The William Vale
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1. Connect to the WiFi associated with your room
2. Download the MyAway App for Apple or Android
3. Select My Media on the TV screen
4. Launch MyAway app on your smartphone and connect with guestroom WiFi
5. The MyAway app can now act as your TV remote
6. Use a Screen Mirroring App or Apple Airplay to begin mirroring
7. Select streaming service on your smartphone and enjoy your favorite show or movie
In our best effort to stay green, safe and contactless, we offer complimentary unlimited access and downloads to all 75,000 newspapers and magazines from all over the world in 60 different languages.
To log in:
1. Be sure you are connected to the hotel WiFi (instructions above)
2. Download the Press Reader App on your mobile phone or go to Pressreader.com on your laptop.
Please note Press Reader does not carry the New York Times or Wall Street Journal.
On Property Dining
Southern Italian inspired restaurant located on the lobby level dining serving house-made pastas, wood-fired pizzas and rustic dishes.
Tuesday-Thursday: 5pm - 10pm
Friday & Saturday: 5pm - 11pm
Saturday: 11am - 3pm
Sunday: 11am - 4pm
Rooftop bar located on the 22nd floor with sweeping views of the city skyline featuring signature cocktails alongside a menu of small and large bites.
Griddled burgers, waffle fries and playful, seasonal dairy dips served out of a retrofitted 1974 Airstream trailer located in Vale Park.
View menu here.
No reservations needed!
On Property Experiences
Visit our Cultural Programming page here for upcoming events and experiences on property.
Coming to The William Vale September 17th through October 24th, LA-based mixed media artist, Jen Stark, is bringing her latest exhibition “Cascade” to Brooklyn. This interactive art exhibition featuring 6,000 sq ft of ihypnotic projections, mind-bending murals, and transformative sculptures is the artist’s most ambitious project to date. Get your tickets here.
On Property Services
Laundry slip and bag available in your closet
Express overnight service is available daily
Daily housekeeping service once daily
on lower level with computer, printer and WiFi
instructions to access found in the In-room Technology section of the compendium
located in plaza available 24/7
is located on every other floor
use room key on left side of hallway when you get off elevator
We do not have microwaves for guest room use
For in-room maintenance, please call the front desk (0)
Soft touch have been removed and are available by request. All guest deliveries will be contact-free. Text 718-795-2297 or dial 0 on your in-room phone.
Extra bathroom products
Extra coffee pods
Also available by request are cribs, pack and plays and desks.
The fitness center is located on the fourth floor and is complimentary to hotel guests open 24/7.
The William Vale is delighted to have secured a fitness partnership with Freemotion from iFIT – a world’s leading provider of commercial fitness equipment. Freemotion is part of the iFIT family of brands, which also includes at-home fitness giants NordicTrack and ProForm.
Experience a new level of wellness and fitness in our new state-of-the-art fitness center equipped with Freemotion equipment. All the cardio machines are connected to the iFIT digital fitness platform, one of the world’s largest subscription-based fitness platforms, so guests at The William Vale are in for a treat. iFIT provides live and on-demand content and offers an ever-growing library of thousands of engaging, interactive, coach-led workouts. From studio classes and cross-training workouts to yoga and recovery, the platform’s unique experiential content places the user at the heart of workouts.
When accessed on the interactive Freemotion cardio equipment – iFIT becomes immersive and responsive to the user. Each Freemotion cardio piece features interactive, auto-adjusting technology which controls the speed, resistance, incline and/or decline in sync with the coach's command.
Make sure to give our iFIT-connected Freemotion equipment a test while staying at The William Vale!
L train Bedford Av Station: N7th and Bedford Ave.
G train Nassau Ave Station: Nassau Ave and Manhattan Ave.
L G Metropolitan-Lorimer St. Station: Metropolitan Ave and Union Ave.
North Williamsburg Ferry Terminal: N6th and Kent Ave
Domino Park 300 Kent Avenue
Marsha P Johnson 90 Kent Avenue
McCarren Park 776 Lorimer Street
Prospect Park Grand Army Plaza
Brooklyn Botanical Garden 990 Washington Avenue
Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway
MOMA 11 W. 53rd Street
The Met 1000 5th Avenue
The Whitney 99 Gansevoort Street
The Guggenheim 1071 5th Avenue
Museum of Natural History 200 Central Park West
Capricorn Car service (212) 399-1936
Lyft (for 20% off rides to and from The William Vale, use promo code: WilliamVale)
Greenpoint Floral (718) 389-1717
Bathhouse (929) 489-2284
103 N 10th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Rob Peetoom Williamsburg Salon Hair Salon (929) 343-5506
101 N 10th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Thee Brooklyn Barber (917) 400-8552
99 Norman Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Paint Bucket Nail Salon (347) 987-4700
204 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Head to North 6th street and the shops on Bedford Avenue for retail shopping:
Urban Outfitters, Madewell, Vans, Le Labo, Marine Layer, Credo Beauty, Everlane, I.D. Menswear, Catbird, Red Pearl, Diptyque, Alo Yoga, Sephora, Apple
In the mood for thrifting? Williamsburg is home of the hipster thrift. Check out some local favorites:
Awoke Vintage, Dusty Rose Vinatge, Crossroads, Beacon's Closet, Amacord Vinatge, The Break, Grand Street Local
Get inspired by the curated vintage homeware stores in the neighborhood:
Dobbin Street, Feng Sway, Mother of Junk, Copper + Plaid, Designer's Collab
Peter Pan Donuts: head to the Greenpoint side of town for donuts you'll dream of long after your stay.
Hot Tip: do the honey glaze, do the sugar, better yet, do a dozen.
Five Leaves: this chill Greenpoint bistro offers New American fare with an Aussie accent & brunch options.
Hot Tip: opens daily at 8am.
Gertie: a modern Jew-ish delicatessen + bakery.
Hot Tip: you could get it delivered but, you're going to want to see the pastel interior for yourself.
Federoff’s: The best darn sandwiches you’ll ever have. Trust us.
Hot tip: bringing Federoff’s to McCarren Park is a great way to attract cute dogs that hang in the park (and hopefully their cute owners)
Amami Sushi: A few blocks away on the Greenpoint side of town, find our favorite Izakaya-style restaurant.
Hot Tip: their lunch menu offers the most bang for your buck and we still can't figure out how even their miso soup is the best we've ever had.
Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop: An iconic pizza staple with plenty of vegan options.
Hot Tip: try Paulie Gee's restaurant for dinner.
Modern Love: A popular vegan option serving "swanky vegan comfort food".
Hot tip: they have pickup, delivery and outdoor dining options.
Oxomoco: Michelin Star tacos? Yes, please.
Hot Tip: they also serve brunch 7 days a week
Barano: take a stroll down by the Williamsburg Bridge to pull up a seat at Barano, an Italian restaurant with ample indoor and outdoor seating.
Hot tip: outdoor seating gives you views of the Williamsburg Bridge and East River.
Sunday in Brooklyn: when in Brooklyn, you'll want to say you went.
Hot tip: they also serve zero-proof beer and mocktails.
Ainslie: all the brunch food you can imagine from omelets to pizzas. The best part: unlimited mimosas. Cheers!
Hot tip: they take large party brunch reservations.
The Bedford: gastropub brunch vibes just a couple of blocks away. This corner scene is legend.
Hot tip: first come, first serve
Dolly’s Bar: located on Kent avenue with outdoor seating featuring views of the East River and skyline.
Hot Tip: The Dolly Parton shrine is in the bathroom.
Teddy’s Bar and Grill: a neighborhood staple for 133 years! So it’s safe to say they have the operation down!
Hot tip: they recently opened a Beer and Provisions shop right next door. Bring home some cool Teddy’s merch or a special edition 4-pack from a local brewery.
The Springs – bar and patio with retro oasis vibes in Greenpoint.
Hot Tip: they only take reservations for parties of 6 or more.
Marcy and Myrtle: 101 N.10th Street
Fresh coffee and baked goods
Butler: 101 N.8th Street
Coffee and pastry to-go window
Upstate Stock: 2 Berry Street
Half café, half retail shop
Need to grab snacks, drinks, and maybe a baconeggandcheese? Head to Parkview Market on the corner of N.12th Street and Bedford Avenue.
Two stores over you can also find our local liquor store, Bedford Wines and Spirits.
Enjoying your stay? Simply call the front desk to extend your stay another night or two.
Dial 0 from the phone in your room.