The Wythe Hotel: A Raw And Industrial Hotel In Brooklyn

The Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn is located in a former textile factory from 1901 near the Williamsburg waterfront. The history and character of the building is still very visible in the interior of the Wythe Hotel, through the entire building you will find exposed brick, wooden beams, steel columns and arched windows. The hotel fits perfectly in the surrounding neighbourhood with its laid back attitude and respect for the local history. Not only the bedrooms in The Wythe Hotel are stunning, the Reynards restaurant and the Ides bar are beautifully designed and with the tiled floor, exposed brick and vintage furniture it’s almost as if you step back in time. The bar and restaurant are managed by renowned Brooklyn restaurateur Andrew Tarlow of Marlow & Sons so you’re guaranteed a wonderful food experience. The Wythe hotel is a stunning raw, industrial hotel where you can truly experience the local Brooklyn vibe.

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

 

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

Gravity Home: Wythe Hotel

images via Wythe Hotel

The public spaces in the Wythe Hotel are designed by Workstead, who also designed Rivertown Lodge: A Hudson Valley boutique hotel.

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