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Wythe Hotel is a historically industrial building, from 1901, that has been converted into a 72-room hotel on the Williamsburg, Brooklynwaterfront. All of the inherent character of the building has beenpreserved-its exposed brick, arched windows, cast iron columns, andpine ceilings. The leftover ceiling pine has been re-used whereverpossible: in the beds, desks, minibars and restaurant floor. All foodand beverage, including a restaurant, rooftop bar, and private diningroom, will be operated by Andrew Tarlow, of Diner, Marlow & Sons, andRoman's. We are 5 minutes east of Union Square off the Bedford L stop.
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The hotel is located in an old factory in the middle of the trendy area of Williamsburg, next to some clubs. The place looks amazing, rooms are very well designed and the views on Manhattan are just amazing. Nevertheless, the service was very standard for...More
My cousin got married at the Wythe in June and our stay there was a delight from start to finish! First of all, it would never have occurred to us to stay in Brooklyn rather than in the city, but we fell in love with...More
Visited the rooftop bar with a couple of friends. The view of Manhattan was to die for. We were there during sunset which made it even more amazing. Prices were fair and the service was good! I would definately recommend people visiting this place!
We were greeted at the door by friendly people. The security is wonderful. The desk person was friendly and helpful . The room was industrial ,clean ,comfortable and had a wet bar,large shower,and great view of Brooklyn Bowl.The restaurant is open wiht drinks and food...More
Visited the roof top bar with a friend on a flying visit to NYC. Views are stunning on a clear night over to Manhattan. Good atmosphere with an interesting and varied crowd on the terrace. Expensive drinks but you are paying for the views although...More
Street noise should not be a problem, especially on the Manhattan side. The bar is not actually on the rooftop, it's on a terrace level about half way up the building, so it's probably best to either be on the third/fourth... More
Street noise should not be a problem, especially on the Manhattan side. The bar is not actually on the rooftop, it's on a terrace level about half way up the building, so it's probably best to either be on the third/fourth floor or on a higher floor. I don't remember that anything is included in the price of the room.