by Amanda Geronikos
The Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Brooklyn offers standard guestrooms with one king or two double beds; it also has suites with a king bed and a sofa bed or a one-bedroom suite with a king bed and a living area with a sofa bed, plus a gorgeous skyline view. Guestrooms with balconies are also available. All guestrooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, and cribs and rollaway beds are available upon request. Some rooms are pet-friendly.
The hotel also offers a fitness center and business center, and serves complimentary, hot breakfast daily, comprising eggs, pancakes, fruit, cold and hot cereals and the like. Nearby restaurant options for breakfast, lunch and dinner include The River Cafe and Stone Park Cafe, both of which serve casual American fare.
The Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Brooklyn is close to a subway stop for easy trips into Manhattan.
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- Free Wi-Fi
- Free breakfast
- Pet-friendly rooms
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
Went to stay in this beautiful clean hotel to watch the 4th of July fireworks at the Brooklyn Bridge...wow.... we were greeted by Anthony Luciano - he is a true gentleman, very professional, and deserving of the title of General Manager.
Thank you Mr. Luciano for making us seniors feel young and welcome and our first time in Brooklyn left a good impression because of you. We will definitely go back!!!!!
One note: for anyone used to staying in Fairfields, the rooms here are much smaller than I've usually stayed and they only have 2 of the "suite" styled rooms, so I was told at the front desk. The room was very clean and comfortable and the view from the rooftop is really good. Watched the sun rise and set from there. The staff were all really nice, even if you just ran into them in the hallway.
The location is pretty central to transportation to Manhattan; about a 10 minute walk and there are restaurants and coffee shops nearby. There is a great cupcake shop off Dean, Starbucks 2 blocks away, Korean BBQ around the corner and much more. I would stay again. Used much less points than I would have in Manhattan.