Panoramic views and a relaxed atmosphere
The William Vale hotel is located in the heart of Brooklyn, on the East Side River banks, in New York’s liveliest Williamsburg neighborhood.
Named in homage to hipster farmer William Vail who once owned the land it now rests on, the William Vale perfectly embodies the neighborhood’s ambitious makeover. Designed by the architect Albo Liberis, the hotel features a 22-storey contemporary structure set on exposed beams that form the two letters WV. The interiors were made by the Canadians of Studio Munge.
Opened in 2016, the hotel has 183 guest rooms (including 25 suites) all fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows opening onto balconies with panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline. The Vale Garden Residence suite is a 120 sqm duplex penthouse that boasts a private terrace with an outdoor Jacuzzi. Sober, chic, modern, the decor, dominated by gray, white and gold, with black metal accents, features white walls, hardwood floors, light wood furniture, a soft gray confortable sofa, Frette white bed linen, a geometric patterned rug, artworks by local artists, and a Flos globe bedside lamp. The monochrome white bathrooms have a bathtub or rain shower, black taps and L’Occitane bath products.
The hotel offers several catering options, supervised by award-winning chef Andrew Carmellini. Leuca, located on the ground floor, offers wood-fired cuisine inspired by southern Italy. Westlight, located on the 22nd floor is a panoramic cocktail bar with a breathtaking view on the river and the skyscrapers. There is also an Airstream in food truck mode which offers typical New York burgers. The hotel houses New York’s longest swimming pool (20 meters long), a raised park offering a green oasis, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
The William Vale hotel is the epitome of an urban resort.
We love The William Vale for:
Room with balcony
Several catering options
Double room from 189 € per night during low season.
Extra charges for breakfast.