Free treats, parking and Wi-Fi meet steps from the subway and shops at the stylish non-smoking Hotel le Bleu in Park Slope. Plush bedding, free Wi-Fi, 42-inch flat-panel HDTVs, iPod docks, DVD players and premium coffeemakers come furnished within 48 non-smoking, chic rooms at the seven-story Hotel le Bleu. Guests are greeted with a welcome package full of free drinks and snacks, and a complimentary breakfast basket is served each morning, plus a welcome snack add sweet and savory amenities to the mix. Guests in for work appreciate the 24-hour business center. Parking is free, a rarity in the area. The hotel is in Brooklyn's Park Slope neighborhood, one block west of bustling cafes and boutiques and within walking distance of two subway stops. It's within a 15-minute stroll of Prospect Park, home to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the Brooklyn Museum. Guests are also one mile from the Barclays Center and BAM and within a 25-minute subway ride of Manhattan, while both LaGuardia and JFK international airports are 12 miles away. }
Pros: They have parking.
Cons: For the price, it was pretty bare bones. They do provide a light breakfast that they deliver. Otherwise the staff weren't overly friendly. For a hotel there wasn't any real hospitality.
Pros: The hotel was just as pictured... aesthetically stunning!
Cons: This is definitely a more adult hotel... while there is no mention of it, there ARE welcome boxes of an extremely mature nature which sure left me answering tough questions from my three children!!!
Pros: The room was clean but I was placed on a floor that was incomplete. Rooms were not complete so every morning I was disturbed by the workers speaking loudly and slamming doors.
Cons: The staff at this hotel was extremely rude. They charged me for something in the mini bar that I did not consume. When I approached the front desk about the issue I was told it was nothing she could do. Staff sleeping. Horrible customer service.
Pros: Safety, Cleaning,good Way to Subway, friendly staff
Pros: Free parking - first come, first serve
Cons: Right after we left I was charged for something that was not consumed, and even though I have contacted them multiple times by email and by phone, I have not heard back and have not been refunded.
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