The room was very spacious and comfortable. TV reception was poor and there is no bar facility in the hotel if you are looking to sit I the garden with a drink. The staff was very friendly and helpful!
Standard room with two single beds,balcony,full bath, kitchenette including a mini-refrigerator, microwave, and kitchen sink …More
Needed to book a hotel quick (literally one day before) for an over night stay. The hotel is not in the best area (bed-stuy is where Jay Z is from) and is a few blocks from the subway but this is Brooklyn not Manhattan so what can I expect right? Hotel was very nice actually. Really really clean, cool faux hardwood floors very modern feel. Room was pretty comfortable for two people at most. Staff was not helpful at all. I was constantly calling the front desk for missing amenities and was told someone would be right up etc. No one ever came and I had to actually go down to the front desk myself to get what I needed. The day of check out the girl working the front desk was so miserable and pretty much kicked us out of our room. Sorry you hate your life. Anyways I might stay here again if I need a quick, overnight stay in Brooklyn otherwise Ill stick to Manhattan.
Bus stop and subway was within 2 blocks away. Hotel is close to shopping as well. Hotel staff was very personable, friendly, and were willing to answer any questions . My daughter will be attending CUNY Brooklyn College this fall. We will be staying at your hotel when we visit.
We selected Le Jolie primarily based on location and price. We had stayed at another hotel in Williamsburg in October and the room price had almost doubled in the summer. From the moment we arrived, the staff was efficient, cordial and responsive. We received information about the complimentary breakfast, plus coffee and tea available 24 hrs. Our room was comfortably cool when we entered, well appointed, attractive, and impeccably clean and included a small refrigerator and jewelry safe. Shortly after our arrival, we received a call from the front desk inquiring if all met our satisfaction. There were ample electrical outlets, complimentary WiFi, etc....It is one of the best properties we have experienced including others in a much higher price range. Additionally, it was very convenient to the L subway into Manhattan. I would recommend this hotel to anyone regardless of the reason for travel. Don't be concerned about the location overlooking the BQ expressway, #278. Our room facing Meeker and the expressway was very quiet, well insulated by double windows with several inches airspace.We were attending our daughter's wedding. Finally,we encountered other guests who were repeat customers and we will be the next time we visit BK!
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This New York hotel is in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint/Williamsburg area, within 3 miles of Manhattan and New York's Empire State …More
A tremendous hidden gem. The rooms are beautiful and the sq feet per dollar is a fantastic deal. Quick subway trip to Grand Central and easy access to Williamsburg. The walk across the bridge to Long Island City affords an incredible view of the Manhattan. Shuttle service is available ( only complaint is they need another car, wait times were abut annoying). The neighbourhood is not touristy so if that's your thing, keep looking but if you love an authentic experience while travelling this is it. Fell in love with Brooklyn. Truly great hotel.
First off the house is beautiful with a lot of history on a quiet safe street. You wouldn't believe how close you really are to everything. Public transport a short walk away the A train will quickly wizz you through to Midtown. My room was spacious unlike shoe boxes you would pay a crazy amount to stay in, in Manhattan.
I want to specifically highlight how much of a star Debbie is. She was so helpful and friendly! You can tell she is a busy women but she was so easy to contact and I saw her often. I've seen a couple of sour reviews and I really don't understand because I had a great experience and there was even a couple who were there for a second stay. This place deserves all its good reviews!
I'm 100 percent suggesting this place to anyone I know visiting NY. Ohh and the Jazz night was so good!
It's a nice modern hotel. If you're only in New York to visit Manhattan Island then it's a bit of a hike. It's about a 10 minute walk to the subway station and an approx 30 minute ride on the subway to Manhattan.
Discover a treasure in the emerging neighborhood of downtown Brooklyn. Our hotel's proximity to Manhattan makes it an ideal …More
The landmark Brooklyn Bridge links Manhattan with the city’s most populous borough. Waterfront Brooklyn Heights offers superb views of Lower Manhattan. Renowned for its brownstones and leafy neighborhoods, Brooklyn embodies America’s “melting pot.” Italian, Mexican, Chinese, and Jewish communities add to the cultural mix. Highlights include Coney Island, Prospect Park, and Brooklyn Museum of Art.