Modern decor, free Wi-Fi, a rooftop deck and a location that's not far from Park Slope make the Union Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member a fashionable choice. Deco chandeliers and ceilings hand-painted by local graffiti artists give the four-story Union Hotel an edge. All 48 non-smoking rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-panel cable TVs, pillowtop mattresses, iPod docks, refrigerators and coffeemakers. Buckle down in the business center or kick back on the rooftop terrace. The Union Hotel is between Third and Fourth avenues in the Boerum Hill district near shops and restaurants in trendy Park Slope. It's two blocks from Union Street station on the R subway line. Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum are all within one mile. Downtown Brooklyn sights such as the New York Transit Museum are one mile north, and the Brooklyn Bridge is two-and-a-half miles away. Manhattan attractions such as the Empire State Building, Times Square and Central Park are 20 minutes north. JFK International Airport is 15 miles east and LaGuardia Airport is 15 miles northeast. }
Pros: Cleanliness is very important to me. I stayed in two different rooms both small but White glove clean.
Cons: The soaps/shower supplies weren't comparable to what i use day to day. Although the rooms are small the two that I stayed in were bigger than rooms at the Paramount in Manhattan. This is NYC. Out of towners are usually shocked at the real estate valu
Cons: Rooms are small.
Pros: It was super close to the venue we had to attend
Cons: It was the tiniest hotel room I've ever stayed in. My boyfriend and I couldn't move around at the same time.
Cons: the room was to small, the sheets were not clean
Pros: Great room and bed.
Cons: Dead cockroach in room
Pros: Not much. Bed was comfortable once you could get into it.
Cons: The room was listed as a Ã¢â‚¬Å“standardÃ¢â‚¬Â room. What it was - an afterthought! They made a room out of a closet. Since there's not enough space to express my dismay, suffice it to say that this hotel sucks and I will never stay there again.
Cons: Rooms were ridiculously small.
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