If you’re looking for a place to stay in Brooklyn, you can’t get much closer to the action than at Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott New York Brooklyn. Situated within walking distance of bustling Prospect Heights, up-and-coming Gowanus, and scenic Park Slope, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott New York Brooklyn offers access to some of Brooklyn’s most exciting neighborhoods.
The fun and funky 12-story hotel has plenty of amenities to enhance your stay in Brooklyn. Guests have 24-hour access to a business center with free Wi-Fi and computer access, a fully-stocked fitness center, and a market for any late-night shopping needs.
One of Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott New York Brooklyn’s more striking features is its roof deck, which offers views of the Manhattan skyline to the north and the waters of the Upper Bay to the west.
Relax and enjoy the view from the rooftop lounge
In the morning, guests enjoy a complimentary breakfast buffet that includes fresh bagels made right here in Brooklyn. (Because what’s a trip to New York without a bagel?)
A fun space for a delicious breakfast buffet
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott New York Brooklyn’s complimentary bicycle rentals allow guests to explore Brooklyn from street level. You can head southeast to Prospect Park and ride the 3.35-mile loop around the perimeter of Brooklyn’s largest green space. Want to go shopping? Stroll along Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, home to a variety boutiques that sell everything from high-end clothes and jewelry to wine and artisanal yogurt.
When hunger sets in, head to Smith Street in Carroll Gardens, home to a variety of restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Or for unparalleled views, go north to Brooklyn Bridge Park, which offers the best views of lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.
In the evening, guests can catch a concert or a game at Barclays Center, situated only a short distance from Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott New York Brooklyn. The visually striking arena is the home turf for NBA team the Brooklyn Nets and also hosts concerts by big-name acts. Or, if you’re more into the arts scene, there’s the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), where you can take in a play, opera, concert or movie, depending on the night. If you’re up for a quirkier night, nearby Gowanus is home to cool venues like the Bell House and littlefield, both of which host live comedy, concerts and storytelling events. Afterwards, grab a drink at many of the late-night bars in Park Slope and Prospect Heights.
After a full day of exploring Brooklyn, it feels good to collapse onto a very soft bed. Rest up… you have a full day ahead.