Hotel with Parking near Barclays Center
MAP & DIRECTIONS TO NU HOTEL
NU Hotel Brooklyn is located at the center of four great neighborhoods: Boerum Hill, Downtown Brooklyn, Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill. Opened in 2008, NU Hotel Brooklyn, a member of the Independent Collection, was founded on the premise that Brooklyn is a destination in and of itself with a plethora of restaurants, shops, and culture to discover and experience. That is truer today than it was then. For directions, plug in your address above using the embedded Google map.
PARKING AT NU HOTEL
If you are planning on driving, Nu Hotel offers an exclusive on-line parking package, which includes accommodations and parking for one car at the parking garage adjacent to the hotel, GMGC Parking (please note, with our parking package there are no in-and-out-privileges).
If you are traveling to the hotel on a different rate plan or just for a short visit, we recommend parking at GMGC Parking, located at 75 Smith Street. For your convenience, we have provided the below pricing:
Overnight Parking (based on type of vehicle):
- $45 for regular sized vehicles
- $50 for oversized vehicles
* Rates are subject to change and do not include in-and-out privileges. Parking fees will be settled whenever a car is taken out of the garage.
For more information regarding the garage rates, policies, and procedures, please contact GGMC Parking – 75 Smith St at (718) 643-0593. Please note, NU Hotel does not validate parking unless it is purchased in advance with our exclusive, online-only parking package.
Street parking is also available near the hotel, which is located in a residential neighborhood – but as with all big city streets, don’t forget to read those pesky parking signs!
SUBWAY & TRANSPORTATION TO NU HOTEL
JFK and LaGuardia airports are an easy cab ride to NU Hotel Brooklyn.
So you want to take the subway? We’re close to a variety of subway lines that will take you anywhere you need to go in New York City! Trains you can catch near us include the F and G at Bergen Street, the A and C at Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street, the R at Jay Street-MetroTech, the 2 and 3 at Hoyt Street, and the 4 and 5 at Borough Hall. Pretend you are a real New Yorker by plugging where you are coming from here for step-by-step directions.