Highly acclaimed Hotel BPM Brooklyn launched by BIJAL (popular DJ to the stars) rolled out its new and improved website today, offering an updated design that additionally pays special focus to deals and promotions. Along with the new site, Hotel BPM rolls out 'The Weekender' package, which affords guests with a 15 percent savings on reservations booked for three or more consecutive nights.
Hotel BPM, now one of the top ranked hotels in Brooklyn, continues to impress travelers with its unique vibe and high standard of service, and the new website launch is testament to the musically minded hotel's mission. The website - hotelbpmbrooklyn.com - offers new and improved features including 'The Beat', the official Hotel BPM blog and an 'Attractions' tab where guests can learn about the best activities in and around the area, along with a pop-out player streaming the mixes of some of the hotel's biggest named DJs such as DJs BIJAL, Kalkutta, and David S of NY's 92.3 Now FM. Travelers can still find an array of resources within the reservation section to easily check room availability, pre-book early check-in and late check-outs, as well as request a song to be played during their stay.
"The new website is more than just a re-design, it provides guests with an easier way to navigate all things BPM, including our blog "The Beat" which readers can now subscribe to, room types, our music, travel packages and much more," said BIJAL, founder and visionary of Hotel BPM. "Our mission is to provide guests with a truly unique and remarkable experience, even from the moment they first visit our website."
For a full list of travel packages and special offers, please visit www.hotelbpmbrooklyn.com. All packages are based on availability and restrictions apply. Travelers can learn more about Hotel BPM and make a reservation by visiting www.hotelbpmbrooklyn.com or calling the hotel directly at 718-305-4182. Travelers can also follow Hotel BPM on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and SoundCloud.com/hotelbpm.
Hotel BPM is located in the Sunset Park region of Brooklyn, which neighbors Park Slope and boasts easy access to many local attractions including The Brooklyn Bridge, Coney Island, The Brooklyn Museum and only one subway stop away from Brooklyn's newest attraction and future home of the Brooklyn Nets, the Barclays Center. The D, N and R Subway lines are within walking distance of the property.