Ace Hotel Brooklyn is now officially open

Ace Hotel Group has announced its second design-focused location in New York City, opening the Ace Hotel Brooklyn in bustling Boreum Hill in Brooklyn, New York.

The Ace Hotel Brooklyn is conveniently located near the Barclays Center, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and unique local shops and restaurants, including a sake brewery. Brooklyn kura and emblematic chocolatier Li-Lac chocolates. The 13-story property houses 287 rooms, a beautifully decorated lobby, an art gallery, and several dining options. The architectural feat was carried out by the long-standing partners of the hotel group Romain and Williams and Stonehill Taylor Architects.

The exteriors of the buildings are decorated with a custom ceramic mural by artist Stan Bitters and a custom light installation inspired by the Okura Hotel in Tokyo, while the cozy interiors refer to the raw studio spaces of the Modernists. Europeans. The designers went the extra mile to add comfortable workspaces with a lush indoor garden, fireplace, and jagged skylight.

The rooms are inspired by influential architect Le Corbusier’s beloved resting place, Le Cabanon, and incorporate floor-to-ceiling windows, Music Hall turntables, sweeping views of Manhattan, and refined touches that bring together works of art, unique textiles and fabrics from over twenty artists.

“The final chapter in Ace’s long love affair with New York City, we built Ace Brooklyn from the ground up: each piece serving the borough’s tireless ingenuity, designed to move and breathe with the city. herself, ”the hotel description reads.

For any additional information or reservation request, go to Ace Hotel Brooklyn website.

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