Live like a local and immerse yourself in the best of Brooklyn at The Hoxton
The hotel has collaborated with over 175 locals who have parted with their list of neighbourhood hotspots
THE VIBE: Buzzing with indie boutiques, record labels and bars, The Hoxton, Williamsburg, is located in New York’s hipster hood of Brooklyn. With its high ceilings and wooden furniture, coupled with its brightly lit atmosphere, the property has a distinct modern-meets-classic feel. And the overall look of the space resonates with the area’s young, fun charm.
Klein’s, the French-style open-kitchen restaurant
THE ROOMS: Divided into Cosy and Roomy, the rooms come with views of downtown Brooklyn or Manhattan’s skyline. They feature bespoke linen from local designer Dusen Dusen, mod furniture and fixtures, and daily breakfast bags in case you hit the town too hard and can’t make it out of bed in time.
A cosy room
THE FOOD: Klein’s is the French-style open-kitchen restaurant that offers Americana-inspired fare (like blackened catfish BLT and wilted rainbow chard) and creative cocktails. For lunch, try Summerly, the rooftop restaurant that serves lobster rolls, clam pie and corn fritters. Evenings should be spent at Backyard, the outdoor mezzanine restaurant, relaxing with a cocktail in hand.
The lobby of The Hoxton, Williamsburg
MADE WITH LOVE: The hotel has collaborated with over 175 locals, like illustrator Jing Wei and artist Shawna X, who have curated a list of their top reads and parted with their list of neighbourhood hotspots. Also worth your time is Hox Gallery, a wall at the hotel that regularly features rotating exhibits from local artists such as muralist Richard Haines.
Summerly, the rooftop restaurant