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Looking for some #WednesdayWisdom?

Head to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden to see spectacular trees, flowers and other plants for a beautiful autumn #celebration!
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Don't miss our great savings by signing up with our Newsletter this #Wednesday ! For families, workers, #lovers  and more! #wednesdaywisdom  
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It is summer after all! 
The 'Wet Hot American Summer' immersion in Bushwick was charmingly ramshackle and captured the spirit of the movie pretty well
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If you're a burger fanatic you'll love this new pop-up!

Head to Better Burger for delicious, sustainable burgers tonight from 6 to 9pm.
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Get ready to glitz it up this weekend!

With FREE events, dance parties and benefits get set to have a blast this weekend.
Attend a doggy fashion show, play life-size video games, stuff yourself with fancy ice cream, get real glam, and more ways to have an awesome weekend.
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Wonder what there is to do in your 'hood?

Check out this list of places you'll want to visit in each neighborhood of Brooklyn. #brooklyn  #parkslope
She's big. She's beautiful. She's Brooklyn. Manhattan's neighbor to the east has become a veritable mecca of wholesome food, great vintage, and enough craft beer (and ginger-beer-based cocktails) to fill the East River. Not to mention a plethora of date-worthy guys and gals — ever walk through
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Today is #WorldAlzheimersDay  . Wear purple to show solidarity with patients and their dedicated caregivers.
Use these 10 tips to help reduce your risk of cognitive decline.
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It's hard to turn down a FREE brunch. Make your reservations now for brunch, lunch, dinner, and more! #makeWAvesbk  
Clear your calendar for a special SunDAY fun DAY edition of WAVES!!   The fun begins at 1pm on August 23th, and you're invited to take part in the festivities!   Join us for an afternoon of fun and excitement.   Come one, come all, bring a guest, and hang loose.   This is going to be perfect!
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This is sure to make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside!
Prospect Park was home to an Adoptapalooza!
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Want to play some 'ball while you're in town?

It'll probably be a bit pricey to rent out the Barclays Center, so try one of these great basketball courts in the city. (And watch out for the ones without baskets!)
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Free Outdoor Music Festival? Yes.
Downtown Brooklyn Nights, curated by a local label, will bring different genre of music to Willoughby Plaza every week in July.
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Spending your summer in Brooklyn

Make sure to download these 7 apps to survive your Brooklyn trip. 
A list of free apps you will need to not go crazy, hungry, lost or embarass yourself in Brooklyn this summer.
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370 4th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11215
370 4th AvenueUSNew York11215
(718) 625-1500hotellebleu.com
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Boutique lodging with views of Lower Manhattan & modern rooms, plus free breakfast & snacks.- Google
"Free wifi and a free room service breakfast are unexpected amenities."
"After about 45 minutes of arguing with a manager, finally switched rooms."
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Jayasree Narayanan
2 months ago
The main good thing here is free parking which is difficult to get in hotels around NY. Good that they deliver breakfast at your door but very less options for breakfast. Make sure to read the pamphlet inside the room before you open their complimentary water bottles and chocolates kept inside (you are charged for it if you use it). Glass door bath and restroom may be good for couples or when staying alone but not when staying with family or group of people.
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onomonopia
2 weeks ago
The location of this hotel is convenient both to subways, museum, Botanical Garden and the best restaurants! The staff both at the desk and the concierge were excellent - helpful in directions, suggestions, and even restoring the television reception. The view of the city skyline is spectacular from the balcony.
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Megan Kellen
in the last week
The hotel rooms are very impressive at first glance. A beautiful glass shower, complimentary bottled water and snack, Bose sound system, robes and slippers, ect. However I was very disappointed in the quality of the room. The handle was broken on the door to the toilet, a light was out, the TV didn't work, and their was a very disgusting stain on the accent pillow on the bed. Also, breakfest consisted of a processed fruit cup and stale bagel. This hotel needs to get the basics down like cleanliness and good maintenance, instead of trying to appear high end.
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Paul Bouchard
a week ago
Excellent hotel on 4th Ave in Brooklyn - border of Park Slope and Gowanus. Room was clean and the bed was comfortable. We will be staying there again.
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Chris Eckert
a week ago
Rooms are small and "modern/futuristic" from about fifteen years ago, but clean and comfortable. It's an affordable and convenient location if you're visiting Park Slope/downtown Brooklyn. Just don't plan on having any hotel room parties, there are posted signs prohibiting it. There also isn't enough room.
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Samara Montilus
a month ago
This should be renamed to Hotel Le Nightmare because of the poor customer service and poor state of the rooms. The room I stayed in with my friend was less than a four star experience. We had a huge stain on the floor, our blue light wasn't working, and there were stains on the curtains. The bathroom was nice I must say. However, customer service here was HORRIBLE. The front desk manager, Maria, is RUDE. For dealing with an issue, she has little to no people skills. She disrespected me, my guest, and her own staff right in front of us! If you ever have an issue, good luck getting someone here to care about it. DO NOT GO HERE! You're better off with a big name hotel with attentive staff who will actually care!
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David Gurney
a month ago
We stayed for one night while passing through Brooklyn to visit some friends living in the Gowanus and Park Slope areas. This was an ideal place. Incredibly affordable for a NY spot, stylish, clean, and staffed by friendly and welcoming folks. My 4 and 6 year old daughters were totally charmed by the modern design elements, and for being on a busy stretch, noise was not a factor. The Whole Foods just around the corner from it (behind it really) was a great spot to get some incidentals and even a bite to eat in the pub/restaurant upstairs. Small in-room breakfast service and some free snacks and water were appreciated as well. We also benefited from the free parking, though the spaces are limited (I believe there are 14), so you are not guaranteed a spot. Worst case, there is a garage just down the street. We will not hesitate to use again if we are looking for a spot in Brooklyn to stay.
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Derrik Casey
a month ago
Noce hotwl tucked away in the middle og the city. Small parking lot with limited parking. No valet parking. Room are nice. Free breakfast.