Hotels near Williamsburg
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
Williamsburg and Greenpoint can get a tad smug, but there's no denying their historic charms. City Reliquary collects quality Statue of Liberty kitsch and only-in-New-York stories, like the one about the guy who tried every pizza slice in the city. Williamsburg enjoys the simple pleasures in life: German Chocolate cake in the backyard at Bakeri, spelling bees for free hooch at Pete's Candy Store, 1980s video games and craft beer at Barcade. Reinvented American classics like chicken cooked under a brick are served with a knowing wink and sides of oysters at Williamsburg's Marlow & Sons. For simple, honest meat and drink, try Peter Luger, a 100-year-old German steakhouse, or head to Fette Sau for barbecue and bourbon in a converted auto body shop. Williamsburg hotels have more space and none of the traffic hassles of Manhattan, plus it's that much closer to La Guardia and JFK airports.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Williamsburg

The New York Loft Hostel
The New York Loft Hostel
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4.0
1147 reviews
249 Varet Street, Brooklyn
from $30
McCarren Hotel & Pool
McCarren Hotel & Pool
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3.5
495 reviews
160 N 12th St, Brooklyn
from $188
Pointe Plaza Hotel
Pointe Plaza Hotel
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3.8
860 reviews
2 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn
from $99
Condor Hotel
Condor Hotel
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3.8
578 reviews
56 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn
from $113
Sanctuary NYC Retreats
Sanctuary NYC Retreats
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4.2
205 reviews
196A Stanton Street, Njujork
from $189
Brooklyn Arthouse Deluxe
Brooklyn Arthouse Deluxe
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3.3
20 reviews
185 Maujer Street, New York
from $239
Hotel Le Jolie
Hotel Le Jolie
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4.2
598 reviews
235 Meeker Ave, Brooklyn
from $109
Sumner Hotel
Sumner Hotel
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3.4
1565 reviews
22 Summer Place, Brooklyn
from $79
NY Moore Hostel
NY Moore Hostel
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3.6
322 reviews
179 Moore Street, Bruklin
from $30
B Hotel & Hostel
B Hotel & Hostel
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3.5
695 reviews
341 Broadway, Bruklin
from $31
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Williamsburg and Greenpoint can get a tad smug, but there's no denying their historic charms. City Reliquary collects quality Statue of Liberty kitsch and only-in-New-York stories, like the one about the guy who tried every pizza slice in the city. Williamsburg enjoys the simple pleasures in life: German Chocolate cake in the backyard at Bakeri, spelling bees for free hooch at Pete's Candy Store, 1980s video games and craft beer at Barcade. Reinvented American classics like chicken cooked under a brick are served with a knowing wink and sides of oysters at Williamsburg's Marlow & Sons. For simple, honest meat and drink, try Peter Luger, a 100-year-old German steakhouse, or head to Fette Sau for barbecue and bourbon in a converted auto body shop. Williamsburg hotels have more space and none of the traffic hassles of Manhattan, plus it's that much closer to La Guardia and JFK airports.

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