The Hoxton is opening in Williamsburg this September

We love Williamsburg and The Hoxton, so combining both is a dream come true, no?

We’re not sure about you guys, but when we find a hotel we love, we tend to return. With this in mind, when in London on business, we often return to The Hoxton, in Shoreditch, for various reasons.

Firstly, we find it’s good value, particularly if you stay early in the week. The hotel is well maintained. Rooms can be small but very comfortable, there’s a little free breakfast bag on your door as early as 6am on a morning, you can easily request a late checkout and they often accommodate your request, plus each Hoxton has a top-notch coffee shop and is a hangout area as a replacement office.

So, we’re super-excited that The Hoxton is coming to Williamsburg, New York, which has a very similar vibe to Shoreditch, this September. Better still, book now and you can secure an overnight stay for as little as $89 + taxes, right through to July 2019.

What can you expect to find in the Williamsburg version of The Hoxton? Located in an area we know well, it’s handy for the local restaurants and coffee shops, with a short work to the metro. With 175 rooms, it’s not a small hotel. The room design is different from what we’re used to in the London Hoxton using plush velvet, concrete ceilings and brass detail. What you do get is a collection of books from local authors which should keep you occupied on a rainy day.

As the Williamsburg Hoxton was designed from the old Rosenwach Factory, expect big spaces, high ceilings and restored brickwork throughout. Expect to find three restaurants, a lobby space and huge rooftop bar which also looks like it could be a cool hangout area during the day.

View a collection of images from The Hoxton, Williamsburg, below.

Only the smallest Cosy rooms (usually $249) are available at the pre-opening special discounted price of $89 and even those are going fast. From our experience, a Cosy room is fine for a 1 or 2-night stay.

Go to The Hoxton website for more information.


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The co-founder of Short Motivation, Chris originates from a technology background, initially developing software and then migrating to the international magazine industry for the last 15 years. The idea for Short Motivation came from travelling through 2011 and eventually became reality six years later, in 2017.