avid hotel Brooklyn – Dyker Heights

avid hotels Debuts in New York with Brooklyn Property

avid hotels, a renowned brand under IHG Hotels & Resorts, which boasts over 6,000 destinations across 19 brands globally, has unveiled its first-ever property in New York.

Located in Brooklyn and operated by SUNSHINE BROOKLYN LLC, the avid hotel Brooklyn – Dyker Heights is set to be a game-changer in the city’s hospitality scene.

This 76-room establishment promises to uphold the brand’s reputation for delivering basics at their best, all at a reasonable price. Guests can anticipate rooms tailored for a restful sleep, equipped with black-out roller shades and sound-reducing features. The hotel also offers a complimentary ‘Good all round’ breakfast, ensuring guests have access to grab-and-go items and freshly ground coffee around the clock.

Karen Gilbride, VP of avid hotels, remarked on the brand’s journey, “Five years since our inaugural property in Oklahoma City, the Brooklyn – Dyker Heights opening underscores our commitment to expanding in the Americas. Our brand ethos revolves around exceptional basics at fair prices in prime locations, making New York an obvious choice.”

Situated a mere 25 minutes from the heart of New York City, avid hotel Brooklyn – Dyker Heights is an ideal stopover for travelers heading to or from the city. It also serves as a convenient base for those exploring Brooklyn or attractions like the Coney Island Lighthouse.

Mr. Naji Kotob, the General Manager of the property, expressed his excitement, “Introducing avid hotels to New York, especially in a rapidly growing borough like Brooklyn, is exhilarating. We’re geared to cater to both business and leisure travelers.”

With over 60 hotels in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, and another 146 in the works, avid hotels is solidifying its position in the midscale hotel category. Other notable openings include properties in Tuscaloosa, Tulsa Hills, and Fort Worth Downtown.

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