At the foot of the Manhattan Bridge and a block away from the Brooklyn Bridge is The Tillary Hotel, a fashionably chic hotel centrally located at the gateway to the Brooklyn borough. This fashionably focused boutique hotel is both family friendly and ideal for young couple and friends looking for a centrally located getaway destination with easy access to points across Brooklyn and into downtown Manhattan.
Photography by Diana Davis CreativeThe hotel is conveniently located where you can walk to Manhattan across either bridge, and is situated about ten minutes from the subway station. There is a shopping center with a food court, a Target and Century 21 a block and a half away. Guests are also encouraged to visit the Barclays Center to see a concert or catch a Brooklyn Nets game.
The rooms and suites are spacious, open, and comfortable. Upon check in, a small bowl of candied and dried fruit was waiting in my room, which also had a fully stocked bar with drinks and snacks. Cozy bathrobes, free WiFi, interactive Smart TVs, and Bigelow bath products were some of the additional amenities.
There are several types of rooms: Classic King or Queen, Classic Twin, a Junior Suite, Executive Suite, and a Patio Suite with delightful views of the city. There are elegantly designed board games in the suites.
In the morning, you can enjoy an iced coffee and avocado toast and other breakfast items in the T Room Cafe. I recommend their freshly baked banana bread with a cappuccino. There is also curated snack menu with local Brooklyn brands. The urban chic cafe has ample seating and a TV.
After a day out in the city, The Secret Side is a perfect rooftop bar escape. Here, you’ll find games, free popcorn, and wine, beer and cocktails.
In the hotel lobby, guests are encouraged to interact with one another with activations including a photo booth, life-size Scrabble board, and more. Copies of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and other newspapers are available for your reading pleasure.
When you come to The Tillary, you feel that you are staying at a friend’s house rather than a hotel because of how interactive each aspect of the hotel is.
The focus of the hotel is on the Brooklyn neighborhood, and managing Director Aliya Huey is committed to showcasing Brooklyn talent. The soon-to-be unveiled staff uniforms were designed by Brooklyn fashion designer Fe Noel, who designed LeBron James’ first women’s sneaker. The upcoming restaurant was designed by Ricardo Petithomme, a Brooklyn resident. And the executive suite terrace features a mural painted by Brooklyn born artist Ron Bass.
In December, The Tillary will kick off weekly Trivia nights every Wednesday and hold Saturday morning yoga classes. Winter staycation packages will be offered in 2019.
https://www.thetillaryhotel.com // 844-329 9537