Terrible location in a gritty neighborhood, entrance is a bit isolated. Might feel safer driving in rather than walking from the nearby subway stop. Restaurants nearby, but doesn't feel safe to venture out. The manager had the "lobby" set up like a fast food take-out joint, with a clear plexiglass divider separating the "front desk" from the guests--Even gave back a small paper receipt like from a grocery store rather than an itemized bill. There is no actual lobby, just an elevator in the entryway. The room was very small and there was no room to walk to the wardrobe or the window, I had to hop over the bed. The breakfast was microwaved omelettes, cookies, Dunkin donuts. There was a lot of traffic in the hallways, and a lot of sex noises coming from a couple of other rooms as well as the smell of marijuana. Turns out the hotel also rents rooms by the hour. Was awoken by some trick yelling at her john to take his things and get out. Hookers need to work too, I guess, but that doesn't make for an ideal hotel stay for the rest of us. Staff also indifferent to rude, could not care less about your comfort. There are nicer hotels in nicer neighborhoods in Brooklyn--go to those and do NOT waste your time or money here.
The bathroom was large and clean. The pillows were soft.