We had such an amazing stay at the Plaza Hotel from start to finish! The staff is extremely friendly and accommodating and the room was so quiet and comfortable. I would strongly recommend this hotel for couples or families looking for a quiet getaway after long days of walking in the city. Our room was extremely clean and the beds were way bigger than I expected. Also: really good pillows and linens, and free breakfast every morning + coffee downstairs round the clock. Note: there aren't really any restaurants/bars/shopping/trains within 5 or so blocks - but we used Uber to get from the hotel to the train on days when it was too hot to walk and it was only about $6. In fact, we went to a ton of different neighborhoods in Brooklyn and never spent over $10 on an Uber ride.
The Pointe Plaza Hotel is fresh and brand new, strategically located in the heart of Williamsburg. We have 71 beautiful …More
The hotel is surrounded by business (auto repair, Mc Ds etc) however is still in a residential location that after hours goes back to family friendly. Don't let this hotel scare anyone. I grew up here and the neighborhood is peaceful and quiet. The D train is only about a 5 mins walk which takes you to all parts of NYC boroughs. There is no pool/gym, however the room was clean, has a frig, safe etc. Wifi/Breakfast available. Staff was very friendly. I would reserve another room in the future.
Traveller from Lewis Center, Ohio
Discover a treasure in the emerging neighborhood of downtown Brooklyn. Our hotel's proximity to Manhattan makes it an ideal …More
Our vacation centered around events at the Barclay's, so we wanted to stay fairly local to the arena. While the Condor is a bit off the main path, it was the perfect place for us. Our usual trips to New York see us zooming around the city via train only, but we used cabs to get back and forth to the arena. The walk to the train station is not bad at all, and if weather permits, it's a great way to get the day started. The neighborhood is safe and quiet.
The hotel itself is clean and stylish. Our room was on the third floor, and the elevator was quick to arrive and take off (something we've always had a problem with in our Manhattan hotels). The breakfast in the hotel is basic, continental, and free. We were not disappointed at all with its offerings, and really enjoyed this amenity.
The beds are very comfortable, blackout curtains let us sleep in, and the air conditioner was perfect, especially considering how HOT it was outside! The bathtub is deep (a must for us), the tiny kitchen served us well, and I loved using the built in storage. The front desk offers lemonade, infused water, and cookies, which we also took advantage of after arriving after our events — a great late-night treat!
Thanks to the staff for helping us so much! The front desk got us cabs to our events, a cab to the airport, all for fair prices and all questions answered. Thank you for the comfortable stay! We will be back.
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
Standard room with two single beds,balcony,full bath, kitchenette including a mini-refrigerator, microwave, and kitchen sink …More
Basic hotel, clean, no strange smell. Bathroom very small, no safety bar. Next to highway ramp, a bit noisy. 5 minutes to subway station, 30 minutes to Mid-town Manhattan, not great neighborhood, but should be safe. We walked around 8pm, no issue. McDonald is around the corner. Normal breakfast, good to have before heading to the town.
4 to 5 parking spots in front of the hotel, luckily we had one. See some cars parking on the street in front.
Traveller from Toronto, Canada
Welcome to the Comfort Inn of Brooklyn. Hotel is located on 38th Street between 3rd and 4th Ave, 10 minutes from the …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.