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Mapping the Many Hotels of Williamsburg Present and Future

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Developers recently caught wind of the fact that Williamsburg is a place where out-of-towners might like to stay and started slapping up hotels left and right. In addition to such popular places as the Wythe Hotel and the King & Grove Williamsburg, which both opened in 2012, there are a bunch of lesser known projects that already existed or are in the process of being developed. Plus, the neighborhood has some more affordable hostels if you're not in the business of spending multiple hundreds per night on a room. We've put all the Williamsburg hotels (well, all the ones we could think of) including the as-of-yet-unbuilt ones on one handy map.

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King & Grove Williamsburg

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This 64-room hotel has a rooftop bar, lounge, and pool. Rooms come with a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, and an iPod docking station, and there's room service available.

Hotel Le Jolie

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Described (by us) as "that odd boutique hotel next to the BQE," the Hotel Le Jolie is apparently popular with aging rock stars.

Pointe Plaza Hotel

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Rates at the Pointe Plaza start around $100/night. Yelp reviewers are mostly transfixed with the fact that it is located in a primarily Hasidic neighborhood.

Wythe Hotel

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Probably Williamsburg's most well-known hotel, the Morris Adjmi-designed Wythe has 70 rooms.

Sumner Hotel

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The Sumner Hotel, located off the JMZ line, also has rates starting around $100/night and offers free continental breakfast.

Condor Hotel

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Technically in Bed-Stuy but who's counting, the Condor Hotel, developed by hoteliers Zelig Weiss and Zalman Glauber, has something called "Condor moments," which it describes thusly: "Condor 'moments' are the result of both planned and spontaneous guest interactions." So that sounds weird, but it seems like a pretty nice hotel.

New York Loft Hostel

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The New York Loft Hostel looks pretty nice for a hostel, and the reviews online are mostly positive. It allows a maximum stay of 21 days and has storage available fore a mere $3/day.

B Hotel & Hostel

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The B Hotel & Hostel advertises its "multi-language friendly staff" and its common areas which include a TV, computers, and a ping-pong table.

175 Broadway

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The team that redid the Williamsburgh Savings Bank is also planning a towering 40-story hotel for the lot next door. Last we heard they were looking for funding, although it has been intimated that the project is moving forward.

96 Wythe Avenue

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Although the insane design from HWKN that appeared on the internet a couple months ago is not actually in the cards, there is going to be a hotel built on the site, a block from the Wythe Hotel. We just don't know who developer Heritage Equity Partners has selected as the architect.

500 Metropolitan Place

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Joseph Chetrit's brother Meyer is planning a 14-story hotel with spaces for restaurants/bars and retail and condo units on top for 500 Metropolitan Place. The architect was originally going to be Gene Kaufman (a Chetrit family favorite) but he has been replaced by Kutnicki Bernstein.

55 Wythe Avenue

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Yet another one on Wythe, a one-story warehouse at 55 Wythe Avenue is being replaced by a 20-story, 183-room hotel from developers Zelig Weiss and Zalman Glauber, of Condor Hotel fame.

The Pod Hotel

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Charles Blaichman filed plans in January for a new five-story Pod Hotel with around 255 rooms. The building will be designed by Garrison Architects, who were, last we heard, weighing the pros and cons of modular construction.

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King & Grove Williamsburg

This 64-room hotel has a rooftop bar, lounge, and pool. Rooms come with a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, and an iPod docking station, and there's room service available.

Hotel Le Jolie

Described (by us) as "that odd boutique hotel next to the BQE," the Hotel Le Jolie is apparently popular with aging rock stars.

Pointe Plaza Hotel

Rates at the Pointe Plaza start around $100/night. Yelp reviewers are mostly transfixed with the fact that it is located in a primarily Hasidic neighborhood.

Wythe Hotel

Probably Williamsburg's most well-known hotel, the Morris Adjmi-designed Wythe has 70 rooms.

Sumner Hotel

The Sumner Hotel, located off the JMZ line, also has rates starting around $100/night and offers free continental breakfast.

Condor Hotel

Technically in Bed-Stuy but who's counting, the Condor Hotel, developed by hoteliers Zelig Weiss and Zalman Glauber, has something called "Condor moments," which it describes thusly: "Condor 'moments' are the result of both planned and spontaneous guest interactions." So that sounds weird, but it seems like a pretty nice hotel.

New York Loft Hostel

The New York Loft Hostel looks pretty nice for a hostel, and the reviews online are mostly positive. It allows a maximum stay of 21 days and has storage available fore a mere $3/day.

B Hotel & Hostel

The B Hotel & Hostel advertises its "multi-language friendly staff" and its common areas which include a TV, computers, and a ping-pong table.

175 Broadway

The team that redid the Williamsburgh Savings Bank is also planning a towering 40-story hotel for the lot next door. Last we heard they were looking for funding, although it has been intimated that the project is moving forward.

96 Wythe Avenue

Although the insane design from HWKN that appeared on the internet a couple months ago is not actually in the cards, there is going to be a hotel built on the site, a block from the Wythe Hotel. We just don't know who developer Heritage Equity Partners has selected as the architect.

500 Metropolitan Place

Joseph Chetrit's brother Meyer is planning a 14-story hotel with spaces for restaurants/bars and retail and condo units on top for 500 Metropolitan Place. The architect was originally going to be Gene Kaufman (a Chetrit family favorite) but he has been replaced by Kutnicki Bernstein.

55 Wythe Avenue

Yet another one on Wythe, a one-story warehouse at 55 Wythe Avenue is being replaced by a 20-story, 183-room hotel from developers Zelig Weiss and Zalman Glauber, of Condor Hotel fame.

The Pod Hotel

Charles Blaichman filed plans in January for a new five-story Pod Hotel with around 255 rooms. The building will be designed by Garrison Architects, who were, last we heard, weighing the pros and cons of modular construction.