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Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel

228 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201-5303
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  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
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#33 of 104 hotels in Brooklyn
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Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel, the area's newest full-service hotel, is 1 MTA stop from Manhattan near MetroTech Ctr, Bklyn Heights, and BAM. We have 4,300sq ft of meeting space and a rooftop deck. Pool Hours: Mon- Fri 5pm-10pm Sat- Sun 10am- 10pm
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Property amenities
Valet parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Car hire
Business Centre with Internet Access
Paid private parking nearby
Paid internet
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Coffee shop
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Vending machine
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Rooftop terrace
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Room service
VIP room facilities
Flatscreen TV
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Room types
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish


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EhudSpe wrote a review 6 Jan
380 contributions68 helpful votes
Initially we planed on staying for 3 nights but, due to the bad experience and bad service in the hotel, we’ve decided to book a different hotel for the 3rd night. I know what the name Sheraton stands for. In my opinion, the Sheraton Brooklyn is not up to the Sheraton standard. The bad experience we had, includes the following: 1. There was a very weak water current / drip of water from the shower hose. But it was late and we were tired, we had to shower like that. Only in the next morning we called the reception to send someone to fix the issue. He replaced the whole tap, thus the problem was partially solved as the current was only slightly stronger. 2. The sheets that cover the bed, reach only 2/3 of the length of the bed, leaving the feet and the lower part of the leg with no sheet underneath. Never seen such a peculiar sheet arrangement in all of my 400 stays with Sheraton. Before we left for few hours we told the reception and they’ve committed to take care of it. On our return, we were surprised to find out that the sheets were arranged in this configuration again. We called the front desk and an unpleasant guy named Felix asked us the same questions again and again. The issue was not taken care of for a long time. After 2 hours someone arrived and brought with him several sheets, probably expecting that we would arrange the beds, as “all of the housekeeping personnel had left at 5pm”. In order to solve the “complex situation”, the front desk manager asked us to change a room. I told him that it will be easier for me to set up the bed by myself, as I have finally done. 3. Due to COVID restrictions the concierge lounge was not operating. There are many hotels in the chain that did operate the lounge (e.g. Marriot Detroit Troy in which we’ve stayed few days earlier) and others provided us with daily vouchers to replace the lounge (The Row hotel Boston our previous stay). In your hotel even the vouchers were not provided. 4. As a platinum guest I am intitled to get a free breakfast either in the lounge or a free breakfast instead of the welcome points. In this case I received only a voucher of 18$ and even though I had a very light breakfast (only one dish of eggs) with a cup of coffee, I ended up paying 10$ extra per person (that were not able to put on the room’s tab. All the dishes in the menu are 16-18$ before tax Breakfast experience was even worst, as the waiter that attended our table was working without a mask (which is mandatory in NYC). He was not willing to put it on, even after I’ve asked him twice to do so. 5. Parking – it was mentioned in the hotel info that there is parking service for 35$ daily. It is quite far to drive there and in addition, it was not mentioned that you are allowed to take your car out only once a day! Due to the above we stayed the 3rd night in a different hotel.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Michael N wrote a review Dec 2021
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When I checked into the Brooklyn Sheraton. I was initially placed in a room on the 3rd floor where I tried to get some sleep after an early cross country flight. I was unable to sleep due to a door slamming every 5 or so minutes. After several sleepless hours I returned to the lobby and explained the situation. I was informed that this was a known issue since the room was located next to a room with a spring-loaded door used by the hospitality staff, and was offered another room. The second room I was given was littered with quite frankly an embarrassing number of cleanliness and structural issues that I have listed below - One bed did not have a sheet on the mattress. - Almost no water pressure coming out of the showerhead - Shower handle that's loose - Dirt cleaned off of the shower floor by myself with a towel - Cracked tiles on the shower floor - Bent lamp shade - Deck had a full bag of food left by staff or a prior guest, bottles strewn on it, stained cushions, and a light falling out of the wall. - Dirt streaks in the sink. - Tissue residue on the bathroom counter. - Damaged tissue box. I went back to the lobby to inform staff about the issues and was told that I would need to speak with Manager Danny Lam when he arrived later that evening, I went to a pre-scheduled event and returned after midnight so I did not connect with Mr. Lam. Upon waking up this morning I again spoke to staff and asked for Mr Lam who I was informed would return later this evening. I was finally able to speak with Mr Lam just now who offered me 1/2 off a single night's stay and transfer to another room. The room transfer I could not accommodate because my roommate was not there at the time and I had a tight event schedule. Franky the condition of the hotel and the repeated lack of concern showed by the Staff made this easily the worst hospitality experience of my life. I have videos to show the water pressure issues that I don't seem able to upload.
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Date of stay: December 2021
RF-WMi wrote a review Dec 2021
Chicago, Illinois52 contributions60 helpful votes
I was originally booked next door at the Aloft, even though that property has apparently been closed for quite some time - although it is clearly not operating as a homeless shelter at the moment. My reservation was switched to the Sheraton 4 days before my trip "due to COVID" and I experienced some VERY un-Marriott customer service both on the phone and at the hotel in the resulting confusion. While Marriott offered to switch me to a different hotel when I called (I was concerned about the Aloft possibly operating as a homeless shelter), I would have had to pay the price difference, which of course was significant due to the last-minute change at their end. No offer of breakfast, points, vouchers or even a free coffee somewhere for the confusion and inconvenience. While I was assured I was getting "a deal" because the Sheraton was "higher-end" and "newly updated" (and they acted like it was a big favor that I was able to keep the rate I had at Aloft) I saw no evidence of this. Property is shabby. Lobby is tiny and odd, with decor considered elegant at one time I'm sure but now, not so much. Hotel key cards work intermittently, which means they often did not work in the elevator and took several attempts for room access. Room was a nice size, had a fridge but no microwave. Older style coffee maker with one coffee filter and a random tea bag. "Newly updated" seems to mean a USB hub next to the bed. Door to adjoining room was paper thin (Neighbor, I could hear your phone conversations with your mom, and I have some thoughts). Location is convenient to Hoyt St and Jay St/Metrotech subways, Fulton Street shops. I felt reasonably safe (solo female) walking to both subways, and could easily get to stops in Brooklyn and Manhattan. But I was and still am unimpressed with the entire ordeal and how Marriott and staff at the Sheraton handled the situation - that THEY created.
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Date of stay: December 2021
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: Avoid adjoining room set up - you'll have to ask about it, they will not offer the info
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S4659BD wrote a review Nov 2021
Houston, Texas22 contributions13 helpful votes
I booked a last minute one night stay here when I found myself in Brooklyn unexpectedly and needed a place to crash for the night. Definitely not my usual circumstances of traveling but as a Marriott Titanium member, I immediately assumed to find the closest Marriott and book it. It was after midnight and the Marriott site no longer allowed same-night bookings so I called the property directly. The front desk staff told me they were sold out. (first lie) Then I called the Marriott 1-800 number to see what properties were not sold out... Turns out Sheriton Brooklyn was one of them and they made me reservation. I showed up at the hotel shortly thereafter and the front desk people seemed unwilling or unable to find my reservation or to check me in. I spent maybe half an hour at the counter while they fumbled around with their computer, asked me the same questions over and over, repeatedly insisted that I was mistaken about the date of my own reservation (I was not mistaken), didn't offer me any kind assistance at all, and eventually I had to just give up and walk away from the property. While I was waiting for the one unhelpful desk person to not find my reservation, I asked the other person about the hotels amenities and there are none. For example there is no breakfast, not to buy, nothing free for platinums. "Because covid". Also noticed that the Aloft next door (which is really just the same building divided into two, separately branded properties owned by the same operator) had a lobby full of security staff and it looked a bit like a TSA screening area. This is because the Aloft is now operating as a homeless shelter. And, overall, the area late at night is dark, sketchy, and even though I have lived in New York City and have been in many questionable neighborhoods....this street I actually felt nervous walking around by myself. Especially nervous to be carrying a backpack including some valuables. So, eventually, they shrug at me, like "I don't know what you want us to do" and I gave up and left. Marriott has a guarantee that if you book a room and they won't check you in, you get a considerable compensation. So of course after this incident I contacted Marriott and asked to be compensated and that's when the hotel started to shamelessly lie - because it would be the hotel themselves who actually has to pay the guest not Marriott. The hotel claimed I had intentionally cancelled my own reservation (no) and after that excuse was proven false they came up with 2 or 3 more new and completely different explanations, all with the intent of weaseling out of the guarantee. Eventually Marriott threw me some comp themselves but I would caution all travelers to stay as far away from this dump as possible.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
LnS2004 wrote a review Nov 2021
Cypress, California5989 contributions362 helpful votes
While we liked the convenient location and proximity to City Point with nice food courts, this was a disappointing stay. The front desk service was less than satisfactory and not responsive. The environment was not calming: with noisy hallway chatter, constant door slamming, and persistent, mysterious late night, sleep-disturbing grinding sound during our stay. Not sure if sound came from heaters, elevators (our room was sandwiched between elevator banks) or outside after-hour construction. Adding to this complaint was the weak shower water pressure and the lack of storage space for unpacking that further made it an unpleasant stay.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
US$120 - US$347 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesNew YorkBrooklynDowntown Brooklyn
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Brooklyn Tabernacle (0.3 km), Bargemusic (0.1 km), and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (0.07 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
Yes, paid private parking nearby, paid public parking nearby, and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Dekalb Market Hall, Shake Shack, and Forno Rosso Pizzeria.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Is Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 km away from the centre of Brooklyn.
Are any cleaning services offered at Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.