I've stayed in multiple EVEN hotels and always found them comfortable and clean, with thoughtful details that make being on the road easier. This was not the case at the Brooklyn hotel. The rooms are too tiny to take advantage of the in-room fitness zone, which was the main reason we booked at EVEN. Additionally, they did not have any space in front of the hotel to unload our car, and the luggage carts they used were the kind with the handle brakes that are impossible to maneuver through the entrance, which does not have automatic doors. Those who live in New York know that you don't have more than a minute or two to stop traffic to unload a car, so the lack of assistance or setup was frustrating.
Additionally, the parking arrangement with the Holiday Inn across the street was confusing. We got sent between the two hotels twice before figuring out the process for parking our car with the Holiday Inn. Not a good start to our stay. The king bed room was also only stocked for one person – one towel, one coffee, etc. We had to keep calling the front desk for a second of each thing since we were traveling as a couple.More
- Free Wifi