William Vale Hotel

All of the 183 modern-luxe rooms at the futuristic hotel in Williamsburg feature a private balcony with sweeping views of the Brooklyn and New York City skylines and floor-to-ceiling windows. The inviting Vale Pool is the longest outdoor hotel pool in New York City at 60 feet in length. The pool isan outdoor, landscaped oasis with lounge chairs and seating areas.

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Boro Hotel

The overall interior design is quite lovely at Boro Hotelsince 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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