Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 2019

The William Vale

111 North 12th Street
11249 Brooklyn
The William Vale is Brooklyn’s newest hotel and nightlife offering in the popular Williamsburg section of the borough.

The William Vale is Brooklyn’s newest hotel and nightlife offering in the popular Williamsburg section of the borough. The hotel has 183 contemporary luxury guest rooms, including 25 beautiful suites offering spectacular views of Manhattan and the East River. Additionally, The William Vale features a variety of outlets to enjoy as a part of your stay, or for an evening out. Award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group operate Southern Italian restaurant Leuca, as well as rooftop bar Westlight, with its sweeping 360 degree views of New York. For those looking for a playful option, Mister Dips, a retro-fitted 1974 airstream, is located on Vale Park, serving burgers, fries, and seasonal dairy dips. The William Vale also has 38,000 square feet of retail space with offerings including Du's Donuts, and the hotel boasts the longest outdoor pool in Brooklyn. In all of our offerings, we focus on providing a truly memorable Brooklyn New York experience for each and every guest.

Use the promo code FRIEZE2018 when booking your room at The William Vale for a discounted rate.  For reservations please call +1 718-631-8400 or email christine@thewilliamvale.com

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