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Sleep Inn Brooklyn
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Reviewed February 20, 2012

Flat screen HD TV, Industrial location,looks safe but did not feel safe when we walk,
small but clean and nice room,very small lifts,although non smoking there is still smell
outside the room

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with family
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Thank sharkzteeth
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Reviewed January 13, 2012

We've stayed at this property three times and had a totally different experience from the previous reviewer. The hotel is surrounded by warehouses, storage facilities, and light industry. These places tend to be closed on weekends, NOT abandoned. On first impression, the area is a little grim looking, but just a couple of blocks over, it becomes more residential. Just walk toward the subway! The area is a working class Spanish speaking neighborhood. Two blocks over from the hotel there are lots of small stores, restaurants, and businesses. The property is about a 10 minute walk to the R Subway that takes you to Greenwich Village. Our room at this hotel was simple, comfortable, and clean. The rates for this hotel are reasonable for NYC.The
previous reviewer is very negative and he really needs to fork over 200 more bucks and stay in Manhattan with all the other tourists.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank curiousvoyager
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Reviewed December 13, 2011

Stayed at Sleep Inn Brooklyn for 5 nights, with three friends in December 2011. Chosen for the free parking and the price. Given the recent reviews, wasn’t sure what we were getting into. Overall, it was fine – I would only stay there if I wanted to access Park Slope/Prospect Park/lower Manhattan more than anywhere else, and had a car with me, but I can’t complain given the price and our relatively low expectations.

Upon arrival, the room was clean, including the bathroom, which smelled of bleach. Bedspreads were dated, towels were thin (but plentiful), ironing board was broken. Mini fridge, small armoire and a few drawers were adequate for our short stay. Average size for a budget hotel room in New York. I think there were smoking rooms on the floor, as by the end of the trip, I noticed the smell and a staleness had seeped into the room. No evidence of mice or insects were seen during our trip. No problems with other guests, who appeared to be largely foreign tourists in their 20s and 30s.

Front desk staff were courteous, though generally not friendly. Security was lax – I was a bit shocked that, upon asking for another key to our room the next day, it was provided without asking for ID or even names to prove we were the people staying in the room. They also neglected to mention that issuing a new key reset the lock, so no one else’s key would work. The hotel is in an industrial area, but if you walk a block and cross under the expressway, you are in a residential neighbourhood, largely Latino, and fairly poor (saw the weekly food bank line at the church one night – a few dozen people in it). Lots of cheap food options if you like burritos, etc., a grocery store, bodegas and services like barber shops. On the main strip, I had no problem walking from the subway and felt safe at all times of the day and night. It was quiet though well lit on the side streets and by the expressway and some people may feel nervous walking there alone.

The R line is about 6 blocks away, at 45th. It will take you into Manhattan (slowly, as it is a local), to Prospect Park/Park Slope in 10 minutes (where there is lots of food, shopping, bars, and culture/outdoor activities – a more family friendly vibe), or to the 36th street stop where you can catch an express train to lower Manhattan. In total, I’d say it took 30-50 minutes to get to Chinatown/SoHo/LES including walking and waiting if you took the express.

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Canadagrrl
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Reviewed November 6, 2011

There is nothing at all wrong with this hotel. Its a true hidden gem in such a huge City.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank Ray M
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Reviewed October 25, 2011

Motel with parking about a 1 hour subway ride away from midtown Manhattan. Directly to the west of the motel is an industrial area and the Brooklyn docks. To the east and along 4th and 5th avenues are lots of small shops and restaurants; some chains but mostly local hispanic. The elevated Belt Parkway has exits both north and south of the motel, but not close to the intersection. The subway at 45th is a local stop. The express stop (N & D) is at 39th . If you can time the transfer from the local R, you can reduce the trip to downtown to 30 minutes. Rooms are clean but some are in the cellar. The air/heat works by a remote. A starter breakfast is offered but there isn't much seating available. I took the food to my room. Some top floor rooms have views. Wi-fi is available as well as a stand alone computer in the lobby. I only recommend this motel for those with a vehicle who are searching for a place that offers free parking. It's probably also OK for those having family or business in this section of Brooklyn. It has good access to the Verazzano Bridge, and the express trains heading south go straight to Coney Island by Nathan's.

Room Tip: The rooms in the cellar have window, but at sidewalk level. Ask for an upper floor.
Stayed: October 2011, traveled solo
Thank Zoom_Gotti
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