Top 5 hotels where to stay near the Music Hall of Williamsburg

As always, the best places where you can stay near the Music Hall of Williamsburg. On 17th of May, the concert of Andy Shauf is held there. Check out this places and places where you can eat as well in our previous article.

Hotels near the Music Hall of Williamsburg

  1. Pod Hotel
    Pod Hotel it’s a new generation of budget hotels. They took out the excessive and unnecessary. It is all about surprising details, smart design and being connected on a budget. The hotel was created for savvy travelers like you. People who want to seek and explore. Wander and become part of the city. They created programs to show you around town and get you access to special events. At The Pod Hotels (one of the best in New York), they understand that travel is a right, not a luxury. They will show you how to experience it all without spending it all on your hotel room.
  2. The Williamsburg Hotel
    The Williamsburg Hotel is eight stories and 150 rooms encased in brick, glass, and Corten steel. Designed by London-based design firm Michaelis Boyd Studio (Babington House UK, Soho House Berlin), the double-height ceilings, natural finishes and eclectic style invite you to stay awhile. After seeing the sights, put down your bags, put up your feet, and get a whole new view. Stylish guest rooms frame up the city that never sleeps through floor-to-ceiling windows. Nestle into your stylish little hideaway and enjoy epic 10-foot window views of Manhattan or Brooklyn. Many rooms offer a private balcony. Bathrooms feature classic marble and brass by Waterworks, plus pocket-worthy toiletries by Apotheke, handmade in the heart of Brooklyn. Williamsburg is packed with places to be, including a few attractions of our own, like our restaurant Harvey, rooftop pool, and three distinct bars.
  3. McCarren Hotel & Pool
    Located in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s most vibrant neighborhood, McCarren Hotel & Pool is an exciting urban retreat featuring modern rooms, luxury amenities including Frette linens and marble baths, a lively rooftop bar with breathtaking views of Manhattan and one of New York City’s largest outdoor swimming pools.
    This hotel features:
    64 smoke-free guestrooms with views of the McCarren Park or hotel pool. Premium location; within walking distance of local restaurants and popular attractions including Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Winery, Williamsburg Bridge, vintage shopping and stunning galleries. One of New York’s largest outdoor pools offering reserved seating and poolside service. (Seasonal)Oleanders Restaurant & Bar. Stunning views of the Manhattan city skyline from our rooftop bar featuring a selection of handcrafted cocktails and local spirits. Complimentary wireless Internet throughout the hotel. Unique spaces for hosting productive meetings, intimate weddings or spectacular social events.
  4. The William Vale
    The William Vale – Brooklyn’s Newest Full Service Hotel. Multi-use space is designed to connect local friends and neighbors from afar. A public park, sprawling plaza, and the variety of adult- and child-friendly programs set the stage for engagement and unexpected encounters. At 60 feet, Vale Pool is the longest hotel pool in Brooklyn and greater New York City. Directly adjacent to the pool is Vale Terrace, a 5,000 sq. ft. immaculately landscaped open-air venue for events and celebrations. On-site parking offerings are available 24/7, for your convenience. Valet parking and EV charging are available. A monumental piece of art from Brooklyn-based artist Marela Zacarias decorates our lobby, with additional local artists featured throughout the hotel.
  5. Wythe Hotel
    Wythe Hotel started as a factory on the Williamsburg waterfront. .The building was constructed in 1901 and has been converted into a 70-room hotel. Now it offers a lot of completely furnished and comfortable rooms for travelers and visitors to New York City. Enjoy perfect views, high-quality service, friendly staff and just nice being in this hotel. The best of what Brooklyn has to offer in a modern high-end hotel. Their farm-to-table restaurant downstairs is delicious and never boring. The real jewel of this establishment is The Ides, which is the bar located on the rooftop. There is no other view like it, and it definitely is something worth seeing.


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