1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
Welcome to your Brooklyn Bridge waterfront retreat, with expansive views of the East River and Manhattan skyline. Designed by local artists using native greenery and reclaimed materials, nature is home in Brooklyn.
Good Energy Is Clean Energy
Your home away from home is equipped with state-of-the-art energy efficient heating and cooling systems.
We Are Always at the Mercy of Nature
Due to the damages caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, architectural drawings of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge had to be redesigned to raise the building by three feet to protect against new flooding potential. To pay tribute to our human capacity to rebuild after tragedy, artist Olivié Ponce painted "Waterline" murals at 36 inches, along the walls of select guest rooms.
Experience Local Elements
Over half of our hotel is made from regional and reclaimed materials, including original heart pine beams from the former Domino Sugar Factory in Brooklyn that now act as tables in our lobby and benches on each guestroom floor.
Each faucet in our hotel is equipped with a water filtration system to provide our guests with high-quality drinking water. Our in-room cups and carafes are made from recycled wine bottles, to discourage guests from using single-use water bottles, especially plastic.
Winding Down Should Come Naturally
We provide sustainably-sourced bed linens and non-toxic, eco-friendly mattresses that are healthy for both you and the environment.
Travel with Care
Explore the city emission-free with our fully electric Audi e‑tron or get an insider’s look at the world’s greatest urban park, just steps away from the hotel. Take a tour led by an expert Conservancy guide for a perspective on the history, design and ecology of Central Park.
1 Less Thing
In line with our true "less is more" spirit, the 1 Less Thing initiative is ongoing at 1 Hotel Central Park. Simply leave a piece of clothing (or two) out with this block on top and we will donate it to our local charity partner, Housing Works.
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Offers & Experiences
Brooklyn Bridge Park brings 85 acres of rich ecology, verdant vistas, growing trees, and vibrant flora alongside the East River waterfront. Occupying a space that once operated as a bustling transportation terminal, the sustainable park brings a refreshing touch of nature to an industrial-oriented borough brimming with concrete buildings.
Brooklyn typically experiences cold, wet winters and hot, humid summers. While winters are consistently chilly, spring, summer, and fall can be somewhat unpredictable. Spring and fall weather can flip on a dime with considerable day-to-day variability, while average summer temperatures hover around 75°F (but can push as high as 100°F). It’s a perfect place to witness the vibrant colors and changing temperatures of the passing seasons.
With over 12,000 species of plants and wildlife and 3,000 trees in the Brooklyn Bridge Park, admire the vibrant native flora such as the New York Aster, Blue Flag Iris, Redbud, Wild Geranium, and so many more. Stroll alongside the gorgeous young River Birch, Redwood, and Sweetbay Magnolia trees and relax on lush lawns—all managed organically through extensive irrigation systems. We’re proud to contribute to the park’s irrigation practices through our rainwater collection system at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.
Brooklyn Bridge Park is home to spectacular pollinators and diverse woodland fauna—from butterflies, bees, and birds to squirrels, opossums, and bats. You might be surprised to find that animals such as crabs, seahorses, shrimp, and jellyfish live in the East River as incredible birds such as Blue Herons, Egrets, Cormorants, and American Oystercatchers fly above it. Estuary experts name Brooklyn Bridge Park a bird watcher's paradise.
In addition to Brooklyn Bridge Park and the East River, explore the natural beauty of Brooklyn at Prospect Park, Brighton Beach, and Botanic Gardens. With over 500 acres, Prospect Park is home to countless bird and tree species—particularly stunning in autumn. Brighton Beach offers a change of scenery with plenty of room to swim and sunbathe while the Brooklyn Botanic Garden boasts a lush oasis of native flora and fauna, a Japanese Garden pond, and so much more.
Brooklyn’s sustainability efforts continue to bloom. As the Brooklyn Bridge Park occupies an old trade terminal and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden gives new life to a marshy wasteland—the borough has been building sustainable spaces for decades. Brooklynites are particularly proud of the area’s sustainable irrigation systems, pesticide-free lawns, and growing sustainability initiatives—gathering beekeepers, builders, and passionate community members to transform underused brownfields, lots, roofs, and beyond into luscious green spaces that will be sustainably and lovingly maintained for years to come.
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1 HOTEL brooklyn bridge1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
60 Furman Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Located at Pier 1 on Brooklyn Bridge Park, just south of the iconic bridge in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood and minutes from downtown Manhattan.