Address85 Smith Street BrooklynSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The 93 rooms in this downtown Brooklyn hotel are of the stripped-down variety, featuring lots of crisp whiteness (sheets, walls, duvets). Furnishings are made from recycled teak and the floors are cork. For something more daring, book a Nu Perspectives room, adorned with colorful murals by Brooklyn artists.
There is a small lounge and bikes are available. Ask for a room away from busy Atlantic Ave if you are a light sleeper.
Our independent authors have visited NU Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Brooklyn.
Description provided by property
This design hotel is located in the center of the vibrant BoCoCa district, 2 blocks from the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street Subway Station. It offers green accommodations, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour gym.
All air conditioned rooms at the NU Hotel feature 32-inch flat-screen cable TVs with state-of-the-art satellite music systems. These eco-friendly rooms provide spacious bathrooms with green bath amenities.
Hotel NU offers business workstations for guests’ convenience. The NU Bar serves continental breakfast daily along with a tapas menu and full-service bar in the evenings.Free bike rentals are also offered.
Five blocks away is the Brooklyn Borough Hall. The NU Hotel Brooklyn is a 17-minute subway ride from Brooklyn Botanic Garden and a 14-minute subway ride from the Brooklyn Bridge.
Upon check-in photo identification and credit card are required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges. Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Concierge service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Ticket service
- Free WiFi
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