|"Very nice and helpful staff"||(in 125 reviews)|
|"Rooms large and beautifully decorated."||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Very friendly and helpful."||(in 19 reviews)|
|"Did not sleep due to street noise."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"No restaurant or bar"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Very noisy, very little insulation between rooms, noisy street traffic including dump trucks outside."||(in 4 reviews)|
|friendly staff||in 282 reviews|
|lovely hotel||in 150 reviews|
|free shuttle||in 127 reviews|
|room was great||in 76 reviews|
|brooklyn||in 62 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 55 reviews|
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|close to many restaurants||in 43 reviews|
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|friendly and helpful||in 27 reviews|
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|norman||in 14 reviews|
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Unique hotel, very comfortable, friendly and helpful staff (( (Especially Darren and Nigel!) They have a car service and happily picked me up at the subway stop when I got in and the next day drove me to my daughter 's apartment when it was snowing and I was loaded down with holiday presents. Unbelievable!
Being an old building, there's not a lot of insulation between floors and I could hear the guests who stayed above me.
Beautiful, hip place to stay
The staff was kind, attentive, and incredibly accommodating. The rooms were clean and incredibly spacious.
Great room, some weaknesses
(1) Large clean space/rooms, great bed. (2) Great friendly staff. (3) Shuttle. (4) Free water and fruit in lobby. (5) Great TV including premium networks (6) Very useful maps and other hand-outs at desk..(7) Internet.(8) Restaurants and subway within walking distance but nothing immediately near hotel.
Weaknesses: (1) They filled most of refrigerator with over- priced drinks. Annoying though some would find it a plus. Would rather see this stuff and more sold out of the way in the lobby.(2) Sold only junk food-nothing substantial for the microwave. An essentially a foodless hotel. Strangely no breakfast at all - most hotels provide something. (3) Complex difficult to use clock alarm. (4) no paper towels.
To visit Brooklyn is to visit the heart of it. The Henry Norman Hotel allows guests to truly visit Brooklyn because it is located in the heart of the action. This hotel is surrounded by Greenpoint’s recently renovated industrial sector as well as countless stages and production offices.
For easy transportation and sightseeing, the Henry Norman Hotel offers a complimentary shuttle service. It is also 10 minutes walking from the nearest subway station. This hotel encompasses the atmosphere of Brooklyn by mixing culture with luxury.
A couple of blocks away from the Henry Norman Hotel is Monsignor McGolrick Park. The park has more than 9 acres. Guests at the Henry Norman Hotel can experience a bit of nature right in the heart of Brooklyn thanks to this treasured park.
Guests can take a culinary adventure by visiting nearby restaurants and bars. Vinnie’s is a creative pizzeria that offers vegan options. Just a few blocks away is Goldie’s Bar which serves creative cocktails and gives a Las Vegas throwback feel. Although dining is not currently offered at the hotel, it will be coming soon. Guests should expect some creative and delicious culinary options in the future.
The Henry Norman Hotel was once a 19th-century warehouse but was converted into a hotel that can provide 52 rooms for guests. It was established in 2012, however, it has kept the historic feel of the building and neighborhood. Now equipped with a sauna and fitness center, this 19th-century warehouse has become a place of luxury.
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The historic background of the hotel building can be seen in the industrial, yet chic, loft style in which the rooms were designed. A hodgepodge of vintage furnishing and found objects add to the nostalgic ambiance that infuses every room, meshed with contemporary pieces of local artists. With the onsite hotel living room for all guests, it radiates a cozy atmosphere where guests can mingle and feel truly at home.
For a getaway for two, the Studios are a great choice, as they are smaller in size than the extensive suites, but with just as much luxury and comfort. As the rooms feature a desk and sitting area, it gives you a feeling of renting your own little home in Brooklyn while the outdoor terrace with city views makes for a memorable selfie or group photo.
As part of their extensive services, the Henry Norman Hotel also allows check-ins and check-outs outside the regular times upon request. To benefit from these services, you have to contact the hotel beforehand, and both services are subject to a fee that depends on how early or late you want to arrive or leave. Complimentary luggage storage is also provided, if you arrive early and want to immediately head off into Brooklyn.
The ideal location for bachelorette, birthday, and anniversary parties, the Henry Norman Hotel features a group package that gives you a discount on your overall stay. When opting to stay during the week instead of weekend, you can also benefit from weekday discounts. Rate reductions also apply when you need to stay longer in Brooklyn and book more than five nights at the hotel.
In their various suites, there is plenty of room for families to enjoy during their visit to the Henry Norman Hotel, with a queen-sized double bed and pull-out sofa for up to four people. Extra beds cannot be accommodated in the rooms, but if you need even more space, you can consider booking the Two Bedroom Penthouse Loft that has a capacity for up to six people and features a roof deck. Note that one child under 12 can stay for free with parents and the extensive television network provided by the hotel also features a range of child-friendly programs for evening entertainment.
When coming by car, it will be a 15-30m ride, depending on traffic. Start off on Grand Central Parkway at the airport and turn left onto Brooklyn Queens Expressway E and I-278 W towards Queens Midtown Expressway. Take exit 35 from the interstate and continue to Queens Midtown Expressway, before turning left onto Greenpoint Avenue. Turn right onto Bradley Avenue, and another left onto Van Dam Street. You will merge back onto Greenpoint Avenue, from where you will then turn left onto N Henry Street where the hotel is located.
Henry Norman Hotel is located at 251 North Henry Street in Greenpoint, 3.5 miles from the center of Brooklyn. MoMA PS1 is the closest landmark to Henry Norman Hotel.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Henry Norman Hotel.
Yes, Henry Norman Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Henry Norman Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Henry Norman Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Henry Norman Hotel is 5 miles from New York LaGuardia.
No, pets are not allowed at Henry Norman Hotel.
No, Henry Norman Hotel does not have a pool onsite.