The Williamsburg Hotel

Brooklyn, New York

King Terrace room

King Terrace room

King Terrace room

Queen room

Queen terrace room

Queen terrace room


Queen Terrace room


Williamsburg Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

A TripAdvisor favourite in Brooklyn's coolest neighbourhood, with three bars and a rooftop pool – includes terrace options


Deep in the coolest neighbourhood of New York’s coolest borough lies The Williamsburg Hotel. This trendsetting five-star base is situated near buzzy Bedford Avenue and McCarren and East River State Parks – Brooklyn addresses don’t come much better than this. But it’s not just the location that makes this TripAdvisor favourite so desirable; the hipster hotspot is truly a destination unto itself, thanks to its high-end design by London’s Michaelis Boyd Studio and laid-back vibe.

Views of Manhattan and surrounding Brooklyn deserve the biggest windows a room can hold – like the ones in these designer digs, rising from the floor to the 10-foot ceiling. Urban-inspired fixtures, furnishings and other appointments, meanwhile, were hand-picked by Michaelis Boyd Studio; look forward to marble and brass in your bathroom and Apotheke bathroom amenities.

Oak-floored Queen abodes measure 220 square feet and face south. Queen Terrace rooms have the same total measurements; slightly reduced indoor square footage makes room for your fabulous northern-facing balcony. The same goes for King Terrace rooms, as well, which face the Empire State and Chrysler buildings.


- Shower
- Minibar
- Flatscreen TV
- Wi-Fi
- Apotheke bath amenities


Harvey is open for breakfast during the week (7am-3pm) and brunch on the weekends (7am-4pm), specialising in fresh, seasonal fare and artisan breads. High tea is served over the weekend (Friday - Sunday, 12pm-6pm) and you can grab dinner each day from 6pm.

You’ll have your choice of three drinking destinations – the main hotel bar, which is open daily for expertly mixed cocktails, as well as one on the rooftop and one by the water tower.


A stylish rooftop pool has newly opened at the hotel, bedecked with cool monochrome sun loungers, a cafe and bar.


In the past decade or so, Williamsburg has emerged as a hub for New York’s hipster class, with sleek new bars, fashion-forward clothing shops and numerous music venues having opened up. You’ll be near many of them, including those of Bedford Avenue, as well as Brooklyn Bowl, McCarren Park and multiple subway stations.

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