New Best Western Arena Hotel opens its doors in Brooklyn

New Best Western Arena Hotel opens its doors in Brooklyn

Best Western International announced the opening of the Best Western Arena Hotel, located at 1324 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, N.Y. Owned by Mukteshwar LLC, this brand-new hotel offers 56 guest rooms.

The Best Western Arena Hotel will provide travelers with complimentary continental breakfast, a 24-hour fitness center and free parking. Each guest room features a 42-inch flat screen television, microwave, refrigerator and iPod docking station.
For the business traveler, the hotel offers a 24-hour business center, daily newspaper, bottled water in each room, meeting space to accommodate up to 25 people and complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access in all public areas and guest rooms.

“The brand-new Best Western Arena Hotel in Brooklyn is in a prime location and further expands Best Western’s footprint in the critical New York metro area, “ said Mark Williams, vice president, North American development for Best Western International. “The new hotel’s proximity to Manhattan and John F. Kennedy International Airport makes it an ideal lodging choice for business and leisure travelers.”

Located within walking distance to the Atlantic Terminal, guests have convenient access to a variety of attractions including the Barclays Center, future home for the Nets NBA team, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Museum and the world-famous, Coney Island. Just minutes from the hotel, guests will also enjoy shopping at Atlantic Terminal Mall and Macy’s.

“Brooklyn is quickly becoming a top destination for tourists, business and leisure travelers, and with the new Barclays Center, a new sports arena for the New Jersey Nets scheduled to open in 2011, our hotel will be a great addition to the city,” said Mukesh Patel, owner of the Best Western Arena Hotel.  “We are only six blocks from the new arena and the only hotel and first stop along the Long Island Rail Road, making it a convenient stay whether they’re in the area for work or play.”