There aren't a lot of options for hotels in Williamsburg, but this seemed like a nice place, and even better if you are there for club or events in the area. It's a short walk to the L train to Manhattan and there are a number of stores and shops in the area, including a new Apple store and Whole foods. We had a little issue with the reservation name and check in but the staff were super helpful on both occasions. There is no room service available but there is the restaurant in the lobby. Also some of the lower floors may not have a view, ours didn't other then looking at a brick wall, so if you want a view, go up to the bar at dusk and get some great pictures of Manhattan while having a drink.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wythe Hotel Brooklyn, New York