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Would you like to visit New York on your next vacation and are you thinking of renting a rental in Brooklyn? Holidu offers you the possibility of choosing between hundreds of tourist rentals in this cosmopolitan district so that you can feel like an authentic New Yorker. Modern cheap rentals with capacity from 2 to 10 people, so that you can find your perfect accommodation whether you come as a couple, as a family or with a group of friends. Concentrated mainly in the neighborhoods of Williamsburgs, Brooklyn Heights and Prospect Heights. Very well communicated with the island of Manhattan. Fully equipped and tastefully decorated. From those with a more traditional or stately style to others more avant-garde. Book your Brooklyn rental today and come enjoy an unforgettable vacation in one of the most famous neighborhoods in the world!Why book a rental in Brooklyn?
As its own inhabitants say, Brooklyn is "home to everyone from everywhere". Cultural diversity is evident in all its neighborhoods. Very well connected with the rest of New York and linked to Manhattan by the Brooklyn Bridge. Being one of the favorite districts, not to say the most, of all New York City. In fact, such is its offer of activities and fun that it casts a shadow over Manhattan itself. An authentic cultural, social, artistic, economic and multiracial hive that will not leave you indifferent. A neighborhood that in the past was the urban Cinderella of the Big Apple and that today shines with its own light. Don't wait any longer to book your rental in Brooklyn and come and discover it!
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The area and how to find your way around
Brooklyn is a district of New York with no less than 2.5 million inhabitants located at the western end of the island of Long Island. Being the most populated district of the city.The best areas to find a rental in Brooklyn
Brooklyn has many distinct neighborhoods that represent the majority ethnic groups in the New York area. According to the opinions of hundreds of travelers, one of the best areas to find a rental in Brooklyn is Dumbo, a very picturesque little neighborhood at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. One of the neighborhoods preferred by lovers of photography and by artists. But Brooklyn Heights is also one of the most popular neighborhoods. A very elegant residential area full of Victorian-style rentals and luxury homes in which the upper class live. With breathtaking views of the Manhattan district. And if you like the hipster world, nothing better than Williamsburg, a neighborhood with a lot of personality full of alternative shops and art galleries. Do you already know where you are going to rent your rental in Brooklyn?
Types of travelers and activities
Although many tourists believe that New York is reduced to the island of Manhattan, the truth is that the city has more districts, including Brooklyn. A multicultural district that, in addition to having much cheaper rentals, offers a multitude of charms that will undoubtedly be appreciated by those who enjoy fully immersing themselves in the essence of the places they visit. In fact, Brooklyn is the place par excellence for those who want to feel like authentic New Yorkers. A district with a personality of its own that needs time to walk along the river, to take pictures, or to attend a play at St. Anne's Warehouse. Full of original cafes and restaurants, incredible shops and a lively atmosphere. Don't wait any longer to book your Brooklyn rental!
Did you know that famous people like Woody Allen, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Jordan or Eddie Murphy are from Brooklyn?
Top 5 Recommendations in Brooklyn
This bridge connecting the Brooklyn and Manhattan districts is probably the most famous in the world, as it comes out in countless films. It is currently the main attraction of the area and crossing it is something you have to do at least once in your life if you pass through New York.2. Walk through Brooklyn Bridge Park
A panoramic park that is among the best in New York. From here you can take wonderful pictures of Manhattan's Downtown, but also walk, picnic or play sports.3. Visit the Brooklyn Garden
One of the district's greatest treasures. An immense botanical garden that houses plants from all corners of the world. Being the most beautiful the Japanese park, but also the most crowded. The best time to visit is in summer.4. Attend a Brooklyn Nets game
One of the most recommendable and different things you can do is attend a game of the Brooklyn Nets, the district's team par excellence. The tickets are very cheap, so if you like basketball, you can't miss it.5. Have a great time on Coney Island
Coney Island is a different way to enjoy New York. It has a huge beach, an amusement park and the New York Aquarium. That's why it's an ideal place to spend a fun family day.
Vacation rentals in Brooklyn
If you are interested in visiting New York City then you should make the right choice regarding which borough to find vacation rentals in. With a population size of over 2.5 million residents, Brooklyn is known to be the city’s largest borough. In fact, if Brooklyn was regarded as its own city, it would have been the third biggest in the United States, just after Los Angeles and Chicago. Brooklyn, which took its name after a Dutch village named Breukelen, shares its borders with Queens and Long Island. As an up and coming borough, Brooklyn has plenty to offer. Whether you want to visit a postmodern art and design studio, sip a nice latte in a cozy café or shop in the local boutiques, Brooklyn will be able to provide you with this and much more.About the vacation rentals
There are a number of options when it comes to the vacation rentals in Brooklyn. From beachside to city center properties, the choices are vast and surely you will be able to find your ideal home. You could choose a property that faces towards the Brooklyn Bridge to enjoy the cities lights at night or maybe you wish to find a comfortable property by Coney Island so you can stroll by the beach and feel the fresh sea breeze. Regardless of what your ideal choice is, you will find that your stay in Brooklyn will be excellent.
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What to do and how to get there
Being located in New York City, Brooklyn is easily reachable in many ways. If you decide to catch a plane to your destination, the closest airports will be New York LaGuardia, New York John F Kennedy International and Newark in New Jersey. However, you will also be able to reach Brooklyn from other main cities such as Boston and Philadelphia with a short drive or bus. When you arrive in Brooklyn, you will be amazed by the number of activities the borough has to offer. You will be able to enjoy a nice day at the beach in Coney Island, cross the Brooklyn Bridge and visit the bustling life of Manhattan, discover the local stores and cafes around the borough, and so much more.Where to eat in Brooklyn
A vacation in Brooklyn would not be complete without having a hot dog in Coney Island. Head on over to Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs for a taste of tradition. This local joint was created in 1916 by a Polish immigrant that started a nickel hot dog stand on the beach using a $300 loan from two friends and his wife’s recipe. Now his Nathan’s has become the most famous hot dog restaurant in the whole world. If you wish to try out some of the local fine dinings, check out Xilonen, created by the same team behind the Michelin-starred Oxomoco restaurant. This restaurant will serve you an alternative style of Mexican cuisine, all vegan and vegetarian.
Travelers and activities
While visiting Brooklyn, you will stumble upon many different historical landmarks. One of the most notable landmarks is the Grand Army Plaza. This plaza was built in 1867 on the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution. You will be able to find statues in honor of Civil War generals and notable figures such as John F Kennedy. Another historical landmark worth visiting is the Old Stone House. This landmark is a restored version of a 1699 Dutch stone farmhouse and it has been listed as a National Register of Historic Places. Also playing a huge part in the 1776 Battle of Long Island where the house was base for the Americans that commanded the fight against the British.Brooklyn for sports lovers
Home to the notorious Barclays Center, any sports fan visiting Brooklyn must check out one of the borough professional sports games. Whether you want to watch an NBA game with the Brooklyn Nets or learn about the history of the MLB team Brooklyn Dodgers before they moved to Los Angeles, the borough will provide you with all this and more. However, if you wish to keep active yourself, you will be able to find parks throughout Brooklyn, such as Prospect Park, Marine Park, and a sports area at Floyd Bennett Field.
Did you know that Brooklyn is larger than Manhattan in land area and population size?
Top 5 travel tips for Brooklyn
One of the most iconic bridges in New York City, if not the world, is the Brooklyn Bridge which opened in 1883. Pick up a bike, go for a run or just take a drive across this landmark that connects Lower Manhattan to Brooklyn.2. Brooklyn Museum
Home to over 1.5 million works, this museum will allow you to mesmerize at masterpieces by Cézanne, Monet, Bierstadt, Rothko, and many more artists. The museum is also located near Prospect Park, perfect for a picnic after the visit.3. Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Rest up in nature after a long day visiting the borough. Here you will find gardens such as the Cherry Esplanade, Magnolia Plaza, Cranford Rose Garden, Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden, Shakespeare Garden, and the new Woodland Garden.4. New York Transit Museum
For something a little different, head over to the New York Transit Museum. As many know, the city of New York is home to one of the oldest transit systems in the nation. In this museum, you will learn all about its history and more.5. Brooklyn Flea
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Visit this enormous flea market for the chance to find your own treasure. Perfect activity if you enjoy antiques, vintage clothing, furniture, or people watching. You will be able to find this flea market in the pearl plaza in DUMBO.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Brooklyn
The COVID-19 pandemic heavily impacted holidays in 2020. Last year, rentals in Brooklyn had an annual average cost of around $272.59 per night.
]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Brooklyn are January ($238.59 the average per night for accommodation), February ($241.32), and March ($249.17).
When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Brooklyn, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of August (with an average of $304.92 per night), followed by September ($294.63), and November ($288.9).
If you decide to put Brooklyn on your bucket list, we suggest organizing your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 62% of rentals booked in the year 2020.
In 2020, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in Brooklyn were January, May and April, with average availabilities of 48%, 47.8%, and 47.5%, respectively.
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 28% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by October (29%), and November (29.5%).
Holidu has around 480 vacation rentals in Brooklyn, provided by 9 different partners.