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The Box House Hotel - Brooklyn Hotels

The Box House Hotel

77 Box Street, Brooklyn - Map
4.7 out of 5 (271 reviews)
Condor Hotel - Brooklyn Hotels

Condor Hotel

56 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn - Map
4.2 out of 5 (612 reviews)
Standard room with two single beds,balcony,full bath, kitchenette including a mini-refrigerator, microwave, and kitchen sink …More
Hotel Le Bleu - Brooklyn Hotels

Hotel Le Bleu

370 Fourth Ave, Brooklyn - Map
4.2 out of 5 (571 reviews)
Henry Norman Hotel - Brooklyn Hotels

Henry Norman Hotel

251 North Henry Street, Brooklyn - Map
4.7 out of 5 (59 reviews)
Hotel Le Jolie - Brooklyn Hotels

Hotel Le Jolie

235 Meeker Ave, Brooklyn - Map
4.4 out of 5 (470 reviews)
This New York hotel is in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint/Williamsburg area, within 3 miles of Manhattan and New York's Empire State …More
Hipster's Cove GuestHouse - Brooklyn Hotels

Hipster's Cove GuestHouse

1300 Sterling Place, Brooklyn - Map
NU Hotel Brooklyn - Brooklyn Hotels

NU Hotel Brooklyn

85 Smith St, Brooklyn - Map
4.4 out of 5 (628 reviews)
McCarren Hotel & Pool - Brooklyn Hotels

McCarren Hotel & Pool

160 N 12th St, Brooklyn - Map
4.1 out of 5 (200 reviews)
New York Citys first urban resort hotel located in Williamsburg Brooklyn - Williamsburg Brookyn is the cultural epicenter of …More
Pointe Plaza Hotel - Brooklyn Hotels

Pointe Plaza Hotel

2 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn - Map
4.0 out of 5 (420 reviews)
The Pointe Plaza Hotel is fresh and brand new, strategically located in the heart of Williamsburg. We have 71 beautiful …More
Hotel BPM - Brooklyn New York - Brooklyn Hotels

Hotel BPM - Brooklyn New York

139 33rd street, Brooklyn - Map
3.9 out of 5 (744 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Brooklyn

    You’ll be in good company in Brooklyn. The most populous borough in New York City, Brooklyn is busy and very cool. The Brooklyn Bridge connects it to Manhattan, and Brooklyn boasts the famous Coney Island, the hip town of Williamsburg, and the vibrant colours of the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. Take a look at our Brooklyn hotels and follow the crowd in NYC.

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    Brooklyn began as Breuckelen, a collection of six separate Dutch colonies. In 1664, the English conquered the Dutch and took over Manhattan. And Although the U.S lost “the Battle of Brooklyn” in 1776, New York became an American state in 1783 when the Treaty of Paris was signed. Brooklyn was an independent city until 1898, when it was consolidated with the City of Greater New York. If Brooklyn had stayed independent, it would be the fourth most populous city in the United States.

    Things to do

    Don’t miss Coney Island (“the one and only Coney”), a seaside neighbourhood with all kinds of attractions. Walk along the beachside boardwalk, swim at the beach, check the view from a rollercoaster and feel the thrill of the other carnie rides at Luna Park and Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park (known for the landmark in its name). Wander into the Coney Island Museum, a place that keeps American pop culture alive with circus-style attractions, live magic and a film society.

    If you’re a sightseer, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of Brooklyn’s most famous sights. This 5,989-foot landmark is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the USA.

    Take some time to see Brooklyn’s cultural attractions like the New York Transit Museum, the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts. Then kick back in Prospect Park or Brooklyn Botanic Garden, where you can explore diverse gardens and see colourful plants in bloom.

    Shopping and dining

    Williamsburg is definitely a hip shopping and dining destination. Check out cool vintage shops, gastropubs, not-too-expensive restaurants, dive bars and spots to grab a whiskey or cocktail. Visit the Brooklyn Flea Market, which includes arts, crafts, jewellery and a giant food market called Smorgasburg.

    Getting here

    To get here, book your cheap flights to New York with us. The MTA is the best way to get around Brooklyn, so snap up some of our Brooklyn accommodation and get ready to enjoy the sights: first Brooklyn, then the rest of New York!