Brooklyn, New York
1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
Cool and Conscientious
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What it is
Smart luxury in Dumbo.
What it isn't
Buttoned-up. If man buns offend you, the exit is to your left (past the living wall).
What we think
The apotheosis of “woke” hospitality, 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge encapsulates the borough’s hip-but-mindful ethos while delivering a sophisticated hotel stay. Rooms glow with a fresh, urban elegance, thanks to reclaimed-wood furniture, open-slatted closets, warm lighting and architectural blackened steel. Floor-to-ceiling sliding windows offer inspiring views over the East River, the hotel’s namesake bridge, and the spires of Lower Manhattan. Downstairs, Neighbors offers on-trend eats like avocado toast, smoothies, and kale-and-grain bowls; a signature restaurant is in the works, as is a spa. Be sure to check out the Anish Kapoor scultpure in the garden and the esplanades in adjacent Brooklyn Bridge Park. The 1 Hotel brand’s commitment to eco-sensitive hospitality is in abundant evidence: The mattresses are hemp, the water triple-filtered, and the entire property runs on wind power. But what might feel dogmatic in other locations feels perfectly natural in Brooklyn.
You're here because
You’re curious to explore some of New York’s most dynamic neighborhoods and like the natural-minded Brooklyn aesthetic.
On the hotel’s rooftop bar, your feet dangling in the pool, you sip a Dark and Stormy and watch the setting sun glint on the Statue of Liberty’s torch in the distance.
Restaurants & Bars
Neighbors - Local, seasonal menu of salads, sandwiches, pressed juices and farm-to-table breakfast options.
1 Rooftop Bar - Skyline vistas and signature cocktails. Open seasonally and weather-permitting.
Lobby Lounge - Seasonal and botanical cocktails under the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge.
At the base of the Brooklyn Bridge in the happening district of Dumbo. Pier 1 is right outside, as are Brooklyn landmarks like Juliana’s Pizza, Jane’s Carousel and the River Café. Lower Manhattan is about 10 minutes by taxi (traffic permitting), 20 by subway or 30 if you walk over the bridge.