Single, $119-$289; triple, $139-$309; quad, $159-$329
D, N, R at Atlantic Ave.-Barclays Center; 2, 3, 4, 5, B, Q at Atlantic Ave.-Barclays Center
16 spots for 104 guest rooms; $24 per night
American Express, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The generic brick-and-stucco exterior (and well-kept patio) make this hotel stand out from the surrounding graffiti-laden warehouses. Once inside, visitors looking for an affordable alternative to Manhattan hotel rates will be pleased to find a clean, cozy spot with amenities like Wi-Fi, a 24-hour business center, and a free daily continental breakfast. But while each room’s beige walls and matching comforters are accompanied by a coffeemaker and hair dryer, there is little space to do much besides make coffee or dry hair. So why stay inside? It’s a short walk to the Atlantic Avenue-Pacific Street subway stop, which serves more than a half-dozen lines. Better yet, the 24-hour concierge service will recommend restaurants and shops in nearby Cobble Hill and Park Slope.Pros
Parking in the back makes it an easy stop for road-trippers and visitors renting cars. Plus, it is located within a mile radius of worthwhile attractions like the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Prospect Park, and the Brooklyn Museum.
The rooms are small, and the off-the-beaten path location is not ideal for visitors who want to be right in the thick of the action.