A new boutique hotel is set to offer Brooklynites and visitors a new place to stay when they visit the borough. GLō, a Best Western Hotels and Resorts-branded line of boutique properties, introduces GLō Brooklyn. The brand aims to provide a dynamic experience with modern amenities, groundbreaking architecture and stylish design.
GLō properties are designed with connected travelers in mind with details including digital keys, a digital concierge and plentiful communal workstations. The brand is already operating in Asheville; Ottawa; DeSoto, Texas; Lexington; and Nashville.
“GLō’s contemporary design perfectly reflects Brooklyn’s reputation as a lively neighborhood with a pulse on forward-thinking trends,” said Brad LeBlanc, senior vice president and chief development officer, Best Western.
The new property features 81 rooms, a large meeting area, contemporary workspaces and a fitness center.
GLō Brooklyn is located close to Manhattan — ideal for travelers who have business there, but want to stay in Brooklyn. The hotel is conveniently located near the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Barclays Center and more. Its close proximity to subway stops makes it the perfect spot to stay while exploring Brooklyn and beyond.
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