The Brooklyn Bridge first opened to the public in 1883, making it over 135 years old.
It took 13 years to build the Brooklyn Bridge, which at the time was the only land passage between Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Heights is home to many of the best restaurants in NYC. The Osprey, located in the hotel, is a great choice for park views and market-driven eats.
Some of the best Brooklyn ice cream can be found steps away from the hotel at the Ample Hills Creamery.
The Brooklyn Heights Promenade is a scenic 10-minute walk from the hotel.
There are many free things to do in Brooklyn, including making a visit to the Botanical Garden from 10am – 12pm on Saturdays or all day on Tuesdays, taking a stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan, or taking advantage of the free Mind and Movement programming we offer weekly at the hotel.
It takes anywhere from 30 – 45 minutes to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. Be sure to wave at the guests on Harriet's Rooftop as you pass!
The closest option for Brooklyn Bridge bike rentals is the conveniently located Citi Bike station at Old Fulton St.
There are many things to do in Downtown Brooklyn. Some of our favorite options include a visit to the Brooklyn Museum or a stroll through the Metrotech Commons to view the various exhibitions.
We’re happy to extend our house Tesla for you to use for rides within a 3-mile radius of the hotel. Available on a first come basis during select hours.
Our plunge pool is closed for the season and will reopen again in April. The Rooftop Pool Deck is only open to current hotel guests.
We do not allow professional photography on the 1 Rooftop without prior written approval. Live in the moment and take in the view instead!
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