LOFT INSPIRED BOUTIQUE BROOKLYN HOTEL
Everything you need is within reach at NU Hotel Brooklyn. Stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi access. Don’t have an iPad? Use one of ours. A ride over the iconic Brooklyn Bridge on a NU bike makes the perfect morning work out. Or, enjoy the 24-hour fitness center, complete with state-of-the-art equipment. When cravings take over, indulge in tapas or a local Brooklyn beer at the Misdemeanor sidewalk café and bar. Whatever the need, the NU Hotel Brooklyn staff is happy to help.
• Complimentary Wi-Fi access in guestrooms and throughout the hotel
• Green design elements: cork flooring, recycled wood furnishings, green bath amenities
• Sonos satellite-music systems
• Full-service minibar
• Complimentary continental breakfast from 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Monday- Friday and 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Saturday – Sunday
• Apple iPads for complimentary use at your convenience
• Misdemeanor (our bar and lounge)
• In-room dining
• 24-hour fitness center, equipped for cardio, Pilates, boxing and yoga
• NU bikes for complimentary loan
• Tour bus parking available
• Guest parking
• Stash Rewards partner hotel
Complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Monday- Friday and 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday in Misdemeanor, our lobby bar and lounge. We provide a healthy selection of breakfast items, including cereals, fruits, boiled eggs, and bagels. Beverages include juices, and array of teas and coffee!
In addition to both wireless and wired Internet access in each guest room, our Brooklyn boutique hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi access in the lobby and Misdemeanor bar and lounge. We also offer our guests complimentary iPad usage. Our business center is open 24-hours a day with complimentary printing.
Our spacious on-site fitness center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via room key access. Fully-equipped with treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes, and free weights, you will also find complimentary towels and chilled water, everything you need for a great workout. Who says you can’t stay in shape while you travel? We also have brand new boxing equipment from NYC’s famous G&S Sporting Goods, yoga mats, body balls and steps! Prefer to work out in your room? Then have a yoga mat brought up to you! We’re happy to accommodate.
NU YOU TUESDAYS AND BIKES!
NU You Tuesdays – a day dedicated to fitness each week – begin early with a 7:00 a.m. 5K Brooklyn Bridge Run*, led by the hotel’s general manager and head fitness guru. The run starts from the hotel lobby and circles at the middle of the Brooklyn Bridge.
The hotel also invites guests to experience the neighborhood by hitting the streets on Brooklyn Cruisers, bicycles made by the eponymous local company. In early September, the hotel introduced five new stylish commuter bicycles available for hotel guests to borrow free of charge. NU Hotel Brooklyn already had three bikes, but that was not enough to satisfy the demand!
Brooklyn is a great place for pets. Many of our suites will accommodate your 4-legged friends for a $100 one-time cleaning fee. Please indicate that you require a pet-friendly guest suite when making your reservation and ask the front desk about all the wonderful places to walk and strut your pooch in Brooklyn.
Guest parking is available at the parking lot adjacent to the hotel for $25.00 dollars plus tax per 24 hour period. Street parking is also available as the hotel is located in a residential neighborhood.
MAP & DIRECTIONS TO NU HOTEL
NU Hotel Brooklyn is located at the center of four great neighborhoods: Boerum Hill, Downtown Brooklyn, Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill. Opened in 2008, NU Hotel Brooklyn, a member of the Independent Collection, was founded on the premise that Brooklyn is a destination in and of itself with a plethora of restaurants, shops, and culture to discover and experience. That is truer today than it was then.
SUBWAY AND TRANSPORTATION TO NU HOTEL
JFK and LaGuardia airports are an easy cab ride to NU Hotel Brooklyn.
So you want to take the subway? We’re close to the F or G line at Bergen St. or the A and C at Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street. Pretend you are a real New Yorker by plugging where you are coming from here for step-by-step directions: