aloft New York Brooklyn

Address: 216 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11201, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 216 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, is near New York Transit Museum, Fort Greene, Butter, and Brooklyn Borough Hall Farmers' Market.
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      Reviewed by anekfu

      Great Hotel

      Reviewed Jun 2, 2012
      by (1 review) , Chile Flag of Chile

      I was looking for hotels for almost 9 months before our trip.
      I decided on Aloft Brooklyn because it was cheaper than all of the hotels I saw in Manhattan (considering the advance in reservation).
      When we arrived, they received us in the lobby and explained to us all of the details. We went to our room and it was awesome. The view of DeKalb Market and Long Island University was great.
      The room had a King size bed and was really good.
      I would definitely recommend this hotel, it is excellent, and it is really closed to anywhere. There are 5 different subway stations in the area and the lines that go through them can take you anywhere in NY with no more than 1 exchange per route.
      As far as the neighborhood, it has a lot of discount stores, a big Macy's, Foot Locker, Modell's, and lots of places to eat and indulge yourself with some of the original old school barbershops or beauty saloons.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews aloft New York Brooklyn

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      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... said no problems and it was a good thing because it took about another hour to cover the 7 miles. The GPS kept squawking at us about going to the parkway. Taunting us. She is heartless.

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      Times Square.

      A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Aug 31, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... on Skype with David and Ellie who are currently in the south of France. We then went out for dinner at a nearby Chinese restaurant. Back to the hotel by 8.30pm and then popped into to bed to watch TV. There is a huge street party at Times Square. So much for spending our last night where all the action is.

      Tomorrow we head off early to Penn Station to catch a train to Montreal, Canada.

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      A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 17, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... my mother became interested in learning more about her mother's heritage. My great aunt had researched my grandfather's German heritage all the way back to Germany in the 1700's, but we knew little of my grandmother's Polish roots. My great-grandfather's name was Antoni Porembski. My mother was able to find a ship manifest on with his name spelled correctly. He arrived at Ellis Island on May 7, 1913 when he was 27 years old. He was on the ...

      Puerto-Rican Day

      A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 08, 2014


      ... crowded city feel like an ants nest of scurring people all walking in a line up streets and avenues. We were in search of theatres and theatre tickets but our search was put on hold by a hungry Samuel. So to Shake Shack we went, excited to try this franchise. Then we saw the line, so long and in the direct sun. But Tom was determined, so the back of the line was our place. Fortunately it moved quickly and we ordered our food, only to find the seating ...

      NY Second Day, rain but awesome!

      A travel blog entry by on Apr 15, 2014

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      ... smoothies and organic food. At least here in Manhattan. I can only talk about what I've observed and that was Manhattan mainly, not Harlem or the Bronx or anything.

      But this NY is amazing, it's never quiet, cars are always honking, pedestrians are always ignoring traffic lights, siren are screaming every other minute, people are always talking, running, drinking Starbucks, getting food from the countless (!) street vendors.

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