York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Phone: 1 718-246-7000
Fax: 1 718-246-0563
Toll Free: 1 888-436-3759
*Alternate parking map
From I-95 North: Exit #14C/Holland Tunnel. Exit tunnel onto Canal Street, east. Continue on Canal Street east to the Manhattan Bridge (Canal Street runs directly onto the Manhattan Bridge). Exit bridge onto Flatbush Ave. and turn right onto Tillary Street (first major intersection), go approximately two blocks and turn left onto Jay Street. Continue on Jay Street, approx. two blocks and the building’s parking garage is on the right.
From I-95 South: Exit onto the Bruckner Expressway (I-278) to the Triboro Bridge. Exit bridge onto the Brooklyn/Queens Expressway (BQE) and continue on the BQE to the Tillary Street/Manhattan Bridge exit. Continue on Tillary Street approx. four blocks to Jay Street, turn left, same as above.
From Queens and Long Island: Long Island Expressway (LIE, I-495) West to BQE West to the Tillary Street/Manhattan Bridge exit. Cross Flatbush Avenue Extension. Left turn onto Adams Street. Proceed to 2nd light. Hotel is on the left. Make a left turn at signal to hotel entrance.
From Staten Island: Exit the Verrazano-Narrow Bridge onto BQE East to Atlantic Ave. exit. At light, turn right onto Atlantic Ave. Continue on Atlantic Ave. 4 lights to Boerum Place, turn left. Boerum will turn into Adams Street. Hotel is 5th block on the right. Turn into the parking garage at the Marriott Hotel entrance.
From Manhattan via Brooklyn Bridge: Exit onto Adams Street. Proceed to third light. Hotel is on left. Make left turn at signal to hotel entrance.
From Manhattan via Manhattan Bridge: Exit onto Flatbush Avenue Extension. Right turn at Tillary Street. Left turn at Adams Street. Proceed to second light. Hotel is on the left. Make left turn at signal to hotel entrance.
Trains: A/C/F trains stop at the Jay Street station. Located behind the Marriott.
N/R/M trains stop at the Borough Hall station. Located 1 block from the NYS Supreme Court bldg., which is across the street from the Marriott.