The Box House was a great place to stay for our purposes but if you are planning to explore Manhattan, you need to know that this place is in the middle of nowhere. Either subway line you can access are a 15-minute walk and it is about a 10 minute walk from coffee/rest is etc.
That said, the hotel recognizes this and offers a car service as well as a restaurant and bar in the lobby.
The rooms are unique and very comfortable. We did run out of hot water one morning but it wasn't an issue other days. Beds were comfortable, staff were friendly and the price was right!
Had a good time. Room and bathroom very clean. But hallways are not sound proof. While sleeping at night I could hear everyone that walked by and their complete conversations with each other. Breakfast was good but only coffee or hot tea. No water and they have juice dispenser for apple or orange juice but empty. When I asked the staff for juice the reply was,"I can't remember the time we had juice." so went to vending machines and they were broken
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the hotel staff was very friendly and helpful with finding various locations to visit within the area. The room was very well kept and clean. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone staying in the area and looking for a comfortable place to stay at a reasonable price.
"Nice hotel close to restaurants shopping and trans"
Went there for a overnighter to attend a business meeting hotel was close to transportation shopping and restaurants the room was clean bed was very comfortable there is construction going on but it was not noisey so i had a good rest. Its a very nice hotel i would return again if the price is right
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.