Brooklyn's largest hotel, the 667-room New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, has completed its $45 million renovation. Among the enhancements are redesigns of the lobby and the debut of the M Club Lounge and upgrades to the property's more than 44,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
The guest rooms have been redesigned with a neutral color palette with Technicolor accents, floor-to-ceiling murals based on a photograph of the Brooklyn Bridge and oversized lampshades that evoke Brooklyn's rooftop water towers. Each room has been outfitted with a table and a sofa, LED light fixtures and an open closet; the bathrooms also have been remodeled.
The M Club Lounge, free for Marriott Rewards members, offers complimentary breakfast, refreshments and evening hors d'oeuvres.
"We are thrilled to announce the grand unveil of our $45 million renovation that emphasizes Brooklyn's dynamic culture and forward-thinking nature," said Sam Ibrahim, general manager of the property. "Through the hotel's total metamorphosis, we have accomplished our main goal: to provide an experiential journey into one of the most diverse, innovative and eccentric destinations in the United States and the world. Our renovations are deliberate and thoughtful, allowing our guests to take home an authentic taste of the borough."