Brooklyn Guide

Welcome to Brooklyn, one of New York City's five boroughs, which gives its name to some of the biggest city attractions such as Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Brooklynites - proud residents of Brooklyn. Despite the fact that Brooklyn is one of the primary bedroom communities for New York City, here there are a lot of things can catch visitors by surprise: Brooklyn's historical buildings and homes, beautiful beaches and waterfront views, ethnically diverse neighborhoods - each with authentic cuisine and life style.
    Come to Brooklyn and discover a mystery of Hassidic life, learn about history and architecture of Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights and enjoy breathtaking views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline from the promenade, try Russian food and find something for yourself in this old, full of history and fun, intriguing part of New York City.
Comfort Inn Gregory Brooklyn
Formerly the 1926 Hotel Gregory. Small Boutique Hotel. Restaurants, shops and lounges within walking distance. Train going into Manhattan (24 hours) is 2 blocks away. Air Conditioned, Bar, Brailled Elevators, Handicap Facilities, Meeting Facilities, Valet Parking, Restaurant, Safe Deposit Box, Sauna.
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Marriott New York City Brooklyn Bridge
The New York City Marriott Brooklyn Bridge is part of the Renaissance Plaza complex adjacent to Brooklyn's courthouses, municipal buildings and the Metro Tech Center. Lower Manhattan and the New York City financial district are ten minutes away via the Brooklyn Bridge located just one half mile from the hotel.
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Brooklyn Attractions Brooklyn Attractions
Being a massive borough spread out from festive Coney Island to elegant Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn has culture and amusement concentration areas. Central Brooklyn is a culturally rich neighborhood that includes the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Children's Museum, Prospect Park, and Mount Prospect Park.
Brooklyn Restaurants Brooklyn Restaurants
Ethnic diversity and cultural fusion make an eating experience in Brooklyn unexpected and unforgettable. Here you can get a taste of Russian and Eastern European cuisines, Armenian and Georgian hospitality, Italian and Middle Eastern feasts. From pompous Russian banquets to simple sea food eateries to the range of Italian restaurants.
Brooklyn
Night Life
Brooklyn Night life
Brooklynites and visitors don't have needs to go to the city for a night entertainment or a fancy drink. Brooklyn is as much alive at night as Manhattan. The number and quality night venues here are in the same, sometimes even better, level than in the city. Cozy, with a spirit of history neighborhood bars, fancy lounges, discos, comedy clubs and sport pubs - everything is here!
Brooklyn
Shopping
Brooklyn Shopping
Trying to satisfy desires of Brooklyn residents, a shopping scene in Brooklyn is full of department and furniture stores. However some interesting shops can be found here. There are plenty of antiques and jewelry stores which can surprise the most demanding collectors. Plus, some clothes' boutiques present designer's clothes which you can only see in Milan or Paris.
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