Everyone knows someone who is about to, or has been to New York City so it’s always nice to be able to offer some fresh new advice to the soon to be traveler. The fashion hub of the States is definately one of TVGs favourite cities to immerse oneself in and there’s always some too and fro about where’s the best place to stay. Apparently it’s the city that never sleeps, but if it was to sleep, it would have to consider staying at the recently opened King & Grove Hotel in Brooklyn.
As what can only be described as a boutique hotel, it boasts a modest 64 rooms with appealing modern flair, pool views and excellent Malin + Goetz products. The attention grabbing, classically design pool compliments the style of the hotel perfectly, while those looking to have a more intimate experience can venture to the roof level bar and lounge. Offering 4 types of rooms including a plush looking penthouse, the hotel caters for a range of patrons and is very competitively priced (starting at $400 a night).
There has been a distinctive resurgence of travelers to the area of Brooklyn, a place which once lacked any significant hotel accommodation. The area is a hub of cultural attractions and pulls giant crowds to its famous markets selling antiques, jewellery and vintage clothes. King & Grove Williamsburg is the first full-service lifestyle hotel in this thriving neighbourhood and the perfect place to rest your head in between thrift store visits on the search for a vintage tweed jacket or sports coat.