Right on Trend in Brooklyn

The Box House Hotel • Brooklyn, NY

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Escape Kit

  • A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Loft Suite from January 2 to March 31, 2013
  • Welcome Bottle of Wine

Greenpoint: Brooklyn's northernmost neighborhood, touted as the new Williamsburg and at the very top of every real estate junkie's (and hipster's) list of up-and-coming hot hoods. Old warehouses have given rise to "virtual doormen, rooftop farms, artisanal gin, and brick-faced condominiums," says The New York Times. So it was only a matter of time before a hip boutique spot like The Box House Hotel sprang up.

The airy suites (16-foot ceilings!) in this 45-room hotel have hardwood floors throughout and are punctuated with bright pops of color and vintage furniture. A New York Times writer gave its open-layout arrangement and full kitchen setup kudos, as they "made me forget I was in a hotel rather than a well-decorated apartment." Located on a street that's a mix of small houses and industrial spaces, The Box Hotel fits in charmingly—and best yet, the lack of high-rises in this borough mean a sweet view of the city from your suite.

As you stroll (or bike) the commercial district on busy Manhattan Avenue, you'll find organic produce markets and a number of restaurants that pride themselves on using only locally sourced ingredients, or discover cool duds in the clothing boutiques that flank nearby Franklin Street, which runs parallel to Manhattan Avenue. Greenpoint also serves up a mean—and authentic—Polish feast, as it retains its strong ties to its first settlers (don't miss the pierogies). The bulk of Brooklyn's quirky cultural offerings are just a few blocks south of your digs, and Manhattan is just a G-Train ride away—but if you feel like kicking up your feet with a bottle of wine in your room, we won't begrudge you that pleasure, either.

  • "The layout was open, but tastefully arranged vintage furniture created separate spaces for a living room and bed. There was a sauna, gym and steam room, and takeout menus for local restaurants."

    -- The New York Times


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the fine print

  • Limit 1 voucher per reservation; vouchers cannot be combined to extend stay
  •  Reservations required and subject to availability
  • Not valid on group or existing reservations
  • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy applies; voucher subject to forfeiture
  • Blackout dates are 1/27/13 - 2/7/13
  •  Loft Suites may be available for $179 per night to extend for a third or fourth-night; taxes will be collected and rooms are subject to availability
  • Upgrades are based upon availability
  • Taxes and resort fees are not included and will be collected at redemption
  • Nights must be used consecutively
  • All deal components must be redeemed during one stay
  • Other conditions apply • PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 31, 2013 • Enjoy By March 31, 2013