Things To Do
Located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn, our hotel is located only six blocks west of Brooklyn Barclays Center, and yet just a five-minute drive into Lower Manhattan. You can catch a Brooklyn Nets basketball game at the Barclays Center, shop with the Hipsters in Williamsburg, ride the Cyclone at Coney Island and stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge all in the same day!
Our Hilton Brooklyn New York hotel is within walking distance to Brooklyn attractions such as the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, Brooklyn Academy Music (BAM), Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the Brooklyn Bridge. For our corporate travelers, we are just three blocks south of the Metro Tech Corporate Center as well as a short subway ride to Wall Street and its surrounding financial district. Experience the culture and ethnicity that Brooklyn has to offer while strolling down Atlantic Avenue, Smith and Montague Streets with their vast array of restaurants and shops.
Whether by train or by foot, Downtown Manhattan offers such sites as the 9/11 Memorial Museum and One World Trade Center Observatory. Beyond Lower Manhattan, a quick train ride from the hotel will take you to notable sightseeing attractions within SoHo, Tribeca, Union Square, Midtown, Times Square and Central Park.
In and Around Town
Brooklyn Botanical Garden
An amazing 52-acre collection of specialty gardens that hosts nearly 1 million visitors each year.
Brooklyn Heights Promenade
Stroll along the walkway in Brooklyn's oldest neighborhood & enjoy amazing views of the East River.
A seaside resort area filled with amusement parks, fun foods and family-friendly attractions.
This iconic landmark spans the entire East River connecting the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Be inspired by the dance, film, theater & music performances at this progressive urban arts center.
Home of Brooklyn Nets basketball, NY Islanders hockey, major concerts & a variety of special events.
Experience the touching memorial and museum commemorating the tragic events of September 11, 2001.
Experience this eclectic Brooklyn neighborhood with inventive restaurants, rooftop bars & markets.
Easy Subway Access
Explore Brooklyn, Manhattan and more. Get where you want to go with 11 stops in walking distance.
Museum exhibits and public programs bring history to life at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
Home to extensive collections of Egyptian wonders, European paintings, African art & so much more.
Visit BRIC Arts and explore a major exhibition space, two performance rooms, a glass-walled TV studio, and artist work spaces.