The hotel itself was ok. The rooms were small but clean & staff was helpful, but not overly friendly. Free breakfast was a bonus but its just your usual continental breakfast of bagels, cereal, etc... nothing fancy. The parking lot was very small with very tight spaces but there is some parking on the street in front of the hotel. Now on to the negatives: there were traps in the parking lot of the hotel - don't know if they have a problem with mice or roaches but it was a little offputting. Also you have to worry about a hotel that has signs posted to "park at your own risk", gives you a list of safety guidelines for staying at the hotel in the welcome packet, and as noted in another review, has bullet-proof glass between you and the receptionist. Let me just say, I live in the DC/Baltimore metro area and am very familiar with big cities. That said, this area of Brooklyn is not the safest. We felt uncomfortable enough in the neighborhood that we didn't leave the hotel room at night, not even to eat. This was just a precaution, mind you - no one bothered us while there but just for our own peace of mind, we made sure we ate before we got back to the hotel because frankly we would not have felt safe walking around the area at night. All in all, you get what you pay for. It's cheaper because its not in a great neighborhood & it's not really convenient to anything. The subway is a few blocks away in a neighborhood that you might not want to walk around in. While it was an overall ok experience, we will not be staying there again when we visit Brooklyn.
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- Also Known As:
- Motel 6 Hotel Brooklyn
- Howard Johnson Brooklyn
- Howard Johnson Hotel Brooklyn
- Brooklyn Howard Johnson