Boro Hotel

The overall interior design is quite lovely at Boro Hotel,
since it incorporates the building’s concrete and
cinderblock materials without feeling overly industrial.

The lobby has a fire pit, communal seating, and a cafe bar.
There is also a rooftop lounge. Some rooms have views over Manhattan

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Paper Factory Hotel

Adjacent to the Kaufman Arts District, the industrial-chic
Paper Factory Hotel is in a former paper factory,
and within a 2-minute walk to the subway.

Modern rooms with 12-foot ceilings and large windows
feature wood or polished concrete floors, contemporary art,
flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Upgraded rooms add complimentary continental breakfast and/or kitchenettes.

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Mc Carren Hotel & Pool

With wide views over McCarren Park, the glass-walled Mc Carren Hotel & Pool
in trendy Williamsburg has an industrial-chic look.
It is 7 blocks from the Music Hall of Williamsburg,
7 blocks from a subway (1 stop to Manhattan) and
9 blocks from East River ferries (3 stops to Wall Street or Midtown).

Decorated in a spare loft-like style, rooms have minibars, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.

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NU Hotel

Few Brooklyn hotels can boast the same spirit and moxie of NU Hotel,
downtown Brooklyn’s original boutique hotel

Airy, loft-style rooms have free WiFi, desks, minibars,
42-inch TVs and cork floors; suites add sitting areas,
coffee tables and music systems. Some suites come
with bunk beds, murals painted by local artists and lounging hammocks.

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Hotel Le Bleu

Draped in vibrant blue hues, which convey a sense of muted warmth,
the Hotel Le Bleu’s sense of style is unmistakable.

Modern rooms have free WiFi, 42-inch flat-screen TVs with free movies, iPhone docks,
BOSE surround sound systems, minifridges, coffeemakers,
and stylish bathrooms with glass-enclosed showers and rainfall showerheads.
Some rooms have balconies with city views across the river.

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Box House Hotel

Taking an industrial-chic cue from the factory streetscapes of North Greenpoint,
Box House Hotel offers a series of stylish lofts and suites
behind a low-slung yellow-and-glass brick facade.

Uniquely furnished rooms sleep 4-6 people; some have private terraces
and 2 have NYC skyline views. All offer kitchens, 42-inch LCD TVs,
free WiFi, hardwood floors, antiques and original art.

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Ravel Hotel

A mile from the Museum of Modern Art’s satellite museum, PS1, Ravel Hotel
overlooks the East River and Roosevelt Island.

Stylish rooms have WiFi (surcharge), flat-screen TVs and minibars,
plus pillow-top mattresses, 400-thread-count sheets and
ultra-modern bathrooms with glass-enclosed showers and
rain shower heads; suites add soaking tubs and sitting areas.
Some suites also come with balconies.

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