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From the moment you drive into the neighbourhood, a few blocks down from the hotel, you can see a tall architectural masterpiece. You can truly see why The William Vale has found a home in Brooklyn’s most world-renowned creative sector. From the moment we entered the hotel, we knew we were in for a pretty special stay.

The William Vale’s rich appearance continued as we stepped into an elegant lobby that was bursting with personality. From greeting us with an iced coffee to offering tips for our stay in the neighbourhood, the details are what made our time at the hotel special. In a matter of minutes, we realised this was likely a location we would want to revisit again. With incredible views across the New York skyline, The William Vale also had brilliant viewing spots of Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Upper East Side. 

The rooms were modern and furnished with cutting-edge designs while still maintaining a homely feel. This wasn’t just another modern hotel, but a stay that had thought of everything. And, if that wasn’t stylish enough, the hotel also featured the Vale Pool; the longest outdoor hotel pool in the city. You can take a swim while looking out at the stunning views of NYC and take a break on one of the luxurious chaise lounges, sipping a cocktail and soaking up the Brooklyn sun. You can even make yourself feel like you’re by the beach and book an exclusive cabana and poolside daybeds.

And, for the evening, when the sun starts to set, The William Vales 22nd-floor rooftop bar offers sweeping, 360-degree views of New York City. You can experience the views with taste Carmellini’s menu of small plates reflects inspiration from global street food. If you go up just one floor, you can access the Turf Club in the summer months, bringing lawn games and speciality cocktails for the season. 

The vibrancy of their dining offering to their ability to bring the culture and creativity of Brooklyn makes this a hotel for everyone.

Just this summer, The William Vale has an incredible inclusive programme of events:

  • VALE(mini)GOLF (Relaunches Late-May): A bespoke 9-hole mini golf at Vale Park is perfect for families, especially with Father’s Day coming up. TWV is partnering with NAMI-NYC (National Alliance on Mental Illness of New York City) again where $1 of each player’s admission fee will be donated to the organisation.
  • Vale Cinema Series (May 22nd, June 26, July 24, August 21, September 18 at 8PM): Monthly film series at their rooftop green space The Turf Club overlooking the iconic views of NYC. Guests could enjoy movie-inspired snacks and speciality drinks while lounging on the lawn ($23 / person) or comfy lounge seats ($28 / person).
  • Beginner Salsa Classes (June 7th, July 12th, August 2nd, September 6th at 6:30PM-8:30PM): Open to all levels, enjoy evening salsa class with the family and sharpen those dance moves with the Balia Society at the hotel’s outdoor plaza. Food and drinks by award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini’s Leuca will be available for purchase. The dance class will be $15/person at 6:30pm, and a free salsa party will follow at 7:30pm. Tickets can be reserved here.

If you ask us, a single night at The William Vale will have you converted into a long-term lodger in no time.