Once among the city’s most industrial neighborhoods, Williamsburg emerged as the gritty epicenter of New York’s counter-culture in the late 1980’s. The plentiful supply of dormant factories and warehouses served as a useful landscape for many of the city’s most significant and pioneering visual artists, musicians, poets, and experimental theater. By the late 90’s, Williamsburg became an international icon as a “hipster-haven” and a hotbed of youth culture. Today, Williamsburg remains one of New York’s most vibrant and trendy neighborhoods; and a destination for those seeking chic restaurants, independent shops, avant-garde galleries, and abundant nightlife.
Pod Brooklyn is officially open — book now!
We call our room Pods because they are compact spaces that maximize efficiency and eliminate excess. At Pod Brooklyn, each room has its own private bathroom, climate control, and flat screen TV with connectivity to your personal devices. Picture windows overlook our custom courtyards, allowing you to experience the beauty of the great outdoors. Ready for sleep? Slide those shutters closed to block it all out, creating a cozy space to rest and reflect.
Our restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch & dinner with indoor, outdoor & rooftop seating.*
The wraparound staircase in our lobby leads to a second floor mezzanine, which provides a flexible work and lounge space.
Our four rooftops* will offer breathtaking views of lower Manhattan, with space to exercise, lounge, hold private events, and more! Enjoy refreshments and light bites on the main rooftop.* Oversize guest room windows overlook our green courtyards, creating an expansive and social environment.