How To Enjoy The Perfect Solo Daycation Around Brooklyn
Planning a solo daycation in a city near you, is great way to feel like you’re “getting away” while also social distancing.
As we head into the cold winter months, people are trying to find ways to be safe, but still enjoy the place they call home.
Here’s what our Jade Robinson suggests.
Start off with a Iced Matcha Latte from
Hungry Ghost Coffee
Hungry Ghost is the neighborhood coffee and tea shop, where most people go to enjoy the great music selection.
Treat yourself to a spa day. The day pass includes access to the three thermal pools, two sauna rooms (dry or tropical), a starlight steam room and heated marble slabs.
Grab a day pass at BathHouse
They are only allowing 20% capacity, and masks must remain on in common areas. Book your appointment in advance to secure your spot.
Kokomo is a Black-owned Caribbean restaurant. Enjoy an authentic Caribbean dinner on the heated outdoor patio.
Head to Kokomo
Make a reservation online, and check out the happy hour specials for the day.
You'll get stunning views of the Manhattan skyline. This boutique hotel is centrally located and has modern decor making it a great staycation option.
End the night at The Williamsburg Hotel
Looking for dessert and a night cap? The restaurant on the premises, which is closed for in-person dining, allows orders to still be made and delivered directly to your room.
Doesn’t this sound like the perfect, yet safe, solo daycation?
Ready to take a break in