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
"Great spot to stay - go exploring to eat / drink"
The hotel itself is very clean and the staff are very polite. It's in a good spot within walking distance to many restaurants, shops, the Brooklyn Brewery, etc. You'll see some New York "graffiti" nearby which is actually street art and it's in a pretty safe neighborhood.
My primary complaint with the hotel is that the staff, while mostly friendly, seem like they were transported there in a sealed plastic bag. I asked for recommendations by phone two days before my visit and got a list of NYC attractions e-mailed to me, which looked like a copy/paste from Google. Upon arrival, only one staff member was able to recommend a restaurant nearby - the others went to Google to find one. I can do that! I wanted a *local* recommendation! The main level lobby bar is underwhelming. I think they had a grand total of one cider and one beer stocked and all the red wine was "chilled" - not our thing. When I asked for a mojito and got one with cucumbers in it, I asked for another without and the pool bartender gave me a look of astonishment... but did remake the drink. Upon arriving at the rooftop bar at 10:55 at night, and with a reasonably good number of people there, the only bartender informed me that the rooftop area was closing/no longer serving. On my way out, I commented on this to the front desk who told me that, no, the rooftop operates until at least 11:45.
Better off going to one of the other places in the neighborhood to drink. There are at least 20 in a 3 minute walk
Traveller from Chicago
New York Citys first urban resort hotel located in Williamsburg Brooklyn - Williamsburg Brookyn is the cultural epicenter of …More
Excellent hotel. Very helpful, courteous, and attentive staff. Absence of parking is a major problem, ameliorated somewhat by hotel shuttles provided upon request to and from subway stops within a mile or two. Location in somewhat run down light industry and warehouse area makes venturing outside very unappealing. even though near to more residential areas and relatively short subway ride into Manhatttan..
I spent two nights at Comfort Inn in July 2015. The staff there was friendly and courteous, and the checking in and out experience is quick and efficient. The hotel is very new, rooms are comfortable and at very reasonable rates. The stay at the hotel itself was pleasurable, but the neighborhood where it is located is not the nicest part of Brooklyn. If you don't mind walking down a couple of blocks that look almost like a third world zone (trash on streets, broken sidewalks, deserted warehouses, abandoned ruins, etc) then you will be fine.
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.
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.
The experience was pleasant. I would recommend as the hotel was decorated well and the staff was nice. Our room was clean and everything was provided as expected. Available and free parking was a plus. Breakfast was also included.
Traveller from Washington, DC
Historic Brooklyn New York is home to everyone from everywhere and the brand new La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn. Brooklyn's …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.