The highly anticipated hotel, The William Vale, opened its doors introducing a resort-inspired boutique hotel to New York City’s Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn.
Guests of The William Vale will be greeted by the unique architecture by Albo Liberis and interior design by Studio Munge, which offer an atmosphere of modern prestige.
Amenities and guest services at The William Vale include New York’s longest swimming pool at 60 feet; Vale Park, an elevated 15,000-square-foot green space atop street level; 24-hour in-room dining; twice-daily housekeeping services; complimentary WiFi; a fitness center; valet parking; business work stations; Frette linens; L'Occitane en Provence products; smart TV systems; and Brooklyn Roasting Company coffee.
All outdoor spaces and greenery are designed by award-winning Gunn Landscape Architecture.
The William Vale’s wide range of spaces sets the stage for its calendar of cultural programs, which are open to both hotel guests and New York neighbors. Each event is meant to connect the property with the surrounding community, whether it’s through book launches for Brooklyn authors, rooftop yoga, opera performances, indie movie screenings, painting classes with local artists, or group meditation.
Award-winning chef Andrew Carmellini of NoHo Hospitality Group, oversees The William Vale’s distinct dining destinations and in-room dining, including Leuca, a Southern Italian restaurant with wood-fired cuisine, and Westlight, a 22nd-floor rooftop bar with panoramic skyline views. Carmellini and the NoHo team have crafted a menu of light snacks and cocktails at Vale Pool, and will oversee all private event menus for The William Vale’s variety of dynamic event spaces, which include a 4,000-square-foot ballroom; two board rooms, and two conference rooms.