From the very first day of opening their doors in 2012 to design loving tourists in need of a stylish bed to lay their weary head, the Wythe Hotel in the heart of Brooklyn has been the hotel mecca for travellers far and wide across the globe. Originally built in 1901 on the Williamsburg waterfront, the 8-story hotel has since been converted into a 70 room stylish inner city haven for tourists and locals alike.
Retaining the building’s industrial character with original pine beams, arched windows and cast-iron columns, many of the rooms also feature floor to ceiling views of the Manhattan skyline and East River. We love the generous proportions of the 13 foot high original timber ceilings, oversized windows, and concrete floors. And we promise this is one mini bar you won’t feel guilty about hitting when you walk in the room, with seasonally sourced offerings to take the edge off before you head downstairs to hit one of renown restauranteur Andrew Tarlow’s new venues.
Depending on your mood, Reynard is the place to head to the ground floor restaurant and bar with wood-fire oven and grill and a daily menu featuring all American fare and seasonal cocktails. Or if your into wanting to make the most of Manhattan views head up to the 6th floor and kickback at the bar at Ides to look over Borooklyn and beyond to the big island over the river.