New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge Hotel

, Brooklyn, United States
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New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge Hotel

Rooms: 376

333 Adams St - Brooklyn - New York - 11201 - United States | 718/246-7000
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An average hotel but the Brooklyn Bridge Looks Great at Night

from FriesGCA
This hotel is located quite close to the Brooklyn Bridge which looks great at night. Subway stations are close by to make transportation into downtown quite easy. The hotel is next to some large construction next door. However, inside it seemed quiet where I stayed. Security is good at night - a guard stands by the elevator doors checking for guests only. The restaurant was good - try the sea bass or the salamon. Accmodations were average but a bit pricey.

Good location

from A TripAdvisor Member
We attended a friend's wedding in Brooklyn and chose this hotel for it's location. It is centrally located for Brooklyn sight-seeing and there's lots of great restaurants nearby. The hotel lobby and our room were beautiful. Wished the pool was a bit larger. Hopefully, that'll be taken care of in the new building. The staff was exceptional, very knowledgeable and helpful. We had a wonderful stay but experienced sticker shock upon check-out. The hotel and location were worth it.

A New Discovery

from Sidonia2
We stayed at the Brooklyn Marriott for 3 weekday nights recently. Our daughter and her family have moved to Park Slope and we wanted to try out the closest hotel. We come to NYC several times a year and have always stayed in Manhattan in the past.
We were very pleased with the service and security in the hotel. Everyone was very accomodating. When we checked into our good sized room (although it was located VERY far from the elevators!), the electronic room safe did not work. The first person who came, from security, could not fix it. He promised to send up an engineer immediately and by the time we returned from a short lunch, it was working perfectly.
The Health Club was well equipped and clean.
We had Elite service and were able to eat complete cold breakfasts in the Concierge lounge the 7th floor. My husband is on a salt free diet and there were lots of fruits and even one type of cereal which was great for him. We only got to the lounge once in the evening; it was also pleasant then. The staff was very accomodating and offered us bottled water to take to our rooms.
The hotel restaurant and bar were nice but not terribly exciting for New York City. On the other hand, a waitress remembered our drink orders from one night to the next which is very unusual for NY!
The room was comfortable and I did not notice anything wrong with the amenities for the average NYC hotel at this price.
The parking was wonderful - at $18 it was less than half the price of many Manhattan hotels and the service was faster than several others I could name.
This is a hotel which hosts many people from various NY communities and it has a very vibrant feel to it.
The surrounding neighborhood is quite interesting. I recommend a short walk to the Brooklyn Heights Palisades; it is an amazing view.
Many different subway lines are very conveniently located to the hotel.
Our son is in the process of moving from Florida to Manhattan but we are planning to continue to stay at the Brooklyn Marriott for most of our future visits to NY.

t save money by staying here

from ChelseaGirl98
I suppose this is typical of New York Hotels, but it seems that even the expensive places don't give you too many amenities. For room rates that exceed $200 a night, you should at least get good bed linens and two-ply toilet paper. The sheets at the Marriott were either a cotton/poly blend or a very low cotton thread count; they were not at all comfortable or soft. Same for the blanket. The toilet paper is that horrible, flimsy stuff you get in a Motel 6. Otherwise, it's nice, but for the same price you can get a room of the same quality in Manhattan, so why go to Brooklyn?

Great hotel; one major problem!

from tanik
I'm giving this hotel four stars because of its sheer quality. It's beautiful - just above the escalators is a painted skyline dome. The fresh flowers at the center were always completely amazing. Rooms were a great size.

However, there was one huge thing - at this hotel, they place a hold on your credit/debit card immediately when you check in - this means that money is no longer available for withdrawal. This is to ensure they get what is due to them. However, they swiped my car twice - they put a double hold on my account, which was more than i had in my account....meaning, I had NO spending money the entire trip.

It was an absolute nightmare - having to wire funds, trying to figure out what the exact problem was.

When it was finally fixed on the last day of my trip (stayed four days), they did give us a $100 discount on our room. For the most part, the service because of this huge problem was decent.

The tub also didn't drain properly, and they gave us another discount - $50. The management always stayed calm and polite during our multiple woes, including a cancelled flight - they found us the airline number and let us use their phone.

This will prompt me to never use my debit card when going to a hotel that places holds....oy vey.

Otherwise - had a great stay. Someone mentioned $12.95 internet access. If you use the TV/Internet option, it is only $10 a day, which is a steal. However, some web sites would freeze, and there is no mouse. You had to do everything by keyboard.

Also the business center prices were decent - everything is about $6 per half hour, this includes unlimited printing, faxing....not bad. Be sure to fill out the survey, and you get 15 minutes of computer usage free.

The gift shop was, of course, expensive...but had some super cute gifts.

Try the Archives Restaurant for the breakfast buffet - it's $18 a person (includes a drink) and features great omelettes and belgian waffles.

I really want to stay there again, despite the problems.

Conveniently located.

from A TripAdvisor Member
The Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is conveniently located next to the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, and the F trains. Nice clean facility. I would have to say the only thing that I didn't like was the 12.95 daily fee for internet in the room.

Great Weekend in Brooklyn

from A TripAdvisor Member
I wanted to thank you for affording my sisters and myself the
opportunity to stay at the Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge April 22-24.
The hotel is absolutely amazing! I was impressed as soon as I stepped
out of the car by the immediate and friendly service, which continued
on into the rest of the hotel. The entry way and lobby are so beautiful
with the cascading marble and high ceilings.

Our guest room was nice and spacious, and best of all, the climate
control was perfect! How often do you hear that??

The hotel was always buzzing with business (weddings, land auctions,
parties), but the staff always reached out to say hello-- especially
the concierge staff. The parking attendants were very busy but
extremely accommodating and efficient. We never waited more than 4
minutes for our car! We also had a nice time in your lounge for drinks
after unpacking.

I took a sneak peak at the many meeting and ball rooms at your hotel.
Most were in use, but I was impressed with the scope and layout of the
property. It would be perfect for so many association meetings and
conventions. I hope they know that!

I didn't realize that the hotel was within walking distance to such a
charming area of Brooklyn. We simply crossed the street and enjoyed a
day of shopping and dining on Montague Street. Our timing was also
perfect to hit a great farmer's market on Saturday. On Sunday, we took
a pleasant walk to the Promenade and spent most of the time craning our
necks to look at the incredible architecture on the waterfront. What a
great walkway to have so close to your hotel. I really enjoyed the
view of NYC!

For all the times I have been in downstate New York, I have not had the
distinct pleasure to be in your part of Brooklyn. It is such a friendly
and familial area. I really had such a great time that I will not
hesitate to come back again as soon as I can.

Please convey my thanks to your hotel staff for making this meeting
planner's stay such a lovely and memorable one!

Great customer service

from oldboy 2
Stayed two nights at the Marriott.
At check out was asked if we had enjoyed our stay.
Said it was a great Hotel, but at no fault to the Hotel, mentioned that the room next door had been a little noisy.
The Hotel insisted that it will reduce ou bill by $100.
Well done.

Superb staff

from A TripAdvisor Member
Free room upgrade. Good hi-speed internet (for a nominal fee), jacuzzi, swimming pool and gym (all for free). Excellent location-- 5 mins from Brooklyn Bridge, 1 min from Subway (including express to Manhattan) and a pleasant stroll from Brooklyn Heights. Near to Junior's the legendary cheesecake but the hotel's restaurant is also pretty good and does a tasty breakfast. It wasn't that cheap ($220 per night) but the staff were really superb--certainly better than any attitude I've ever come across in Manhattan. Heartily recommended.

ve Time to Commute

from IndyAngie0427
Although I travel extensively both for business and for pleasure and have certainly stayed in boutique and commercial hotels -- including other Marriott properties -- that I would easily rate higher, I give the Marriott New York at the Brooklyn Bridge an above average score for it’s comfortable and quiet rooms, array and availability of amenities, and general hospitality to the largely business traveler that comprises their clientele.

Having never stayed anywhere other than Midtown during previous trips to the city, I was initially very put off by the location and surrounding “ambiance” of MNY@BB, which I booked for March 7-10 after having reviewed countless positive comments on Trip Advisor. Sandwiched between the monolithic, uninspired architecture of a technical institute and the monolithic, uninspired (and dingy) architecture of the New York State Supreme Court, it’s obvious that you’re not on Park Avenue anymore, Dorothy. Once inside the glass-fronted, multi-story lobby, however, I felt comforted by the lush greenery of tropical plants and the sunny sky-blue of the trompe l’oeil ceiling high above me as I rode the escalator to the reception area.

I reserved a standard room, but the check-in representative automatically upgraded us to a Junior Suite, owing to our status as Marriott Rewards members. The suite -- which included a small galley area with bar sink, coffee maker, and mini fridge in an alcove adjacent to the bathroom as well as a spacious sitting area with sofa, wingchair, and coffee table, and two queen sized beds – was unheard-of-huge by standards across the East River. A good-sized desk with task lighting provided a great place to dock the laptop and catch up on paperwork.

All of the furnishings appeared to be quite new and were comfortable, for the most part. Feather pillows are standard issue, although housekeeping did provide us (after multiple requests) some rather flat and lower quality foam pillows. A good selection of nice lighting – including the desk light, two side table lamps, and a floor fixture – allowed us to make the room as atmospheric as we wanted. We were impressed by the lack of any type of noise at night – either from the hallway, adjoining rooms, or the street below – which made it easy to get a full night’s sleep.

Although we did not utilize it, the hotel had a great gym, fully equipped with a wide variety of cardio machines, weight machines, free weights, and a good-sized lap pool.

The hotel’s on-site lounge and restaurant both appeared very cozy and served a nice variety of higher-priced food, we opted for the convenience and comfort of room service during our 3-night stay. Our orders were cheerfully taken and delivered in a timely manner…although an item or two was usually missing, causing the porter to have to return to the kitchen. Quality of food was very high, with large portions. Overall, a good value for the price.

Although I prefer to stay on the island, MNY@BB does offer a great alternative for those whose schedules can accommodate a 15-20 minute subway ride (a station is conveniently located just around the corner from the hotel). The location might not be glamorous, but you won’t know the difference from the comfort of your guest room!

Top Local Tips for Brooklyn

Car Service Taxis are hard to find in Brooklyn. Arecibo Car Service is based in Brooklyn and we found them to be prompt (usually there within 5 minutes of call), courteous and competitively priced.

Good Italian with Great View Pete's Downtown has been inexistence for 4 generations; sits across street from River Cafe, which is right on the Eat River under the Brooklyn Bridge. This restaurant has almost the same view, but reasonable prices, good servie, upscale atmosphere and prix fixe menu; great ice cream across the street; Grimaldi's pizza on same block; sit and eat good Italian and watch the Bridge and River. Nice!

Montague St. - Dining close by hotel If you're at the Marriott and want to try different restaurants, go around the back of the Supreme Court building to Montague St. There are various restaurants down there - they're not upscale but they're reasonably priced, reasonable food. I eat at Amin's with a colleague and we had an excellent Indian meal at a very good price. Don't be put off by the gloomy look of Brooklyn Streets - they just seem a lot darker after Manhattan.


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  • Address: 333 Adams St - Brooklyn - New York - 11201 - United States
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