It’s startling to find a hotel this contemporary in the heart of Hasidic Williamsburg, Brooklyn (there’s a yeshiva just down the street). The Condor pays homage to its location with mezzusahs on the door frames, but other than that it’s its own, well, bird: a very clean place to stay with generously proportioned rooms, all done up in tans and browns and some including terraces. Nightly rates include continental breakfast; there are fridges and microwaves in the rooms. I just wish it were less of a walk to the nearest subway (it’s about half a mile).