Horst Design International designs Wyndham Garden Brooklyn

Wyndham Hotel Group expanded its Wyndham Garden brand in New York City to four properties with the opening of the 70-room Wyndham Garden Brooklyn Sunset Park in Brooklyn, the brand’s first location in the borough.

Located in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood, the property is the seventh Wyndham Garden hotel to open globally in 2015. It joins two sister hotels in Manhattan and one in Long Island City, Queens. Another location is scheduled to open in 2016 in the Rego Park area of Queens.

Every floor at Wyndham Garden Brooklyn Sunset Park was designed to reflect one of four seasons – winter, spring, summer and autumn – with complementing color schemes.

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The property has a metal-clad façade, which is lit each night with concealed LED lighting encapsulating each window.

Guestrooms have floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of Brooklyn or the Manhattan skyline, wall murals inspired by the seasonal themes, custom-made furnishings, an ergonomic work area and Internet access. Bathrooms have marble floors and counters, glass-enclosed showers and the Wyndham brand’s Blue Harmony bath amenities.

The hotel is owned by 457 Hotel Group and was designed by Horst Design International.

Additional hotel offerings include the Constantine Restaurant & Bar, business center, airport shuttle services and an on-site car rental desk.

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