Hotel Of The Day: The William Vale, New York

Looking for a hotel to stay in New York? Manhattan might have most of the fame, but Brooklyn has all of the street cred, plus the view of the NYC skyline.

One of the hottest new hotel openings in recent years is The William Vale, a trendy boutique hotel in the heart of Williamsburg. With a rooftop pool, skyline balcony views and a laid-back chic design, this is by far one of the greatest hotels in New York.

Where exactly is The William Vale?

You’ll find it in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighbourhood, minutes from Lower Manhattan. You can easily reach the hotel on the L or G train, and it’s also close to the ferry if you fancy a more scenic trip to the city.

The William Vale pool The William Vale Restaurant

What’s so special about this hotel?

Views, views, and more views.  Enter the lobby, which is covered in murals by local artists, and jump into the elevator to get a glimpse of the skyline. The hotel also has an insanely cool 22nd-floor rooftop bar, Westlight, with panoramic skyline views.

All 183 rooms at The William Vale feature floor-to-ceiling windows, open-air balconies, and stunning views of New York City

William Vale hotel rooms

The Vale Garden Residence is the penthouse suite, with an outdoor jacuzzi. It also has two floors of indoor and outdoor dining and entertaining spaces. Rooms are dog friendly, too!

Vale Pool is the longest outdoor hotel pool in Brooklyn and greater New York City. The ultimate spot to chill on a hot summer’s day.

Vale Outdoor Jacuzzi Westlight Bar in The William Vale

How much does it cost to stay here?

The William Vale

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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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