What We Love
- A brand-new home base in a hip Brooklyn neighborhood, with an apartment-style suite or loftBeing among the first to stay in this brand-new, industrial-chic hotel
- Having a spacious, apartment-style loft or suite to call home during your city break
- The excellent location in the heart of hip Greenpoint, surrounded by loads of bars and restaurants
- Doing New York City differently, with a stay in its coolest outer borough
What To Know
- The hotel is slated to open April 2016
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
Greenpoint is widely thought of as one of ever-trending Brooklyn’s next frontiers, attracting artists and fresh-out-of-college intellectuals faster than you can say “skinny jeans.” When you come to New York, you’re going to want to visit this hipster ‘hood, and when you visit, you’re going to want to stay somewhere as cool and creative as the natives. Choose Franklin Guesthouse, where every industrial-chic suite and loft is styled like an apartment, so you can also feel like a native yourself.
In addition to these slick abodes, the property offers a sauna, plus a fitness center, so you can keep off the weight from those Smorgasburg ramen burgers. The rest of the time, hit the subway, or stick around and pound the pavement. In addition to being a hub for up-and-coming culture, Greenpoint, sharing McCarren Park with neighboring Williamsburg, is an oasis for nature – which not all of its Manhattan counterparts can say for themselves. And why not be where the grass is greener?
Lofts and suites
No miniature, Manhattan-style rooms here. That’s not how they do things across the river – at least not at Franklin Guesthouse. Here, you’ll have a spacious, apartment-style loft or suite to call your home, complete with retro-inspired, industrial-chic décor; cozy hardwood floors; cool, contemporary art; and a luxe, en-suite bathroom.In the open-plan Studio loft, you’ll have one queen bed. Deluxe Loft suites, meanwhile, contain a 3/4 wall partition, which separates the bedroom from the living area. In these abodes, you’ll have a king bed, plus a comfy sofa bed.
Amenities – Wi-Fi- Coffee and tea- Mini-fridge- Ironing board- Hair dryer- Individual climate control- Writing desk- iPhone dock- 42-in. flat-screen TV with premium cable
Franklin Guesthouse is right in the heart of vibrant and cozy Greenpoint, Brooklyn’s northernmost neighborhood and one of its most charming. Adjacent to hipster hotspot Williamsburg, this former Polish enclave is today a welcoming mix of old and new, home to loads of bars, restaurants, boutiques and, of course, plenty of kielbasa vendors. You’ll be able to explore your outer-borough home base with ease, thanks to the hotel’s complimentary local shuttle and nearby Citi Bike rentals. And when the big city (that would be Manhattan, directly across the East River) beckons, you’re just minutes from the G subway line and – should you prefer the scenic route – the East River Ferry.
How to Get There
Large, comfortable room with great bed. Kitchenette well appointed. Very nice bathroom. Staff was amazing - thanks for Dwight, Oscar, Jeannie, Brandon, Demetrius, Frduah, Daisy, and Anil. Pleasant, helpful, couldn't be better.
This is the second of the three Greenpoint properties we have visits. Greenpoint, Brooklyn is such a charming section of New York. We have stayed at the Henry Norman two years ago, and hope to stay at the Boxhouse in the spring. Theses innkeepers are unique, caring and wonderfully accommodating.
Stayed here on a work visit and really enjoyed it as it was like having your own apartment in NYC. Super clean, excellent service and would definitely stay there again. Highly recommend this property!
the room is beautiful! The location is perfect and we where treaded very well by Oscar, Jeannie and Francis! We would recommend this place for people that visited NYC for the second or.... time. We loved it!
The service was excellent and the staff friendly, even after hours. I was able to check in late night without a hitch. The room was very comfortable, and the amenities were just what I needed. Jason and Dwight at the front desk went above and beyond.