The New York City Marriott Brooklyn Bridge is part of the Renaissance Plaza complex adjacent to Brooklyn's courthouses, municipal buildings and the Metro Tech Center. Lower Manhattan and the New York City financial district are ten minutes away via the Brooklyn Bridge located just one half mile from the hotel. This full-service property offers deluxe accommodations and superior facilities including concierge level rooms, bar and restaurant, health club and meeting facilities for up to twenty-six hundred people reception style in the grand ballroom. • Atlantic Center - 1 mile • Brooklyn Academy/BAM - 1/2 mile • Brooklyn Children's Museum - 3 miles • Chinatown - 2 miles • Empire State Building - 5 miles • Grand Central Station - 5 miles • Greenwich Village - 2.5 miles • Jacob Javits Convention Center - 5 miles • Little Italy - 2.2 miles The hotel's Club Tower houses 280 rooms with views of Lower Manhattan, the Brooklyn Bridge, and Brooklyn. Renovated in May 2007, the spacious guestrooms feature Marriott’s Revive Collection bedding: 300-thread-count cotton linens with white-and-beige design; down comforter with cotton cover, freshly laundered for each guest; six down pillows, including bolster; and a separate mattress topper. Other amenities include high-speed Internet access (surcharge) and two multi-line phones—one with a speaker. TVs provide video games, pay movies, and Internet access via wireless keyboard (surcharge). One of Brooklyn's few full-service hotels, the Marriott NYC Brooklyn Bridge is conveniently situated in Brooklyn's downtown core between MetroTech Center and the New York State Supreme Court building. The hotel is an easy walk to Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, and Brooklyn Heights. Manhattan is about a 10-minute subway ride away, with nine major MTA subway lines within one block of the hotel. The Marriott's 12,000-square-foot health club features a 75-foot, four-lane, indoor lap pool and a six-person spa tub. Complimentary aerobics classes are conducted in the pool twice weekly. Overlooking the pool is a large fitness center containing cardio machines, weight machines, and free weights. The hotel also offers Archives Restaurant and Bar, serving American cuisine in an elegant space decorated with Brooklyn art and artifacts on loan from the Brooklyn Museum of Art. • Ice skating • Swimming on site • Racquetball/squash • Running track/path • Tennis • Aerobics • Pilates classes/instruction • Yoga classes/instruction • Horse riding/rental • Bird watching • Playground • Check-In: 4:00 PM • Checkout: 11:00 AM • Major credit cards are accepted Directions From JFK International Airport (20 mile E) Belt Pkwy west to Brooklyn/Queens Expressway(I-278) east; exit Atlantic Ave, turn right at light. Continue 4 lights to Boerum Place and turn left. Hotel is 5 blocks ahead on the right. The Archives Restaurant - Open daily for lunch (buffet Tuesday-Friday) and dinner. Breakfast buffet and à la carte offered Monday-Saturday and brunch buffet on Sunday. Warm woods, horseshoe-shaped booths, banquettes, and dining tables in raised section. Brooklyn memorabilia displayed in glass cases at entrance. The Archives Bar - Expansive bar/lounge popular with locals after work. Green leatherette banquettes, upholstered seating, square bar. Big-screen television. Lunch/dinner menu with choices such as fried mozzarella, lemongrass spring rolls, soups, salads, burgers, and pizza.