The Best Hotels to Book Near the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of New York City's can't-miss attractions | © Sean Pavone / Alamy Stock Photo
This New York City centerpiece connects Manhattan and Brooklyn over the East River. Discover the finest places to stay near the Brooklyn Bridge – all bookable with Culture Trip.
You’ll no doubt recognize this century-old feat of engineering from screen hits like Sex and the City and Spiderman. Built in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge was constructed to connect the Financial District of Manhattan with Brooklyn. Stretching over a mile from end to end, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world at the time. Today, it’s a popular tourist attraction, thanks to the elevated pedestrian walkway which offers some of the best New York skyline views. Looking to stay close? Discover our pick of top hotels.
1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
Boutique Hotel, Eco Hotel
4.5/5 (943 Reviews)
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Now from $308 per night
Designed by local artists using upcycled materials and plenty of greenery, 1 Hotel is one of the most sustainable accommodation options in the city. Rooms boast skyline views through floor-to-ceiling windows and 100 percent organic cotton bed sheets. Dine on fresh local oysters at Osprey, the hotel’s farm-to-table restaurant, before taking a dip in the astonishing rooftop pool with arguably the best view of Manhattan and the nearby Brooklyn Bridge.
Mr. C Hotel Seaport
Hotel, Chain Hotel
4.5/5 (223 Reviews)
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Now from $268 per night
Mr. C Hotel Seaport brings European elegance to Lower Manhattan. There are 66 refined rooms and suites with handcrafted Italian furniture, deep-soaking bathtubs and luxurious Casarovea linens. You’re even welcomed with a bellini upon arrival. Set in the Seaport District, this waterfront hotel considers the Brooklyn Bridge its next door neighbor.
The Beekman, A Thompson Hotel
Chain Hotel, Luxury
4.6/5 (753 Reviews)
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Now from $304 per night
The Beekman is a modern nod to the Gatsby glamor days, housed in a theatrical 19th-century building. Inside you’ll discover thought-provoking art on the wood-paneled walls, many of which refer to the hotel’s location at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Upstairs, rooms are bright and contemporary with custom-made beds and Carrara marble bathrooms as standard. Order a Vida & Belladonna cocktail at the Bar Room, a blend of mezcal and Aperol with spicy habanero chili, mint and a twist of lemon.
Aloft Manhattan Downtown – Financial District
4.2/5 (723 Reviews)
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Now from $111 per night
You’re mere steps away from the Brooklyn Bridge at this reasonably priced FiDi (Financial District) hotel. Inside, loft-like rooms come with nine-foot high ceilings and bright pops of color. Families should book the double queen room. Perks include an on-site fitness center, 24-hour cafe and a hip cocktail bar. Nearby attractions include the September 11 Memorial and Wall Street.
The Wall Street Inn
4.4/5 (948 Reviews)
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Now from $118 per night
Another FiDi gem, the Wall Street Inn is a charming stay decked in early American style – think patterned carpets, brass chandeliers and floral drapes. It’s on one of the oldest streets in New York, once the site of a 1660 home, later an outpost of the Lehman Brothers investment bank. It was transformed into a hotel in 1999. If you care more for great value, cleanliness and convenience over trendy decor, this is the place for you. Brooklyn Bridge is a 15-minute walk away.
Andaz Wall Street
Chain Hotel, Hotel
4.4/5 (997 Reviews)
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Now from $195 per night
Take advantage of the views from this Andaz hotel, which occupies a prime position on Wall Street. Each spacious, high-ceiling room comes with impressively large windows and seating nooks for soaking up the vistas. Walk-in rain showers come as standard – upgrade for a soaker tub. There’s also a 24-hour lobby with complimentary coffee and snacks all day, plus evening wine service, when you’re ready to head down and mingle.
The Tillary Hotel
4/5 (898 Reviews)
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You can’t miss the Tillary at night with its neon-lit exterior, just a short walk from the Brooklyn Bridge. Inside, quirky design elements – including the giant Scrabble board front desk and string-light decked outdoor bar – nod to the character of the neighborhood. Luxury perks like Frette bed linen and CO Bigelow toiletries come as standard.
The Frederick Hotel
4.3/5 (704 Reviews)
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Now from $141 per night
The Frederick Hotel is a Tribeca stay with character. The long-running hotel blends vintage, art nouveau and mid-century modern decor, all within a fabulously industrial-chic setting. Solo travelers will appreciate the snug single rooms on offer here. Acclaimed on-site restaurant, Serafina Tribeca, is the neighborhood’s beloved Italian, serving home-made pasta and thin-crust pizza.
NU Hotel Brooklyn
Boutique Hotel, Hotel
4.4/5 (977 Reviews)
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Now from $113 per night
The NU Hotel has Brooklyn written all over it. Book one of their Perspective Rooms, which are themed like an artist’s loft – think hand-painted murals by local artists, hammocks for creative daydreaming and cosy Scandi workspace nooks. You can also borrow one of their signature NU bikes and pedal to the Brooklyn Bridge within seven minutes.
4.7/5 (1387 Reviews)
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Now from $122 per night
For a luxurious stay in the heart of FiDi, book the Artezen Hotel. Rooms are decked out in a calming palette of navy blue, grey and white with Frette robes and pillowtop mattresses. For a small extra fee, you’ll have access to the fitness and yoga center, plus Fiji water delivered to your room daily. The Brooklyn Bridge is an eight-minute walk away, perfect for a morning stroll with a coffee before the crowds descend.
These recommendations were updated on August 23, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.