The property that kicked off Brooklyn's hip hotel scene.
Brooklyn's become quite the "it" borough in recent years. But although plenty of cool shops and restaurants have opened around here, it took some time for the trendy hotel scene to take off. Hotel Le Bleu was the first boutique hotel to open in the über popular neighborhood of Park Slope. This eight-story tower, designed by Andres Escobar, has 48 rooms loaded with all the perks of a modern, hip hostelry: 42-inch plasma-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and Bose stereo systems. Guests also enjoy views of the Brooklyn and south Manhattan skylines. The white and blue interiors can be slightly hard on the eyes, but the cozy goose-down comforters and Egyptian linens certainly make up for it. For New York City visitors hankering to explore Brooklyn, Le Bleu is the destination. Head up to the top of the hotel and check out The Rooftop Restaurant and Lounge, a dining room with rustic accents, paired with a sleek rooftop lounge, serving contemporary American fare and magnificent views of the New York skyline.
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