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Pointe Plaza Hotel's staff speaks: Russian, Hebrew, English
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not possible) and costs USD 25 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Shuttle Service (free), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
Russian, Hebrew, English
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 25 per person per night in an extra bed.
Up to two children under 3 years stay free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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This Brooklyn hotel is 5 minutes from the Brooklyn Bridge and 2.4 miles from Manhattan. The hotel has free Wi-Fi, on-site dining, and a 24-hour snack shop. Barclays Center is a 15-minute walk away.
Score from 501 reviews Very good
The Henry Norman Hotel is in Brooklyn. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Each room here includes a TV, air conditioning and an iPod dock.
Score from 155 reviews Wonderful
Just 500 ft from the nearest metro station, this Brooklyn, New York hotel is less than a 30-minute train ride from Manhattan. It's located 3 miles from the Barclays Center and 9 miles from JFK...
Score from 942 reviews Good
Featuring breakfast and free Wi-Fi, Hotel Luxe NY is in Brooklyn, New York. Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets basketball team, is 1.5 miles away.
Score from 318 reviews Good
For the price I was shocked by what we got. It was so nice and clean and the ceilings were high. I loved it soo much!
Great breakfast; hairdryer broken. Staff promt and friendly.
As I read in other reviews, yes, there was some honking outside and quite late. But not over powering. Restful sleep.
Helpful staff and value for money in brooklyn. Comfy bed and good shower.
10 minute walk to subway, although good connection straight to the tourist areas from Lori er street on the M train.
Staff Room Breakfast
Area Lack of shops Distance from Subway
location, noisy airconditioning, broken closet doors
Staff very helpful, snacks provided on every floor were a bonus. Room spacious
There was nothing around the hotel in terms of eating places, didn't feel like a particularly welcoming neighbourhood. Had to walk quite a way to get to any interesting bits. Hotel a bit old and tired looking.
A clean & comfy, quiet room. Staff was helpful and upgraded us to a suite. Enjoyed our stay.
Odd neighborhood, not many restaurants or shops nearby-a ten minute walk to Myrtle Ave. no parking.
Nice big bed. Good help from very friendly staff. Interesting surrounding in the Jewish quarter. Fair price close to NY.
A little walk to restaurants and Subway.
Clean, comfy and quiet. Spacious room. Friendly staff. Decent breakfast.
no fridge or coffeemaker, pay parking and odd neighborhood-no close restaurants
the quiet community, the friendly staff, the cleanliness, the continental breakfast, the free coffee, tea, cookies, the convenient location to the Brooklyn Bridge, comfortable room
Few restaurants in the area
Good beds and service. Luggage could be stored before and after our stay.
Breakfast could have more variety
The hotel is conveniently located, about 10 minutes walk from the nearest subway station. It's comfortable and not too expensive for New York. The breakfast is very good and varied. As the hotel is located in the hasidic neighbourood of Williambsburg, the area feels very safe and you can walk around late at night without any hassle at all. Also, it was the most thrilling experience to see the hasidic way of life. The community seems very hermetic, but the stereotype was broken when we were witnessing a Jewish wedding in the street and someone stopped by and explained the ritual. Apart from that, it's not too far to the trendy part of Williamsburg, full of bars and nightlife. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone wishing to explore not just Manhattan, but the very interesting Brooklyn.
Value for money, friendly, helpful staff Spacy room, clean Nice breakfast
kitchen smells in bedroom Location in Jewish quarters can be a bit scary (but safe)
We had a separate kitchen with little fridge, microwave and electric stove. Parking available for $15 charge. Friendly staff.
Airconditioner was very noisy.
Location Value for money Cleanliness Responsive and accommodating Staff Free Wifi Ambiance of the room High ceiling which makes the room bigger
Limited Parking No Fridge and Microwave in the room
clean, staff courteous
Hasidic jewish neighborhood w no restaurants or shops in the immediate neighborhood. very noisy
Hotel was in a safe area that was easily accessible by bus. Hotel employees were very helpful.
We got good experince. Close to brooklyn bridge.
The streets around dirty and it not close to the subway.
I liked some of the hotel staff as they were courteous and assisted me with the needs I had in my room and answered questions about transportation.
The hotel's free shuttle only ran once a day to only one spot. Kitchen supplies had to be requested. (if you have a kitchen you should have at least coffee and a kettle) no complimentary coffee, no cups etc. got a few pots and pans and paper plates, plastic forks. Fridge freezes everything. The freezer was frozen over with ice. Your bathroom has no place to put your toiletries. That boggles the mind-- no counter one has to place their stuff on the floor on a towel. You have no cable for television viewing in 2014!! Your breakfast location leaves much to be desired and the choices, bad. Most importantly you do not have an accessible entrance for the elderly or handicap. Our driver asked upon our arrival and your man said, no to his question of handicap access, the following day I saw someone come in through the side door and I assumed that must be the ramp access in the ally way. He was in a wheelchair. But if your attendant does not know the answer, then he needs training. I was a party of three adults one of whom was 86 years old with a walker. The bathroom almost did her in. What were they thinking when they installed that high tub?
breakfast room is awful with silver plastic furniture and glass lights
Very large and comfortable room, staff was attentive to our needs, hotel is in a decent area with several subway stops within walking distance.
Many issues getting our executive suite set up for 5 people, had to contact lobby several times for various problems (though they eventually fixed every issue)
I like the friendliness of staff!
Perhaps the most reasonably priced hotel one can get in New York that is clean and in a neighborhood that felt safe (at least to me.) I thought that the staff were very helpful. The hotel seemed very clean and well-kept. A free shuttle that takes guests to Manhattan (Times Square) in the morning comes with your stay. You're on your own for getting back to the hotel in the evening, however.
I felt just a little uncomfortable one evening making my transfer from the subway to the bus at Nostrand and Fulton. (I suspect that some guests just take cabs home.) Late at night, probably catching either the B62 or the B57 in downtown Brooklyn makes a little more sense, although it certainly takes longer. Overall, it took about 40 minutes to transit between Manhattan and the Pointe Plaza hotel by subway and bus. The wi-fi seemed a little slow to me, but I got by.
Daily shuttle bus to Times Sq was useful as there are no subway stations nearby. Hotel is in a safe area. Desk staff friendly. Kitchen area could be very useful for self-caterers.
Bit of trek to return from nearest subway but area is quite pleasant so no real hardship.
Big rooms, kitchen and living area and staff was very nice and knowledgeable
Subway not close, no dishes