Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

228 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11201, United States
Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel
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87%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
23%
123
Very Good
41%
217
Average
23%
122
Poor
5%
27
Terrible
6%
34

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  • Families65
  • Couples76
  • Solo70
  • Business63

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Parking Garages in Brooklyn

by emilienoelle

My daughter and I are going to visit my Dad in NYC for a few days before Christmas and it's turning out that it's going to be cheaper for us to drive than to take the train this time (train prices are crazy), but I'll need to put the car someplace near my Dad's in Brooklyn. I not really familiar with Brooklyn, so any suggestions are welcomed.

Re: Parking Garages in Brooklyn

by TexasDave

If you google 'Brooklyn Parking Garages' you should get several suggestions plotted on a map.

Re: Parking Garages in Brooklyn

by footstool

"Alternate Side of the street Parking" exists in many Brooklyn residential neighborhoods. You don't need a parking permit, as in San Fran. And it's FREE (so far...). You can email me, privately, with the address, or cross streets.

Re: Parking Garages in Brooklyn

by baldurontour

Hi, this is not "my question thread", but may I ask how much is the train from JFK to Manhattan (SoHo) Area?


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Re: Parking Garages in Brooklyn

by footstool

When you say "the train," do you mean the Subway? From JFK, take the monorail to the AirTrain. The AirTrain costs $5, and ends at the LOng Island Railroad Station (LIRR) in Jamaica, Queens. From there, you go downstairs, underground, to the E train (Manhattan-bound). Buy a MetroCard from a token booth clerk, or a machine. You get off at West 4 Street, or at Spring St, depending on your exact destination. Go to mta.gov for all maps. You can also take the LIRR, from the same Jamaica station, to Penn Station(maybe $7 one way) in Manhattan (7 Ave & 34 St), where you can buy a MetroCard and take the E downtown. For roughly the same money, you can take a private bus service for around $15 one way. It's one seat, no stairs, no dragging bags around. I believe it's New York BUs Service. I always take that one, or CoachUSA to Newark/Liberty, as I will do in 2 weeks when I go to London.

Re: Parking Garages in Brooklyn

by emilienoelle

Thanks. This is helpful! I appreciate it. I'm from Boston, so I'm used to difficult parking situations, it's just always hard when you're not familiar with a place. :)

Re: Parking Garages in Brooklyn

by footstool

I visited Boston, for the first time in my life, 2 times this year. I went to Fenway and saw them beat up on my Yankees in April, but that was then, and this is now. I would park on the street, if allowed.

Travel Tips for Brooklyn

Why you should visit Brooklyn

by jenran1

Brooklyn is often over-looked by travelers who come to the New York City area. However, it is worth a stop. Refer to a guide book for more specific historical sights.

I can offer some advice regarding my own neighborhood -- Park Slope -- and a few others surrounding it.

Breakfast at the Donut House

by TempNomad

If you want to get away from too much hipness, this is a good option for breakfast, brunch, or lunch. This is a fast, consistent, basic and delicious diner. It's wicked cheap, and the clientele is Carroll Gardens, with only a sprinkling of "just rolled out of bed from a long night of something or other."

Great toast! Great coffee! Great eggs!

314 Court Street in Carroll Gardens
Take the F or G train to Carroll Street

Views of Manhattan

by barryg23

During my walks around Brooklyn I came upon some great views of Manhattan. This dead-end (see picture) was one of my favourites. There was such a contrast between the foreground in Brooklyn and the background of the skyline of midtown Manhattan.

Delicious Thai food and Awesome Night Scene

by TCRN about -Sea-

Sea is definately the place to go if you want to have a great time, eat good food, enjoy great music and drinks and keep within your budget.There is usually a wait time for a table, but it worth it. You can pass time by checking out the front or rear bar. There are plenty of cool seats, two swings and a pool with floating lotus leaves and an arrangement of flowers. The decor is abosloutely amazing, with candles and lights. The DJ booth compliments the atomosphere at SEA, playing very cool tecno music. There is a wide variety of appetizers and main courses to choose from catering to everyone's taste. The bathrooms are out of this world. Very creative, with little screens to take a veiw of what's happening on the outside. Definately a place to visit for a new and wonderful experience on dining. I loved it!!! I loved all the appitezers from the jumbo srimp rolls served in the martini glass to the delicious steamed dumplings. Spicy Dark Ocean is great and so is the Drunken Man Noodles...Yummy

My absolute FAVORITE restaurant in Brooklyn

by jglsongs about Restaurant Saul

If you can imagine a five-star restaurant with some of the most innovative and wonderful American food, service that meets every need (whether you're aware of it or not), a home-y but stylish decor but you still won't feel like you'll be admonished if you use the wrong fork, then Restaurant Saul is the place.

Even their menus are beautiful, with a different photo on them every week. The staff is well-schooled in the art of gourmet dining and serving, but there's NO attitude or pretense. It's Manhattan dining with a Smith Street (Brooklyn) atmosphere.

For a romantic night, Saul is the only choice! For a great value, get the prix fixe- one example was roasted fig and goat cheese mixed green (watercress, mesclun) salad, crispy duck confit and pine-nut tart. They also give you little samplers from the kitchen, like pumpkin soup (currently a fave).

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