The Hoxton, Williamsburg
97 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Blink and you might miss another hot new hotel opening. And you won’t want to miss this one. This first North American outpost of the wildly popular, European based hotel brand, Hoxton, is now home in Brooklyn. Williamsburg, the ultimate NYC borough of cool, and its burgeoning hotel scene just welcomed another well designed spot with the Hoxton. We've had our eye on this hotel since January, not-so-patiently waiting for its opening and the glorious day is finally here.
Why Williamsburg? According to Hoxton, its “A real mixing pot of culture, there’s all sorts in Williamsburg, from record stores to indie boutiques, great food, buzzing bars, and a cool crowd to match. It’s still a little raw round its edges but there’s plenty of green spaces to spread out in, rooftops to drink on, street food to discover, and stores to ponder. Ask the best artists, musicians and chefs where they live in New York and chances are they’ll say Williamsburg.”
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Housed in the former Rosenwach factory, the maker of those iconic wooden water towers across the NYC skyline, Hoxton has brought their thoughtfully fun touches to America with free daily breakfast to-go bags, free wifi and late check-out at $10/hour. All aspects of the hotel are designed for the travel savvy, guest on the go.
Choose one of the 175 ‘cosy’ or ‘roomy’ guest rooms, all of which come complete with a walk-in shower, king bed outfitted in Dusen Dusen linens and thoughtful design details like brass fixtures, marble counters, concrete ceilings and local ceramics for the perfectly curated and textured experience.
Find your space in the city across the Hoxton’s two restaurants (one of them the brand’s inaugural rooftop restaurant and bar, Summerly), terrace and courtyard. Meetings and events will be held in The Apartment including the brand’s own curated event series. Stay tuned…
The best part? $89 early-bird rooms if you book by Saturday, August 18th. Hurry hurry, Brooklyn is calling.
Brooklyn bound? Be sure to take The Brooklyn City Guide: 28 Spots to Stay, Dine & Experience with you.