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As one of the most interesting and dynamic communities in the borough, Red Hook is well-worth the trip. Here is our guide on what to do, eat and drink in RedHook
What to Do, Eat, and Drink in Red Hook right on NU Hotel's Blog
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Brooklyn has long been a destination of creativity and ingenuity for young up-and-comers. Here are some cool Brooklyn-based startups that we’ve named Brooklyneurs.
Brooklyn has long been a destination of creativity and ingenuity for young up-and-comers. Here are some cool Brooklyn-based startups that we’ve named Brooklyneurs.
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Amongst the young artistic population living throughout Brooklyn, the popularity of vintage accessories and goods has boomed over the past several years. Here are some of our favorite records stores in brooklyn:
Amongst the young artistic population living throughout Brooklyn, the popularity of vintage accessories and goods has boomed over the past several years. From dated outfits sourced from thrift shops to bars designed in the style of speakeasies to the vinyl revival, old is good here in Brooklyn. With a recent increase in record sales and popularity, we thought we’d encourage this dive into the purest form of playing music by...
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Look for a good recommendation on some local Brooklyn bites? We asked Tori Greenway, one of our talented and spirited guest service agent and concierge for some recommendations
When you come to our hotel and are looking for things to do in Brooklyn, you’ll undoubtedly stop by our concierge and front desk to ask for some recommendations. This method will definitely get you to some of the more happening, delicious and fun spots around town. If you’re interested in some of that local knowledge before your trip, that’s fine too. We’ve spoken to several members of the Nu...
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Looking for the 2015's Best Travel Apps? Check out IC's picks to make your trip the most convenient as possible! http://buff.ly/1BAXu77
Looking for 2015’s Best New Travel Apps? Here are our top picks!
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Up next in our NU Perspective Series: Michael Sorgatz! Check out our latest blog where we interview this Brooklyn Artist and his work of art in Room 404 at NU Hotel.
Michael Sorgatz is an easy-speaking artist from Brooklyn whose ambitions essentially mirror the goals of the Nu Perspectives mural room series at Nu Hotel. He explained the realization of those ambitions during a recent interview. Sorgatz told us that years ago he encouraged his wife to start her own blog for a few different reasons. He then observed the rise in popularity of blogs and decided to start his own....
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Cars can be pretty boring. Here are somse Fun Modes of Transportation Around the Country http://buff.ly/1bmAyOH
Modern travelers are not always impressed by the luxuries of cars or taxicabs. While there’s always the parallel convenience of a run-of-the-mill bus or screeching subway car, there’s also value in discovering more memorable modes of transportation in different places around the country. For experiential, informative, and practical ways to travel better in various United States destinations, check out these unique methods of hopping around. Pacif...
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Brooklyn has long been a destination of creativity and ingenuity for young up-and-comers. Here are some cool Brooklyn-based startups that we’ve named Brooklyneurs.
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From east to west coast - these are the top 4 Music Festival of the summer http://buff.ly/1FDaLhH
Although the roots of the camping-and-music craze date back to the Summer of Love and Woodstock, the popularity of music festivals in America has grown exponentially in recent years. Each region has developed its own signature event, complete with a locally inspired aura and lineups that cater to a specific segment of the listening public. The summer is fast-approaching, meaning it’s time to start planning your summer 2015 music festival...
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We’ve been seeing more and more young parents strolling through the streets of Brooklyn over the past several years. The reason is that this borough is one of the coolest and most culturally interesting family-friendly destinations in the world. To celebrate where those two worlds collide, here are some super fun upcoming kid-friendly events at BAM.http://buff.ly/1xWZyGY
Coming to Brooklyn with your kids? There are several Kid-Friendly Events at BAM. Be sure to check out our upcoming favorites here!
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Good music knows no season, but we’ve still gone to the trouble of setting aside a few of our spring favorites. Here is your new spring paylist -
Enjoy a few of the Independent Collection's favorite tunes as winter warms into spring.
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With Carnegie Hall just a short train ride or Uber trip away from the Nu Hotel, we’d certainly recommend a trip up to Manhattan’s most storied venue.
Last night we crossed the bridge into Manhattan to take in the 25th annual edition of the Tibet House Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall. From the onset, the show had an interesting air about it.
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85 Smith St Brooklyn, NY 11201
85 Smith StreetUSNew York11201
(718) 852-8585nuhotelbrooklyn.com
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Hotel · Lounge · Bar · Brooklyn, New York
Boutique Hotel in Brooklyn.  This perfectly positioned NU Hotel sits squarely at the intersection of four intriguing neighborhoods. The ambience suggests an artistic local neighborhood refuge providing a unique, insider's experience.  "Sleek and serious about service" -GQ Food + Travel

'F' or 'G' train to Bergen stop
'A' or 'C' train to Hoyt-Schmerhorn stop
'2' or '3' train to Borough Hall
'4' or '5' train to Borough Hall
'R' train to Borough Hall
'M' train to Borough Hall
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Kara Thrace
11 months ago
Only 15 minutes into Manhattan? Sign me up! This is the perfect hipster hotel, right down to the organic bedding. Stayed the night with some friends and was shocked that hotels can come with a chalkboard. Needless to say, drunken Pictionary was played. It's right by the F train so the trip home the next day was a breeze.
Renaud Tipsy
2 years ago
While I've never stayed in a room here (I live in the neighborhood), I LOVE hanging out in the Misdemeanor Lounge. The staff is extremely friendly and welcoming. It's so nice to have a quiet place to go to to read (free!) copies of Time Out New York and have a cup of tea. They are also extremely supportive of the arts and all things Brooklyn. I've come to openings for artists whose work they feature on the walls of their lounge and guest rooms. They commissioned local artists to do murals on guest room walls.
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carter fisher
2 years ago
my time at the nu hotel was great and i will never for get it. Its a great place to bring friends or family. The staff was amazing and the service was wonder.They treated me as if i was one of there own. Tracy was best host and greeted me everyday and by my name and that made me feel comfortable, i look forward to my next visit at the nu hotel and would recommend this hotel to anybody that visiting the ny area or jus in the area to stop by. love malik white
Winifred Ulrich
2 months ago
very nice
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Paul B.arcelona
2 months ago
Beautiful design and attention to detail.
Janine Pearson
10 months ago
The best hotel in New York for a decent price. I like to book here for when my parents come to town. They always liked their service and says the room is very spacious.
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Charles Boltas
2 years ago
This is boutique hotel. Plain and simple. The rooms are trendy and the furniture looks good, but isn't too comfortable. I travel 300 days out of the year, so I know what to expect from a normal hotel and what to expect from a boutique, chic, trendy hotel such as NU. That being said, it's not a bad hotel. They have a FREE continental breakfast and also FREE Wifi. (Username:guest Password: nu8585) I would stay here again. It's definitely not my favorite hotel to stay in, but it's not bad.
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GLORIA ONTIVEROS
5 years ago
I stayed at the Nu Hotel with my son on a visit to the city last week. I was pleasantly surprised at this hotel! The price was right on, location was perfect, hotel staff couldn't have been more helpful and the rooms were absolutely perfect. Over the past 5 yrs, with 2 kids in college in NY, I make frequent visits and have come to the conclusion that Brooklyn is the place to stay. This hotel is just a few blocks from the F train which gets you to the city in just minutes. The included bkfst in the AM is a very nice addition. The cork floors and organic bedding, along with the quality body products are nice touches! The rooms are clean, quiet and very accomodating. I would highly recommend this property!
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