. Perhaps the best amenity is the on-site rooftop plunge pool: While it’s not ideal for swimming laps (it’s only three-freet deep), it is the perfect place to sunbathe, spot celebs, and admire the NYC views

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