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The Best Hotels to Book Near the Port of New York and New Jersey

Relax with views of the Brooklyn Bridge on your next stay around the Port of New York and New Jersey
Relax with views of the Brooklyn Bridge on your next stay around the Port of New York and New Jersey | Courtesy of Mr. C Seaport / Expedia
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7 October 2021
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Steeped in maritime history, the Port of New York and New Jersey district is constantly being revitalized, so it’s a great place to explore: a hot spot for cool bars, dining, art and culture. See what’s going on at Pier 17 – which looks across the East River from Manhattan to Brooklyn – and enjoy waterside walks along the East River and views of the Brooklyn Bridge. It’s also great for Wall Street, the One World Trade Center and Brookfield Place. Whether you stay in Manhattan, west across the Hudson in New Jersey or over the East River in Brooklyn, these hotels are great bets – and they’re all bookable with Culture Trip.

The EVEN Hotel Brooklyn

4.2/5 (1181 Reviews)
Even Hotel Brooklyn
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Now from $131 per night
Nicely located near Nevins Station and its express-rail links, the EVEN Hotel Brooklyn is at the heart of this funky borough – and Manhattan’s electric nightlife is just a zippy train ride away. The place is part of the InterContinental stable but it feels indie and boutique. Whether you’re in town for work or play – or both – you’ll plug easily into the hotel’s relaxed vibe. Among the laid-back spaces is an all-day diner, Cork and Kale, doing organic cocktails, plus plenty of sit-or-stand workspaces and a lounge-in-me outdoor courtyard. The 202 light and airy rooms are further complemented by the impressive living wall – you could be in a remote garden.
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Hyatt House Jersey City

4.3/5 (927 Reviews)
Rooftop bar and city skyline views from the Hyatt House Jersey City
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Now from $171 per night
Breathe out and sit back in this relaxing upscale hotel, right on the Hudson River. Views are eastwards, giving you supreme views of the Manhattan skyline: a captivating circuit of lights after dark. When you’ve taken in the view from the Terrace Lounge or RoofTop at Exchange Place, head for Vu Restaurant, which uses local organic produce – even honey collected from hives on the roof. Gym bunnies will love the 24-hour gym and indoor heated pool. Sleeping here is a dream, as rooms are monochrome-toned, unadorned and sink-into comfy.
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W Hoboken

4.4/5 (979 Reviews)
W Hoboken
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Now from $229 per night
The W brand is famous for its funky, nightclub ambience and fruity interiors. This property, on the New Jersey waterfront across the Hudson from Manhattan, is no exception – with elevated rooms and suites delivering awesome skyscraper views. Because it’s a train or boat ride from the magic mayhem of Manhattan, it has made sure guests will never get bored. Have a hot-stone massage in the spa. Sip margaritas in the rainbow-illuminated Living Room. Slurp oysters in the airy Halifax restaurant. And sweat it all out the next day in the FIT gym, home to every machine you can imagine.
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Club Quarters Hotel

4.4/5 (905 Reviews)
Club Quarters Hotel
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Now from $118 per night
In the thick of downtown Manhattan, Club Quarters Hotel is a treat of a retreat with a member’s club-like vibe: check in via app or at the desk, and proceed straight to the Living Room, which serves free tea and coffee. Alternatively, head up to the rooftop bar and admire the view over martinis. Its 252 geometrically modern, monochrome rooms overlook the One World Trade Center and September 11th Memorial. With plenty of nightlife in the neighboring areas – TriBeCa, SoHo, South Street Seaport and Chinatown – this is a great base for nocturnal wanderings. Top tip: your furry friend can stay for free.
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1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

4.5/5 (943 Reviews)
1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
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Now from $479 per night
Laid-back and eco-chic, this smart weekend base fuses urban living with a social conscience – which makes it the ideal base for hipsters, with the added perk of views over Brooklyn Bridge. The neighborhood, Dumbo, is one of the city’s most upmarket, and the hotel looks the part, with its living wall, stylish artwork and airy rooms as well as reclaimed or antique furniture. Given the relaxed and friendly Scandi vibe, you’ll get chatting to your neighbors at the buzzy rooftop bar and pool – or in the coffee shop, swanky restaurant, co-working space and tranquil spa.
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The Westin Jersey City

4.4/5 (979 Reviews)
The Westin Jersey City
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Now from $209 per night
This impressive hulk has pride of place on the Hudson River promenade, in the up-and-coming Arts District – trendy art haunts within a few blocks include Rock Soup Studios and Lex Leonard Gallery. The huge rooms all have full-length windows and ridiculously comfy beds, guaranteeing a good night’s sleep after a day’s pavement-pounding and art-ogling. The convenient PATH train will take you to Manhattan’s hip West Village in 15 minutes. If you want to stay put, hotel restaurant Fire & Oak has delicious New American dishes including wood-grilled steaks and rustic flatbreads.
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  • Conrad New York

    4.7/5 (968 Reviews)
    Conrad New York
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    Now from $343 per night
    Here’s a hotel for creative souls: the Conrad New York can lay claim to more than 2,000 pieces of contemporary artwork, including the massive lobby mural by conceptual/minimal artist-icon Sol LeWitt. You’re just minutes from the city’s most historic neighborhoods, including TriBeCa and Wall Street, plus landmarks like the One World Trade Center. Rooms are spacious – deluxe suites feel more like apartments – and a special sleep fragrance called “Scented” helps you drift off. In spring or summer, hit the 16th-floor Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar, which has direct views of the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor.
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    Canopy by Hilton Jersey City Arts District

    4.5/5 (122 Reviews)
    Canopy by Hilton Jersey City Arts District
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    Now from $162 per night
    Gadget geeks appreciate the hip, urban vibe at Canopy by Hilton Jersey City Arts District, which shares its space with artists’ studios. The rooms use “Connected Room” technology which allows you to program and control temperature, TV and light settings with your smartphone. Bedroom furniture is sharp-angled, pale and interesting, enhanced by discreet contemporary art. Mingle until 11pm over tapas and gin-laced cocktails at the Canopy Bar and Bistro. Look out for rotating local artist exhibitions on display throughout the communal spaces.
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    Wall Street Inn

    4.4/5 (948 Reviews)
    Wall Street Inn
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    Now from $106 per night
    As the name hints, you’re staying in the heart of the Financial District – it’s like being in a classic cop movie given the historic attractions around. The hotel has taken over an old bank amid Lower Manhattan’s curving cobblestone streets, and retains many original features and furniture – hence the quaint, early-American vibe. Expect lots of floral fabrics, patterned rugs, dark wood furniture, brass chandeliers and classic reproduction artwork. Although there are no coffee makers in the rooms, there is free tea and coffee all day in the living-room-like lobby.
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    Mr. C Seaport

    4.5/5 (223 Reviews)
    Mr. C Seaport
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    Now from $266 per night
    Settle into a special sanctuary in the busy cobbled streets of Downtown’s historic East River district. Inside the 19th-century building, the mood is modern and sophisticated. Try the ground-floor lounge bar, all velvet seating and low lighting, before bedding down: the 66 rooms are subtly decorated in a soothing palette of mauve, silver and grey. One evening, do dinner in-house – pasta, paninis, risotto – at upscale Italian Bellini, perhaps starting with the drink that gives the restaurant its name.
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